10 Lines on Fasting in Ramadan
1. Fasting in Ramadan is a religious practice observed by Muslims.
2. It means abstaining from food and drink during daylight hours.
3. Children are not required to fast until they reach puberty.
4. Fasting can teach self-discipline and empathy for those in need.
5. It is important to eat a healthy meal before starting the fast.
6. Muslims often gather together for a meal after breaking their fast, known as iftar.
7. Parents should monitor their children’s health during Ramadan and make adjustments as needed.
8. Breaking the fast with dates and water is a traditional practice.
9. Fasting in Ramadan can be a special and meaningful experience for Muslim children and their families.
10. The month of Ramadan culminates with Eid al-Fitr, a celebration marking the end of the fasting period.