New Ramadan Iftar and Sehri Time 2023 | Best Calender

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Here is the time table for Ramadan 2023. Please pray for all Umat-e-Muslima. Ramadan iftar and Sehri Time 2023 is given below.

RozaDateSehri TimeIftar Time
123 March 202304:58 AM06:08 PM
224 March 202304:59 AM06:09 PM
325 March 202305:00 AM06:10 PM
426 March 202305:01 AM06:11 PM
527 March 202305:02 AM06:12 PM
628 March 202305:03 AM06:13 PM
729 March 202305:04 AM06:14 PM
830 March 202305:05 AM06:15 PM
931 March 202305:06 AM06:16 PM
101 April 202305:07 AM06:17 PM
112 April 202305:08 AM06:18 PM
123 April 202305:09 AM06:19 PM
134 April 202305:10 AM06:20 PM
145 April 202305:11 AM06:21 PM
156 April 202305:12 AM06:22 PM
167 April 202305:13 AM06:23 PM
178 April 202305:14 AM06:24 PM
189 April 202305:15 AM06:25 PM
1910 April 202305:16 AM06:26 PM
2011 April 202305:17 AM06:27 PM
2112 April 202305:18 AM06:28 PM
2213 April 202305:19 AM06:29 PM
2314 April 202305:20 AM06:30 PM
2415 April 202305:21 AM06:31 PM
2516 April 202305:22 AM06:32 PM
2617 April 202305:23 AM06:33 PM
2718 April 202305:24 AM06:34 PM
2819 April 202305:25 AM06:35 PM
2920 April 202305:26 AM06:36 PM
3021 April 202305:27 AM06:37 PM
30Eid Mubarak7:00 AMEid namaz time below
Eid22 April 20237:00 AMEid Namaz Time
Ramadan aftar and sehr time table

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Ramadan, which falls on the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, is regarded as a sacred month that commemorates the time when Allah, through the angel Gabriel, disclosed the initial verses of the Qur’an to Muhammad, a merchant traveling with a caravan. The Qur’an is the holy scripture of Islam.

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Ramadan DATES

Meaning of Ramadan | Ramazan

On the evening of Wednesday, March 22, the sacred month of Ramadan will commence this year.

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What Is Ramadan | Ramazan?

Ramadan, which falls on the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, is regarded as a sacred month that commemorates the time when Allah, through the angel Gabriel, disclosed the initial verses of the Qur’an to Muhammad, a merchant traveling with a caravan. The Qur’an is the holy scripture of Islam.

When Is Ramadan | Ramazan?

Ramadan is anticipated to commence at sunset on Wednesday, March 22, and conclude at sunset on Friday, April 21 this year. The conclusion of Ramadan is marked by Eid al-Fitr, a celebration held on the final evening when the customary month-long fast culminates in a lavish feast.

Ramadan’s precise commencement and conclusion timings hinge on the sighting of the Moon. Ramadan is believed to begin on the first sighting of the new Moon over Mecca, Saudi Arabia, or according to pre-determined astronomical calculations. Consequently, the start and end dates of Ramadan are flexible and may differ by a day.

The following dates are based on anticipated visibility and, therefore, may exhibit slight disparities from those observed elsewhere.

YearFirst Evening of Ramadan (fasting begins at dawn next day)Final Evening of Ramadan (Eid al-Fitr)
2023Wednesday, March 22Friday, April 21
2024Sunday, March 10Monday, April 9
2025Friday, February 28Sunday, March 30
2026Tuesday, February 17Wednesday, March 18
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Traditions of Ramadan | Ramazan

Commencing at puberty, all Muslims (with certain exemptions, such as being unwell, traveling, expectant, aged, etc.) participate in the month-long fast that extends from dawn until sunset, which is emblematic of Ramadan. Muslims hold that fasting purifies the body, and the custom serves as a reminder of the destitution experienced by the underprivileged.

Consumption of food and beverages (including water) is forbidden from sunrise to sunset, and the day’s abstinence is compensated for by a pre-dawn meal known as sehri and an evening meal called iftar. When breaking the fast during iftar, dates are commonly eaten initially, as it is believed that the Prophet Muhammad broke his fast in this manner. Although the cuisine served at iftar may differ, it is customary to share food with underprivileged families during Ramadan.

Upon the culmination of the 29- or 30-day fast (depending on the length of the lunar cycle), the Festival of Breaking the Fast, also known as Eid al-Fitr, ensues, and there is considerable merriment and revelr

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