BrandArena: Top Seven Ramadan Essentials

Wednesday 9 July 2014

Top Seven Ramadan Essentials

Ramadan, the ninth month of the Muslim year, during which strict fasting is observed in daylight hours, began on 29 June this year. Almost all Muslims try to give up bad habits during Ramadan and some will pray more or read the Koran.

This year, has put together seven Ramadan essentials for the observing Muslim.

 Quran Read-pen is popular among Muslims for listening, reciting or learning the Holy Quran anytime, anywhere with in-built speaker and headphones. The most attractive part of the Quran read pen device is that it starts the Recitation from where you want, by pointing the device on any Surah/Ayah of the Holy Quran.

Headscarves and hijabs are essential for observant Muslim women especially in this month of Ramadan. They come in various styles and colours and transform any outfit to give a trendy look.

 The turban has made such a huge mark in the fashion scene this year and is a must have for the trendy Moslem lady. It is the perfect accessory to add the extra oomph to any outfit.

Maxi-style kaftans are a stylish way to stay modest during the Ramadan. They can be dressed down with flats and the fancy embellished pieces can be transformed for an evening look with a gorgeous pair of wedges.

The Jalamia is another Ramadan essential commonly worn by Moslems to pray. The attire is unisex and comes in different variations and patterns making it apt for the season.

During this Ramadan season, the food flask is very essential to preserve and keep meals warn for Muslims to break their Suhoor and Iftar fast at sunrise and sunset respectively.

Muslims are required to pray five times a day at specific times. Make sure you're praying on time this Ramadan with this alarm clock that alerts you when it's time to pray.


  1. Abdullai Ummar9 July 2014 at 16:49

    Ramadan Kareem to all our fellow muslims folks on BrandArena. May Allah accept our fasting ast of ibadah

  2. Ameen. I didn't even know I could shop online for my jalamia online too. This is good. Kaymu here I come ;-)