Ramzan or Ramadan 2019 began in India from May 7. Ramzan, the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar, is divided into three parts, also known as ashra, - Rehmat (for seeking the mercy of God), Magfirat (for seeking forgiveness) and Nijat (emancipation from the hellfire). The first 10 days (pehla ashra) are for Rehmat, next 10 days (dusra ashra) for Magfirat and the remaining days (teesra ashra) for Nijat. Ramzan's dusra ashra will begin from May 17. Scroll down to get 'Dusra Ashra Mubarak' wishes, greetings, WhatsApp messages, stickers and SMSs to greet your loved ones during Ramzan.
Ramzan's dusra ashra will begin on May 17 and continue till May 26. A section of Muslims greets their loved ones at the beginning of dusra ashra. 'Dusra Ashra Mubarak' wishes, greetings, WhatsApp messages, stickers and SMSs are for them. Similarly, they wish each other at the beginning of the teesra ashra. Ramadan Mubarak 2019 Wishes Images: Ramadan Kareem Quotes, Ramzan Shayari in Urdu, Facebook Messages, GIFs to Send Chand Mubarak Greetings.
Check out greetings, WhatsApp messages, stickers and SMSs to send 'Dusra Ashra Mubarak' wishes
Message Reads: Na rahega sada kuch hi din ka mehman hai, Rehmat se bhar lo jholiyan guzar raha mah-e-Ramzan hai. Ramzan Dusra Ashra Mubarak.
Message Reads: Bezuban ko jab wo zuban deta hai, Padhne ko phir wo Quran deta hai, Bakhshne par jab aaye ummat ke gunaho ko, Tohfe me gunhagaro ko Ramzan deta hai. Ramzan Dusra Ashra Mubarak.
Message Reads: Khushi naseeb ho jannat qareeb ho, Tu chahe jise wo tere qareeb ho, Is tarah ho karam Allah ka, Makka aur Madina ki tujhe ziyarat naseeb ho. Ramzan Dusra Ashra Mubarak.
Message Reads: Kisi ka imaan kabhi roshan na hota, Aagosh me musalman ke agar Quran na hota, Dunya na samjh pati bhook aur pyas ki qeemat, Agar 12 mahine me 1 Ramzan na hota. Ramzan Dusra Ashra Mubarak.
Message Reads: Ae mah-e-Ramzan aahista chal, Abhi kafi qarz chukana hai, Allah ko krna hai raazi aur gunaho ko mitana hai, Khwabon ko likhna hai aur rab ko manana hai. Ramzan Dusra Ashra Mubarak.
Ramzan is also known as fasting month. Fasting in Ramadan is intended to help teach Muslims self-discipline, self-restraint and generosity. During Ramadan, Muslims wake up early morning for the pre-dawn Sehri meal and skip food and water during the day before breaking fast in the evening after sunset. The evening meals are known as Iftar.