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Ramadan Calendar 2022 for All Muslims

Ramadan Calendar 2022

Here you can get the Ramadan calendar 2022, the Ramadan calendar is a complete timetable. For sehri and iftar timings the Ramadan schedule for each city is slightly different. Any confusion regarding the Ramadan 2022 timetable can be avoided by looking at these tables and that is why this article will prove to be your go-to place for checking the Ramadan timetable.

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. It is observed by Muslims all over the world as a month of fasting, prayer, and meditation.

It is stated in the Quran that Allah says, “O you who believe, fasting is prescribed for you as it was prescribed for those before you, that you may develop God-consciousness.” (Quran 2:183)

 It is the memorial of Muhammad’s (peace be upon him) first revelation. The annual rite of Ramadan is esteemed as one of the Five Pillars of Islam. It lasts for twenty-nine or thirty days. The time is calculated from one sighting of the crescent to the next.

“The month of Ramadan (is the month) in which the Qur’an has been sent down as guidance for mankind containing clear signs which lead (to the straight road) and distinguishing (the truth from falsehood).” (Q 2:185)

Fasting from dawn to sunset is mandatory for all adult Muslims. Those who are not acutely or chronically ill, travelling, aged, breastfeeding, diabetic, or menstruating must observe fast.

The early morning meal is called suhur, whereas the nightly dinner that breaks the fast is called iftar.

Fatwas have been put out declaring that Muslims who live in areas with a midnight sun should follow the timetable of Mecca. However, it is a formal exercise to observe the timetable of the closest country in which night can be differentiated from daytime.

The rewards of fasting are expected to be increased during Ramadan. Accordingly, Muslims abstain not only from food and drink, but also from tobacco products, sexual relations, and sinful behaviour, especially during this month. They dedicate themselves to prayer and recitation of the Holy Quran.

Ramadan is the month in which the first ayah of the Quran was conveyed to the Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him more than 1,400 years ago.

Throughout this sacred month, Muslims fast from before the sunrise, or Fajr to the sunset prayer called the Maghreb۔

Ramadan Calendar 2022

Ramadan Calendar 2022 Islamabad
RamadanDateSehri TimeIftar Time
1.02 April 202204:29 AM6:30 PM
2.03 April 202204:27 AM6:31 PM
3.04 April 202204:26 AM6:31 PM
4.05 April 202204:24 AM6:32 PM
5.06 April 202204:23 AM6:33 PM
6.07 April 202204:21 AM6:34 PM
7.08 April 202204:20 AM6:34 PM
8.09 April 202204:18 AM6:35 PM
9.10 April 202204:17 AM6:36 PM
10.11 April 202204:15 AM6:37 PM
11.12 April 202204:14 AM6:37 PM
12.13 April 202204:12 AM6:38 PM
13.14 April 202204:11 AM6:39 PM
14.15 April 202204:09 AM6:40 PM
15.16 April 202204:08 AM6:40 PM
16.17 April 202204:07 AM6:41 PM
17.18 April 202204:05 AM6:42 PM
18.19 April 202204:04 AM6:43 PM
19.20 April 202204:02 AM6:43 PM
20.21 April 202204:01 AM6:44 PM
21.22 April 202203:59 AM6:45 PM
22.23 April 202203:58 AM6:46 PM
23.24 April 202203:56 AM6:46 PM
24.25 April 202203:55 AM6:47 PM
25.26 April 202203:54 AM6:48 PM
26.27 April 202203:52 AM6:49 PM
27.28 April 202203:51 AM6:49 PM
28.29 April 202203:50 AM6:50 PM
29.30 April 202203:48 AM6:51 PM
30.01 May 202203:47 AM6:52 PM
Ramadan Calendar 2022 Lahore
RamadanDateSehri TimeIftar Time
1.02 April 202204:27 AM6:24 PM
2.03 April 202204:26 AM6:24 PM
3.04 April 202204:24 AM6:25 PM
4.05 April 202204:23 AM6:26 PM
5.06 April 202204:21 AM6:26 PM
6.07 April 202204:20 AM6:27 PM
7.08 April 202204:19 AM6:28 PM
8.09 April 202204:17 AM6:28 PM
9.10 April 202204:16 AM6:29 PM
10.11 April 202204:15 AM6:30 PM
11.12 April 202204:13 AM6:30 PM
12.13 April 202204:12 AM6:31 PM
13.14 April 202204:10 AM6:32 PM
14.15 April 202204:09 AM6:32 PM
15.16 April 202204:08 AM6:33 PM
16.17 April 202204:06 AM6:34 PM
17.18 April 202204:05 AM6:34 PM
18.19 April 202204:04 AM6:35 PM
19.20 April 202204:02 AM6:36 PM
20.21 April 202204:01 AM6:36 PM
21.22 April 202204:00 AM6:37 PM
22.23 April 202203:58 AM6:38 PM
23.24 April 202203:57 AM6:38 PM
24.25 April 202203:56 AM6:39 PM
25.26 April 202203:54 AM6:40 PM
26.27 April 202203:53 AM6:40 PM
27.28 April 202203:52 AM6:41 PM
28.29 April 202203:51 AM6:42 PM
29.30 April 202203:49 AM6:42 PM
30.01 May 202203:48 AM6:43 PM
Ramadan Calendar 2022 Karachi
RamadanDateSehri TimeIftar Time
1.02 April 202205:05 AM6:49 PM
2.03 April 202205:04 AM6:50 PM
3.04 April 202205:03 AM6:50 PM
4.05 April 202205:02 AM6:51 PM
5.06 April 202205:00 AM6:51 PM
6.07 April 202204:59 AM6:52 PM
7.08 April 202204:58 AM6:52 PM
8.09 April 202204:57 AM6:52 PM
9.10 April 202204:56 AM6:53 PM
10.11 April 202204:55 AM6:53 PM
11.12 April 202204:54 AM6:54 PM
12.13 April 202204:53 AM6:54 PM
13.14 April 202204:52 AM6:55 PM
14.15 April 202204:50 AM6:55 PM
15.16 April 202204:49 AM6:56 PM
16.17 April 202204:48 AM6:56 PM
17.18 April 202204:47 AM6:56 PM
18.19 April 202204:46 AM6:57 PM
19.20 April 202204:45 AM6:57 PM
20.21 April 202204:44 AM6:58 PM
21.22 April 202204:43 AM6:58 PM
22.23 April 202204:42 AM6:59 PM
23.24 April 202204:41 AM6:59 PM
24.25 April 202204:40 AM7:00 PM
25.26 April 202204:39 AM7:00 PM
26.27 April 202204:38 AM7:01 PM
27.28 April 202204:37 AM7:01 PM
28.29 April 202204:36 AM7:02 PM
29.30 April 202204:35 AM7:02 PM
30.01 May 202204:34 AM7:03 PM
Ramadan Calendar 2022 Quetta
RamadanDateSehri TimeIftar Time
1.02 April 202204:58 AM6:52 PM
2.03 April 202204:57 AM6:53 PM
3.04 April 202204:56 AM6:53 PM
4.05 April 202204:54 AM6:54 PM
5.06 April 202204:53 AM6:55 PM
6.07 April 202204:52 AM6:55 PM
7.08 April 202204:50 AM6:56 PM
8.09 April 202204:49 AM6:56 PM
9.10 April 202204:48 AM6:57 PM
10.11 April 202204:46 AM6:58 PM
11.12 April 202204:45 AM6:58 PM
12.13 April 202204:44 AM6:59 PM
13.14 April 202204:42 AM7:00 PM
14.15 April 202204:41 AM7:00 PM
15.16 April 202204:40 AM7:01 PM
16.17 April 202204:38 AM7:01 PM
17.18 April 202204:37 AM7:02 PM
18.19 April 202204:36 AM7:03 PM
19.20 April 202204:35 AM7:03 PM
20.21 April 202204:33 AM7:04 PM
21.22 April 202204:32 AM7:05 PM
22.23 April 202204:31 AM7:05 PM
23.24 April 202204:30 AM7:06 PM
24.25 April 202204:28 AM7:07 PM
25.26 April 202204:27 AM7:07 PM
26.27 April 202204:26 AM7:08 PM
27.28 April 202204:25 AM7:08 PM
28.29 April 202204:23 AM7:09 PM
29.30 April 202204:22 AM7:10 PM
30.01 May 202204:21 AM7:10 PM
Ramadan Calendar 2022 Faisalabad
RamadanDateSehri TimeIftar Time
1.02 April 202204:32 AM6:29 PM
2.03 April 202204:31 AM6:29 PM
3.04 April 202204:30 AM6:30 PM
4.05 April 202204:28 AM6:30 PM
5.06 April 202204:27 AM6:31 PM
6.07 April 202204:25 AM6:32 PM
7.08 April 202204:24 AM6:32 PM
8.09 April 202204:23 AM6:33 PM
9.10 April 202204:21 AM6:34 PM
10.11 April 202204:20 AM6:34 PM
11.12 April 202204:18 AM6:35 PM
12.13 April 202204:17 AM6:36 PM
13.14 April 202204:16 AM6:36 PM
14.15 April 202204:14 AM6:37 PM
15.16 April 202204:13 AM6:38 PM
16.17 April 202204:12 AM6:38 PM
17.18 April 202204:10 AM6:39 PM
18.19 April 202204:09 AM6:40 PM
19.20 April 202204:08 AM6:40 PM
20.21 April 202204:06 AM6:41 PM
21.22 April 202204:05 AM6:42 PM
22.23 April 202204:04 AM6:43 PM
23.24 April 202204:02 AM6:43 PM
24.25 April 202204:01 AM6:44 PM
25.26 April 202204:00 AM6:45 PM
26.27 April 202203:58 AM6:45 PM
27.28 April 202203:57 AM6:46 PM
28.29 April 202203:56 AM6:47 PM
29.30 April 202203:55 AM6:47 PM
30.01 May 202203:53 AM6:48 PM
Ramadan Calendar 2022 Peshawar
RamadanDateSehri TimeIftar Time
1.02 April 202204:34 AM6:36 PM
2.03 April 202204:33 AM6:37 PM
3.04 April 202204:31 AM6:37 PM
4.05 April 202204:30 AM6:38 PM
5.06 April 202204:28 AM6:39 PM
6.07 April 202204:27 AM6:40 PM
7.08 April 202204:25 AM6:41 PM
8.09 April 202204:24 AM6:41 PM
9.10 April 202204:22 AM6:42 PM
10.11 April 202204:21 AM6:43 PM
11.12 April 202204:19 AM6:44 PM
12.13 April 202204:18 AM6:44 PM
13.14 April 202204:16 AM6:45 PM
14.15 April 202204:15 AM6:46 PM
15.16 April 202204:13 AM6:47 PM
16.17 April 202204:12 AM6:47 PM
17.18 April 202204:10 AM6:48 PM
18.19 April 202204:09 AM6:49 PM
19.20 April 202204:07 AM6:50 PM
20.21 April 202204:06 AM6:50 PM
21.22 April 202204:04 AM6:51 PM
22.23 April 202204:03 AM6:52 PM
23.24 April 202204:01 AM6:53 PM
24.25 April 202204:00 AM6:54 PM
25.26 April 202203:59 AM6:54 PM
26.27 April 202203:57 AM6:55 PM
27.28 April 202203:56 AM6:56 PM
28.29 April 202203:54 AM6:57 PM
29.30 April 202203:53 AM6:57 PM
30.01 May 202203:52 AM6:58 PM
Ramadan Calendar 2022 Multan
RamadanDateSehri TimeIftar Time
1.02 April 202204:40 AM6:34 PM
2.03 April 202204:39 AM6:35 PM
3.04 April 202204:38 AM6:36 PM
4.05 April 202204:36 AM6:36 PM
5.06 April 202204:35 AM6:37 PM
6.07 April 202204:34 AM6:37 PM
7.08 April 202204:32 AM6:38 PM
8.09 April 202204:31 AM6:39 PM
9.10 April 202204:30 AM6:39 PM
10.11 April 202204:28 AM6:40 PM
11.12 April 202204:27 AM6:40 PM
12.13 April 202204:26 AM6:41 PM
13.14 April 202204:25 AM6:42 PM
14.15 April 202204:23 AM6:42 PM
15.16 April 202204:22 AM6:43 PM
16.17 April 202204:21 AM6:44 PM
17.18 April 202204:19 AM6:44 PM
18.19 April 202204:18 AM6:45 PM
19.20 April 202204:17 AM6:45 PM
20.21 April 202204:15 AM6:46 PM
21.22 April 202204:14 AM6:47 PM
22.23 April 202204:13 AM6:47 PM
23.24 April 202204:12 AM6:48 PM
24.25 April 202204:10 AM6:49 PM
25.26 April 202204:09 AM6:49 PM
26.27 April 202204:08 AM6:50 PM
27.28 April 202204:07 AM6:51 PM
28.29 April 202204:06 AM6:51 PM
29.30 April 202204:04 AM6:52 PM
30.01 May 202204:03 AM6:53 PM

source; propakistani

What does Ramadan celebrate?

Ramadan is a religious month of fasting. It is a time of meditation and prayer for Muslims.  It is celebrated as the month during which Muhammad received the foremost revelations of the Holy Book, the Quran.

What food is eaten during Ramadan?

During Ramadan, some food items are famous among Muslims.

Traditionally, the Ramadan fast is broken with dates. Apart from thatKeema Samosa, pakora, chana chat, Dahi bary, fruit chat, Haleem and Kebabs are preferred in the Eastern countries. But all over the world, Muslims enjoy different meals according to their taste.

Why do Muslims fast during Ramadan?

Muslims have faith that Ramadan instructs them to practice self-discipline, self-control, sacrifice, and empathy for those who are less fortunate. Thus it encourages deeds of benevolence and mandatory charity zakat along with sadaqah which is voluntary charity.

Fasting helps infuse compassion for the poor.

What are the Ramadan rules?

During the full month of Ramadan, Muslims are obligated to fast every day from dawn to sunset. Fasting employs abstinence from food and drink.

The common procedure is to fast from dawn to sunset.

Muslims dedicate more time to prayer and deeds of charity, striving to boost their self-discipline, encouraged by the following hadith:

“When Ramadan arrives, the gates of Paradise are opened and the gates of hell are locked up and devils are put in chains.”

Fasting And Other Good Deeds

Fasting during Ramadan

Ramadan is a time of religious consideration, self-improvement, commitment and worship. Muslims put more effort into pursuing the teachings of Islam.

 The act of fasting diverts the heart away from worldly activities, its purpose being to clean the soul by clearing it from impurities.

Suhoor

Each day, before dawn, Muslims have a pre-fast meal called the suhoor. It gives them the strength to remain without food for the rest of the day. After a short time before dawn, Muslims offer the first prayer of the day, Fajr.

Iftar

At sunset, families break their fast. Usually, they break it by eating dates to commemorate Muhammad’s peace be upon him the exercise of breaking the fast with three dates.

Zakāt

It is the fixed proportion of earnings a follower of Islam is obliged to give to the poor. It is mandatory as one of the pillars of Islam.

Good deeds are awarded more during Ramadan than at any other time of the year. So, many Muslims donate a larger portion of their annually zakāt during this month.

Nightly prayers or Tarawih

Tarawih is additional prayers conducted during the month of Ramadan after Isha, the last mandatory prayer of that day.

Recitation of the Quran

Muslims read the entire Quran, which comprises thirty sections, over the thirty days of Ramadan.

Tasbih

Remembrance of Almighty Allah in any way is called Tasbih. Apart from obligatory prayers, tasbih is also an important ibadah.

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