Ramadan calendar 2023 in Somalia
|Date (تاريخ)||Day (يوم)||Sehri (سحور)||Sunrise (طلوع)||Iftar (إفطار)|
|Mar 20||Mon||4:41 AM||6:00 AM||6:09 PM|
|Mar 21||Tue||4:40 AM||5:59 AM||6:09 PM|
|Mar 22||Wed||4:40 AM||5:59 AM||6:09 PM|
|Mar 23||Thu||4:39 AM||5:58 AM||6:09 PM|
|Mar 24||Fri||4:39 AM||5:58 AM||6:08 PM|
|Mar 25||Sat||4:38 AM||5:57 AM||6:08 PM|
|Mar 26||Sun||4:38 AM||5:57 AM||6:08 PM|
|Mar 27||Mon||4:37 AM||5:57 AM||6:08 PM|
|Mar 28||Tue||4:37 AM||5:56 AM||6:08 PM|
|Mar 29||Wed||4:37 AM||5:56 AM||6:08 PM|
|Mar 30||Thu||4:36 AM||5:55 AM||6:07 PM|
|Mar 31||Fri||4:36 AM||5:55 AM||6:07 PM|
|Apr 01||Sat||4:35 AM||5:54 AM||6:07 PM|
|Apr 02||Sun||4:35 AM||5:54 AM||6:07 PM|
|Apr 03||Mon||4:34 AM||5:53 AM||6:07 PM|
|Apr 04||Tue||4:34 AM||5:53 AM||6:07 PM|
|Apr 05||Wed||4:33 AM||5:53 AM||6:07 PM|
|Apr 06||Thu||4:33 AM||5:52 AM||6:06 PM|
|Apr 07||Fri||4:32 AM||5:52 AM||6:06 PM|
|Apr 08||Sat||4:32 AM||5:51 AM||6:06 PM|
|Apr 09||Sun||4:31 AM||5:51 AM||6:06 PM|
|Apr 10||Mon||4:31 AM||5:50 AM||6:06 PM|
|Apr 11||Tue||4:30 AM||5:50 AM||6:06 PM|
|Apr 12||Wed||4:30 AM||5:50 AM||6:06 PM|
|Apr 13||Thu||4:29 AM||5:49 AM||6:05 PM|
|Apr 14||Fri||4:29 AM||5:49 AM||6:05 PM|
|Apr 15||Sat||4:28 AM||5:48 AM||6:05 PM|
|Apr 16||Sun||4:28 AM||5:48 AM||6:05 PM|
|Apr 17||Mon||4:27 AM||5:48 AM||6:05 PM|
|Apr 18||Tue||4:27 AM||5:47 AM||6:05 PM|
|Apr 19||Wed||4:27 AM||5:47 AM||6:05 PM|
|Apr 20||Thu||4:26 AM||5:47 AM||6:05 PM|
|Apr 21||Fri||4:26 AM||5:46 AM||6:05 PM|
|Apr 22||Sat||4:25 AM||5:46 AM||6:05 PM|
Iftar and Sehri Time today in Somalia
Fasting Time Today in Somalia are Sehri Time 4:26 AM Iftar Time 6:10 PM .
Ramadan fasting is a religious observance that Muslims observe for a month.
Muslims observe the month of Ramadan , the ninth month on the Islamic calendar, through fasting and prayers.
Fasting is one of the five pillars of Islam; it is intended to teach Muslims patience and self-control while reminding them of those less fortunate than themselves.
The fast starts at fajr and ends at sunset. It also involve abstaining from smoking, drinking alcohol or eating food during daylight hours.Islamic Prayer (Namaz / Salah) Time in Somalia
Sehri time in Somalia (dawn) - 4:26 AM
Sehri is the meal eaten by Muslims during their pre-dawn meal. This meal is to help them get ready for the fast until sunset. Muslims are required to do this ritual before they can break their fasts at sunset. Some of the popular foods that would be eaten during this time include dates, milk and water.
Iftar time in Somalia(sunset) - 6:10 PM
Iftar is a time for Muslims to break their fasts. Ramadan is a month long celebration in the Muslim faith during which they do not consume anything from sunrise to sunset. The only thing they can consume in this period is water and food that breaks their fast. Iftars are usually family events where each member brings a dish or dessert to share with the others, and spend time together after a day of fasting.