Roza – Why Ramadan Comes Every Year? What does Roja mean?

Roza – Why Ramadan Comes Every Year? What does Roja mean?

In order to be a good man in Islam, it is necessary to be a Muslim first and to become a Muslim, it is necessary to carry out the five basic duties. The first Iman, the second Namaz, the third Roja, the fourth Hajj and the fifth Jakat inspire love, empathy, help and compassion in these five duties of Islam. Roja is called Mon in Arabic. Which means to stop. Rosa means to stay away from all vices. Roja stays hungry and thirsty all day long. In this way, if people are misbehaving with someone in a place, it is forbidden for Rojedar to stay in such place. When a Muslim fasts, compassion for the hungry arises in his heart. Seventy times the amount of good deeds in Ramadan

Is increased. Rosa encourages one to refrain from lying, violence, vices, bribery and all other wrongdoings. Which means study is done for one month. However man should avoid vices throughout the year. In the Qur’an, Allah commands that fasting is made obligatory upon you so that you may be God-fearing and fear of God.