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Ramadan 2022: 30th and last Roza of Ramadan today, Eid will be celebrated across the country tomorrow, know what is the timing of Iftar in your city

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Ramadan 2022: The month of Ramadan will end today. Those who start fasting after eating Sehri will complete the fast with Iftar in the evening.

Today Ramadan across the country (Ramadan 2022) has been kept for the last day. Tomorrow the festival of Eid will be celebrated across the country. The festival of Eid is being celebrated in the Gulf countries and western countries today. Actually, Ramadan starts a day earlier in Gulf countries and western countries than India, due to which Eid is being celebrated there today. Ramadan is the holiest month of Islam religion. People have prayed a lot in this holy month and kept fast. In the morning people got up to eat Sehri and then they offered Fajr prayers. Now all the rojadars are waiting for the evening time, when they will do iftar.

The month of Ramadan is usually of 29 or 30 days. It completely depends on the sight of the moon. However, this time the month of Ramadan has been of 30 days. During the month of Ramadan, people fasted and prayed a lot from above. In this month, people avoid wrongdoings and insist on worshiping day and night. The month of Ramadan will end today. Those who start fasting after eating Sehri will complete the fast with Iftar in the evening. There has been tremendous enthusiasm in the month of Ramadan. Now people are waiting for next year, when they will be able to fast again in this holy month of Ramadan.

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Know what is the timing of Sehri and Iftar in your city

city date Sehri Timing iftar timing
Delhi 2 May 2022 04:14 am 06:59 PM
Hyderabad 2 May 2022 04:27 am 06:58 PM
Lucknow 2 May 2022 04:03 AM 06:41 PM
Patna 2 May 2022 03:49 am 06:22 PM
Mumbai 2 May 2022 04:52 am 07:02 PM
Kolkata 2 May 2022 03:43 am 06:04 PM

Eid preparations in full swing

The festival of Eid is celebrated on the next day after the end of this holy month. It is also called Meethi Eid or Eid ul Fitr. For the last two years, the festival of Eid was fading due to the COVID lockdown and epidemic. But this time all the restrictions have been removed. This is the reason that this time there is tremendous enthusiasm about Eid. A huge crowd has been seen in the markets. In view of the festival of Eid, people have been seen reaching Jama Masjid market in Delhi for shopping.

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