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Ramadan Timetable 2021

First 10 days of Ramadan

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Day Date Fajr Sunrise Zuhr Asr Maghrib 'Isha
1 Tuesday 13th 04:34 06:06 01:06 04:48 07:57 09:12
2 Wednesday 14th 04:32 06:04 01:06 04:49 07:59 09:14
3 Thursday 15th 04:30 06:02 01:06 04:49 08:01 09:16
4 Friday 16th 04:27 05:59 01:05 04:50 08:02 09:17
5 Saturday 17th 04:25 05:57 01:05 04:51 08:04 09:18
6 Sunday 18th 04:22 05:55 01:05 04:52 08:06 09:20
7 Monday 19th 04:20 05:53 01:05 04:52 08:07 09:21
8 Tuesday 20th 04:18 05:51 01:04 04:53 08:09 09:23
9 Wednesday 21st 04:15 05:49 01:04 04:54 08:11 09:25
10 Thursday 22nd 04:13 05:47 01:04 04:55 08:12 09:26
Day Date Fajr Sunrise Zuhr Asr Maghrib 'Isha
11 Friday 23rd 04:11 05:45 01:04 04:55 08:14 09:27
12 Saturday 24th 04:08 05:43 01:04 04:56 08:16 09:29
13 Sunday 25th 04:06 05:41 01:03 04:57 08:17 09:30
14 Monday 26th 04:04 05:39 01:03 04:57 08:19 09:31
15 Tuesday 27th 04:01 05:37 01:03 04:58 08:21 09:33
16 Wednesday 28th 03:59 05:35 01:03 04:59 08:22 09:34
17 Thursday 29th 03:57 05:33 01:03 04:59 08:24 09:35
18 Friday 30th 03:54 05:31 01:03 05:00 08:25 09:36
19 Saturday 1st 03:51 05:29 01:03 05:01 08:27 09:38
20 Sunday 2nd 03:49 05:27 01:02 05:01 08:29 09:40
Day Date Fajr Sunrise Zuhr Asr Maghrib 'Isha
21 Monday 3rd 03:46 05:25 01:02 05:02 08:30 09:41
22 Tuesday 4th 03:45 05:24 01:02 05:03 08:32 09:43
23 Wednesday 5th 03:42 05:22 01:02 05:03 08:34 09:45
24 Thursday 6th 03:40 05:20 01:02 05:04 08:35 09:46
25 Friday 7th 03:37 05:18 01:02 05:05 08:37 09:48
26 Saturday 8th 03:36 05:17 01:02 05:05 08:38 09:49
27 Sunday 9th 03:33 05:15 01:02 05:06 08:40 09:51
28 Monday 10th 03:31 05:13 01:02 05:07 08:42 09:53
29 Tuesday 11th 03:29 05:12 01:02 05:07 08:43 09:54
30 Wednesday 12th 03:27 05:10 01:02 05:08 08:45 09:56

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The Holy month of Ramadan is here and it is a time for contemplation, reflection and celebration. Be prepared for your fast with our Ramadan Timetable 2021, including times for sunrise, sunset and prayer.

As the Islamic calendar follows the phases of the moon, the lunar cycle, it falls approximately 10 days earlier each year within the Gregorian calendar. This year, depending on the sighting of the moon, Ramadan is anticipated to start on Monday 12th April 2021.

"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


Eid Al-Fitr.

Following the completion of Ramadan, this year anticipated to end on Tuesday 11th May 2021, is the start of Eid al-Fitr. An Arabic phrase meaning ‘Festival of Breaking the Fast’, Eid al-Fitr is a celebratory time spent with friends, family and the local community. It is forbidden to fast on the first day of Eid al-Fitr and it is traditionally celebrated with lots of great food, gift-giving and spending time with loved ones.

Eid al-Fitr will start on the sighting of the moon and this year is expected to fall on Wednesday 12th May 2021 or Thursday 13th May 2021

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