25 Mar, 2023 | Saturday 3-Ramadan-1444
Ramadan 2023 | 23 March to 21 April 2023

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and the month in which the Quran was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) and it is the month which comes after Sha-Aban. Ramadan 2023 starts from 23 March to 21 April 2023. Fasting during the month of Ramadan is one of the Five Pillars of Islam.

Ramadan is spent by Muslims fasting during the daylight hours from dawn to sunset. The Quran was sent down to the lowest heaven during this month, thus being prepared for gradual revelation by Jibreel to Prophet Muhammad (SAW) . Therefore, Prophet Muhammad (SAW) told his ummah that the gates of Heaven would be open for the entire month and the gates of Hell (Jahannam) would be closed

The Islamic calendar is a lunar calendar, and months begin when the first crescent of a new moon is sighted. Since the Islamic lunar calendar year is 11 to 12 days shorter than the tropical year

Ramadan is the holiest month of the year in Islam. It's a time to spend quality time with family, learn about faith, and give back to your community.

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.

The Islamic calendar is lunar and months begin when the first crescent of a new moon is sighted. The Islamic calendar year has 354 or 355 days in a year, which is 11 to 12 days shorter than the Gregorian calendar. The Gregorian calendar is a solar calendar based on the earth's revolution around the sun.

Ramadan 2023 Calander

Date Day Hijri
23-March, 2023 Thursday 1-Ramadan-1444
24-March, 2023 Friday 2-Ramadan-1444
25-March, 2023 Saturday 3-Ramadan-1444
26-March, 2023 Sunday 4-Ramadan-1444
27-March, 2023 Monday 5-Ramadan-1444
28-March, 2023 Tuesday 6-Ramadan-1444
29-March, 2023 Wednesday 7-Ramadan-1444
30-March, 2023 Thursday 8-Ramadan-1444
31-March, 2023 Friday 9-Ramadan-1444
01-April, 2023 Saturday 10-Ramadan-1444
02-April, 2023 Sunday 11-Ramadan-1444
03-April, 2023 Monday 12-Ramadan-1444
04-April, 2023 Tuesday 13-Ramadan-1444
05-April, 2023 Wednesday 14-Ramadan-1444
06-April, 2023 Thursday 15-Ramadan-1444
07-April, 2023 Friday 16-Ramadan-1444
08-April, 2023 Saturday 17-Ramadan-1444
09-April, 2023 Sunday 18-Ramadan-1444
10-April, 2023 Monday 19-Ramadan-1444
11-April, 2023 Tuesday 20-Ramadan-1444
12-April, 2023 Wednesday 21-Ramadan-1444
13-April, 2023 Thursday 22-Ramadan-1444
14-April, 2023 Friday 23-Ramadan-1444
15-April, 2023 Saturday 24-Ramadan-1444
16-April, 2023 Sunday 25-Ramadan-1444
17-April, 2023 Monday 26-Ramadan-1444
18-April, 2023 Tuesday 27-Ramadan-1444
19-April, 2023 Wednesday 28-Ramadan-1444
20-April, 2023 Thursday 29-Ramadan-1444

Rules of Ramadan Food and Eating during Fasting Hours

The fasting hours are the only time that Muslims do not eat or drink anything during the day. The Islamic month starts with Ramadan and is usually around 30 days long. There are a few rules for fasting hours, and the most important one is to not break your fast with any food or drinks. Some people make exceptions and break their fast with:

  • Water
  • Dates
  • Fruit juices
  • Sport drinks

Sehri and Iftar

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 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.

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