Beautiful Ramadan Wallpapers For Your Desktop
Ramadan is a month of blessings and prayers. In this month, Muslims from all around the world fast in the daytime. All kinds of food and drinks are forbidden from dawn to dusk, or daytime. It is a month of kindness which ends with one of the biggest festivals in Muslim calendar, the Eid-Ul-Fitr. The day starts with a meal which has to be eaten before dawn. After that, one cannot eat until late dusk after the sun has set. This time is called Iftaar and people usually eat date palms and Kheer at this time. Kheer is a kind of sweet dish with main ingredients of rice, sugar, milk and dry-fruits.
Ramadan is actually the name of ninth month of Islamic calender. This month last 29 or 30 days depending on the appearance of moon at the end of the month. In this month, Muslims pray more than usual and refrain from all kinds of sins. People go out of their way to be kind to poor and helpless ones. Most of the financially well-off people love to spend the month in Mecca, the holy city of Muslims in Arab. The scene around and in the mosques is really fascinating in this month. As the celebration of Eid-Ul-Fitr are near, we thought of collecting some great Ramadan Wallpapers as a token of appreciation for our Muslim readers. At Hongkiat.com, we would like to wish our readers an early Eid-Mubarak.
For those of you who are celebrating this festive season, we’ve compiled and showcase you some beautiful Ramadan wallpapers that will compliment your desktop and workstation. Some of these wallpapers contain words from the Holy Qu’ran and others show mosques that are popular among Muslim community and others alike.
We hope you like them and some of them go along with your taste and end up as your wallpaper for this holy month of Ramadan.
Updates: Wallpapers with error links has been removed. (30-07-2012)
Ramadan Wallpaper Pack. Available in 1024×768, 1280×1024, 1440×900, 1600×1200, 1680×1050, 1920×1200.
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