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Happy Ramadan - Wishes and Greetings to Write in a Card

by Note with Love Team - Mar 14, 2024
Ramadan Mubarak written on a white paper which is presented with pink tulips.

Ramadan is the most significant month in the Islamic calendar. Every year about 2 billion Muslims worldwide fast and pray throughout this blessed month. It is a time of giving and spreading love and kindness to others. As Ramadan approaches, many people look for ways to express their warmest wishes and greetings to their friends and loved ones. But with so many options available, it can be difficult to know what to say.

Whether you're sending a card to a Muslim friend or family member, or simply looking for inspiration on how to offer your best wishes during Ramadan, we've got you covered. To help you express your thoughts and feelings during this special time, I’ve included some heartfelt greetings and messages that you can put on your card in this article. 

What to Write on a Ramadan Card?

When writing a Ramadan card or message, it's important to keep in mind the significance and meaning of the holy month of Ramadan. There are a few things that you can include to make your message more unique and meaningful, such as:

  • Beginning with an appropriate greeting – Start your message with a traditional greeting such as "Ramadan Mubarak" or "Happy Ramadan Kareem" to show respect for the holy month.
  • Expressing your good wishes – Wish the receiver a blessed and peaceful Ramadan. Express your hope that they have a fulfilling and meaningful experience during this holy month. 
  • Sharing your thoughts on the significance of Ramadan: Share your thoughts on the importance of Ramadan and how it is a time for reflection, self-improvement, spiritual growth, and doing good deeds.
  • Sharing a quote or Quranic verse – Include a quote or verse from the Quran that relates to Ramadan.
  • By personalizing the message – If you have a close relationship with the recipient, include a personal anecdote or memory that relates to Ramadan.
  • Ending with a heartfelt closing –  End your card with a warm closing.

Short Ramadan Greetings

You don't always need to write lengthy messages to express your sincere feelings. Here are a few short Ramadan wishes that you can use on your cards:

  • Happy Ramadan Kareem!
  • Ramadan Mubarak!
  • Happy fasting!
  • Wishing you a blessed Ramadan.
  • I hope your Ramadan and Eid are full of affection, peace, and joy.
  • Enjoy a happy and holy Ramadan.
  • Best Ramadan wishes to you and your family.
  • May the month of Ramadan bring you and your family closer. 
  • May you have the most wonderful Ramadan ever.
  • Happy Ramadan! May Ramadan be a happy month for you.

Spiritual Ramadan Greetings

Below are a few spiritual wishes to honor the holiness of the month. 

  • Happy fasting! May all your prayers are answered during this Ramadan.
  • Ramadan Mubarak! May the spirit of Ramadan stay with you throughout the year.
  • May Allah accept your fasting, prayers, and good deeds throughout Ramadan and draw you nearer to Him.
  • Ramadan Kareem! As you observe this holy month, may Allah's light shine upon you and guide you on the path of righteousness.
  • Ramadan Kareem! May Allah shower you and your family with His blessings and guidance.
  • Let us use this holy month of Ramadan to purify our hearts and souls, and to seek Allah's mercy and forgiveness. Ramadan Mubarak!
  • May we all observe Ramadan by adhering to the Prophet (PBUH)'s teachings, avoiding conflict, acting righteously, abstaining from sin, and maintaining the purity of our hearts and souls.

Humorous Ramadan Greetings

Ramadan wishes can be funny too. Here are a few examples:

  • Ramadan Mubarak! May your heart be filled with love, your soul with peace, and your stomach with all the tasty food you've been dreaming about all day.
  • Happy Ramadan! May your fasts be easy, your iftars be delicious, and your waistline stays the same size!
  • Wishing you a blessed Ramadan filled with lots of dates... the fruit, not the activity!
  • Happy Ramadan! Remember, the only thing that should be fried this month is the food, not your patience.
  • Ramadan Kareem! May your fasting be as easy as scrolling through your social media feeds, and your iftars as satisfying as hitting the 'like' button on your favorite posts.

Ramadan Quotes

Below are a few Ramadan quotes from known personalities that you can include in your message.

Ramadan is the month whose beginning is mercy, whose middle is forgiveness, and whose end is freedom from fire.

Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)

The philosophy of fasting calls upon us to know ourselves, to master ourselves, and to discipline ourselves the better to free ourselves. To fast is to identify our dependencies, and free ourselves from them.

Tariq Ramadan

Have you ever wondered why we’re happy in Ramadan? Because we do what we were created to do.

Sheikh Alaa Elsayed

Ramadan is not only to stay thirsty and hungry; it is also to realize the real thirsty and hungry ones to help; it is true worship.

Ehsan Sehgal

Ramadan is the best time to sympathize and give what we can.

Yusuf Islam

In His infinite mercy, Allah has sent the light of Ramadan to erase the night

Yasmine Mogahed

Ramadan is a celebration of a faith known for great diversity and racial equality.

Barack Obama

Holy Verses on Ramadan

To make your Ramadan greetings more profound, you can add some of the Quranic verses mentioned below.

O you who have believed, decreed upon you is fasting as it was decreed upon those before you that you may become righteous

Quran, 2:183

.........But to fast is best for you, if you only knew.

Quran, 2:184

The month of Ramadhan [is that] in which was revealed the Qur’an, a guidance for the people and clear proofs of guidance and criterion. So whoever sights [the new moon of] the month, let him fast it; and whoever is ill or on a journey – then an equal number of other days…..

Quran, 2:185

Ramadan is a special time of year for Muslims around the world. Whether you choose to write a heartfelt message or a simple greeting, your words can make a meaningful impact on those celebrating Ramadan.

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