Specifically designed 30 day calendars to count down and celebrate the holy month of Ramadan.


Ramadan, the 9th month in the Islamic Calendar, is the month of Fasting. Participating Muslims attempt to fast for all 30 days from dawn until sunset. This is not always an easy task. Traditionally they will break this fast with a date and some juice.  

Inspirational Islamic Countdown Calendars are given as gifts to fasting Muslims to motivate and help the fasting person to maintain his fast, in order to enjoy the delicious treat in each window or drawer of the calendar. It also helps him to count all the days he has fasted successfully. 

kids1Muslim children usually start observing the fasting ritual upon reaching the age of puberty. Fasting is not considered compulsory in childhood, but many younger children enjoy participating and are encouraged to practise. It is common for a younger child to fast for part of a day, or for one day on the weekend, especially in the shorter winter months. This way they enjoy the "grown up" feeling that they are participating in the special events of the family and community. It is also common for children to participate in Ramadan in other ways, aside from the daily fast.

They may collect clothes or money to donate to the needy, help cook meals for breaking the day's fast, be kind to others, or read Qur'an with the family in the evening.

tower1When children learn God's truths early, they can grow spiritually and have the wonderful life that God has planned for them.

This will bring honour and glory to Allaah and an opportunity for the children to have inner happiness and contentment in life.

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