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UK Ramadan Timings 2024 Calendar, Sehri & Iftar Time Table

UK Ramadan Timings 2024 Calendar

The timings for the following Ramadan Timetable for 2024 has been sourced from East London Mosque and is applicable for London. Timetables for other cities can be found below.

Please note: the prayer times listed are start times however jamaat times may be different.

 

Ramadan Timetable 2024

 

Date Ramadan Fajr Sunrise Dhuhr Asr** Maghrib/
Iftar
Isha
11/03/2024

1st
Ramadan*

04:43 06:20 12:16 15:17 18:02 19:24
12/03/2024 2 04:41 06:18 12:15 15:18 18:04 19:26
13/03/2024 3 04:38 06:15 12:15 15:19 18:06 19:27
14/03/2024 4 04:36 06:13 12:15 15:20 18:07 19:28
15/03/2024 5 04:34 06:11 12:14 15:21 18:09 19:30
16/03/2024 6 04:32 06:09 12:14 15:22 18:11 19:32
17/03/2024 7 04:29 06:06 12:14 15:24 18:12 19:32
18/03/2024 8 04:27 06:04 12:14 15:25 18:14 19:34
19/03/2024 9 04:25 06:02 12:13 15:26 18:16 19:36
20/03/2024 10 04:23 05:59 12:13 15:27 18:18 19:38
21/03/2024 11 04:21 05:57 12:13 15:28 18:19 19:38
22/03/2024 12 04:20 05:55 12:12 15:29 18:21 19:40
23/03/2024 13 04:18 05:53 12:12 15:30 18:23 19:42
24/03/2024 14 04:15 05:50 12:12 15:31 18:24 19:43
25/03/2024 15 04:13 05:48 12:11 15:32 18:26 19:44
26/03/2024 16 04:12 05:46 12:11 15:33 18:28 19:46
27/03/2024 17 04:09 05:43 12:11 15:33 18:29 19:47
28/03/2024 18 04:08 05:41 12:11 15:34 18:31 19:49
29/03/2024 19 04:06 05:39 12:10 15:35 18:33 19:50
30/03/2024 20 04:04 05:37 12:10 15:36 18:34 19:51
31/03/2024 21 05:02 06:34 13:10 16:37 19:36 20:53
01/04/2024 22 05:00 06:32 13:09 16:38 19:38 20:55
02/04/2024 23 04:58 06:30 13:09 16:39 19:39 20:56
03/04/2024 24 04:56 06:28 13:09 16:40 19:41 20:57
04/04/2024 25 04:53 06:25 13:08 16:41 19:43 20:59
05/04/2024 26 04:51 06:23 13:08 16:42 19:44 21:00
06/04/2024 27 04:49 06:21 13:08 16:42 19:46 21:02
07/04/2024 28 04:47 06:19 13:08 16:43 19:48 21:04
08/04/2024 29 04:44 06:16 13:07 16:44 19:49 21:05
09/04/2024 30 04:42 06:14 13:07 16:45 19:51 21:06
10/04/2024

Eid ul-Fitr*

04:40 06:12 13:07 16:46 19:53 21:08

 

 

What is Ramadan?

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar, and it’s a special time for Muslims around the world. It’s a month of fasting, prayer, reflection, and community. During Ramadan, Muslims fast from dawn until sunset, abstaining from food, drink, smoking, and other physical needs. This fasting isn’t just about going without food; it’s also about spiritual discipline, empathy for those less fortunate, and drawing closer to God. Muslims also engage in increased prayer and recitation of the Quran during this time. At sunset, families and friends come together to break their fast with a meal called iftar, often starting with dates and water as per tradition. Ramadan is also a time for acts of charity, kindness, and self-improvement. By the end of Ramadan, Muslims celebrate Eid al-Fitr, a festive holiday marking the conclusion of fasting and a time for joyous gatherings, feasting, and giving thanks. Overall, Ramadan is a deeply spiritual and meaningful time for Muslims worldwide, emphasizing the values of compassion, self-discipline, and gratitude.

When is Ramadan and how long does it last

However, these dates can vary slightly depending on the sighting of the moon. Ramadan lasts for approximately 29 to 30 days, depending on the lunar cycle. It begins with the sighting of the new moon, marking the start of the fasting month. Throughout Ramadan, Muslims fast from dawn until sunset, refraining from food, drink, smoking, and other physical needs. The length of fasting hours can vary depending on the time of year and geographical location. At the end of Ramadan, Muslims celebrate Eid al-Fitr, a festive holiday that marks the conclusion of fasting and a time for joyous gatherings, feasting, and giving thanks. Overall, Ramadan is a sacred and meaningful time for Muslims worldwide, emphasizing spiritual reflection, self-discipline, and community unity.

Conclusion

In conclusion, Ramadan is a sacred month in the Islamic calendar, marked by fasting, prayer, reflection, and community. Muslims around the world, including in cities like London and New York, observe Ramadan with devotion and unity. From special prayers and iftar gatherings to cultural events and acts of charity, Ramadan brings people together in a spirit of compassion and shared faith. As Ramadan comes to an end, Eid al-Fitr is celebrated with joy and gratitude, marking the culmination of a month of spiritual growth and self-discipline. Through these traditions and celebrations, Ramadan fosters a sense of community, empathy, and solidarity among Muslims and non-Muslims alike, highlighting the values of compassion, generosity, and unity that are at the heart of this sacred month.

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