Ramadan comes around every year, yet as the date nears, we find ourselves in the same scramble: what can I eat for Iftar? Can I exercise? What’s the dua for fasting? How do I pray Taraweeh? What do I do on my period? and much more.
This year, at Amaliah, we decided to pull together the wealth of resources we’ve published to help you prepare for the blessed month adequately, covering topics ranging from the practical, reflective to the spiritual!
The Spiritual Checklist: Preparing the Heart for the Month of Ramadan
Ramadan as an Avenue of Healing for My Eating Disorder
How Did the Sahabas Spend Their Ramadan?
Four Ways Neuroplasticity Can Optimise Your Ramadan and Daily Living
6 Islamic Apps to Help You Prepare for Ramadan
A Reminder on the Benefits of Communal Worship
7 Ways to Engage With the Quran if You Can’t Read or Understand Arabic
How to Pray Tarawih at Home – Do I Pray 8 or 20 Rakat? Can I Read From a Quran? All Answered
A 10-Point Guide to Paying Your Zakat This Ramadan
How to Pray Tahajjud and the Benefits of This Beautiful Prayer
Back to Basics: A Step-by-Step Guide on How to Perform Ghusl
The Etiquettes of Making Dua: How to Get Your Prayers Answered
Here Are 10 Things You Can Do While on Your Period This Ramadan
What Good Deeds Do the Quran and Hadith Command Us to Engage In?
30 Deeds for 30 Days of Ramadan and Beyond
7 Tips From Hafizas That Will Help You Memorise the Qur’an
How Journalling Can Help You to Connect With the Qur’an
25 Muslim Women Reciters of the Qur’an You’ve Probably Never Heard Of
Diversify your dua list:
10 Duas to Know for Ramadan and Laylat Al-Qadr
Allah’s Names and How to Use Them in Duas
13 Duas for Anxiety, Worry and Stress From the Quran and Sunnah
11 Verses & Duas for Shifaa (Healing)
15 Duas for Protection From the Qur’an and Sunnah
8 Duas for Wealth, Provision, Debt Relief & Other Money Problems
Beautiful Duas From the Qur’an and Sunnah
Duas for Your Parents From the Qur’an and Sunnah
8 Duas to Make for Your Children
11 Duas and Supplications for Exams and Deadlines
12 Duas for Pregnancy and Childbirth
Remembering Our Loved Ones: Duas You Can Make for the Deceased
When the going gets tough:
A Letter to a Weary Ramadan Heart
The Loneliest Ramadan: You May Feel Like It’s Not Really Ramadan
The Last Mile, Lift Your Ramadan Slump
Healing and Experiencing Grief During Ramadan
We hope you find this beneficial. May Allah allow us to reach the blessed month and make it our best Ramadan yet, Ameen.