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Facebook wishes 'Ramzan Kareem' to its users and celebrates the festival with graphic greeting card
The most used social networking site Facebook wished its users "Ramzan Kareem" with a graphic greeting card inscribed with the message, "All of us at Facebook honor the power of Ramzan to inspire generosity in your community and across the world."

The most used social networking site Facebook wished its users "Ramzan Kareem"  with graphic geeting card with the message, "All of us at Facebook honor the power of Ramzan to inspire generosity in your community and across the world."

Ramzan festival that began on 16th May will  end on the evening of 14th June this year. The ninth month in the Islamic calendar, Ramzan, is considered the most holy during which Muslims across the globe observe fast called Sawm to commemorate the first revelation of the Holy Quran to Prophet Muhammad.

The observance of Ramzan is also regarded as one of the 'Five Pillars of Islam' and is marked by fasting and self-purification called Roza. The devout consume Suhoor or meal before dawn and break their fast by having Iftaar after the sunset.

The Holy Month of Ramzan is, thus, meant to acquire humility and humaneness through fasting, self-reflection and exalting the Almighty. The month of Ramadan needs to be lived as a holy month to realise the purity within as the one of five pillars of Islam.

The Ramzan greetings are often exchanged by saying "Ramzan Kareem," which means "Have a generous Ramzan," or "Ramadan Mubarak," which stands for "Happy Ramadan."

Ramzan Kareem!!!

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