Ramzan appeals to Momins (believers) to bridge the gap between doing and saying in one’s personality through righteousness, enabling the inculcation of Almighty’s presence in the body and soul. Indeed, Allah’s Aura could be felt while one shares pains and needs of others without any religious demarcations. Islamic word ‘Analahak’ is the synonym of Vedantic ‘Aham Brahamasmi’ which means see the creator in each of the creations and feel true concerns for everybody’s well being, besides sacrificing his worldly holdings for the needy. When a Rozadar observes fasting, abstaining of food and water throughout the day, he, by heart knows the real sufferings of a hungry and thirsty human being as well as the importance of water and food in the life. Thus, during Ramzan, people arrange Langars (community kitchen) contribute Zakat (Alms giving) and Chhagals (water kiosks) of cold water for the people. In order to connect with social fabric because the society is like a garden which provides shade, flowers, fresh air and aromatic healing to everyone.
Ramzan inculcates self-restraints and philanthropic attitude in a believer who, later keep pursuing these throughout the year, resulting in spread of tolerance, harmony, interactions and ultimately peace/prosperity in the society which checks sectarian, communal and radical elements. Ramzan fills, satiates and brims up our hearts with kindness/mercy resulting in feeling of Allah’s reflection in ourselves.