Asslamualaikum visitors. We will know about Mahe Ramadan Calendar 2023 and Sehri – Ifter time table. Ramadan is a holy month in the Islamic calendar and is observed by Muslims all over the world. The dates for Ramadan 2023 will vary depending on the sighting of the moon. However, based on astronomical calculations, the expected dates for Ramadan 2023 are as follows:
Ramadan 2023, Hizri 1444 would be started from Thursday, 23 March 2023 in the most of the country of the world. But the Bangladeshi Muslims will start it later a day from Friday, 24 March 2023 for their geographical position and it would continue until Friday, 22 April 2023 and hopefully Eid ul Fitr would be celebrate after 30 days on 23 April 2023
Mahe Ramadan Calendar 2023
Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, and it is considered the holiest month for Muslims. During this month, Muslims observe fasting from dawn to dusk, perform additional prayers, and engage in acts of charity and kindness.
To find a Ramadan calendar for 2023, you can search online for local Islamic centers, mosques, or organizations in your area. They usually publish a timetable for the start and end of Ramadan and the times for the daily prayers and the breaking of the fast.
You can also check online for Ramadan calendars that provide a comprehensive schedule of the month, including the timings for Suhoor (pre-dawn meal) and Iftar (breaking of the fast), along with the recommended prayers and other activities.
It is important to note that the exact dates of Ramadan may vary depending on the sighting of the moon, so it is always best to confirm the dates with your local Islamic community or authorities.
Ramadan Calendar With Sehri and Iftar 2023
Here is a tentative calendar for the month of Ramadan 2023 for Mahe, Seychelles (please note that exact dates may vary based on local moon sightings and local customs):
1st 10 Days
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2nd 10 Days
3rd 10 Days
During the month of Ramadan, Muslims fast from dawn until sunset and engage in extra prayers and charitable activities. The month of Ramadan is a time for spiritual reflection and self-improvement.
Ramadan 2022, Hizri 1443 was started from 03 April 2022 and ended in 02 may 2022 and Eid ul Fitr celebrated in Tuesay, 03 May 2022.