Ramadan 2022 Iftar timings: Today marks the first day of Ramadan 2022 on April 3.
It is considered the most auspicious month in Islam worldwide. As per the Islamic calendar, the month of Ramadan is the ninth month and occurs at the end of the Shaban month.
Among Muslims, the timing of fasting (Romadan) depends upon the sighting of the crescent moon.
The pious month involves fasting, prayer, reflection, giving alms, charity and philanthropy.
In this month, people all over the world observe a fast (Roza) with their family and friends.
The month of self-introspection and forgiveness from sins lasts for either 29-30 days. It ends with the feast known as Eid-ul-Fitr.
The word Ramadan comes from the Arabic word ‘ar-ramad’, meaning scorching heat.
It is the same month when Gabriel revealed the words of the Quran to Prophet Muhammad.
Sehri and Iftar Timings for the first 7 days of Ramadan 2022:
|04:49 am||6:41 pm||03 April, 2022|
|04:47 am||6:42 pm||04 April, 2022|
|04:46 am||6:42 pm||05 April, 2022|
|04:45 am||6:43 pm||06 April, 2022|
|04:43 am||6:43 pm||07 April, 2022|
|04:42 am||6:44 pm||08 April 2022|
|04:41 am||6:45 pm||09 April, 2022|
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