Ramadan Timetable 2020

First 10 days of Ramadan

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Day Date Fajr Sunrise Zhur Asr Maghrib 'Isha
1 Friday 24th 04:07 05:42 01:04 04:56 08:16 09:29
2 Saturday 25th 04:05 05:40 01:03 04:57 08:18 09:31
3 Sunday 26th 04:03 05:38 01:03 04:58 08:19 09:31
4 Monday 27th 04:00 05:36 01:03 04:58 08:21 09:33
5 Tuesday 28th 03:58 05:34 01:03 04:59 08:23 09:35
6 Wednesday 29th 03:57 05:33 01:03 05:00 08:24 09:35
7 Thursday 30th 03:54 05:31 01:03 05:00 08:26 09:37
8 Friday 1st 03:51 05:29 01:03 05:01 08:28 09:39
9 Saturday 2nd 03:49 05:27 01:02 05:02 08:29 09:40
10 Sunday 3rd 03:46 05:25 01:02 05:02 08:31 09:43
Day Date Fajr Sunrise Zhur Asr Maghrib 'Isha
11 Monday 4th 03:44 05:23 01:02 05:03 08:32 09:43
12 Tuesday 5th 03:41 05:21 01:02 05:04 08:34 09:45
13 Wednesday 6th 03:40 05:20 01:02 05:04 08:36 09:47
14 Thursday 7th 03:37 05:18 01:02 05:05 08:37 09:48
15 Friday 8th 03:35 05:16 01:02 05:05 08:39 09:50
16 Saturday 9th 03:33 05:15 01:02 05:06 08:40 09:51
17 Sunday 10th 03:31 05:13 01:02 05:07 08:42 09:53
18 Monday 11th 03:28 05:11 01:02 05:07 08:43 09:54
19 Tuesday 12th 03:27 05:10 01:02 05:08 08:45 09:56
20 Wednesday 13th 03:24 05:08 01:02 05:08 08:47 09:57
Day Date Fajr Sunrise Zhur Asr Maghrib 'Isha
21 Thursday 14th 03:23 05:07 01:02 05:09 08:48 09:58
22 Friday 15th 03:20 05:05 01:02 05:10 08:50 10:00
23 Saturday 16th 03:19 05:04 01:02 05:10 08:51 10:02
24 Sunday 17th 03:16 05:02 01:02 05:11 08:53 10:04
25 Monday 18th 03:15 05:01 01:02 05:11 08:54 10:05
26 Tuesday 19th 03:13 05:00 01:02 05:12 08:55 10:07
27 Wednesday 20th 03:11 04:58 01:02 05:12 08:57 10:09
28 Thursday 21st 03:09 04:57 01:02 05:13 08:58 10:10
29 Friday 22nd 03:08 04:56 01:02 05:14 09:00 10:13
30 Saturday 23rd 03:06 04:55 01:02 05:14 09:01 10:14
Day Date Fajr Sunrise Zhur Asr Maghrib 'Isha
31 Sunday 24th 03:03 04:53 01:02 05:15 09:02 10:15
32 Tuesday 21st 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00 00:00

The Blessed month of Ramadan is upon us once again - a time for reflection, contemplation and celebration.

As the Islamic calendar is based around the lunar cycle, the Holy month of Ramadan rotates by approximately ten days each year. This year, Ramadan is expected to begin on the evening of Sunday 5th May 2020, depending on the sighting of the moon.

"O you who have believed, decreed upon you is fasting as it was decreed upon those before you that you may become righteous"

-  Surat Al-Baqarah 2:183


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One of the five Pillars of Islam, sawm will begin a few hours after the sighting of the moon at sunrise and continue until sunset. It is essential to familiarise yourself with the dates and times for Ramadan 2020, as anyone who is still eating their pre-dawn meal (suhoor) following the completion of the call to prayer (Fajr) is disqualified from that day’s fast.

The day’s fast is completed at sunset and the Maghrib prayers begin. It is traditional to end your fast by eating dates before the evening meal with family and friends.

Eid Al-Fitr.

Eid al-Fitr will take place as the Holy month of Ramadan draws to a close, the date when Eid is celebrated is dependent on the sighting of the new moon. Once the sighting is confirmed, the festival of Eid al-Fitr can begin.

Eid al-Fitr for 2020 is on Sunday 24th May 2020, subject to moon sighting, so it's always best to check with your local Mosque for confirmation nearer the time.

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