Wednesday, May 31, 2023

Islamabad Ramadan Calendar 2023

According to the Islamic Hijri date 17 Rajab 1444. Islamabad Ramadan calendar 2023 time is 05:33 and Iftar time 5:47. Complete 30 days Ramadan calendar 2023 Islamabad available with PDF download.

Ramadan Calendar 2023 Islamabad

104:44 AM6:22 PM23 Mar 2023
204:43 AM6:23 PM24 Mar 2023
304:41 AM6:24 PM25 Mar 2023
404:40 AM6:24 PM26 Mar 2023
504:38 AM6:25 PM27 Mar 2023
604:37 AM6:26 PM28 Mar 2023
704:35 AM6:27 PM29 Mar 2023
804:34 AM6:27 PM30 Mar 2023
904:32 AM6:28 PM31 Mar 2023
1004:31 AM6:29 PM01 Apr 2023
1104:29 AM6:30 PM02 Apr 2023
1204:28 AM6:30 PM03 Apr 2023
1304:26 AM6:31 PM04 Apr 2023
1404:25 AM6:32 PM05 Apr 2023
1504:23 AM6:33 PM06 Apr 2023
1604:22 AM6:33 PM07 Apr 2023
1704:20 AM6:34 PM08 Apr 2023
1804:19 AM6:35 PM09 Apr 2023
1904:17 AM6:36 PM10 Apr 2023
2004:16 AM6:36 PM11 Apr 2023
2104:14 AM6:37 PM12 Apr 2023
2204:13 AM6:38 PM13 Apr 2023
2304:11 AM6:39 PM14 Apr 2023
2404:10 AM6:39 PM15 Apr 2023
2504:08 AM6:40 PM16 Apr 2023
2604:07 AM6:41 PM17 Apr 2023
2704:05 AM6:42 PM18 Apr 2023
2804:04 AM6:42 PM19 Apr 2023
2904:02 AM6:43 PM20 Apr 2023
3004:01 AM6:44 PM21 Apr 2023
Islamabad Ramadan calendar 2023

There is a few minutes difference in Fiqa Jafria Sehr o Iftar Time in Islamabad which is as follows Shia Sehri Time: 05:23 and Iftar Time: 05:57.

However, there are different variations of this name. It is called Ramadan in Arabic and other pronunciations are also common in different parts of the world like Ramzan, Ramazan, Ramadhan, and Ramathan. The Islamic calendar is usually ten to twelve days shorter than the Georgian calendar and Iftar time in Islamabad varies each year. It is a reason that a large number of people utilize the Ramadan calendar 2023 Islamabad to check Roza or Iftar time and Islamabad Sehri time.

The Muslim population living in Islamabad can remain updated with the Ramadan Calendar 2023 Islamabad and can analyze the number of fasting hours. Besides Sehri or Suhoor and Iftar’s time in Islamabad today, you can also view prayer timings, Qibla directions, and other information about Islamabad on other pages.

First Ashra Duaa

رَّبِّ ٱغْفِرْ وَٱرْحَمْ وَأَنتَ خَيْرُ ٱلرَّٰحِمِينَ
“Oh my Lord, forgive and have mercy and You are the best of those who show mercy.”

Second Ashra Duaa

رَبَّنَا فَٱغْفِرْ لَنَا ذُنُوبَنَا وَكَفِّرْ عَنَّا سَيِّـَٔاتِنَا وَتَوَفَّنَا مَعَ ٱلْأَبْرَارِ
“Lord! Therefore forgive us our sins, and remit from us our evil deeds, and make us die the death of the righteous”

Third Ashra Duaa

اَللَّهُمَّ أَجِرْنِي مِنَ النَّارِ
“O Allah! Save me from the hell’s fire.”

Azhar Ali
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