Ramadan refers to the Islamic calendar in September and Arabic is called Ramadan. According to Islamic teachings, Ramadan is a great, happy, auspicious and honorable month. Because Allah dropped the Koran to Muslims this month
"Islam’s official rules for the earliest Ramadan began in 623 AD. Chapters 183, 184, 185, and 187 of the Koran are described in this regard. Muhammad, Allah’s messenger, also said: “The Ramadan is the month of Allah, and it will cost you any month of the year.”
The beginning and end of the month of Ramadan are based on the appearance of the crescent moon. The head of Islam looks out at the sky above the mosque in the mosque. If you see the slender moon, Ramadan begins.
Since the time of the crescent moon is not the same, the time when different Islamic countries entered the month of Ramadan is not exactly the same. At the same time, because the Islamic calendar is about 355 days a year, which is about 10 days away from the Gregorian calendar, Ramadan has no fixed time in the Gregorian calendar.
In the month of Ramadan, every day when the East has just begun to shine during the sunset, apart from the sick, travelers, infants, pregnant women, breastfeeding mothers, mothers, women who are passing through, and combat soldiers, adult Muslims must strictly observe the fast. Do not eat or drink, no smoking, no room and so on. It was not until the sun was sunk that people took a meal, followed by entertainment, or visiting friends and relatives.
For the more than one billion Muslims in the world, Ramadan is the holiest month of the year. During the month of Ramadan, Muslims do not eat or drink from sunrise to sunset and express their self-sacrifice in this way. During this period, Muslims quit fasting, praying, and reading the Qur'an.