Fasting promotes the spirit of human equality before Allah. All able Muslims, male and female, rich and poor, from all ethnic and national backgrounds go through the same experience of fasting.
Fasting is to abstain from eating, drinking and intercourse from dawn until sunset with the intention of worship.
The esteemed Prophet said: ‘feeding a poor and needy and meeting everyone affectionately, whether you know him or not.
However, during the month of Ramadan, it is a followed tradition in Belo Chaudhry’s family to feed two hundred up to two hundred and fifty people daily in Iftar.
Fasting cherishes piety, righteousness and consciousness of Allah. It teaches patience, and with patience one can rise to the high position of piousness.
He said when we remain hungry for long hours, nutritions in our body begin ceasing. When we remain hungry, our bodies begin eating the decayed and rotten parts in the body.
The fasting person gains true sympathy for those who go hungry regularly, and achieves growth in his spiritual life, learning discipline, self-restraint, patience and flexibility.
The word Sawm (fasting) in Arabic language literally means to abstain, and in Islamic terminology, Sawm means to abstain from eating, drinking and sexual intercourse with the intention of worship from dawn until the sunset.
Hindu religion is devoid of texts that can determine if the sexual intercourse during fasting is invalid or valid.
Naidu also enjoys the vibrant life of Ramadan nights when Muslims perform Traweeh prayer and the Glorious Qur’an is recited in the mosques.