Ramadan calendar 2023 of Islamabad
The holy month of Ramadan is upon us and the believers are all set to observe the holy month with traditional zeal and enthusiasm.
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The beginning and end of Ramadan are subject to the sighting of the new moon.
Also see: Ramzan calendar 2023 for Lahore city, Pakistan
A Ramadan calendar is a calendar that is used to keep track of the dates and times during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan. It usually includes the prayer times, fasting times, and important Islamic dates and events.
A Ramadan calendar typically includes the dates of Ramadan, the prayer times for each day, the time of the pre-dawn meal (suhoor) and the evening meal (iftar), and important Islamic dates and events such as Laylatul Qadr (the Night of Power).
Ramadan calendars can be obtained from local mosques or Islamic centers, or they can be downloaded online from various websites.
To use a Ramadan calendar, you should check the calendar each day to determine the fasting times, the time for the pre-dawn meal, and the time for the evening meal. You can also use the calendar to keep track of important Islamic dates and events.
No, the start and end dates of Ramadan can vary depending on the sighting of the new moon, which can vary from country to country. As a result, different countries may follow different Ramadan calendars.
It is important to follow the guidelines and instructions provided in the Ramadan calendar, which may include advice on how to prepare for fasting, how to break the fast, and how to perform the Taraweeh prayer during Ramadan. It is also important to consult with local Islamic authorities if you have any questions or concerns about the use of the calendar.