The fasting month of Ramadan is a particularly important time in the Muslim world, when people do without many things in order to focus more on the really essential things in life. In the time between sunrise and sunset, people fast during Ramadan. After sunset, many families celebrate the breaking of the fast together with friends and delicious meals.
So Ramadan is a very special month for children too, with many hardships but also a very special sense of connection. Since the days always get a little longer in spring, meal times in the Ramadan calendar are a few minutes later from day to day.
Today, fortunately, it is much easier to find out the correct times for breaking the fast. There are smartphones and the internet, Ramadan calendars that list the start of fasting and meal times in great detail.
Another very convenient way to keep track is to listen to special Ramadan radio stations that announce the correct times for each region. Believers are guided by the respective local times for sunrise and sunset. And the radio stations design their programmes to match Ramadan.
Some Ramadan radios broadcast popular nasheeds that are particularly appropriate for the month of fasting. Others broadcast more content on religious topics.
For many Muslims, the month of fasting is a particularly beautiful time of the year. First, the family cooks together and then eats the prepared delicacies together after sunset. The Eid at the end of the fasting month is of course a highlight for many.
But it also awakens memories of the ancestors and the old homeland, and children love to stay awake longer. In this special atmosphere, children also learn about the meaning and background of Ramadan. The time of renunciation and reflection brings the messages of the Koran closer to many people.
With Ramadan Radio, never miss the start of Ramadan and keep all Ramadan meal times. Choose the right radio with just one click!