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Differences in the Meaning of Ramadhan Kareem and Ramadhan Mubarak

Differences in the Meaning of Ramadhan Kareem and Ramadhan Mubarak

Differences in the Meaning of Ramadhan 

Entering the holy month of Ramadhan, there may be many blessings, such as suddenly many orders come in, or bonuses that quickly disburse. Well, along with that, out there a lot of people say "Ramadhan Kareem" or "Ramadhan Mubarok". But do you know what the difference between the two words is?

These words usually appear before the month of Ramadhan arrives. Words like Ramadhan Kareem or Ramadhan Mubarok followed by an apology via messages on social media are not uncommon.

But of course, in order to deepen the pronunciation and meaning of Ramadhan Karim and Ramadhan Mubarok, you need to know the meaning of these two words first.


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Meaning and Meaning of Ramadhan Kareem


When observed carefully. In Arabic Kareem means generous. Al Karim is also one of the 99 Asmaul Husna which reflects the greatness of Allah SWT.

In this case, Al-Karim can be meaningful as a substance that has a lot of goodness, the Most Generous, the Giver of Favors and virtues, whether when asked or not.

So when someone says the word, the meaning is like this: “Ramadhan is generous.

When digested roughly, it is interpreted as follows: "May Ramadhan be generous to you.

Of course, there are some people who think this statement is inaccurate. Because it is not Ramadhan who is actually generous, but Allah is generous during Ramadhan. All kinds of goodness, rewards, and generosity, are given many times by Allah in the month of Ramadhan. So what deserves to be called generous is Allah.

What do you think? Therefore, it is not strange that during Ramadhan, bonuses and sales usually disburse quickly and rise.


The Meaning of Ramadhan Mubarak


Next is the meaning and significance of Ramadhan Mubarak. Ramadhan Mubarok literally means "blessed Ramadhan" or "happy Ramadhan".

Unlike the previous Ramadhan Karim, this saying is much more common and does not get debated.

Ramadhan Mubarok can be used to greet politely during the holy month of Ramadhan. This speech can also be used to pray for others well during fasting and prayer and to ask for blessings for his efforts.


In addition, Ramadhan Mubarok is also mentioned in one of the hadiths of the Prophet which reads


“Ramadhan, the month of Mubarak, has come to you. God obligates you to fast on it. The gates of heaven were opened to him. The gates of hell are closed. The demons are bound. In it there is a better night than 1000 months. Whoever is hindered from his goodness, then he is indeed hindered. "


So, Which Should Be Said?

When viewed from the naked eye and logically, Ramadhan Mubarok is the use of the right words to wish you a happy Ramadhan and ask for forgiveness.

Not only that, according to various sources, the use of Ramadhan Mubarok is more appropriate than Ramadhan Karim.

This was also expressed by Shaykh Muhammad bin Salih Al-'Utsaimin, he said that: "The law is that under this sentence "Ramadhan Karim" is not true. The truth is "Ramadhan Mubarak" or something like that, because it was not Ramadhan that gave so called generous, but Allah the Exalted who gave this virtue."

Hopefully this reading can make Smart Friends better understand the meaning of the two words Ramadhan Kareem and Ramadhan Mubarok.



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