Welcome, Ramazan!

Shop.az 2019-05-27 15:10:36
Welcome, Ramazan!

Ramadan (Ramazan) is one of the most important Islamic holidays. The history of this holiday dates back to the second millennium, dating back to the second year of the Hijra (623 AD) according to the Muslim calendar.

In Islam, Ramadan is considered the most festive and sacred among the months of the year. He is called “the sultan of eleven months,” because one of the nights of this month the holy Quran was revealed.

This month, believers spend more time in prayer, fasting. Even if someone does not fast, the magic of this month will be more pure, tender, compassionate. On such days try to make happy and bestow the poor, visit elderly relatives, do not offend anyone. In the month of Ramadan, people try to communicate more often with each other, which makes meetings more desirable and conversations more sincere. For this reason, iftarians, or break-even ceremonies, to which relatives, relatives or friends are usually organized, are organized in the evenings. Guests come to your house or you and your family are invited to Iftar to the house of your loved ones.

One of the most popular online shopping sites in Turkey, Gitti Gidiyor, conducted a study of consumer behavior and reports that every third person made more purchases during Ramadan as a result of a survey conducted among 10,000 people.

The first factor that led to an increase in purchases during Ramadan was that 42% more guests were received this month than during the other months of the year. According to the data, sales of goods such as beachwear, nail polish, acetone, lipstick and lip balms are declining; At the same time, during this period, sales are growing, mainly due to increased sales of food products.

Intechesap.com, a technology-based e-commerce site in Turkey, presented an analysis of purchases per month Ramazan. According to Incehesap.com, sales are rising sharply from 23.00 to 04.00, and users make purchases on most mobile devices. Before Ramadan, 48.48% of orders from incehesap.com were carried out using mobile devices, while in Ramadan this percentage increased to 59.84%. According to other information provided by Incehesap.com, more than 81% of those who prefer online shopping are men.

Shop.az also offers its users a mobile application, downloading which to your mobile devices, you can make shopping more enjoyable and comfortable.

This holy month is coming to an end, and the holidays are approaching. On behalf of Shop.az, we congratulate everyone on this holiday and wish your fasting and prayers to be accepted by God. We wish all of us to be more fair, compassionate and honest, not only in the month of Ramadan, but on any day of your earthy life!