Desktop wallpaper is the metaphor that fills up the background of your desktop or computer screen when every part of programs is closed. Some people prefer to keep the screen of their computer (desktop) clean by filling the desktop with only one color of their choice or by choosing the default wallpaper as offered by the operating system using, such as a logo, a stock photograph, or an abstract design.
However a lot of people have a preference to make their desktop look more attractive by customizing desktop wallpaper from personal pictures or images found online. There are numerous wallpapers which are available for almost about every mood, season, public holiday or festival, creature and animal, quotes and art. Desktop wallpapers can also be customized to be converted into more adapted or personalized to the person by integrating their forename, a comical phrase, or promoting (advertising) a business.
According to the Islamic Lunar calendar, Ramzan is the ninth Islamic month. Ramzan (also written as Ramadan) is offshoot from the Arabic core word ‘ramida’ or ‘arramad’ that means powerful sizzling heat and aridity, chiefly of the ground. This refers to the feeling of heat in the belly as an effect of hunger or thirst which is felt by a Muslim in this holy month. Others believe it is so called because Ramadan burns out the peccadilloes’ as it blazes the ground and some say it is therefore called because the hearts and souls are more willingly accessible to the reprimand and remembrance of Allah throughout Ramadan.
This is known as one of the most sacred and blessed month of Islam so different types of various wallpapers like ayah are of the holy Quran. Wallpapers of sacred places, Islamic sayings, calligraphy of Ramadan Kareem, and Ramadan greetings and many more of the same type are available for desktop, which can be downloaded free of cost and without any contract in order to make your desktop according to the occasion or to make it more alive and look sacred. In 2010 Ramadan wallpapers included mostly the calligraphy of the word Ramadan Kareem written in English Urdu and Arabic language on the background of sacred places.