Check out today’s Sehr o Iftar timings here.
Pakistani Muslims will be observing their 6th fast today on – Friday, 8th April 2022. We began Fasting from Sunday, 3rd April because the Ramadan moon was sighted on Saturday, 2nd April 2022. Saudi Arabia started the holy month a day before Pakistan as is the case mostly. Every city in Pakistan has a different Sehri and Iftar timetable like the rest of the world. ProPakistani is your first and last stop if you’re wondering what are the Sehri and Iftar timings today in Pakistan.
The holy month of Ramadan is all about sincerity to Allah SWT, the entire Muslim Ummah, and one’s own self too. Muslims practice patience and commitment on a daily basis and Allah rewards us abundantly for this. If we perform good deeds and fulfill all our duties as obedient Muslims, nothing can stop us from those promised rewards. The act of fasting is in itself a major blessing from the Almighty because it is one of five pillars of Islam. These pillars enlighten, teach, and shape us to become steadfast believers.
The five pillars of Islam comprise the profession of faith (Shahadah), daily prayers (Salah), fasting (Sawm), alms (Zakat), and pilgrimage (Hajj). It is beneficial for Muslims to perform all their duties, especially during the month of Ramadan including going to Makkah to perform Umrah. Allah SWT will greatly reward those who are hardworking and sincere in prayer and their duties as Muslims in the hereafter.
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 4:10 AM while the citizens will break their fast at 6:31 PM. Similarly, Sehri time today for the residents of Islamabad and Rawalpindi is 4:20 AM while their Iftar time is 6:34 PM.
Karachi’s Sehri’s time will be 4:58 AM and the Iftar time will be 6:52 PM. In Quetta, the Muslims will have to finish their breakfasts by 4:50 AM while they will be breaking their fast in the evening at 6:56 PM.
|6th Ramadan 2022 – 8th April Sehri and Iftar Time|
|City||Sehri Timing Today||Iftar Timing Today|
|Karachi||04:58 AM||6:52 PM|
|Lahore||04:19 AM||6:28 PM|
|Islamabad/Rawalpindi||04:20 AM||6:34 PM|
|Quetta||04:50 AM||6:56 PM|
|Peshawar||04:25 AM||6:41 PM|
|Faisalabad||04:24 AM||6:32 PM|
|Multan||04:32 AM||6:38 PM|
|Bahawalpur||04:33 AM||6:37 PM|
|Gujranwala||04:18 AM||6:29 PM|
|Hyderabad||04:52 AM||6:47 PM|
|Gujrat||04:18 AM||6:29 PM|
|Jhelum||04:19 AM||6:31 PM|
|Sukkur||04:47 AM||6:47 PM|
|Gilgit||04:10 AM||6:31 PM|
The Ramadan schedule for today for all the major cities can be found above. 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.
Hadees on Ramadan
- “Whoever Fasts during the month of Ramadan and then follows it with six days of Shawwal will be rewarded as if he/she had fasted the entire year.”
(Narrated by Abu Aiyub Al-Ansari, Bulugh al-Maram)
- “Whoever observes Fasts during the month of Ramadan out of sincere faith, and hoping to attain Allah’s rewards, then all his past sins will be forgiven.”
(Narrated by Abu Huraira, Sahih al-Bukhari)
- “For those who fast, there is a gate in Paradise called Ar-Rayyan, through which no one but they will enter. When the last of them has entered it, it will be closed. Whoever enters through it will drink, and whoever drinks will never thirst again.”
(Narrated by Sahi Bin Sad, Sunan an-Nasa’i)