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Ramadan Calendar 2022: Sehri & Iftar time for Bangladesh

Ramadan is one of the most important months in the Islamic calendar. Muslims around the world celebrate Ramadan as it is thought to be the month when Allah (God) passed on his final revelations to the Prophet Muhammad. In order to prepare for this important month, you need to know what time sunrise and sunset are during Ramadan so you can plan your day accordingly. This Ramadan 2022 Calendar for Bangladesh will help you plan your day by telling what time sehri and iftar are so that you can stay energized throughout the day.

Ramadan is a month of fasting and prayer, during which Muslims abstain from food, drink, smoking and sex from dawn to dusk. It is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar (Hijri), which starts in spring. Ramadan begins around the same time every year, based on the lunar cycle. This means that its date changes each year for those who observe it.

The Muslim holiday lasts for 30 days and ends with Eid ul-Fitr (the “festival of breaking fast”) celebrations lasting up to three days. The beginning and end of Ramadan are determined by moon sightings – if the new crescent moon is sighted anywhere in the world on any day throughout Ramadan then that day becomes the first day of Eid al-Fitr. Here are some things you need to know about Ramadan 2022 Calendar: Sehri & Iftar time for Bangladesh.

Ramadan 2022 Sehri & Iftar time for Bangladesh

Ramadan is the ninth month of Islamic calendar. It’s a time for fasting, prayer, and contemplation in preparation for the Day of Judgment. Ramadan is also a chance to reconnect with loved ones and those less fortunate than us (zakat). Dates are determined according to the crescent moon sighting, which means they change every year. Here’s what you need to know about Ramadan 2022 Sehri & Iftar time for Bangladesh.

Ramadan 2022 will begin in the evening of Tuesday, April 13

Schedule of Ramadan’s Sehri and Iftar 2022

Ramadan is the month of fasting and Prayer. It is also a time to reflect on our faith and learn about the Islamic prophet, Muhammad. Ramadan is a time for us to get closer to Allah and to connect with other Muslims around the world. This year, we’re publishing a calendar of all the district Ramadan events in 2022. We hope that this calendar will help you plan your Ramadan experience in the best way possible.

1st 10 Days (Rahmat)
Ramadan April/May Day Sehri (am) Iftar (pm)
1 03 April Sunday  04:27  06:19
2 04 Monday  04:26  06:19
3 05 Tuesday  04:25  06:20
4 06 Wednesday  04:24  06:20
5 07 Thursday  04:23  06:21
6 07 Friday  04:22  06:21
7 09 Saturday  04:21  06:22
8 10 Sunday  04:20  06:22
9 11 Monday  04:19  06:22
10 12 Tuesday  04:18  06:23
2nd 10 Days (Maghferat)
11 13  Wednesday 04:16 06:23
12 14 Thursday 04:15  06:23
13 15  Friday  04:14  06:24
14 16  Saturday 04:13  06:24
15 17 Sunday  04:12  06:24
16 18  Monday  04:11 06:25
17 19 Tuesday  04:10  06:25
18 20  Wednesday 04:09 06:26
19 21 Thursday 04:08 06:26
20 22  Friday 04:07  06:27
3rd 10 Days (Nazat)
21 23 Saturday 04:06 06:27
22 24  Sunday  04:05 06:28
23 25  Monday 04:05 06:28
24 26  Tuesday 04:04 06:29
25 27  Wednesday 04:03 06:29
26 28 Thursday 04:02 06:29
27 29  Friday 04:01 06:30
28 30 Saturday 04:00 06:30
29 01 May Sunday 03:59 06:31
30 02  Monday 03:58 06:31

Today’s Sehri and Iftar Time in Bangladesh

Sehri is an Islamic feast that takes place every month in central Bangladesh. Iftar is a religious feast that takes place every week in the eastern coastal city of Dhaka. In both cases, it’s an opportunity to celebrate the end of Ramadan and to eat and drink lots of food. Sehri and Iftar are also opportunities for people to learn about Islam and to connect with their Muslim neighbors.

If there is one day that Bangladesh celebrates as a national holiday, it’s Sehri. This month, Muslims around the world celebrate Sehri by fasting from dawn to dusk. The fast is supposed to help improve mental and physical health, and to thank Allah for all the blessings He has bestowed on us. And while Sehri falls on a different day every year, some of the festivities that take place during it are still very relevant. On Sehri, people gather in mosques to eat and drink, listen to religious teachings, and reflect on their lives. Some of the most common ceremonies include Quranic recitation and reading from the holy book, offering sacrifices, and visiting traditional shrines.

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