Ramadan Calendar 2018 India: Dinner Time Of Sehir And Iftar For The Holy Month

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Ramadan Calendar – The holy month of Ramadan has started From Monday, there is a happy atmosphere all over the country. The month of Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. This is a symbol of faith for Muslims because it is the same month when the Qur’an was first brought to the public. It is believed that in the holy month of Ramadan the doors of the janat opens, the doors of the hell are closed. After which the evil forces are imprisoned. Holy month of Ramadan is starting next week. On the face of the moon, the month of Ramadan begins on May 17th Thursday or May 18th. Ramadan calendar 2018 and cards have started to be released.

Ramadan Calendar 2018

The Ramadan calendar has been issued from Dargah Hazrat Mubarak Khan Shaheed Aliharraman. Preparations for Ramadan have started in Muslim homes and mosques. Hafiz (who is fully remembered by Kuran Sharif) has been booked to teach Tarawih Namaz, which is taught in the Ramadan nights. Ramadan will keep Rosa in the day of Ramadan and will read the Salat prayer in the night. There may also be five zuma in Ramzan.

Ramadan Calendar 2018

The night in which the Prophet Mohammed first saw the Qur’an, that night is known as Lalit ul Qadr. It is believed that those who remember Allah always with true heart fulfill all their wishes.

Muslims. Muslims keep their rajas in the month of Ramadan. The purpose of fasting is to keep people away from temptation and to motivate charity. Roza has been frozen for every Muslim, but those who are vigilant or are suffering from any disease or problem such as menstruation, pregnant women, etc. have been given permission to not do this.

Sehi And Iftar,  
which is eaten before the sun rises in the morning, is known as Sehari. The whole family in Sehrri reads the prayers before rising in the morning and afterwards sehari account. After this it is done after sunset in the evening. Iftar is the first to break his fast with dates. It is said that Prophet Mohammad broke his fast with just three dates.

Ramadan Kareem Calendar 2018

Every fourth prayer from the fifth prayer is known as Magirib Dua. On this day many people of the community open their fast together. The food of his iftar is included from the syrup to the chicken and mutton.  Every fourth prayer from the fifth prayer is known as Magirib Dua. On this day many people of the community open their fast together. The food of his iftar is included from the syrup to the chicken and mutton.

Ramzan Calendar, Time Table

Sahari will change about 12 times and it will change eleven times within thirty days. About 19 times in the month of Ramadan will change time. In the month of Ramadan, the first rosa will be the smallest. After that there will be a two-minute hike in the time of the Roses. At the same time, the last three rosas will be the biggest 15 hours and 35 minutes, as in the last time. People are very excited about Ramzan. Awareness is being spread on social media about the worship of idols in the days of Ramadan and about food habits. Ramzan calendars and cards are also being shared. Ramzan is an important place for Sahari and Iftar (Opening of Roja). Ramadan timings and calendar printers are being distributed free of cost by seminary, private institutions and general public to cooperate with time and roasting.

Ramadan Date Day Suhoor Times
(Mumbai, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Chennai, Kolkata)
Iftar Times
(Mumbai, Delhi, Ahmedabad, Chennai, Kolkata)
0 16th May Wednesday 04:44 AM – 04:01 AM – 04:35 AM – 04:27 AM – 03:34 AM 08:27 PM – 08:35 PM – 08:37 PM – 07:44 PM – 07:33 PM
1 17th May Thursday 04:44 AM – 04:00 AM – 04:35 AM – 04:27 AM – 03:33 AM 08:27 PM – 08:36 PM – 08:38 PM – 07:45 PM – 07:34 PM
2 18th May Friday 04:44 AM – 04:00 AM – 04:34 AM – 04:26 AM – 03:32 AM 08:28 PM – 08:37 PM – 08:39 PM – 07:45 PM – 07:34 PM
3 19th May Saturday 04:43 AM – 03:59 AM – 04:34 AM – 04:26 AM – 03:32 AM 08:28 PM – 08:38 PM – 08:39 PM – 07:46 PM – 07:35 PM
4 20th May Sunday 04:43 AM – 03:58 AM – 04:33 AM – 04:26 AM – 03:31 AM 08:29 PM – 08:38 PM – 08:40 PM – 07:46 PM – 07:36 PM
5 21st May Monday 04:42 AM – 03:57 AM – 04:33 AM – 04:26 AM – 03:31 AM 08:29 PM – 08:39 PM – 08:41 PM – 07:46 PM – 07:36 PM
6 22nd May Tuesday 04:42 AM – 03:57 AM – 04:32 AM – 04:25 AM – 03:30 AM 08:30 PM – 08:40 PM – 08:41 PM – 07:47 PM – 07:37 PM
7 23rd May Wednesday 04:41 AM – 03:56 AM – 04:32 AM – 04:25 AM – 03:30 AM 08:30 PM – 08:41 PM – 08:42 PM – 07:47 PM – 07:38 PM
8 24th May Thursday 04:41 AM – 03:55 AM – 04:31 AM – 04:25 AM – 03:29 AM 08:31 PM – 08:42 PM – 08:43 PM – 07:48 PM – 07:38 PM
9 25th May Friday 04:41 AM – 03:55 AM – 04:31 AM – 04:25 AM – 03:29 AM 08:31 PM – 08:42 PM – 08:43 PM – 07:48 PM – 07:39 PM
10 26th May Saturday 04:40 AM – 03:54 AM – 04:30 AM – 04:24 AM – 03:29 AM 08:32 PM – 08:43 PM – 08:44 PM – 07:48 PM – 07:39 PM
11 27th May Sunday 04:40 AM – 03:54 AM – 04:30 AM – 04:24 AM – 03:28 AM 08:33 PM – 08:44 PM – 08:44 PM – 07:49 PM – 07:40 PM
12 28th May Monday 04:40 AM – 03:53 AM – 04:30 AM – 04:24 AM – 03:28 AM 08:33 PM – 08:45 PM – 08:45 PM – 07:49 PM – 07:41 PM
13 29th May Tuesday 04:40 AM – 03:53 AM – 04:29 AM – 04:24 AM – 03:28 AM 08:34 PM – 08:45 PM – 08:46 PM – 07:50 PM – 07:41 PM
14 30th May Wednesday 04:39 AM – 03:52 AM – 04:29 AM – 04:24 AM – 03:27 AM 08:34 PM – 08:46 PM – 08:46 PM – 07:50 PM – 07:42 PM
15 31st May Thursday 04:39 AM – 03:52 AM – 04:29 AM – 04:24 AM – 03:27 AM 08:35 PM – 08:47 PM – 08:47 PM – 07:50 PM – 07:42 PM
16 1st June Friday 04:39 AM – 03:52 AM – 04:28 AM – 04:24 AM – 03:27 AM 08:35 PM – 08:47 PM – 08:47 PM – 07:51 PM – 07:43 PM
17 2nd June Saturday 04:39 AM – 03:51 AM – 04:28 AM – 04:23 AM – 03:27 AM 08:36 PM – 08:48 PM – 08:48 PM – 07:51 PM – 07:43 PM
18 3rd June Sunday 04:39 AM – 03:51 AM – 04:28 AM – 04:23 AM – 03:26 AM 08:36 PM – 08:49 PM – 08:48 PM – 07:52 PM – 07:44 PM
19 4th June Monday 04:39 AM – 03:51 AM – 04:28 AM – 04:23 AM – 03:26 AM 08:36 PM – 08:49 PM – 08:49 PM – 07:52 PM – 07:44 PM
20 5th June Tuesday 04:38 AM – 03:50 AM – 04:28 AM – 04:23 AM – 03:26 AM 08:37 PM – 08:50 PM – 08:49 PM – 07:52 PM – 07:45 PM
21 6th June Wednesday 04:38 AM – 03:50 AM – 04:27 AM – 04:23 AM – 03:26 AM 08:37 PM – 08:51 PM – 08:50 PM – 07:53 PM – 07:45 PM
22 7th June Thursday 04:38 AM – 03:50 AM – 04:27 AM – 04:23 AM – 03:26 AM 08:38 PM – 08:51 PM – 08:50 PM – 07:53 PM – 07:46 PM
23 8th June Friday 04:38 AM – 03:50 AM – 04:27 AM – 04:23 AM – 03:26 AM 08:38 PM – 08:52 PM – 08:51 PM – 07:53 PM – 07:46 PM
24 9th June Saturday 04:38 AM – 03:50 AM – 04:27 AM – 04:23 AM – 03:26 AM 08:39 PM – 08:52 PM – 08:51 PM – 07:54 PM – 07:47 PM
25 10th June Sunday 04:38 AM – 03:49 AM – 04:27 AM – 04:23 AM – 03:26 AM 08:39 PM – 08:53 PM – 08:52 PM – 07:54 PM – 07:47 PM
26 11th June Monday 04:38 AM – 03:49 AM – 04:27 AM – 04:23 AM – 03:26 AM 08:39 PM – 08:53 PM – 08:52 PM – 07:54 PM – 07:48 PM
27 12th June Tuesday 04:38 AM – 03:49 AM – 04:27 AM – 04:24 AM – 03:26 AM 08:40 PM – 08:54 PM – 08:53 PM – 07:55 PM – 07:48 PM
28 13th June Wednesday 04:38 AM – 03:49 AM – 04:27 AM – 04:24 AM – 03:26 AM 08:40 PM – 08:54 PM – 08:53 PM – 07:55 PM – 07:48 PM
29 14th June Thursday 04:38 AM – 03:49 AM – 04:27 AM – 04:24 AM – 03:26 AM 08:40 PM – 08:55 PM – 08:53 PM – 07:55 PM – 07:49 PM

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