Ramadan 2023 Sehri And Iftar Time | Ramadan 2023 | Ramadan 2023 Sehri | Ramadan On March 24 in Mumbai | Dua for Ramadan 2023 Sehri And Iftar
One of the holy months of the Islamic calendar is Ramadan and it is the most important month for Muslims around the globe. This year, Ramadan has already started by March 23, 2023, and it is expected to continue by the month of April 23, 2023. However, Eid is expected to be celebrated by 24 of April 2023. During this, one-month-long period of Ramadan, people observe fast which is also known as Roza. Prior to starting fasting, Muslims get up early in the morning to do sehri or their first meal and by the evening, they break their fast by eating dates and having some sips of water. Then they get a meal which is called as iftar. This is the sacred month for all believers. Moreover, the Ramadan ritual continues for 29-30 days which is from the first sight of crescent moon to the other. Not only this, but the moon sighting is important as based on the moon, the beginning and end of Ramadan is decided.
Ramadan 2023 Sehri And Iftar Time
Ramadan is the holy month and roza is an important ritual. As we observe roza we feel heat in our body which purifies the soul and burns all of the negativity, illness and other bad things from soul and even from the body. It is even scientifically proven that there are many benefits of fasting because it kills up bad bacteria and thus boosts up immunity in the human body as well. The other thought behind this holy act is that when we get away from food and water, we get to understand others’ difficulties and then get closer to Allah SWT.
Dua for Ramadan 2023 Sehri And Iftar
Dua for setting the intention to observe fast (Sehri ki dua | Suhoor Dua)
“Wa bisawmi ghaddan nawaiytu min shahri ramadan”
Dua to break the fast (Iftar ki dua | Iftar Dua )
” Allahumma inni laka sumtu wa bika aamantu wa ‘alayka tawakkaltu wa ‘ala rizq-ika aftarthu fathakabl minni”
Ramadan 2023 Start and End Date
In India, the holy month of Ramadan 2023 has already begin by the month of 23 march 2023 and is going to last for four weeks followed by the Eid-ul-Fitr. Moreover, every country observe this holy month by different day as it depends on moon sighting. All of the muslim countries in the world observe Ramadan.
Ramadan 2023 Schedule
|When does Ramadan start in India?||Thursday, March 23, 2023|
|How long is Ramadan 2023?||30 days (From March 23 to April 23)|
|When does Ramadan end?||Saturday, April 22, 2023|
|When Is Laylat al-Qadr?||On or around Monday, April 18, 2023|
|When Does Eid al-Fitr Start?||Sunday, April 23, 2023, or April 24|
How Roza is observed?
For the month of Ramadan, muslim gets up before the sunrise and have a meal called as suhoor or sehri and after the sunrise the fasting time is started. While the muslims are fasting, they cant have food or even water and after the sunset they can start with eating dates and iftar meal. Whereas, the day start with Fajr (prayer during dawn), followed by Zhuhr (midday), Asr (afternoon), Maghrib (evening) and conclude with the Isha (night).
Ramadan 2023 Sehri And Iftar Time
|DATE||SEHRI TIME||IFTAR TIME|
|23 Mar 2023||05:03 AM||6:35 PM|
|24 Mar 2023||05:01 AM||6:35 PM|
|25 Mar 2023||05:00 AM||6:36 PM|
|26 Mar 2023||04:59 AM||6:37 PM|
|27 Mar 2023||04:58 AM||6:37 PM|
|28 Mar 2023||04:56 AM||6:38 PM|
|29 Mar 2023||04:55 AM||6:38 PM|
|30 Mar 2023||04:54 AM||6:39 PM|
|31 Mar 2023||04:53 AM||6:39 PM|
|01 Apr 2023||04:51 AM||6:40 PM|
|02 Apr 2023||04:50 AM||6:40 PM|
|03 Apr 2023||04:49 AM||6:41 PM|
|04 Apr 2023||04:48 AM||6:42 PM|
|05 Apr 2023||04:46 AM||6:42 PM|
|06 Apr 2023||04:45 AM||6:43 PM|
|07 Apr 2023||04:44 AM||6:43 PM|
|08 Apr 2023||04:42 AM||6:44 PM|
|09 Apr 2023||04:41 AM||6:44 PM|
|10 Apr 2023||04:40 AM||6:45 PM|
|11 Apr 2023||04:39 AM||6:45 PM|
|12 Apr 2023||04:37 AM||6:46 PM|
|13 Apr 2023||04:36 AM||6:47 PM|
|14 Apr 2023||04:35 AM||6:47 PM|
|15 Apr 2023||04:34 AM||6:48 PM|
|16 Apr 2023||04:32 AM||6:48 PM|
|17 Apr 2023||04:31 AM||6:49 PM|
|18 Apr 2023||04:30 AM||6:49 PM|
|19 Apr 2023||04:29 AM||6:50 PM|
|20 Apr 2023||04:28 AM||6:51 PM|
|21 Apr 2023||04:26 AM||6:51 PM|
What is the Purpose of Ramadan 2023?
The holy month of Ramadan is not intended to deliver thirst, starvation and other restrictions to the faster. However, believers observe fast to purify their soul and make their home in (Jannat) heaven. So, it is even in favour for us as we get medical and soulful benefits from fasting. Thus, fasting is recommended for everyone. Not only this, but in the end when we get to the judgement day, these fasts will get in between the hell fire and human to protect the human from going hell (dozakh). Tilawat, namaz and roza will testify to god that this believer use to observe us and don’t throw them at hell.
What should we do in the month of Ramadan 2023?
During this holy month of Ramadan, we believers are recommended to do tilawat, farz and nafl namaz, plus fast as much as we can. As it will multiply the benefits and rewards. He who puts his trust, time and believe in Allah SWT then he is sufficient for him. So, we should try to double our prayer as much as we can. As the last ten nights are really important of Ramadan as those are laylatul qadr nights. These are the nights when Allah SWT showers his blessings on believers and if you offer nafl namaz the whole night only god knows the abundance of blessings that you are going to receive.