Ramadan 2024 Calendar: Sehri and Iftar Times

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Ramadan 2024: Ramadan is the holy month for Muslims, celebrated around the world. Ramadan is the 9th month in the Islamic calendar. This month is marked by celebrations among Muslims as they fast from sunrise to sunset and offer prayers to Allah. Ramadan 2024 is followed by Iftar and Sehri, the importance of which is well-known among Muslims. At the end of Ramadan, Muslims celebrate Eid Ul Fitr. If you are also a Muslim or will be celebrating Ramadan in 2024, then you should be aware of the timing of Sehri and Iftar. This article will tell you the Sehri and Iftar times according to the Ramadan 2024 Calendar.

Ramadan 2024 Calendar


Date Deadline for Sehri Iftar Timings
12 March, 2024 5:16 AM 6:28 PM
13 March, 2024 5:15 AM 6:29 PM
14 March, 2024 5:14 AM 6:29 PM
15 March, 2024 5:13 AM 6:30 PM
16 March, 2024 5:11 AM 6:31 PM
17 March, 2024 5:10 AM 6:31 PM
18 March, 2024 5:09 AM 6:32 PM
19 March, 2024 5:08 AM 6:32 PM
20 March, 2024 5:07 AM 6:33 PM
21 March, 2024 5:05 AM 6:33 PM
22 March, 2024 5:04 AM 6:34 PM
23 March, 2024 5:03 AM 6:34 PM
24 March, 2024 5:02 AM 6:35 PM
25 March, 2024 5:00 AM 6:36 PM
26 March, 2024 4:59 AM 6:36 PM
27 March, 2024 4:58 AM 6:37 PM
28 March, 2024 4:57 AM 6:37 PM
29 March, 2024 4:55 AM 6:38 PM
30 March, 2024 4:54 AM 6:38 PM
31 March, 2024 4:53 AM 6:39 PM
1 April, 2024 4:52 AM 6:39 PM
2 April, 2024 4:50 AM 6:40 PM
3 April, 2024 4:49 AM 6:41 PM
4 April, 2024 4:48 AM 6:41 PM
5 April, 2024 4:47 AM 6:42 PM
6 April, 2024 4:45 AM 6:42 PM
7 April, 2024 4:44 AM 6:43 PM
8 April, 2024 4:43 AM 6:43 PM
9 April, 2024 4:41 AM 6:44 PM

Please note that Iftar and Sehri times during Ramadan 2024 will vary from city to city. To find out the exact times, it is recommended that you contact your nearest masjid.

When will Ramadan be celebrated in 2024?

According to the Islamic calendar, Ramadan begins in India on 12 March, followed by the sighting of the moon. This holy month follows the phases of the moon, known as the lunar cycle, so Ramadan falls 10 days earlier each year in the Gregorian calendar.

The Ramadan crescent is usually sighted first in Saudi Arabia and some western countries and then celebrated a day later in India, Bangladesh, Pakistan and some other countries.

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