The holy month of Ramadan is just around the corner and Muslims around the world are gearing up for the month-long period of fasting, prayer, and reflection. The first Roza of Ramadan 2023 is set to begin on 23 March, with Sehri starting at 5:04 AM and Iftari at 6:35 PM in Madinah.
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Sehri Timings in Madinah
Muslims wake up before dawn to eat their pre-dawn meal or Sehri, which is an essential part of the Ramadan routine. In Madinah, the Sehri timings for the first Roza of Ramadan 2023 will be at 5:04 AM. Muslims are encouraged to have a nutritious meal that will help them sustain the day-long fast. Eating dates, a sunnah of the Prophet (PBUH), is also recommended.
Iftar Timings in Madinah
As the sun sets, Muslims break their fast with Iftar, which is another crucial part of Ramadan. The Iftari timings in Madinah for the first Roza of Ramadan 2023 will be at 6:35 PM. Muslims traditionally break their fast with dates and water, as per the sunnah of the Prophet (PBUH). They then proceed to have a full meal, which is usually shared with family and friends.
Ramadan Calendar 2023
The Ramadan calendar for 2023 is an essential guide for Muslims who wish to plan their day around the various timings during the month. The calendar provides the Sehri and Iftar timings, as well as the prayer timings for each day. Muslims can use the calendar to help them organize their time and ensure they do not miss any important prayers or rituals.
Prayer Timings in Madinah
Prayer is an essential part of Ramadan, and Muslims are encouraged to pray five times a day. The prayer timings in Madinah during Ramadan are essential to ensure that Muslims do not miss any of the five daily prayers.
Makkah and Madinah
Makkah and Madinah are two of the holiest cities in Islam, and they hold a special significance during Ramadan. Muslims from around the world come to Makkah and Madinah to perform Umrah and visit the holy mosques. During Ramadan, the cities are buzzing with activity, and the atmosphere is charged with spirituality.
Ramadan in the UAE
The United Arab Emirates (UAE) is a Muslim country, and Ramadan is a significant event in the country’s calendar. Muslims in the UAE observe Ramadan by fasting, praying, and performing good deeds. The UAE is known for its extravagant Iftar and Suhoor buffets, which are a popular feature during the month.