Ramadan 2021 quotes, greetings and how to wish someone a happy Ramadan

Ramadan, one of the greatest events on the Islamic calendar, is here.

Like every year, millions of Muslims around the world will watch the fast and pray – but like 2020, this will be a very different year due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Staying inside and keeping social distance has become the norm, but that doesn’t mean people won’t keep the holy month.

Keeping in touch with friends and loved ones will become even more important for Ramadan 2021.

So if you want to wish someone a Happy Ramadan and send heartwarming wishes and quotes, you’ve come to the right place.

How to wish someone a happy Ramadan

If you want to wish someone a happy Ramadan, you can say “Ramadan Kareem”, which means “have a generous Ramadan”.

An appropriate answer to this is “Allahu Akram”, which translated means “God is much more generous”.

Alternatively, one could say “Ramadan Mubarak”, which is translated from the Arabic word “blessed”.

The phrase “blessed Ramadan” is often used and is the same as wishing someone a happy Ramadan.

Other greetings, wishes and quotes for Ramadan 2021

Iftar
  • Ramadan Kareem! May Allah give you all prosperity and success.
  • May Allah bless you with wealth and happiness and give you a healthy life.
  • Ramadan Mubarak. May this Ramadan clear your understanding and judgment between right and wrong.
  • That time of year has come. One month to repent of our iniquities and our sin. May we all find peace this Ramadan. Happy Ramzan Kareem!

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  • I wish you a happy Ramadan 2021. May the Rahmat of Almighty Allah always shine on you and your family!
  • I pray for your continued abundance of life, satisfaction and joy. May all of this be a grant to you for you are a big brother that I appreciate. Happy Ramadan to you!
  • All the blessings for this holy month.
  • May Allah bring you peace and happiness this Ramadan.
  • May the divine blessings of Allah protect you.

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