Keywords: Ramadhan al Mubarak, 1441, Indonesia, Fasting, Iftar, Tarawih, Quran, Charity, Spirituality, Eid al-Fitr. Ramadhan al Mubarak 1441: A Month of Fasting and Spirituality in Indonesia Ramadhan al Mubarak is the holiest month in the Islamic calendar, observed by millions of Muslims around the world. In Indonesia, Ramadhan is celebrated with great enthusiasm and devotion, as people fast from dawn to dusk, perform special prayers, and engage in charitable activities. This year, Ramadhan al Mubarak falls in the year 1441 according to the Islamic lunar calendar, and it is expected to begin on April 22nd, 2023. Fasting during Ramadhan is one of the Five Pillars of Islam, and it is observed by all healthy and adult Muslims. The fast begins at dawn with a pre-dawn meal called “sahur,” and it ends at sunset with an evening meal called “iftar.” During the day, Muslims refrain from eating, drinking, smoking, and engaging in any sexual activity, as a way of purifying their mind, body, and soul. Apart from fasting, Ramadhan al Mubarak is also a month of increased spiritual activity, as Muslims spend more time reading and reciting the Quran, attending special prayers called “tarawih,” and performing other acts of worship. The Quran was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad during this month, and Muslims believe that reciting it during Ramadhan brings great blessings and rewards. Charity is also an important aspect of Ramadhan al Mubarak, as Muslims are encouraged to give generously to the poor and needy. Many mosques and organizations set up free iftar meals for those who cannot afford to eat, and people also donate money, food, and other essentials to help those in need. This spirit of generosity and compassion is a hallmark of Ramadhan, and it brings people together in a spirit of unity and solidarity. Eid al-Fitr marks the end of Ramadhan al Mubarak, and it is a joyous occasion for Muslims around the world. In Indonesia, Eid al-Fitr is celebrated with great fanfare, as people wear new clothes, visit their friends and family, and exchange gifts and sweets. It is a time of forgiveness, reconciliation, and renewal, as Muslims reflect on the lessons of Ramadhan and renew their commitment to their faith. In conclusion, Ramadhan al Mubarak is a month of fasting, spirituality, and charity that is observed by millions of Muslims around the world, including in Indonesia. It is a time of great blessings and rewards, as Muslims strive to purify their mind, body, and soul, and deepen their connection with Allah. May this Ramadhan al Mubarak be a time of peace, prosperity, and blessings for all.