"Islam has a huge number of adherents worldwide, ranking second only to Christianity as the biggest religion on the planet. And Ramadan looms large on the Muslim holy calendar. It is the ninth month of the lunar calendar, lasting 29 to 30 days depending on the appearance of the crescent moons, and is the holiest of Islamic months. Called the month of fasting because Muslims traditionally fast from dawn to dusk during Ramadan, it is recognized by religious scholars and followers of the global faith to be the month in the year 610 when the Prophet Muhammad received the revelations of the Quran, the Islamic holy book, from Allah (God).
Ramadan is reverentially celebrated and commemorated as a month of self-discipline, self-improvement, generosity and devout worship. Alcohol, tobacco and immoral acts are abstained from as well as food, while communal prayer and the reading of the Quran are encouraged. It is an epic event amongst Muslims all over the world, including in the United States and Canada, and thus deserving of a gigantic greeting card of great celebratory good cheer and goodwill such as those in The Best Card Company's Jumbo Cards collection.
The glorious, iconic symbols of Islam are on full, colorful, glowing display on this oversized notecard, including gold and turquoise stars, a blue crescent moon, blue-black silhouettes and golden outlines of mosques, aquamarine patterns and designs, white Arabic lettering and ""Eid Mubarak"" (""blessed feast/festival"") salutations. This giant, good-natured ""Happy Ramadan"" greeting card will be met with universal delight and appreciation by your pals, chums, buddies, relatives and workmates when you send the tremendous, enormously respectful card their way."