Customs and traditions of the Egyptians in Ramadan
Wessam Khraisat 11 months ago

Customs and traditions of the Egyptians in Ramadan

The month of Ramadan is a month distinguished by its distinctive rituals and customs among Egyptians, as Egyptians consider this month to be a month of worship and closeness to God, in addition to bringing with it spirituality and a state of tranquility and reassurance. The customs and traditions of Egyptians change during the month of Ramadan until they become different from the rest of the months, and these customs and traditions arouse the curiosity of many travelers who visit Egypt in this blessed month.

How do Egyptians welcome the month of Ramadan?

Egyptians welcome the month of Ramadan with great enthusiasm and joy, as this blessed month is the most important month of the Hijri year, and is considered an opportunity to strengthen social and family ties among members of society. In this holy month, among the customs and traditions of Egyptians during Ramadan that bring them together:


Egyptians decorate the streets and houses with colorful lamps and luminous lanterns that create an atmosphere of joy and happiness everywhere. This decoration is considered preparation to welcome this holy month and reflects the spiritual atmosphere that Muslims frequent during this month.

Those who are fasting are keen to fast during the day, abstaining from food, drink, smoking and personal conflicts until the Maghrib call to prayer.

Fasting people gather with family and friends at shared iftar tables and home gatherings, as family gatherings increase to celebrate this holy month.

Egyptians benefit from the blessings of fasting and praying during Ramadan, giving alms and good deeds to the poor and needy.


They also strive to strengthen brotherhood and love among themselves, and search for practical ways that help develop society and help each other.

One of the customs and traditions of Egyptians during the month of Ramadan is that they prepare delicious and delicious meals for breakfast. Among these popular Egyptian dishes are “molokhiya,” “stuffed,” “ragag,” “Egyptian fattah,” and various Ramadan drinks such as hibiscus and Qamar al-Din.

People's movement increases at night during the month of Ramadan, as they go out to the streets and entertainment areas, shop, and hold religious and cultural celebrations.

Egyptians commemorate the customs and traditions of the month of Ramadan, such as Tarawih prayers in mosques, reading the Holy Qur’an throughout the month, and feeding the fasting people, the poor, and the needy.


The blessed month of Ramadan comes to purify souls and increase closeness to God, and it includes daytime fasting, night prayers, reading the Holy Qur’an, supplication, and seeking forgiveness. Worship, humility and righteousness.

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