Charity Culture In Ramadan
Charity Culture In Ramadan: The culture of charity gets blast in sacred month of Ramadan, the same number of the well-off individuals more often than not offer contributions to the destitute fit as a fiddle of cash, sustenance, or dresses.
In the holy month of Ramadan, majority of philanthropists and welfare organizations come forward to help the needy by giving alms and charity.
Meanwhile, some groups are also seen busy in arranging Iftars along the roads and other different places including parks, and markets.
“Charity is the third pillar of islam which purifies our wealth by sharing it to deserving people”, a philanthropist Muhammad Amir Said.
“It is the month of Ramadan when we can earn a lot of blessings through giving charity to the less fortunate people and doing charitable deeds”, Zahid Ahmad, a lecturer said.
Giving charity and alms to the poor, orphans and needy, widows have become part of traditions for the Muslims as they keep on rendering such deeds on the events of happiness, sadness as well as on normal occasions.
“The good deeds like feeding hungry, financing education of under-privileged people and helping the orphan children pay great reward especially during this month so we must inculcate such values of sacrifice and charity among children from the very beginning”, Abdul Basit, a philanthropist said.
Amina Farrukh, a house wife said “Ramadan is the time for us to seek forgiveness of our wrong deeds from Allah Almighty. We must take care of poor and needy people in our families and neighbors by sharing eatables during Iftars and giving them alms”.
During Ramadan, both fasting and acts of charity are obligatory upon Muslims who are able to do so. Fasting from sunrise to sunset is representative of a spiritual cleansing, an effort to become closer to God, and an attempt to gain a better understanding of human suffering.
The act of fasting calls for Muslims to practice self-discipline and sacrifice, as well as reflect upon and show compassion for the poor and less fortunate.
Muslims are reminded to be generous and increase their charitable activities. As a result, during Ramadan, much charitable giving is done by the community. Donations are usually focused on giving to those stricken by poverty and hunger.
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