Check out today’s Sehr o Iftar timings here.
Muslims across Pakistan will observe the fifth fast of the holy month of Ramadan 2022 on Thursday, 7th April. The Ramadan 2022 moon was sighted on Saturday, 2nd April and Pakistanis observed the first fast on Sunday, 3rd April. Similar to the rest of the world, the timetable is different for different cities in Pakistan as well. For your convenience, we have compiled the Sehri and Iftar timings today, 5th Ramadan 7th April, for different cities of Pakistan.
Sehri and Iftar Timings Today in Pakistan
Gilgit and its surrounding areas will begin fasting earlier than the rest of Pakistan as today’s Sehri time is 4:12 AM while the citizens will break their fast at 6:30 PM. Similarly, Sehri time today for the residents of Islamabad and Rawalpindi is 4:21 AM while their Iftar time is 6:34 PM. People in Lahore and nearby areas will observe fast from 4:20 AM to 6:27 PM while the Roza timings for Karachi and adjoining areas will be 4:59 AM to 6:52 PM.
Faisalabad’s Sehri time will be 4:25 AM and the Iftar time will be 6:32 PM. In Quetta, the Muslims will have to finish their breakfasts by 4:52 AM while they will be breaking their fast in the evening at 6:55 PM.
The Ramadan schedule for today for all the major cities can be found below. If Sehri and Iftar timings for your city aren’t mentioned, let us know in the comments section and we’ll include it in our daily update of the Ramadan timetable for your convenience.
|5th Ramadan 2022 – 7th April Sehri and Iftar Time|
|City||Sehri Timing Today||Iftar Timing Today|
|Karachi||04:59 AM||6:52 PM|
|Lahore||04:20 AM||6:27 PM|
|Islamabad/Rawalpindi||04:21 AM||6:34 PM|
|Quetta||04:52 AM||6:55 PM|
|Peshawar||04:27 AM||6:40 PM|
|Faisalabad||04:25 AM||6:32 PM|
|Multan||04:34 AM||6:37 PM|
|Bahawalpur||04:34 AM||6:36 PM|
|Gujranwala||04:20 AM||6:28 PM|
|Hyderabad||04:53 AM||6:47 PM|
|Gujrat||04:19 AM||6:29 PM|
|Jhelum||04:20 AM||6:30 PM|
|Sukkur||04:48 AM||6:46 PM|
|Gilgit||04:12 AM||6:30 PM|
Quran’s Sayings on Ramadan
The holy month of Ramadan holds great significance in Islam and hence it is celebrated with religious zeal and fervor by Muslims all across the world. Allah has mandated fasting for Muslims and below are some of the Quranic references in this regard:
- “O you who have believed, decreed upon you is fasting as it was decreed upon those before you that you may become righteous.” ~Surah Al-Baqarah 2:183
- “…But to fast is best for you if you only knew.” ~Surah Al-Baqarah 2:184
- “Allah has made Laylat al-Qadr in this month, which is better than a thousand months, as Allaah says…The Night of Al-Qadr is better than a thousand months. Therein descend the angels and the Rooh [Jibreel (Gabriel)] by Allaah’s Permission with all Decrees, there is peace until the appearance of dawn.” ~Surah Al-Qadr 97:1-5