On , in , the times for Sehri (pre-dawn meal) and Iftar (breaking fast) are as follows:
For the Hanafi sect, the Sehri time today is at , and the Iftar time today is at . For the Jafria sect, the Sehri time today in is at , and the Iftar time today in is at . These timings are valid as of the , AH. You can find the Ramadan calendar for 2024 for both Hanafi and Jafria sects in for the next 30 days on LahoriMela website.
Check the table above to find out the Sehri time in today according to the Hanafi school of thought, the Iftar time in today according to the Hanafi school of thought, the Sehri time in today according to the Jafria school of thought, and the Iftar time in today according to the Jafria school of thought as of ( , AH). LahoriMela updates the Sehr-o-Iftar time for daily, ensuring you have the correct timings for Sehri and Iftar each day.
Today in , during Ramadan 2024, the time to start fasting (Sehri) is at and the time to end fasting (Iftar) is at . For those who follow the Shia tradition, the timings are slightly different: Sehri is at AM and Iftar is at .
Ramadan, also known as Ramzan, Ramazan, Ramadhan, or Ramathan, is a special month for Muslims. The Islamic calendar is shorter than the Georgian calendar, so the timings for Sehri and Iftar change every year in . That's why many people use the Ramadan calendar to keep track of these times.
Muslims in use this calendar to plan their fasting hours and meals. Besides fasting timings, the calendar also provides information on prayer times and the direction of the Qibla.
, the capital of Bangladesh, has a rich Muslim culture. During Ramadan, the city buzzes with religious activities. One of the highlights is the night markets that pop up, especially during Iftar time. Here, people buy traditional foods like dates, samosas, and roshogolla.
is home to beautiful mosques like Bait ul Mukarram and the Star Mosque, where Muslims gather for prayers and community events during Ramadan.
Ramadan 2024 in is expected to start on March 11th and end on April 9th. Today's fasting period is about 0 hours and 0 minutes, starting from Sehri at and ending with Iftar at .