Saudi Arabia is a Muslim country in the world with a population of 276,038, of which 100% are Muslims whose state religion is Islam. Saudi Arabia is the largest Arab country in the world with an area of 21,000 square kilometers. 87 to 90 percent of the world’s Muslims are Sunni. The devout Muslims of Saudi Arabia and the expatriate Bangladeshi Muslims living in Saudi Arabia observe Ramadan fasting.
They want to know the exact Sehri and Iftar schedule of Ramadan and start the calendar. For all these expatriate Bangladeshis and Bengali speaking Muslims in Saudi Arabia we will attach this full month calendar which will give you detailed information about the schedule of full month Sehri and Iftar from here.
Ramadan Sehri and Iftar schedule of Ramadan
If you live in Bangladesh living in Saudi Arabia and have become a Bengali speaker in Saudi Arabia, you can easily collect and download a calendar containing the full month of Ramadan Sehri and Iftar schedule from our website. You can also find detailed information about Ramadan on our website.
Ramadan Schedule 2022 Saudi Arabia
|Medina||04:56 AM||06:38 PM|
|Sultanah||04:56 AM||06:38 PM|
|Aad Dammam||04:12 AM||05:57 PM|
|Buraidah||04:37 AM||06:21 PM|
|Riyadh||04:27 AM||06:09 PM|
|Jeddah||05:00 AM||06:38 PM|
|Mecca||04:58 AM||06:36 PM|
|Taif||04:56 AM||06:33 PM|
|Khamis Mushayet||04:49 AM||06:23 PM|
|Tabuk||05:04 AM||06:51 PM|
Ramadan Calendar 2022 Riyadh
|1||04:24 AM||7:10 p.m.||02 April 2022|
|2||04:23 AM||6:11 p.m.||03 April 2022|
|3||04:22 AM||6:11 p.m.||04 April 2022|
|4||04:21 AM||6:12 p.m.||05 April 2022|
|5||04:19 AM||6:12 p.m.||06 April 2022|
|6||04:18 AM||6:13 p.m.||07 April 2022|
|7||04:17 AM||6:13 p.m.||08 April 2022|
|8||04:16 AM||6:13 p.m.||09 April 2022|
|9||04:15 AM||7:14 p.m.||10 April 2022|
|10||04:14 AM||7:14 p.m.||11 April 2022|
|11||04:13 AM||7:15 p.m.||12 April 2022|
|12||04:12 AM||7:15 p.m.||13 April 2022|
|13||04:11 AM||6:16 p.m.||14 April 2022|
|14||04:10 AM||6:16 p.m.||15 April 2022|
|15||04:08 AM||6:16 p.m.||16 April 2022|
|16||04:07 AM||6:16 p.m.||17 April 2022|
|17||04:06 AM||6:16 p.m.||18 April 2022|
|18||04:05 AM||6:16 p.m.||19 April 2022|
|19||04:04 AM||6:16 p.m.||20 April 2022|
|20||04:03 AM||6:19 p.m.||21 April 2022|
|21||04:02 AM||6:19 p.m.||22 April 2022|
|22||04:01 AM||6:20 p.m.||23 April 2022|
|23||04:00 AM||6:20 p.m.||24 April 2022|
|24||03:59 AM||6:21 PM||25 April 2022|
|25||03:58 AM||6:21 PM||26 April 2022|
|26||03:57 AM||6:22 PM||27 April 2022|
|27||03:56 AM||6:22 PM||28 April 2022|
|28||03:55 AM||6:22 PM||29 April 2022|
|29||03:54 AM||6:23 p.m.||30 April 2022|
|30||03:53 AM||6:23 p.m.||01 May 2022|
Ramadan Calendar 2022 Mecca
|1||04:55 AM||6:37 p.m.||02 April 2022|
|2||04:54 AM||6:37 p.m.||03 April 2022|
|3||04:53 AM||6:37 p.m.||04 April 2022|
|4||04:52 AM||6:37 p.m.||05 April 2022|
|5||04:51 AM||6:37 p.m.||06 April 2022|
|6||04:50 AM||6:37 p.m.||07 April 2022|
|7||04:49 AM||6:39 p.m.||08 April 2022|
|8||04:48 AM||6:39 p.m.||09 April 2022|
|9||04:47 AM||6:39 p.m.||10 April 2022|
|10||04:46 AM||6:40 p.m.||11 April 2022|
|11||04:45 AM||6:40 p.m.||12 April 2022|
|12||04:44 AM||6:40 p.m.||13 April 2022|
|13||04:43 AM||6:41 p.m.||14 April 2022|
|14||04:42 AM||6:41 p.m.||15 April 2022|
|15||04:41 AM||6:41 p.m.||16 April 2022|
|16||04:40 AM||6:42 p.m.||17 April 2022|
|17||04:39 AM||6:42 p.m.||18 April 2022|
|18||04:38 AM||6:42 p.m.||19 April 2022|
|19||04:37 AM||6:43 p.m.||20 April 2022|
|20||04:37 AM||6:43 p.m.||21 April 2022|
|21||04:36 AM||6:44 p.m.||22 April 2022|
|22||04:35 AM||6:44 p.m.||23 April 2022|
|23||04:34 AM||6:44 p.m.||24 April 2022|
|24||04:33 AM||6:45 p.m.||25 April 2022|
|25||04:32 AM||6:45 p.m.||26 April 2022|
|26||04:31 AM||6:45 p.m.||27 April 2022|
|27||04:30 AM||6:46 p.m.||28 April 2022|
|28||04:29 AM||6:46 p.m.||29 April 2022|
|29||04:29 AM||6:46 p.m.||30 April 2022|
|30||04:28 AM||6:46 p.m.||01 May 2022|
Ramadan Calendar 2022 Jeddah
|1||04:57 AM||6:39 p.m.||02 April 2022|
|2||04:56 AM||6:40 p.m.||03 April 2022|
|3||04:55 AM||6:40 p.m.||04 April 2022|
|4||04:54 AM||6:40 p.m.||05 April 2022|
|5||04:53 AM||6:41 p.m.||06 April 2022|
|6||04:52 AM||6:41 p.m.||07 April 2022|
|7||04:51 AM||6:41 p.m.||08 April 2022|
|8||04:50 AM||6:42 p.m.||09 April 2022|
|9||04:49 AM||6:42 p.m.||10 April 2022|
|10||04:48 AM||6:42 p.m.||11 April 2022|
|11||04:47 AM||6:43 p.m.||12 April 2022|
|12||04:47 AM||6:43 p.m.||13 April 2022|
|13||04:46 AM||6:43 p.m.||14 April 2022|
|14||04:45 AM||6:44 p.m.||15 April 2022|
|15||04:44 AM||6:44 p.m.||16 April 2022|
|16||04:43 AM||6:44 p.m.||17 April 2022|
|17||04:42 AM||6:45 p.m.||18 April 2022|
|18||04:41 AM||6:45 p.m.||19 April 2022|
|19||04:40 AM||6:45 p.m.||20 April 2022|
|20||04:39 AM||6:46 p.m.||21 April 2022|
|21||04:38 AM||6:46 p.m.||22 April 2022|
|22||04:37 AM||6:46 p.m.||23 April 2022|
|23||04:36 AM||6:46 p.m.||24 April 2022|
|24||04:35 AM||6:46 p.m.||25 April 2022|
|25||04:34 AM||6:46 p.m.||26 April 2022|
|26||04:33 AM||6:46 p.m.||27 April 2022|
|27||04:33 AM||6:46 p.m.||28 April 2022|
|28||04:32 AM||6:49 p.m.||29 April 2022|
|29||04:31 AM||6:49 p.m.||30 April 2022|
|30||04:30 AM||Evening p.m.||01 May 2022|
Ramadan Calendar 2022 Dammam
|1||04:08 AM||5:57 p.m.||02 April 2022|
|2||04:07 AM||5:57 p.m.||03 April 2022|
|3||04:06 AM||5:59 p.m.||04 April 2022|
|4||04:05 AM||5:59 p.m.||05 April 2022|
|5||04:04 AM||7:00 pm||06 April 2022|
|6||04:03 AM||7:00 pm||07 April 2022|
|7||04:01 AM||6:01 p.m.||08 April 2022|
|8||04:00 AM||6:01 p.m.||09 April 2022|
|9||03:59 AM||6:02 p.m.||10 April 2022|
|10||03:58 AM||6:02 p.m.||11 April 2022|
|11||03:57 AM||6:03 p.m.||12 April 2022|
|12||03:55 AM||6:03 p.m.||13 April 2022|
|13||03:54 AM||6:04 p.m.||14 April 2022|
|14||03:53 AM||6:04 p.m.||15 April 2022|
|15||03:52 AM||6:05 p.m.||16 April 2022|
|16||03:51 AM||6:05 p.m.||17 April 2022|
|17||03:50 AM||6:06 p.m.||18 April 2022|
|18||03:49 AM||6:06 p.m.||19 April 2022|
|19||03:47 AM||6:06 p.m.||20 April 2022|
|20||03:46 AM||6:06 p.m.||21 April 2022|
|21||03:45 AM||6:06 p.m.||22 April 2022|
|22||03:44 AM||6:06 p.m.||23 April 2022|
|23||03:43 AM||6:09 p.m.||24 April 2022|
|24||03:42 AM||6:09 p.m.||25 April 2022|
|25||03:41 AM||7:10 p.m.||26 April 2022|
|26||03:40 AM||7:10 p.m.||27 April 2022|
|27||03:39 AM||6:11 p.m.||28 April 2022|
|28||03:38 AM||6:11 p.m.||29 April 2022|
|29||03:37 AM||6:12 p.m.||30 April 2022|
|30||03:36 AM||6:13 p.m.||01 May 2022|
Meaning: God bless you! For your satisfaction, I intend to observe the obligatory fast of Ramadan Sharif tomorrow. You accept it from me. Surely Thou art the Hearing, the Knowing.
Meaning: God bless you! I have fasted for your own satisfaction and I am breaking my fast with your sustenance.
Reasons for breaking the fast:
- If you eat and drink intentionally.
- If the wife has intercourse.
- If the water goes under the hollow while doing the coolie (of course the fast will not be broken if you do not remember the fast).
- If you vomit intentionally.
- Sniffing, injecting medicine or oil into the nose or ears.
- If someone breaks the fast by force.
- When the drug reaches the brain through injection or saline.
- If you swallow gravel or fruit seeds.
- After breaking the fast thinking that it was sunset, it was seen that there was no sunset.
- If you do not intend to fast the whole month of Ramadan.
- If you swallow a large amount of food from the teeth.
- If you smoke, intentionally burn frankincense or incense.
- If you swallow vomit full of mouth.
- If you eat and drink after Sadiq in the morning thinking that there is night.
- After drinking and waking up in the morning after falling asleep with the drink in his mouth, only kaza will be obligatory.
The duty of Ramadan
In the month of Ramadan, it is obligatory to observe one month of fasting. In the Qur’an, Allaah says, ‘O you who believe! Fasting is prescribed for you, as it was prescribed for those before you; So that you may be pious. ‘ (Sura-2 Baqara, verse: 163).
Obligations of Ramadan
There are two obligatory things associated with Ramadan. For example: performing Sadaqatul Fitr and performing Eid prayers. On the morning of Eid, the one who owns or possesses the nisab amount of wealth, will pay the fitra of himself and all the members of his family. Even if one does not own the nisab amount of wealth, it is better to give sadaqatul fitra even if it is sunnat or nafl.
Circumcisions of Ramadan
There are some special circumcisions on the occasion of the month of Ramadan. Namely: to prepare for Ramadan from the months of Rajab and Shaban, to observe a large number of supererogatory fasts in the months of Rajab and Shaban and to perform the supererogatory prayers, to keep account of the lunar dates of the month of Shaban; Seeing the moon of Ramadan; Eating sahri, performing tahajjud prayers, breaking the fast, performing twenty rak’at Tarabi prayers, reciting the Holy Qur’an more and more and doing itikaf; Looking for Shabe Qadr in the odd nights of the last decade of Ramadan and reciting this prayer, ‘Allahumma innaka afuun tuhibbul afwa fafu anni.’ Meaning, ‘O Allah! You are forgiving, you like forgiveness, so forgive me. ‘
Mustahab, Mustahasan and Nafl acts of Ramadan
The special supererogatory acts of the month of Ramadan are the recitation of the Holy Qur’an more than once; Kalima Tayyib read more; Darud Sharif to be read in maximum quantity; To repent and seek forgiveness; Always perform tasbih tahlil and ziki ajkar; Engaging in religious education and religious preaching; Read religious books, Qur’an tafsir, hadith, fiqh and Islamic literature by yourself and help others to read
What are the duties of Roger? The rules of fasting
Bismillahir Rahmanir Rahim; How many obligatory fasts: There are two obligatory fasts or rukans, which combine to complete the fast E.g.
1. To intend
2. Abstain from eating and drinking
The first of the two rukans or fards of the rosary is niyat; The intention is the intention of the heart to fast in order to obey the command of Allah Almighty.
God the Almighty said,
They were not instructed except that they should worship Allah sincerely, establish prayer and pay zakat. That is the true religion.
And the Prophet said,
All actions depend on intention and man deserves what he intends.
Sahih Bukhari Hadith No. 1
Therefore, it is obligatory for the person who is fasting (such as Ramadan, Qaya, or Kaffarar) to make the intention; And intention is the work of the heart; Mouth has nothing to do with it; Its reality is to obey the command of Allah Almighty and to do any work for the purpose of gaining His satisfaction – Jame At-Tirmidhi Hadith No. 630
On the other hand, in the case of ordinary naafil fasting, it is not a condition to fast from night; On the contrary, if you do not eat anything after the dawn of Fajr, even if you intend to do it during the day, it will be enough. – Sahih Muslim Hadith No. 2605
Moreover, in the case of certain nafl (such as Arafa and Ashura) fasting, the precautionary act is to observe it from night to night.
2. Abstain from eating and drinking
From the time of Fajr till the setting of the sun, abstain from all things that spoil the state.
God the Almighty said,
That is, you eat and drink until the white thread of Fajr has become clear to you from the black thread. Then complete the fast till nightfall. – Verse 16 of Surah Baqara
The black yarn and white yarn mentioned in that verse refer to the darkness of night and the whiteness of day.
The condition of fasting
- To intend
- Abstain from all kinds of food and drink
- Abstain from sexual behavior.
4 conditions for fasting:
- Becoming a Muslim
- Growing up
- Not being disabled
- Women who abstain from menstruation.
Types of fasting
- There are five types of fasting.
Obligatory fasting: which again has four types-
- Fasting in the month of Ramadan.
- If the fast of Ramadan is broken for any reason, then he has to make up for it.
- If you break the fast of Ramadan without any reason recognized in the Shari’ah, keep 60 fasts as expiation.
- To fulfill the vow of fasting.
- If you break the naafil fast, it is obligatory to pay it later.
- Not on the month of Muharram and fasting on the tenth day.
- On the 13th, 14th, and 15th of every lunar month, every Monday and Thursday of the week, according to some Imams, it is mustahab to observe two or six fasts per week, separately in the month of Shawwal. However, according to Imam Abu Hanifa, the six fasts of Shawwal mustahab, whether together or separately.
- Mustahab and Nafl are very close acts of worship. Nafl in the simplest sense is that which is obligatory, wajib, non-circumcised worship performed with the intention of virtue. The same is true of Rosa.
What to do if the fast is broken
- To break a fast, one has to observe 60 fasts at a time. If the expiation breaks one of the 60 consecutive fasts, it has to be started anew.
- If it is not possible for anyone to observe 60 fasts, then 70 miskin should be fed twice a day. If no one is able to fast due to illness, 60 fakirs, miskin, poor or helpless should be fed twice a day.
- Slaves must be freed.
The reasons for breaking the fast in the month of Ramadan but having to do it later are as follows
- In the state of traveler
- If there is a high risk of disease
- If there is a risk of harm to the child in the womb
- There is such a hunger or thirst that there is a risk of death
- When powerless old
- If a fasting person is bitten by a snake.
- The menstrual period of women can be broken
- Reasons why you just have to work
- If ejaculation occurs due to kissing or touching the wife
- If you vomit intentionally
- Swallowing stone particles, pieces of iron, fruit seeds
- If you take the douche
- If you eat a certain amount of food but do not eat it intentionally or by mistake, you will not break the fast, but you should stop eating as soon as you remember.
- Nasal or ear medication (if it reaches the stomach)
- If it has reached the brain or stomach after giving medicine to the wound of the head
- If semen is emitted as a result of sexual intercourse other than vaginal discharge
- If the wife gives medicine to the man’s vagina
The purpose of fasting
The purpose of fasting is to gain the pleasure of Allah, to abstain from sinful deeds, and to increase one’s piety by training oneself to control one’s desires.
The Qur’an says,
O you who believe! Fasting is prescribed for you, as it was prescribed for those before you; So that you may attain taqwa. ”- Surah Al-Baqara, verse 183
The benefits of fasting
“There are two happy days for fasting. One is the time of his Iftar, and the other is the time of meeting Allah. ”- (Bukhari and Muslim)