Muslim Women Talk Ramadan

Muslim Women Talk Ramadan Podcast, the first of its kind, by Muslim women for Muslim women, brought to you by Muslim Mind Collaborative. Hosted by award winning author and podcaster, Shelina Janmohamed.

Ramadan is a sacred month observed by Muslims, marked by fasting, prayer, reflection, and spiritual growth. But Muslim women tell us it’s not always easy. The juggling act of cooking, cleaning, work, family responsibilities, elder care, fatigue, and dehydration can feel endless—all while striving to make the most of this spiritually significant month.

The podcast will explore how to navigate every individual’s personal Ramadan journey, emphasising compassion, kindness, and self-respect. And there will be conversations with incredible trailblazing Muslim women from all walks of life, sharing the wisdom they’ve gained along the way.

In this four-part series, the podcast will engage in candid conversations, creating a space for much-needed me-time for women during Ramadan—a place for real talk among Muslim women.

The podcast is the listener’s BFF, Ramadan pep talk and weekly hug all wrapped into one.

Headline guests include Nadiya Hussain, GBBO Winner (2015) and Author, Baroness Sayeeda Warsi, with more exciting guests. Each episode will feature engaging discussions, expert insights, and personal stories. From physical health to spiritual growth our podcast provides a supportive space for women to explore their well-being.

“The inspiration behind the launch of the podcast series is to shine a light on the achievements and strength of Muslim women across our communities however big or small, whether striving to be the best versions of ourselves, raising families or balancing a business. We want women to celebrate their Ramadan as their best yet, humanising our challenges, inviting empathy, belief and self-worth, appreciating every effort and struggle to experience the blessings of Ramadan” – Sabah Gilani OBE, Founder, Muslim Mind Collaborative

During Ramadan, 45% of people use this sacred time to give up bad habits, while 90% of Muslims prepare spiritually for the month. Our podcast targets new audiences – young individuals across multiple ethnicities and regions, united by their Muslim identity. In the UK, where 1/3 of Muslims are under 15 and 2/3 are under 30, the potential for engagement, learning, and transformation is immense.

Join the Journey: Muslim women, this Ramadan is your time for self-care and self-improvement. “Muslim Women Talk Ramadan” serves as your weekly life coach, Qur’an mentor, BFF, and inspiration—all wrapped up in one. From day one until Eid, we’re here to support you on your spiritual journey.

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