Share the Joy & Blessing by Giving Ramadan Gift Items This Ramadan

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Want to know why giving Ramadan Gift Items (Click Here for Gifts Presentation) is necessary during the sacred month of Ramadan? OR perhaps you are just looking for Customize Corporate Gift Items for Ramadan? You are on the right page, but first, let us know more about Ramadan. 

When is Ramadan?

Ramadan is the ninth month of Islamic calendar – a sacred month for Muslim to commemorate the first revelation of Quran to Muhammad according to Islamic belief.

Islamic Calendar Reference:

  1. Muḥarram – it means “forbidden”. A sacred month, so called because battle and all kinds of fighting are forbidden (ḥarām) during this month. Muḥarram includes ‘Āshūrā’, the tenth day.
  2. Ṣafar – it means “void”. Supposedly named thus because pre-Islamic Arab houses were empty this time of year while their occupants gathered food. Another account relates that they used to loot the houses of their enemies after defeating them in battle, leaving nothing behind.
  3. Rabī‘ al-awwal – it means “the first spring”. Also means to graze, because cattle were grazed during this month. Also a very holy month of celebration for many Muslims, as it was the month the Prophet Muhammad was born.
  4. Rabī‘ ath-thānī – it means “the second spring”.
  5. Jumādá al-ūlá – it means “the first of parched land”. Often considered the pre-Islamic summer. Jumādá may also be related to a verb meaning “to freeze” and another account relates that water would freeze during this time of year.
  6. Jumādá al-ākhirah – it means “the last of parched land”.
  7. Rajab – it means “respect, honour”. This is the second sacred month in which fighting is forbidden. Rajab may also be related to a verb meaning “to remove”, so called because pre-Islamic Arabs would remove the heads of their spears and refrain from fighting.
  8. Sha‘bān – it means, “scattered”. Marked the time of year when Arab tribes dispersed to find water. Sha‘bān may also be related to a verb meaning “to be in between two things”. Another account relates that it was called thus because the month lies between Rajab and Ramaḍān.
  9. Ramaḍān – it means, “burning heat”. Burning is related to fasting as in empty stomach one’s worldly desire will burn. Supposedly so called because of high temperatures caused by the excessive heat of the sun. Ramaḍān is the most venerated month of the Hijri calendar. During this time, Muslims must fast from pre-dawn till sunset and should give charity to the poor and needy.
  10. Shawwāl – it means, “raised”. She-camels would normally be in calf at this time of year and raise their tails.
  11. Dhū al-Qa‘dah – it means, “the one of truce/sitting”. This is a holy month during which war is banned. People are allowed to defend themselves if attacked.
  12. Dhū al-Ḥijjah – it means, “the one of pilgrimage”.During this month Muslim pilgrims from all around the world congregate at Mecca to visit the Kaaba. The Hajj is performed on the eighth, ninth and the tenth of this month. Day of Arafah takes place on the ninth of the month. Eid al-Adha, the “Festival of the Sacrifice”, begins on the tenth day and ends on sunset of the twelfth, and during which war is banned.

What exactly is Ramadan for Muslim?

The month of Ramadan is the time for all Muslims to atone and seek nearness to Allah by fasting and abstaining from body pleasures and vices. In this time, Muslim gets double reward from every good deed.

According to the shared experience by many many Muslims, Ramadan experience is very distinctive. One can easily deepen their bond to their peers, irrespective of their status, color or anything else, shoulder to shoulder for namaz (prayer). For them, Ramadan is a month where peace and happiness can be easily achieved.

Why companies or organizations should give gifts to their employees or partners on Ramadan time?

IAM – Innovate Advertising & Marketing believes that Ramadan is a special month for everyone in the Muslim country – be it for non-muslims or muslim residents. Companies, organizations or even individuals should take advantage of this special month to improve their relationship to their partners, or employees, or friends and families by sharing the joy and blessing through IAM Ramadan Customize gift Items.

Where Can You Get Ramadan Gift Items?

IAM has a wide array of gift items from traditional Ramadan Gift Items which includes includes authentice and delicious delicacies and items that could be of use for religious purposes. IAM can deliver your required Ramadan Gift Items to the following Emirates:

  1. Abu Dhabi
  2. Dubai
  3. Sharjah
  4. Ajman
  5. Fujairah
  6. Ras Al Khaima
  7. Umm Al Quwain

Contact Ramadan Gift Items Company

You can easily contact IAM for Corporate Ramadan Gifts or Ramadan Gift Items bulk orders on the following information:

Mobile: +971 56 127 5057
Landline: +971 2 443 8949


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