TJ Ramadan Organizer

27 Jul

TJ’s Ramadan compendium and organizer

When I set out to get organized this Ramadan by making/updating various forms for my Ramadan organizer, I realized that it would be great to have key information right there as well so that I didn’t have to go looking it up.  So what started out as simple forms turned into so much more.(in fact, the forms are just a small portion)

In addition to the reference material and forms, there are calendars for Sha’baan, Ramadan, and Shawwaal. Each month has several copies, each one starting on one of the seven days of the week, that way, from year to year, in sha Allah, you can just print out the appropriate calendars based upon the actual starting date of the month.

Below is a listing of what you’ll find in the organizer, in sha Allah. I hope you get as much benefit from it as I did from compiling it. I am looking forward to having something quick and concise from year to year (in sha Allah) to refer to.

There are two “versions” available.

1. Lite Version – Contains the organizer only, 10MB

2. Complete Version (this contains the books from the Ramadan reading list, so it made the download large… 103 MB.  It is zipped, so you will need a program such as WinZip, WinRar, or JZip to unzip it.


I. The Hijri Calendar.

Islamic Months.

Days of the Week.


Significant Days.

Moon Phase Reference Chart

Duaa Upon Sighting the Crescent Moon.

Approximate Dates of Islamic Observances.

II. Calendars.

Shabaan -Starts on Sunday.

Shabaan- Starts on Monday.

Shabaan – Starts on Tuesday.

Shabaan – Starts on Wednesday.

Shabaan – Starts on Thursday.

Shabaan – Starts on Friday.

Shabaan – Starts on Saturday.

Ramadan – Starts on Sunday.

Ramadan – Starts on Monday.

Ramadan – Starts on Tuesday.

Ramadan – Starts on Wednesday.

Ramadan – Starts on Thursday.

Ramadan – Starts on Friday.

Ramadan – Starts on a Saturday.

Shawwaal – Starts on Sunday.

Shawwaal – Starts on Monday.

Shawwaal – Starts on Tuesday.

Shawwaal – Starts on Wednesday.

Shawwaal – Starts on Thursday.

Shawwaal – Starts on Friday.

Shawwaal – Starts on a Saturday.

III. Reference Material.

Ramadan Reading List.

Juz Divisions.

Educating Children in Ramadan.

Ramadan Bulletin Board Ideas.

Proof for Fasting Ramadan.

 Obligation of fasting.

 Excellence of Fasting.

 Elements of Fasting.

 Recommendations of Fasting.


Break the Fast Hastily.

Breaking the fast with dates and water

Supplicating at time of breaking fast

Safeguarding the fast and Refraining from Excessive Food and Drink.

Things That Break The Fast.

Permissible Acts in Ramadan.

Those Permitted to break the fast.

Desirable Acts in Ramadan.

Diet During Ramadan.

Good Deeds Ideas.

Duaa for Host.

What is/When is Laylatul Qadr?.

Signs of Laylatul Qadr.

Laylatul Qadr Duaa.

Zakatul Fitr.

 Preparing for Eid Prayer.

Eid Prayer.

Eid Greeting.

IV. Forms.

Ramadan Goals.

Ramadan Fasting Tracker.

Daily Ramadan Schedule.

Daily Quraan Reading.

Education Goals – Adult.

Educational Goals for Children.

Ramadan /Eid master task list.

Ramadan /Eid master shopping list.

Personal Ramadan Reading List.

Ramadan Meals Master Lists.

Ramadan Meal Plan.

Ramadan Recipes Index.

Ramadan/Eid Recipes.

Preparing for Eid Day – clothes.

Craft/Activity Ideas for Kids.

Ramadan Journal.


Posted by on July 27, 2011 in Seasonal: Ramadan


4 responses to “TJ Ramadan Organizer

  1. Zakkiya

    August 16, 2011 at 3:47 am

    Assalamu Alaikum. You are so awesome sister, May Allah reward your amazing efforts IA.

    • talibiddeenjr

      August 24, 2011 at 5:46 pm

      wa alaykum us salaam,

      Thank you for your duaa and kind words.

  2. Muslim

    August 23, 2011 at 6:21 am

    nice Ramadan Organizer.

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