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Ramadan 2022 Sehri Iftar Timings: In the month of Ramadan, fasting is kept along with Sehri and Iftar. That is, the whole day has to be lived without eating and drinking. The morning is Sehri before the sun rises and Iftar takes place after the sunset.
Ramadan (Ramadan 2022The Pak month of ) is just coming to an end. On May 01, 2022, on Sunday, the Rojadars across the country have kept the 29th fast by eating Sehri. The month of Ramadan for the people who follow the Muslim religion (Sehri Timings) is very special. During this time, they not only fast, but also offer Taraweeh prayers. Apart from this, the Quran is recited during this time. During this entire holy month, fasting (Timings of IftarDo charity work. While fasting, the fasting person does not eat or drink anything after sunrise in the morning and before sunset in the evening.
While fasting during the entire Pak month, the fasting worshipers worship God and ask for forgiveness for their sins. Fasting in the month of Ramadan is said to be one of the five pillars of Islam. At this time, charity is done to keep God happy, as well as prayers are offered to get his grace. The Quran is recited during this time. Even today, the Rojedars have made the intention of fasting by eating Sehri. After this he offered Fajr prayer in the mosque.
At present, fasting is being kept in the month of Ramadan at a time when the heat in the country is breaking records every day. Scorching sun is falling across the country, which is like a challenge for the Rojedars. But even this did not dampen his enthusiasm. Now everyone is waiting for Iftar. That is, after the sunset in the evening, the fast is broken by eating dates. Let us now know the time of Iftar.
01 May 2022- What is the timing of Sehri and Iftar-
- Sehri Timing – 04:15 am
- Iftar Time – 06:59 PM
Who is called Sehri? In Islam, in the month of Ramadan, food is eaten before the sun rises in the morning, it is called Sehri. Its timing is also predetermined. Sehri is also known as Sunnah.
Who is called Iftar? When the fasting person breaks the fast by eating dates directly after sunset and after offering namaz, it is called iftar. The fast is broken in the evening after the sunset of Maghrib prayer.
Five times prayer Five times prayers are also offered in the month of Ramadan. In this, the morning prayer is called Fajr, the afternoon prayer is called Zuhr or Duhr, the evening prayer is called Asar, the evening prayer is called Maghrib and the night prayer is called Isha. .
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