The month of Ramadan has significant importance in the Islamic faith. All Muslims around the world honor it with fasting, prayer, and spiritual reflection. In accordance with this, the Sehri and Iftar timings in Dhaka for today, Ramadan 30, 1444, are given according to the local time calculation method.
Today’s Sehri And Iftar Time In Dhaka
Ramadan Calendar Dhaka 2023
|Mar 24||01||04:44 AM||6:11 PM||13 Hours 27 Minutes|
|Mar 25||02||04:43 AM||6:12 PM||13 Hours29 Minutes|
|Mar 26||03||04:42 AM||6:12 PM||13 Hours 30 Minutes|
|Mar 27||04||04:41 AM||6:13 PM||13 Hours 32 Minutes|
|Mar 28||05||04:40 AM||6:13 PM||13 Hours 33 Minutes|
|Mar 29||06||04:38 AM||6:13 PM||13 Hours 35 Minutes|
|Mar 30||07||04:37 AM||6:14 PM||13 Hours 37 Minutes|
|Mar 31||08||04:36 AM||6:14 PM||13 Hours 38 Minutes|
|Apr 01||09||04:35 AM||6:15 PM||13 Hours 40 Minutes|
|Apr 02||10||04:34 AM||6:15 PM||13 Hours 41 Minutes|
|Apr 03||11||04:33 AM||6:15 PM||13 Hours 42 Minutes|
|Apr 04||12||04:32 AM||6:16 PM||13 Hours 44 Minutes|
|Apr 05||13||04:31 AM||6:16 PM||13 Hours 45 Minutes|
|Apr 06||14||04:30 AM||6:17 PM||13 Hours 47 Minutes|
|Apr 07||15||04:29 AM||6:17 PM||13 Hours 48 Minutes|
|Apr 08||16||04:28 AM||6:17 PM||13 Hours 49 Minutes|
|Apr 09||17||04:27 AM||6:18 PM||13 Hours 51 Minutes|
|Apr 10||18||04:26 AM||6:18 PM||13 Hours 52 Minutes|
|Apr 11||19||04:24 AM||6:19 PM||13 Hours 55 Minutes|
|Apr 12||20||04:23 AM||6:19 PM||13 Hours 56 Minutes|
|Apr 13||21||04:22 AM||6:19 PM||13 Hours 57 Minutes|
|Apr 14||22||04:21 AM||6:20 PM||13 Hours 59 Minutes|
|Apr 15||23||04:20 AM||6:20 PM||14 Hours 00 Minutes|
|Apr 16||24||04:19 AM||6:21 PM||14 Hours 02 Minutes|
|Apr 17||25||04:18 AM||6:21 PM||14 Hours 03 Minutes|
|Apr 18||26||04:17 AM||6:21 PM||14 Hours 04 Minutes|
|Apr 19||27||04:16 AM||6:22 PM||14 Hours 06 Minutes|
|Apr 20||28||04:15 AM||6:22 PM||14 Hours 07 Minutes|
|Apr 21||29||04:14 AM||6:23 PM||14 Hours 09 Minutes|
|Apr 22||30||04:13 AM||6:23 PM||14 Hours 10 Minutes|
Ramadan Timings In Dhaka
The Ramadan time schedule of Dhaka is calculated according to the motion of the moon, by the Ministry of religious affairs of Bangladesh. As the Islamic calendar is based on the lunar cycle and shorter than the tropical calendar, Ramadan timings of the current year may be different from the previous year.
Furthermore, a comprehensive schedule of Sehr-o-Iftar timings in Dhaka is provided on this page, also indicating the daily fasting hours. In the month of Ramadan, the people of Dhaka attend the Taraweeh prayer along with five mandatory prayers. The timings of these mandatory prayers in Dhaka may show a variation with respect to the position of the sun.
Sehri & Iftari Time In Dhaka
The time for Sehri in Dhaka is usually early in the morning, just before the first light of dawn, and ends a few minutes before the Fajr Azan, and Iftar time is at sunset, with the Maghrib Azan. Furthermore, the Ramadan calendar of the Hanafi and Shia sects is different due to their difference in beliefs and different calculation methods.
Ramadan is the holiest month in Islam. During this month, people try to spend more time in ibadat, reading the Quran, and in other religious duties. These religious practices increase the level of Taqwa of an individual and bring him closer to Allah SWT.
The end of Ramadan is marked by the celebration of Eid-ul-Fitr. In Dhaka, people engage in extensive preparations, including cleaning and decorating their homes, shopping for new clothes for themselves and their children, and preparing special Eid dishes. Apart from that, charity plays a significant role during this time as well, with the giving of “Zakat al-Fitr or Fitrana,” a form of obligatory charity before the Eid prayer.