Ramadan Calendar 2023 Pakistan
The Islamic holy month of Ramadan is just around the corner, and Muslims in Pakistan are preparing for a month of fasting and prayer. To help you plan your own Ramadan activities, we’ve put together a calendar of all the important dates and events.
Ramadan will start on 23 March, and will last for 29 days. The first day of Eid ul-Fitr will be on 22 April. We wish all our Readers Muslim brothers and sisters a blessed Ramadan!
The Ramadan calendar for all cities of Pakistan is available here. you can find the sehri and iftar timings for every city of Pakistan including Karachi, Lahore, Islamabad, Peshawar, etc. just select your city from the list below and get the Ramadan timetable for that particular city.
|Karachi||05:36 AM||06:36 PM|
|Lahore||05:06 AM||06:03 PM|
|Islamabad||05:10 AM||06:06 PM|
|Rawalpindi||05:11 AM||06:07 PM|
|Peshawar||05:17 AM||06:12 PM|
|Quetta||05:36 AM||06:33 PM|
|Multan||05:18 AM||06:15 PM|
|Faisalabad||05:11 AM||06:08 PM|
|Sialkot||05:05 AM||06:01 PM|
|Hyderabad||05:31 AM||06:30 PM|
|Sukkur||05:29 AM||06:27 PM|
|Gujranwala||05:07 AM||06:03 PM|
|Kotli||05:07 AM||06:03 PM|
Ramadan Mubarak is the holiest month in the Islamic calendar. It is a time when Muslims around the world fast from dawn to dusk and focus on prayer, self-reflection, and charitable giving. The date of Ramadan varies each year, based on the lunar cycle, and falls during the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. In Pakistan, Ramadan is a time of great religious and spiritual importance. Muslims across the country observe the fast and participate in special prayer services and other activities during the month. The exact date of Ramadan varies from year to year, but it typically falls sometime between Mach and april on the Western calendar.
This year, Ramadan is expected to begin on 23 March and last for 30 days, until April 21. The first day of Ramadan will be marked by a special prayer service, held at mosques across Pakistan. During the month, Muslims will abstain from food and drink from dawn to dusk. They will also focus on prayer and religious study, and performing acts of charity. At the end of Ramadan, Muslims celebrate the Eid al-Fitr festival, which marks the end of the fasting period.
Ramadan is a time of great spiritual importance for Muslims in Pakistan. It is a chance for them to come together and strengthen their faith, as well as to perform charitable deeds and help those in need. The date of Ramadan may vary from year to year, but the spirit of the month remains the same.
Ramadan Sehri Iftar Timing 2023 in Pakistan
The Islamic holy month of Ramadan is set to begin on the evening of March 22th or 23, 2023, according to astronomical calculations.
During Ramadan, Muslims around the world abstain from eating, drinking, smoking activity from dawn to dusk. They also try to avoid negative thoughts and behaviors and focus on spiritual introspection, prayer, and good deeds.
Ramadan is a time for Muslims to focus on their faith and come closer to Allah. It is also a time for family gatherings, charity work, and festive meals. The end of Ramadan is marked by the celebration of Eid al-Fitr, which falls on the first day of the month of Shawwal.
We hope you have a blessed Ramadan!
Ramadan is a time of fasting and prayer for Muslims around the world. It is a time to reflect on the important things in life, and to remember those who are less fortunate. It is also a time for families and friends to come together and celebrate their faith.
There are many wonderful traditions associated with Ramadan, such as giving charity, spending time with family and friends, and performing acts of kindness. These are all great ways to show your support for the Muslim community and to learn more about the Islamic faith.
If you would like to learn more about Ramadan, or if you know someone who is observing this month, there are many resources available online. There are also many events taking place around the world that you can attend to learn more about this important time of year. We hope you enjoy learning more about Ramadan!