Ramadan 2019: Ramzan Iftar And Sehri Time Table For 2019

Ramadan Sehri Time: To mark Ramadan, Muslims across the world will keep roza, a holy fast from sunrise to sunset. "Sehri", a pre-fast meal will be eaten before the sunrise and the fast will be broken with a post-fast meal called "iftar". Know the timings here:

Ramadan 2019: Ramzan Iftar And Sehri Time Table For 2019

Ramadan fasting is one of the five pillars of Islam. Know sehri time, iftar time here.

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Ramadan, or Ramzan, is a time of spiritual reflection and increased devotion. To mark Ramadan, Muslims across the world will keep roza, a holy fast from sunrise to sunset. "Sehri", a pre-fast meal will be eaten before the sunrise and the fast will be broken with a post-fast meal called "iftar". During the day, the worshippers will not eat or drink even a drop of water and observe prayers five times a day. Fasting during Ramadan is one of the five pillars of Islam. It is called "sawm". Among the other pillars are "salat", which means performing ritual prayers five times each day - Fajr (dawn), Dhuhr (noon), Asr (afternoon), Maghrib (evening), and Isha (night); then "zakat" - which means paying charity to benefit the poor; and "hajj", which is a pilgrimage to Mecca.


Ramadan Time Table 2019: Here are Sehri time and Iftar time

Ramadan Iftar And Sehri Time Table for 2019
DATEDAYSEHRIIFTAR
07 MayTue04:09 AM7:01 PM
08 MayWed04:08 AM7:01 PM
09 MayThu04:07 AM7:02 PM
10 MayFri04:06 AM7:03 PM
11 MaySat04:05 AM7:03 PM
12 MaySun04:04 AM7:04 PM
13 MayMon04:03 AM7:04 PM
14 MayTue04:02 AM7:05 PM
15 MayWed04:01 AM7:06 PM
16 MayThu04:00 AM7:06 PM
17 MayFri04:00 AM7:07 PM
18 MaySat03:59 AM7:07 PM
19 MaySun03:58 AM7:08 PM
20 MayMon03:57 AM7:09 PM
21 MayTue03:57 AM7:09 PM
22 MayWed03:56 AM7:10 PM
23 MayThu03:55 AM7:10 PM
24 MayFri03:55 AM7:11 PM
25 MaySat03:54 AM7:11 PM
26 MaySun03:53 AM7:12 PM
27 MayMon03:53 AM7:13 PM
28 MayTue03:52 AM7:13 PM
29 MayWed03:52 AM7:14 PM
30 MayThu03:51 AM7:14 PM
31 MayFri03:51 AM7:15 PM
01 JuneSat03:51 AM7:15 PM
02 JuneSun03:50 AM7:16 PM
03 JuneMon03:50 AM7:16 PM
04 JuneTue03:49 AM7:17 PM
05 JuneWed03:49 AM7:17 PM

Ramzan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting to commemorate the first revelation of the Quran to Prophet Muhammad. Eid ul-Fitr marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan. The festival is celebrated on the first day of Shawwal, the 10th month of the Islamic lunar calendar.

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