Ramadan 2021: Daily Timings for Sehri and Iftar, See here

Around the world, Muslims keep Roza, a holy fast from sunrise till sunset. Their morning meal uis called ‘Sehri’ while the evening meal is called ‘Iftar’.

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New Delhi: The holy month of Ramadan is approaching and with it, a new wave of festive cheer will be observed. It is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and is celebrated by people belonging to the Muslim community all around the world.

This year, Ramadan begins on April 13 and ends on May 12. This annual observance is regarded as one of the five pillars of Islam. It lasts between one sighting of the crescent moon and the next. It is said that Ramadan is the commemoration of Prophet Muhammad’s first revelation.

Around the world, Muslims keep Roza, a holy fast from sunrise till sunset. They have a meal early in the morning called ‘Sehri’ and conclude their fast with the evening meal called ‘Iftar’.

Here’s the timing for each day’s Sehri and Iftar

Morning time is for Sehri and the evening time is for Iftar

  • 14 April – 4:35 AM, 6:47 PM
  • 15 April – 4:34 AM, 6:48 PM
  • 16 April – 4:32 AM, 6:48 PM
  • 17 April – 4:31 AM, 6:49 PM
  • 18 April – 4:30 AM, 6:49 PM
  • 19 April – 4:29 AM, 6:50 PM
  • 20 April – 4:27 AM, 6:50 PM
  • 21 April – 4:26 AM, 6:51 PM
  • 22 April – 4:25 AM, 6:52 PM
  • 23 April – 4:24 AM, 6:52 PM
  • 24 April – 4:23 AM, 6:53 PM
  • 25 April – 4:22 AM, 6:53 PM
  • 26 April – 4:19 AM, 6:54 PM
  • 27 April – 4:20 AM, 6:55 PM
  • 28 April – 4:18 AM, 6:55 PM
  • 29 April – 4:17 AM, 6:56 PM
  • 30 April – 4:16 AM, 6:56 PM
  • 1 May – 4:15 AM, 6:57 PM
  • 2 May – 4:14 AM, 6:58 PM
  • 3 May – 4:13 AM, 6:58 PM
  • 4 May – 4:12 AM, 6:59 PM
  • 5 May – 4:11 AM, 6:59 PM
  • 6 May – 4:10 AM, 7:00 PM
  • 7 May – 4:09 AM, 7:01 PM
  • 8 May – 4:08 AM, 7:01 PM
  • 9 May – 4:07 AM, 7:02 PM
  • 10 May – 4:06 AM, 7:02 PM
  • 11 May – 4:05 AM, 7:03 PM
  • 12 May – 4:04 AM, 7:04 PM
  • 13 May – 4:03 AM, 7:04 PM
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