What is Ramadan in Turkey? What to do in Ramadan?

What is Ramadan in Turkey? What to do in Ramadan?

What is Ramadan in Turkey? What to do in Ramadan?

More than a billion Muslims celebrate the holy month of Ramadan. Ramadan, the month when the Quran was announced, guides people through its teachings throughout this month. Due to the lunar calendar, Ramadan starts every year 11 days earlier than the previous year. The month of Ramadan requires fasting and praying from sunrise to sunset. Complying with the month of Ramadan is one of the five imperatives in Islam. It aims to teach someone to self-control, and also provides insight into the situation of those with insufficient financial means. As one of the “Five Conditions” of Islam, God and God and Hz. It is a way of bringing together unity and belief with the teachings and principles of Muhammad.

Iftar meal, Hz. It is the result of a fasting day as a tradition that started when Mohammed went from Mecca to Madinah. After sunset, food is eaten and soft drinks are drunk next to it. Special meals are prepared for “Iftar meal”. In 2020 Ramadan evening of April 24 in Turkey will be dealt with first start feasting.

According to Islam, patients and passengers are exempt from fasting. If these situations persist during Ramadan, the Muslim can compensate for this by giving food to a poor person between sunset and sunrise during the month. If the person heals or his journey ends before the end of Ramadan, days that may fasting can be added after the end of Ramadan.

Muslims also have to give zakat. The wealthy are expected to donate a certain amount of money according to their wealth after their basic needs are met, that is, they give "zakat". This money is given before the first prayer time (Eid Prayer) on the first day of the three-day Eid al-Fitr, which determines the peak of the fasting month.

The three-day Ramadan Feast is a special time for all Muslims. Everyone wears the best and newest clothes he bought, especially for the feast. He goes to the mosque, visits relatives and friends, and has a good time with guests. These visits give people who have not been able to meet with each other for a long time and whose hearts have become cold, to correct this. Eid al-Fitr is the time to enjoy each other's friendship and this good luck that God has given us. like all Muslim countries in the world are performed in Ramadan in Turkey with a large communal participation.