75 Ramadan Greetings to Share This Holy Month

Ramadan is here, so it's time to show family and friends just how much you care with thoughtful Ramadan greetings, wishes, and messages.

Ramadan is an important time of year for Muslims. It is the month Muslims believe the Quran was revealed to Prophet Muhammad. Due to this, practicing Muslims observe the month of Ramadan with fasting, which includes abstaining from food and drink from dawn to sunset.

Culturally, Ramadan is a very festive time of year. It’s a time when there is a focus on entertaining and hospitality. Many people break fast together by hosting an iftar party at home. At mosques in America, there is typically a potluck dinner or catered iftar meal with money pooled together by the congregation.

At the same time, it’s a time of year with a strong focus on charity and generosity. The end of Ramadan is celebrated with the holiday called Eid al Fitr. The holiday is celebrated by wearing new clothes — or your best clothes — food, sweets, and gifts.

If you don’t celebrate this holiday, it’s common to get Ramadan and Eid al Fitr confused for the same thing. When wishing someone a good Ramadan, it’s important to remember that Ramadan is an observance and Eid al Fitr is a holiday. You can think of how Advent (an observance) proceeds with Christmas (a holiday). This will help you tailor your greeting accordingly. Use these Ramadan suggestions for texting family and friends, writing cards, or captioning photos and videos for social media.

Best Ramadan Greetings and Wishes

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  1. Have a happy Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr ahead!

  2. Wishing you a merciful Ramadan.

  3. May your sunset party be filled with great food, family, and friends!

  4. I hope the scales of justice weigh in your favor. Happy Ramadan!

  5. Wishing you compassion and devotion by day and nourishment and community by night. Happy Ramadan!

  6. May your good deeds be rewarded this Ramadan.

  7. I hope all your wishes come true this Ramadan on the Night of Power.

  8. May this Ramadan bring you closer to God and to those you love.

  9. Let God stand witness to your sacrifice and devotion this Ramadan.

  10. I hope this Ramadan gives you clarity and provides you with the connection you seek.

  11. May your holy month be full of good deeds, thoughtful duas, and great people.

  12. Wishing you an enlightening Ramadan!

  13. May goodness reflect in everything you do this Ramadan.

  14. Have a restorative Ramadan!

  15. I hope your sunset party provides you with love and nourishment.

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  16. Hope this Eid al-Fitr is as sweet as you!

  17. May all your duas come to fruition!

  18. Lots of duas for you this Ramadan and every day!

  19. Cheers to many more holidays together!

  20. May the light of Ramadan be with you every day.

  21. May the joy we experience as a family on holidays be with us every day.

  22. Ramadan wishes for an amazing coworker!

  23. May the light of Ramadan ease your darkest nights.

  24. Happy Ramadan to my life, the light of my life.

  25. Love and light this Ramadan and every day.

  26. Peace, joy and love. Ramadan Mubarak.

  27. May we remember all that’s important this Ramadan.

  28. I hope this Ramadan leaves us more generous, accepting and kind than we were last year.

  29. May all the worries of the world wipe away this Ramadan.

  30. It’s the most hopeful season of the year. Ramadan Kareem.

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  31. May all your duas come true this Ramadan.

  32. What would a holiday be without hope? Ramadan Mubarak. May all your hopes and wishes come true.

  33. Happy Ramadan. May we live our lives according to the teachings of the Quran and the Prophet Muhammad.

  34. I hope this Ramadan is just what your soul needs.

  35. Though we may live far away, our hearts will always be family. Many joyous wishes this Ramadan.

  36. We hold in our hearts all those suffering in the world and pray for a better tomorrow. Happy Ramadan.

  37. Never too far to deliver you a plate of iftar! Ramadan Mubarak!

  38. May this be our best Ramadan yet. Happy Ramadan.

  39. Ramadan Mubarak!

  40. Happy Ramadan

  41. Ramadan Kareem

  42. Eid Mubarak!

  43. Have a peaceful Ramadan.

  44. Wishing you an easy fast.

  45. May we enter this month of Ramadan in safety, faith, and peace.

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  46. I love you to the Ramadan moon and back!

  47. May your Ramadan be fruitful.

  48. May your striving in Ramadan be accepted, and may you be granted all that you seek.

  49. Have a wonderful Ramadan and a blessed Eid.

  50. Wishing you peace, love, and joy in Ramadan and on Eid.

  51. Hope your holiday is amazing. Eid Mubarak!

  52. Wishing you the best of what the month of Ramadan has to offer.

  53. May you enjoy the melodious recitation of the Quran this month.

  54. May the month of the Quran bring contentment to your heart.

  55. Wishing you a sweet Eid al-Fitr!

  56. May this Ramadan heal our broken hearts and help us love better.

  57. May God help bring us together and unite us under our faith this Ramadan.

  58. May your fasting be accepted.

  59. Have a blessed Ramadan and Eid al-Fitr.

  60. Never stop believing. Ramadan Mubarak!

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  61. Family, faith, fasting. Wishing you a happy Ramadan!

  62. May the light of Ramadan continue to shine in our homes all year long.

  63. Wishing you health, wealth, and happiness this Ramadan.

  64. May this Ramadan be your best yet.

  65. Hard work pays off. Eid Mubarak!

  66. May the Ramadan nights inspire you to shine your light bright!

  67. May you have a productive Ramadan. Have a blessed holy month.

  68. Welcome, Ramadan, our noble guest!

  69. From year to year, wishing you Eid cheer!

  70. You light up my life like a Ramadan lantern!

  71. My favorite person to break fast with is you.

  72. No place I’d rather be than under the Ramadan stars with you.

  73. We go together like dates and water.

  74. You make everyday feel like Eid day.

  75. Here’s my Ramadan wish for one cool kid, may you always love the masjid!

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