The Tarbiyat team is collecting materials on this page to supplement your Ramadan experience. Below, find books, commentary, presentations, sermons, references and more resources for a spiritually fit Ramadan. 2017 Ramadan begins Saturday, May 27, in the U.S.
The Basics of Ramadan
On Laylatul Qadr and the last 10 days:
On sighting the moon:
Goals for Ramadan
In 1937, the Ahmadi magazine Al Fazl published a list of 61 weaknesses to work on during Ramadan, written by Hadhrat Mirza Bashir Ahmad (ra).
In his explanatory note, he wrote:
“This year, I again wish to exhort others to adopt that which I have been practicing myself during these past years, namely that during the holy month of Ramadhan members of the community should select one of their own personal weaknesses and make a firm resolution to God Almighty to get rid of it, so that when Ramadan ends, at least one personal weakness has been eliminated.”
Download: A List of Ramadan Resolutions (PDF)
For more Ramadan goal-setting resources, see our 30-Day Ramadan Workout from 2013.