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PAKISTAN RAMADAN TIMINGS (SEHRI & IFTAR)

PAKISTAN RAMADAN TIMINGS (SEHRI & IFTAR)

 

PAKISTAN RAMADAN TIMINGS (SEHRI & IFTAR)
PAKISTAN RAMADAN TIMINGS (SEHRI & IFTAR)

Pakistan Ramadan Time consists Ramadan Calendar and Timetable 2020 for all cities of Pakistan including Lahore, Karachi, Islamabad, Rawalpindi, Faisalabad, Peshawar, Multan, Hyderabad, Gujrat, Sargodha and other cities. Ramadan Sehri Time and Iftar Time includes for date 14 April, 2020 of Karachi Sehri Time 04:51 am and Iftar Time 06:55 pm, Lahore Sehri Time 04:10 am and Iftar Time 06:32 pm, Islamabad Sehri Time 04:10 am and Iftar Time 06:39 pm. Fasting schedule as 30 Days Ramadan Calendar can be viewed here.

PAKISTAN RAMADAN TIMINGS (SEHRI & IFTAR)

RAMADAN TIMETABLE 2020 PAKISTAN

  1. City Sehr Iftar
    Karachi 04:51 am 06:55 pm
    Lahore 04:10 am 06:32 pm
    Islamabad 04:10 am 06:39 pm
    Rawalpindi 04:10 am 06:39 pm
    Peshawar 04:15 am 06:45 pm
    Quetta 04:42 am 07:00 pm
    Multan 04:24 am 06:42 pm
    Faisalabad 04:15 am 06:37 pm
    Sialkot 04:07 am 06:32 pm
    Hyderabad 04:45 am 06:50 pm
    Sukkur 04:39 am 06:50 pm
    Gujranwala 04:09 am 06:33 pm
    Kotli 04:07 am 06:36 pm

                    LATEST REVIEWS ON PAKISTAN RAMADAN TIMINGS

Karachi Ramadan Timings

Allah aap ko ajar day
Babar, Karachi Thu 05 Dec, 2019

Islamabad Ramadan Timings

Assalamualekum.. Aj ka intahaye sehr kia hai muje pta nhi chal rha 3:53 py roza band krna ha yh sehri start krni hai Plz koi guide kr sy Jazak ka Allah
Uzair Malick , Islamabad Fri 09 Aug, 2019

Karachi Ramadan Timings

Allah pak app ko jaza dain doston Superb work ma sha Allah …
Zeeshan Umer, Karachi Mon 05 Aug, 2019

Kasur Ramadan Timings

Good and help full
Moiez, Kasur Mon 24 Jun, 2019

Karachi Ramadan Timings

Namaz e fajr is at 5 am nowadays. why is there so much diffrence btw fajr azan and intihai sehr
Umm usman, Khi Wed 19 Jun, 2019

Islamabad Ramadan Timings

Mashallah Mashallah great effort .
kaleeem akhter , kayani Tue 04 Jun, 2019

Islamabad Ramadan Timings

so nice
Abdul Rasheed, Rawalpindi Mon 03 Jun, 2019

Lahore Ramadan Timings

It’s great work. Please keep it up.
Muhammad Afzal , Kasur Mon 03 Jun, 2019

Wah Ramadan Timings

Brillient work… Me is site ko 13 sal se use kr raha hon… The best sight ever…
Umar, Wah cantt Sun 02 Jun, 2019

Faisalabad Ramadan Timings

Thanks, H.W has always facilitated their users!
Ahsan, FAISALABAD Sun 02 Jun, 2019

Pakistan Ramadan Timing 2020 – Ramadan is the month of blessing for Muslims worldwide. During the whole month of Ramadan; Muslims fast and pray to seek forgiveness, blessings, and mercy of Allah Almighty. Muslims all over the world prepare for this month in advance. Checking the Ramadan timings in advance is one of the most practiced tasks. Muslims prefer to check their respective city’s Ramadan timings. The geographical location of the city plays its part in identifying the accurate Sehri & Iftar timings of every city. Pakistan Ramadan Timings 2020 are specific for Pakistan and verified according to the lunar calendar. It is confirmed after the announcement of Ramadan moon.

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar that is celebrated with furor and enthusiasm by the whole Muslim Ummah. Ramadan is the month of charity, moderation, and worship. In Pakistan, Muslims celebrate the Ramadan not only as a holy month but as a festival. In the month of Ramadan people of Pakistan observe start their fast from dawn to dusk depends on Pakistan Ramadan timings.

In Pakistan, people do special preparation for Suhoor which is early morning meal eating before observing fast and also for Iftaar a meal after sunset on which Muslims break their fast. Women in homes make new dishes to entertain their families on Suhoor and Iftaar with different delicious taste. The Suhoor and Iftaar are always dependent on Pakistan Ramadan timings. Muslims in Pakistan do arrangements to do more and special prayers along with daily prayers in mosque as per Pakistan Ramadan timings.

As we know that Ramadan is the month of giving and helping others and spreading love among people. Muslims are obligate to be kind and increase their helpful activities during the month of Ramadan. The people of Pakistan are every Ramadan host more than a thousand Iftaar dhastarkhuwan on the roadside. Countless individuals either separately or all things considered organize Iftaar close to streets for needy individuals and travelers to get additional blessings of Allah. Normally in roadside Iftaar dhastarkhuwan, they served jalebi, samosas, pakoras and namak para, fruits, juices other than the dates and water. This tradition is practiced in Pakistan for more than two decades. In the roadside Iftaar, thousands of people break their fast together on Pakistan Ramadan timing regardless of gender, class, and race on a daily basis.

There are a variety of customs to follow their traditions and rituals during the holy month of Ramadan in Pakistan. Mostly men go to offer Isha prayer along with Tarawih on Pakistan Ramadan timings with the congregation and often choose to stay at the mosque late night for offering some additional prayers for Ramadan and earn extra good deeds. While women in Pakistan during the month of Ramadan offer prayer along with Tarawih in night depends on Pakistan Ramadan timing perform it in their homes sometimes individually or sometimes in the gathering of other women. Some mosques in Pakistan also provide space for Women to offer Tarawih and Isha prayers. Mosques in Pakistan are more occupied and jam-packed in Ramadan as compare to other Islamic months.

The Last Ashra of Ramadan is known as Days of Seeking Refuge in which Muslims try to find Laylatul Qadar the night of power. During the last 10 days, many Muslim men and women in different countries and in Pakistan do seclusion. Women do seclusion in homes and men do in mosques for 10 days according to Pakistan Ramadan timings.

The Ramadan lasts for 29 to 30 days and its end when Ruet-e-Hilal Committee announces the moon of the month of Shawal. After the announcement, Muslims of Pakistan celebrate Chand Raat on the last Ramadan according to Pakistan Ramadan timings. On chand Raat Muslims of Pakistan do arrangements to celebrate Eid ul Fitr on the next day which is observed on the First day of the month of Shawal.

Find today Sehri & Iftar Ramadan Times in Pakistan. Fasting timetable (Roza) and schedule according to Pakistan for different Fiqa as Hanafi (Sunni) and Fiqa Jafria (Shia). As Holy Ramadan is the month of Fasting for all Muslims around the World and the Sehri & Iftar timing depends on Sunrise Sunset that is why Hamariweb.com provides Pakistan Ramadan calendar 2020 with complete month schedule according to cities get updated sehri & iftari Pakistan Ramadan calendar 2020. Search designed Ramadan calendar 2020, especially for both fiqh Jafri & Hanafi. Find accurate fiqa Jafria iftar time, fiqa Hanafi iftar time, fiqa Jafria sehri time & fiqa Hanafi sehri time. Stay connected hamariweb.com this Ramadan for Sehri & Iftar Times.

What People Ask About Ramadan Time 2020? Question & Answer (Q & A)

Q: What is Ramadan Time in Pakistan?

Ramadan Time 2020 in Karachi is, SEHR 04:51 AM and IFTAR 06:55 PM

Q: What is Sehri time in Pakistan?

Today Sehri Time in Karachi is 04:51 AM on 14 Apr 2020

Q: What is Iftar Time in Pakistan?

Today Iftar Time in Karachi is 06:55 PM on 14 Apr 2020

Q: What is Ramadan Start Date in Pakistan and End Date?

Ramadan Start: Apr 24, 2020 & Ramadan End: May 23, 2020. It is generally observed that Ramadan starts one day later in some parts of the world majorly in sub-content including India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and many other countries.

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