Ramadan Calendar Sehri Iftar Time and Table For India: The holy month of Ramadan has started in India and it was started on 3rd April 2022 after the first sight of the crescent moon on 2nd April 2022. Muslims across the world observe fasts in the month of Ramadan. Ramadan is also referred to as Ramzan and Ramazan. On 2nd April 2022, the first sight of the crescent moon was reported and on the next day, the holy month was started now it has been three days since the start of Ramadan in India. Today is the third fast (Roza) of Ramadan. Kindly look at the downward placed sections for the Indian timings of Iftar and Sehri. We have also mentioned some dos and don’ts that are a must to keep in mind during Ramadan. So start reading without wasting any second. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Ramadan Calendar Sehri Iftar
Ramadan is said to be the ninth month according to the Islamic calendar which follows the lunar cycle. The ninth month of the Islamic calendar is considered the most auspicious month for Muslims across the world in which they fast for thirty to twenty-nine days (depending upon the cycle of one complete crescent moon). According to the studies, followers of Islam observe the fast marking it as a gesture to revere the 1st revelation of the holy book Quran to Muhammad.
Ramadan Calendar Sehri Iftar Time and Table
According to Islamic belief, the holy book was written in the month of Ramadan. Ramadan is originated from the Arabic word “Ramida or Ar-Ramad” which refers to scorching dryness or heat. Muslims observe fasts in this holy month to purify their souls and they seek forgiveness for their sins from the Almighty Allah. The timing of the fasts is it starts from pre-dawn and last till sunset in this period there are some important dos and don’ts that all Muslims keep in mind if they are fasting. Look at the next section to learn about this.
Ramadan Calendar Sehri Iftar For India
Muslims who observe fasts during Ramadan are only allowed to eat after the sunset which is called ‘Iftar’. There is also some relaxation of not observing fast for the people who suffer any illness, pregnant women and elderly people. After the completion of one cycle of the crescent moon, Muslims celebrate Eid-Al-Fitr. According to the Islamic Hijri, the time for New Delhi ‘Sehri’ is 4:50 AM and ‘Iftar’ is 6:41 PM. Stay tuned with us for more information and updates.