ramadan sehri iftar timings pakistan

Ramazan Timings 2023: Ramadan Sehri Iftar Timings Pakistan

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Ramadan also called in different regions as Ramazan, Ramzan, Ramadhan, or Ramathan, is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, which is seen by Muslims around the world as a month of fasting, prayer, meditation, and community. In commemoration of the Last Prophet Hazrat Muhammad’s (peace be upon him) first revelation, the annual celebration of Ramadan is considered one of the Five Pillars of Islam and lasts twenty-nine to thirty days, from the sighting of the holy moon.

The beginning and end of Ramadan are determined by the lunar Islamic calendar.

At the end of Ramadan, Muslims celebrate Eid (a Religious Festival for Muslims) called Eid al-Fitr. Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of Ramadan and the beginning of Shawwal, the next month of the month, is announced after the appearance of the new moon or after the completion of the thirty days of fasting if the moon is not observed. Eid celebrates the return to the natural state (fitra) of eating, drinking, and intimacy in marriage.

Fasting from dawn to dusk is an obligation (Farz, fard) for all older Muslims who are not seriously ill or incapacitated, traveling, elderly, breastfeeding, diabetic, or menstruating. The meal before dawn is called suhur or Sehri, and the evening meal that breaks the fast is called iftar. Although fatwas have been issued declaring that Muslims living in areas with midnight or cool nights should follow the Mecca timetable, it is a common practice to follow a timetable of the nearest country where the night can be separated from the day.

The spiritual rewards (thawab) of fasting are believed to be multiplied during Ramadan. Therefore, Muslims avoid not only food and drink, but also tobacco products, sexual relations, and sinful behavior, devotion instead Muslims increase their Duas, prayers (prayer), and recitation of the Quran.

Muslims believe that Ramadan teaches them self-control, self-control, self-sacrifice, and compassion for the poor, thus encouraging acts of generosity and compulsory giving (zakat). Muslims also believe that fasting helps to alleviate the suffering of the poor.

What do Muslims do during Ramadan?

Muslims go to work and school and take care of their normal activities during Ramadan; however, they also recite the entire Quran, perform special prayers, and visit mosques frequently during this time. All Muslims who have reached puberty and are in good health need to fast.

Why is Ramadan so important for Muslims?

Ramadan is the month in which the Qur’an, the holy book of Islam, was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) by the angel Jibreel (Gabriel) – which aims to grow spiritually by building a strong relationship with the Almighty. 

What are the rules of Ramadan?

During Ramadan, Muslims do not eat or drink from morning till evening – yes, even water. At sunset, there is a communion meal called ‘Iftar’ where you fast, usually with your family or friends. But the month of Ramadan is more than just a fast.11-Apr-2021

What happens when Ramadan ends?

Also known as the “Little Eid,” Eid al-Fitr commemorates the end of the fasting month of Ramadan. The event of special prayers, family visits, gift-giving, and charity, takes place within one to three days, from the first day of Shawwal, the tenth month of the Islamic calendar.

Some of the Health Benefits of Ramadan / Roza as per Medical Science

Following are some of the Health Benefits of observing fasting for continuous 30 days in Ramadan.

1. Promotes Blood Sugar Control By Reducing Insulin Resistance

2. Promotes Better Health By Fighting Inflammation

3. May Improve Heart Health By Improving Blood Pressure, Triglycerides And Cholesterol Levels.

4. It May Improve Brain Function and Prevent Neurodegenerative Disorders

5. Aids Weight Loss By Reducing Calorie Diet and Improving Metabolism

6. Increase Growth Hormone Release, Essential for Growth, Metabolism, Weight Loss, and Muscle Strength.

7. It Can Delay Aging And Extend Longevity.

8. May Aid in Cancer Prevention and Increasing the Effectiveness of Chemotherapy

Ramadan Sehri Iftar timings Pakistan for 2023

123 March 2023Thu4:45AM6:21PM13 hrs, 36 mins
224 March 2023Fri4:43AM6:22PM13 hrs, 39 mins
325 March 2023Sat4:42AM6:23PM13 hrs, 41 mins
426 March 2023Sun4:40AM6:24PM13 hrs, 44 mins
527 March 2023Mon4:39AM6:24PM13 hrs, 45 mins
628 March 2023Tue4:37AM6:25PM13 hrs, 48 mins
729 March 2023Wed4:36AM6:26PM13 hrs, 50 mins
830 March 2023Thu4:34AM6:27PM13 hrs, 53 mins
931 March 2023Fri4:33AM6:27PM13 hrs, 54 mins
1001 April 2023Sat4:31AM6:28PM13 hrs, 57 mins
1102 April 2023Sun4:30AM6:29PM13 hrs, 59 mins
1203 April 2023Mon4:28AM6:30PM14 hrs, 2 mins
1304 April 2023Tue4:27AM6:30PM14 hrs, 3 mins
1405 April 2023Wed4:25AM6:31PM14 hrs, 6 mins
1506 April 2023Thu4:24AM6:32PM14 hrs, 8 mins
1607 April 2023Fri4:22AM6:32PM14 hrs, 10 mins
1708 April 2023Sat4:21AM6:33PM14 hrs, 12 mins
1809 April 2023Sun4:20AM6:34PM14 hrs, 14 mins
1910 April 2023Mon4:18AM6:35PM14 hrs, 17 mins
2011 April 2023Tue4:17AM6:35PM14 hrs, 18 mins
2112 April 2023Wed4:15AM6:36PM14 hrs, 21 mins
2213 April 2023Thu4:14AM6:37PM14 hrs, 23 mins
2314 April 2023Fri4:12AM6:38PM14 hrs, 26 mins
2415 April 2023Sat4:11AM6:38PM14 hrs, 27 mins
2516 April 2023Sun4:09AM6:39PM14 hrs, 30 mins
2617 April 2023Mon4:08AM6:40PM14 hrs, 32 mins
2718 April 2023Tue4:06AM6:41PM14 hrs, 35 mins
2819 April 2023Wed4:05AM6:41PM14 hrs, 36 mins
2920 April 2023Thu4:03AM6:42PM14 hrs, 39 mins
3021 April 2023Fri4:02AM6:43PM14 hrs, 41 mins

Ramadan 2023 Sehri Iftar timings in Karachi

123 March 23Thu5:17AM6:44PM13 hrs, 27 mins
224 March 23Fri5:16AM6:45PM13 hrs, 29 mins
325 March 23Sat5:15AM6:45PM13 hrs, 30 mins
426 March 23Sun5:14AM6:45PM13 hrs, 31 mins
527 March 23Mon5:13AM6:46PM13 hrs, 33 mins
628 March 23Tue5:11AM6:46PM13 hrs, 35 mins
729 March 23Wed5:10AM6:47PM13 hrs, 37 mins
830 March 23Thu5:09AM6:47PM13 hrs, 38 mins
931 March 23Fri5:08AM6:48PM13 hrs, 40 mins
1001 April 23Sat5:07AM6:48PM13 hrs, 41 mins
1102 April 23Sun5:06AM6:48PM13 hrs, 42 mins
1203 April 23Mon5:05AM6:49PM13 hrs, 44 mins
1304 April 23Tue5:04AM6:49PM13 hrs, 45 mins
1405 April 23Wed5:03AM6:50PM13 hrs, 47 mins
1506 April 23Thu5:01AM6:50PM13 hrs, 49 mins
1607 April 23Fri5:00AM6:51PM13 hrs, 51 mins
1708 April 23Sat4:59AM6:51PM13 hrs, 52 mins
1809 April 23Sun4:58AM6:51PM13 hrs, 53 mins
1910 April 23Mon4:57AM6:52PM13 hrs, 55 mins
2011 April 23Tue4:56AM6:52PM13 hrs, 56 mins
2112 April 23Wed4:55AM6:53PM13 hrs, 58 mins
2213 April 23Thu4:54AM6:53PM13 hrs, 59 mins
2314 April 23Fri4:53AM6:54PM14 hrs, 1 mins
2415 April 23Sat4:51AM6:54PM14 hrs, 3 mins
2516 April 23Sun4:50AM6:55PM14 hrs, 5 mins
2617 April 23Mon4:49AM6:55PM14 hrs, 6 mins
2718 April 23Tue4:48AM6:55PM14 hrs, 7 mins
2819 April 23Wed4:47AM6:56PM14 hrs, 9 mins
2920 April 23Thu4:46AM6:56PM14 hrs, 10 mins
3021 April 23Fri4:45AM6:57PM14 hrs, 12 mins

Ramadan 2023 Sehri Iftar timings in Lahore

123 MarThu4:42AM6:16PM13 hrs, 34 mins
224Fri4:40AM6:17PM13 hrs, 37 mins
325Sat4:39AM6:17PM13 hrs, 38 mins
426Sun4:38AM6:18PM13 hrs, 40 mins
527Mon4:36AM6:19PM13 hrs, 43 mins
628Tue4:35AM6:19PM13 hrs, 44 mins
729Wed4:34AM6:20PM13 hrs, 46 mins
830Thu4:32AM6:21PM13 hrs, 49 mins
931Fri4:31AM6:21PM13 hrs, 50 mins
1001 AprSat4:29AM6:22PM13 hrs, 53 mins
1102Sun4:28AM6:23PM13 hrs, 55 mins
1203Mon4:27AM6:23PM13 hrs, 56 mins
1304Tue4:25AM6:24PM13 hrs, 59 mins
1405Wed4:24AM6:25PM14 hrs, 1 mins
1506Thu4:22AM6:25PM14 hrs, 3 mins
1607Fri4:21AM6:26PM14 hrs, 5 mins
1708Sat4:20AM6:27PM14 hrs, 7 mins
1809Sun4:18AM6:27PM14 hrs, 9 mins
1910Mon4:17AM6:28PM14 hrs, 11 mins
2011Tue4:16AM6:29PM14 hrs, 13 mins
2112Wed4:14AM6:29PM14 hrs, 15 mins
2213Thu4:13AM6:30PM14 hrs, 17 mins
2314Fri4:11AM6:31PM14 hrs, 20 mins
2415Sat4:10AM6:31PM14 hrs, 21 mins
2516Sun4:09AM6:32PM14 hrs, 23 mins
2617Mon4:07AM6:33PM14 hrs, 26 mins
2718Tue4:06AM6:33PM14 hrs, 27 mins
2819Wed4:05AM6:34PM14 hrs, 29 mins
2920Thu4:03AM6:35PM14 hrs, 32 mins
3021Fri4:02AM6:35PM14 hrs, 33 mins

Ramadan 2023 Sehri Iftar timings in Quetta

123 MarThu5:13AM6:45PM13 hrs, 32 mins
224Fri5:11AM6:46PM13 hrs, 35 mins
325Sat5:10AM6:46PM13 hrs, 36 mins
426Sun5:09AM6:47PM13 hrs, 38 mins
527Mon5:07AM6:48PM13 hrs, 41 mins
628Tue5:06AM6:48PM13 hrs, 42 mins
729Wed5:05AM6:49PM13 hrs, 44 mins
830Thu5:03AM6:49PM13 hrs, 46 mins
931Fri5:02AM6:50PM13 hrs, 48 mins
1001 AprSat5:01AM6:51PM13 hrs, 50 mins
1102Sun4:59AM6:51PM13 hrs, 52 mins
1203Mon4:58AM6:52PM13 hrs, 54 mins
1304Tue4:57AM6:52PM13 hrs, 55 mins
1405Wed4:55AM6:53PM13 hrs, 58 mins
1506Thu4:54AM6:54PM14 hrs, 0 mins
1607Fri4:53AM6:54PM14 hrs, 1 mins
1708Sat4:51AM6:55PM14 hrs, 4 mins
1809Sun4:50AM6:55PM14 hrs, 5 mins
1910Mon4:49AM6:56PM14 hrs, 7 mins
2011Tue4:47AM6:57PM14 hrs, 10 mins
2112Wed4:46AM6:57PM14 hrs, 11 mins
2213Thu4:45AM6:58PM14 hrs, 13 mins
2314Fri4:43AM6:59PM14 hrs, 16 mins
2415Sat4:42AM6:59PM14 hrs, 17 mins
2516Sun4:41AM7:00PM14 hrs, 19 mins
2617Mon4:39AM7:00PM14 hrs, 21 mins
2718Tue4:38AM7:01PM14 hrs, 23 mins
2819Wed4:37AM7:02PM14 hrs, 25 mins
2920Thu4:36AM7:02PM14 hrs, 26 mins
3021Fri4:34AM7:03PM14 hrs, 29 mins

Ramadan 2023 Sehri Iftar timings in Peshawar

123 MarThu4:50AM6:27PM13 hrs, 37 mins
224Fri4:49AM6:28PM13 hrs, 39 mins
325Sat4:47AM6:29PM13 hrs, 42 mins
426Sun4:46AM6:30PM13 hrs, 44 mins
527Mon4:44AM6:30PM13 hrs, 46 mins
628Tue4:43AM6:31PM13 hrs, 48 mins
729Wed4:41AM6:32PM13 hrs, 51 mins
830Thu4:40AM6:33PM13 hrs, 53 mins
931Fri4:38AM6:33PM13 hrs, 55 mins
1001 AprSat4:37AM6:34PM13 hrs, 57 mins
1102Sun4:35AM6:35PM14 hrs, 0 mins
1203Mon4:34AM6:36PM14 hrs, 2 mins
1304Tue4:32AM6:36PM14 hrs, 4 mins
1405Wed4:31AM6:37PM14 hrs, 6 mins
1506Thu4:29AM6:38PM14 hrs, 9 mins
1607Fri4:28AM6:39PM14 hrs, 11 mins
1708Sat4:26AM6:40PM14 hrs, 14 mins
1809Sun4:25AM6:40PM14 hrs, 15 mins
1910Mon4:23AM6:41PM14 hrs, 18 mins
2011Tue4:22AM6:42PM14 hrs, 20 mins
2112Wed4:20AM6:43PM14 hrs, 23 mins
2213Thu4:19AM6:43PM14 hrs, 24 mins
2314Fri4:17AM6:44PM14 hrs, 27 mins
2415Sat4:16AM6:45PM14 hrs, 29 mins
2516Sun4:14AM6:46PM14 hrs, 32 mins
2617Mon4:13AM6:46PM14 hrs, 33 mins
2718Tue4:11AM6:47PM14 hrs, 36 mins
2819Wed4:10AM6:48PM14 hrs, 38 mins
2920Thu4:08AM6:49PM14 hrs, 41 mins
3021Fri4:07AM6:49PM14 hrs, 42 mins

Ramadan 2023 Sehri Iftar timings in Multan

123 MarThu4:55AM6:27PM13 hrs, 32 mins
224Fri4:53AM6:28PM13 hrs, 35 mins
325Sat4:52AM6:28PM13 hrs, 36 mins
426Sun4:51AM6:29PM13 hrs, 38 mins
527Mon4:49AM6:30PM13 hrs, 41 mins
628Tue4:48AM6:30PM13 hrs, 42 mins
729Wed4:47AM6:31PM13 hrs, 44 mins
830Thu4:45AM6:31PM13 hrs, 46 mins
931Fri4:44AM6:32PM13 hrs, 48 mins
1001 AprSat4:43AM6:33PM13 hrs, 50 mins
1102Sun4:41AM6:33PM13 hrs, 52 mins
1203Mon4:40AM6:34PM13 hrs, 54 mins
1304Tue4:39AM6:35PM13 hrs, 56 mins
1405Wed4:37AM6:35PM13 hrs, 58 mins
1506Thu4:36AM6:36PM14 hrs, 0 mins
1607Fri4:35AM6:36PM14 hrs, 1 mins
1708Sat4:33AM6:37PM14 hrs, 4 mins
1809Sun4:32AM6:38PM14 hrs, 6 mins
1910Mon4:31AM6:38PM14 hrs, 7 mins
2011Tue4:29AM6:39PM14 hrs, 10 mins
2112Wed4:28AM6:39PM14 hrs, 11 mins
2213Thu4:27AM6:40PM14 hrs, 13 mins
2314Fri4:26AM6:41PM14 hrs, 15 mins
2415Sat4:24AM6:41PM14 hrs, 17 mins
2516Sun4:23AM6:42PM14 hrs, 19 mins
2617Mon4:22AM6:43PM14 hrs, 21 mins
2718Tue4:20AM6:43PM14 hrs, 23 mins
2819Wed4:19AM6:44PM14 hrs, 25 mins
2920Thu4:18AM6:44PM14 hrs, 26 mins
3021Fri4:16AM6:45PM14 hrs, 29 mins
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