Ramadan has significant importance for the believers of Islam. All Muslims around the world observe it with fasting, prayer, and spiritual reflection. In accordance with this, the Sehar and Iftar timings in Dammam for today, Ramadan 29, 1444, are given according to the local time calculation method.
Sehar And Iftar Time In Dammam
Ramadan Calendar 2023
|Mar 23||01||04:20 AM||5:53 PM||13 Hours 33 Minutes|
|Mar 24||02||04:19 AM||5:54 PM||13 Hours 35 Minutes|
|Mar 25||03||04:18 AM||5:54 PM||13 Hours 36 Minutes|
|Mar 26||04||04:17 AM||5:54 PM||13 Hours 37 Minutes|
|Mar 27||05||04:16 AM||5:55 PM||13 Hours 39 Minutes|
|Mar 28||06||04:15 AM||5:55 PM||13 Hours 40 Minutes|
|Mar 29||07||04:13 AM||5:56 PM||13 Hours 43 Minutes|
|Mar 30||08||04:12 AM||5:56 PM||13 Hours 44 Minutes|
|Mar 31||09||04:11 AM||5:57 PM||13 Hours 46 Minutes|
|Apr 01||10||04:10 AM||5:57 PM||13 Hours 47 Minutes|
|Apr 02||11||04:09 AM||5:58 PM||13 Hours 49 Minutes|
|Apr 03||12||04:08 AM||5:58 PM||13 Hours 50 Minutes|
|Apr 04||13||04:06 AM||5:59 PM||13 Hours 53 Minutes|
|Apr 05||14||04:05 AM||5:59 PM||13 Hours 54 Minutes|
|Apr 06||15||04:04 AM||6:00 PM||13 Hours 56 Minutes|
|Apr 07||16||04:03 AM||6:00 PM||13 Hours 57 Minutes|
|Apr 08||17||04:02 AM||6:01 PM||13 Hours 59 Minutes|
|Apr 09||18||04:00 AM||6:01 PM||14 Hours 01 Minutes|
|Apr 10||19||03:59 AM||6:02 PM||14 Hours 03 Minutes|
|Apr 11||20||03:58 AM||6:02 PM||14 Hours 04 Minutes|
|Apr 12||21||03:57 AM||6:03 PM||14 Hours 06 Minutes|
|Apr 13||22||03:56 AM||6:03 PM||14 Hours 07 Minutes|
|Apr 14||23||03:55 AM||6:04 PM||14 Hours 09 Minutes|
|Apr 15||24||03:53 AM||6:04 PM||14 Hours 11 Minutes|
|Apr 16||25||03:52 AM||6:05 PM||14 Hours 13 Minutes|
|Apr 17||26||03:51 AM||6:05 PM||14 Hours 14 Minutes|
|Apr 18||27||03:50 AM||6:06 PM||14 Hours 16 Minutes|
|Apr 19||28||03:49 AM||6:06 PM||14 Hours 17 Minutes|
|Apr 20||29||03:48 AM||6:07 PM||14 Hours 19 Minutes|
Ramadan Timings In Dammam
The Ramadan timetable of Dammam varies every day in accordance with the sighting of the moon. In addition to fasting and feasting, Ramadan is also a time of increased religious devotion. Muslims spend extra time in prayer (ibadat) and reading the Quran, attending Taraweeh prayers at the mosque in the evening to strengthen their faith.
Furthermore, in Ramadan, the fast lasts from dawn until sunset or Maghrib Azan, and fasting time can range from 12 to 16 hours, but these timings can vary with respect to location and time.
Sehri & Iftari Time In Dammam
The time for Sehri is usually early in the morning, before the first light of dawn, and ends a few minutes before the start of the Fajr prayer, and time for Iftari is at sunset, just before the Maghrib prayer. Moreover, the daily Sehar and Iftar schedules of Dammam kept on varying from day to day in accordance with the sighting of the moon.
Moreover, there exists a potential conflict between the Sehar and Iftar times of Hanafi and Shia schools of thought, as Hanafi calculates these timings by a method known as the “ru’yat al-hilal,” while Shia follows a different methodology that is based on calculations and astronomical data.