Ramzan ul Mubarak Calendar 2024

Peshawar: The Central Route Hilal Committee convened a meeting today to search for the moon of Ramadan 1444 AH. The meeting will be chaired by Maulana Syed Abdul Khabir Azad, Chairman Ruwit-e-Hilal Committee, at Charsadda Road, Peshawar.

Ramadan calendar 2024 

The first day of Ramadan 1444 AH in Pakistan will be today Sunday 11th March 2024. The holy month starts every year about two weeks earlier than the previous year, this year Ramadan is coming in cooler weather in most countries of the world including some cities in Pakistan. Ramadan may start on 11 or On March 12, fasting hours vary in different countries, with this year’s limit expected to exceed 12 hours and 17 hours.

Ramzan ul Mubarak Calendar 2024

According to the horizon of Makkah, the moon will set 26 minutes before the sun on the 29th of Sha’ban. According to Prof. Abdullah Al-Musnad, the moon of the 29th of Ramadan will be set 12 minutes before the sun according to the horizon of Makkah. The union between the sun and the moon is possible at 10 o’clock that night, but the moon will not be visible on the western horizon. Thus, Ramadan will be 30 days long.

Ramzan ul Mubarak Time of Sehr & iftaar
Ramzan ul Mubarak Calendar 2024

Punjab Zonal Committee meeting will be held at Aiwan-e-Awqaf Lahore. The services of Meteorological Department and Sparko will also be procured for moon sighting. On the other hand, Ruwit Hilal Research Council has already predicted that the month of Ramadan will be clearly visible today.

Ramzan Calendar 2024

The first day of Ramadan 1443 will be on Monday, March 11, 2024.

DateDayRamzanSehri TimeIftar Time
March 11Sunday104:31 AM06:32 PM
March 12Monday204:29 AM06:33 PM
March 13Tuesday304:28 AM06:34 PM
March 14Wednesday404:26 AM06:35 PM
March 15Thursday504:25 AM06:36 PM
March 16Friday604:23 AM06:36 PM
March 17Saturday704:21 AM06:37 PM
March 18Sunday804:20 AM06:38 PM
March 19Monday904:18 AM06:38 PM
March 20Tuesday1004:17 AM06:39 PM
March 21Wednesday1104:15 AM06:39 PM
March 22Thursday1204:14 AM06:40 PM
March 23Friday1304:12 AM06:40 PM
March 24Saturday1404:11 AM06:41 PM
March 25Sunday1504:10 AM06:42 PM
March 26Monday1604:08 AM06:42 PM
March 27Tuesday1704:07 AM06:43 PM
March 28Wednesday1804:06 AM06:44 PM
March 29Thursday1904:04 AM06:44 PM
March 30Friday2004:03 AM06:45 PM
March 31Saturday2104:01 AM06:46 PM
April 1Sunday2204:00 AM06:46 PM
April 2Monday2303:59 AM06:47 PM
April 3Tuesday2403:57 AM06:48 PM
April 4Wednesday2503:56 AM06:49 PM
April 5Thursday2603:55 AM06:50 PM
April 6Friday2703:54 AM06:50 PM
April 7Saturday2803:53 AM06:51 PM
April 8Sunday2903:52 AM06:51 PM
April 9Monday3003:51 AM06:52 PM
Eid 2023(Eid ul Fitr) in Pakistan

Ramzan ul Mubarak in the Islamic calendar

Ramzan ul Mubarak is the holy month in the Islamic calendar in which Muslims stop eating, drinking, and getting sex from the dawn until the sunset. It’s also the month when the Muslims pray more hoping to get more benediction and being closer to Allah.

Ramzan ul Mubarak is the 9th month in the lunar year. The first day of Ramadan is just after the 29th or the 30th day of Shaaban. The date of the beginning of Ramzan ul Mubarak change every year and it’s eleven days before the year before.

Which countries will have the longest fasting period or the shortest fasting period this year?

This year, the Muslims of Chile will have to fast for an average of 12 hours and 44 minutes during Ramadan, which is the shortest time. In addition, New Zealand, Argentina and South Africa will also fast for 12 to 13 hours this year. Muslims from Finland, Greenland and Iceland will fast the longest this year. These people will fast for an average of 17 hours a day during the holy month.


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