How to Make Your Ramadan Great With Instagram

We all try hard to become better people in Ramadan. This might be through connecting more with the Book of Allah, extra prayers, doing good deeds, working on ourselves – most likely a combination of them all. To help us out on this journey, some Instagram accounts are producing daily Ramadan posts, so I thought I’d share some here that I think you might find beneficial.

Of course, they are only beneficial if they are followed by reflection and action, so make sure you take time to absorb the information and make action points for your own life. I suggest you follow the accounts that are most useful to you for your life and learning style.

If you are posting daily or know of others, let me know in the comments.

Good Deeds and Tips

1. @sharethemercy

I’m posting a suggestion each day of Ramadan for people we can remember in our prayers.

2. @made_ngo_

MADE is a Muslim organisation focused on social awareness. In their #MadeforRamadan challenge, they “ask you to do one social action a day”.

It's so easy- do a quick google to find the closest one to you! #homeless #love #ramadan #MADEFORRAMADAN

A post shared by MADE (NGO) (@made_ngo_) on

 3. @productivemuslim

Productive Muslim’s Heart Detox Challenge is running on their podcast, and they are posting summaries of the podcast each day on Instagram, so you can follow both!

4. @launchgood

LaunchGood are running their annual Ramadan Challenge in which they suggest a new project to support each day of the month. On Instagram, they are posting each day to remind us of the challenge, but also to promote different Muslim artists. They even include a tip in the image description.

5. @zedandq

Positive reminders for every day.

Prayers

6. @coutureislamicart

A du’a from the Qur’an or Sunnah to make each day.

7. @mohammedkhaleel

Short du’as that you can memorise, with their sources.

8. @salamislam_com

Prayers in English for every day.

Reminders

9. @1lionofAllah

Simple, practical reminders for our behaviour and attitude this Ramadan.

10. @irclothes

A short reminder each day from the Islamic Relief clothing team.

11. @femyso

A quote or advice for each day of the month.

 Qur’anic Verses and Hadiths

12. @lebanesemuslimassociation

An ayah a day with a reflection to go with it.

Ramadan Reminders Day 6: The Bounty of Islam. #ramadanreminders #ramadan2017

A post shared by Lebanese Muslim Association (@lebanesemuslimassociation) on

13. @nailasdiary

A verse from the Qur’an or a hadith every day.

Comment or message me (by email or on social media) with other accounts you like that are posting daily in Ramadan.

While looking for these accounts, I came across something that is unfortunately very widespread: posting people’s work and not even crediting them for it. If you like something, don’t deprive the person who worked hard on it of their due recognition. Just ask the owner of the image if you can share it, and then link back to them clearly when you do. It’s that simple.



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Ramadan is a month of adoration, so we must receive it with repentance to Allah. We have to perform more virtuous deeds there in such as reciting the Quran, performing optional prayers, abundantly mentioning Allah, giving in charity, visiting your relatives and keeping good relations with them so that you may improvement the forgiveness and the mercy of Allah.

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