Ramadan 2023: Ramadan, the holy and holy month of the Islamic calendar, is going on. It is compulsory for every man and woman to fast in the month of Ramadan. Fasting is one of the five pillars of Islam. Fasting is considered necessary in Islam for an adult Muslim above 12 years of age.
This year, the month of Ramadan has started from 24 March 2023 and since then the fasting people are keeping fast. In Ramzan, fasting is kept for the whole 29 to 30 days. It is believed that keeping fast in Ramadan, worshiping Allah, reciting religious texts and doing good deeds gives reward. By the way, it is considered necessary to keep fast for the whole month of Ramadan. But if someone misses the fast due to some reason, then the penalty has to be paid for it. That is, on missing the fast, one has to pay Qaza and Kaffara. Let us know how to pay Qaza and Kaffara after missing the fast in Ramzan.
What is the punishment for fasting?
If you are traveling, are physically unwell, women are menstruating, etc., you are exempted from fasting. But on missing the fast during these days, it has to be completed by fasting on the second day instead. That is, instead of fasting for one duty, one has to keep one fast.
When is Qaza necessary and when is it not?
- If you are not in a position to fast, then instead you can feed a poor person.
- If a person misses the fast and dies before completing it, it is not necessary to pay the qaza of the fast.
- If a person fasts for a vow and dies in between, then it is necessary to pay the debt to his heir.
- The person can pay the missed fast after getting healthy.
- The missed fast due to travel can be made up after Ramzan.
What is Kaffara and how to pay
Fasting is one of the five duties of Islam. But apart from fasting being a duty, there is also a condition. If giza or medicine that gives strength and power has gone away in someone’s body or if a person has shared the bed, then in such a situation one has to pay Kaffara. For this, after the month of Ramzan, one has to fast for 60 days or feed 60 poor people.
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