The month of Ramadan is approaching soon in India! Luckily, we have also prepared the India Ramadan Timetable with Sahr-o-Iftar (Fasting Timing) and Prayer Timetable, which is displayed below in a lovely way. I am sure everybody will join us in saying a warm welcome to the holy month.
I know you also need some quotes and greetings to wish your family Ramadan Mubarak 2022.
This India Ramadan Calendar will guide you throughout the blessed month to start & open your fast, and offer prayers at the right time. We have tried to make this timetable free of errors. But if you find any inconvenience, kindly let us know about it in the comments. This timetable applies to Mumbai, Kolkata, Delhi, Chennai, and Bangalore cities of India. So, we can confirm and correct it for our visitors.
Note: This Calendar apply to all cities of India, We have updated the information.
India Ramadan Timetable with Sahar-o-Iftar Timing
|1||05;17 am||6;54 pm||03 April/2022|
|2||05;16 am||6;54 pm||04 April/2022|
|3||05;15 am||6;54 pm||05 April/2022|
|4||05;14 am||6;55 pm||06 April/2022|
|5||05;13 am||6;55 pm||07 April/2022|
|6||05;12 am||6;55 pm||08 April/2022|
|7||05;11 am||6;55 pm||09 April/2022|
|8||05;10 am||6;56 pm||10 April/2022|
|9||05;10 am||6;56 pm||11 April/2022|
|10||05;09 am||6;56 pm||12 April/2022|
|11||05;08 am||6;57 pm||13 April/2022|
|12||05;07 am||6;57 pm||14 April/2022|
|13||05;06 am||6;57 pm||15 April/2022|
|14||05;05 am||6;57 pm||16 April/2022|
|15||05;04 am||6;58 pm||17 April/2022|
|16||05;03 am||6;58 pm||18 April/2022|
|17||05;03 am||6;58 pm||19 April/2022|
|18||05;02 am||6;58 pm||20 April/2022|
|19||05;01 am||6;59 pm||21 April/2022|
|20||05;00 am||6;59 pm||22 April/2022|
|21||04;59 am||6;59 pm||23 April/2022|
|22||04;58 am||7;00 pm||24 April/2022|
|23||04;58 am||7;00 pm||25 April/2022|
|24||04;57 am||7;00 pm||26 April/2022|
|25||04;56 am||7;01 pm||27 April/2022|
|26||04;55 am||7;01 pm||28 April/2022|
|27||04;54 am||7;01 pm||29 April/2022|
|28||04;54 am||7;02 pm||30 April/2022|
|29||04;53 am||7;02 pm||01 May 2022|
|30||04;52 am||7;02 pm||02 May 2022|
Mumbai India Ramadan Calendar Prayer Timings – Adhan Time
|Kanpur||04:40 /am||06:27 /pm|
|Hyderabad||04:56 /am||06:31 /pm|
|Delhi||04:49 /am||06:41 /pm|
|Ahmadabad||05:14 /am||06:56 /pm|
|Surat||05:15 /am||06:55 /pm|
|Mumbai||05:17 /am||06:54 /pm|
|Pune||05:14 /am||06:50 /pm|
|Bengalore||05:03 /am||06:32 /pm|
|Chennai||04:52 /am||06:22 /pm|
|Calcutta||04:12 /am||05:53 /pm|
Ramadan 2022 in India
Ramadan Kareem will start on 03 April 2022 to 02 may 2022 in India. However, the date is not confirmed as the holy month start with a glimpse of the crescent moon, and the decision of the moon sighting committee.
Muslims of India celebrate this month in a traditional and religious way. Everyone tries to spend the best time of the holy month to develop a pure relation with Allah and be a better person with a pure heart and soul. Many Masajid arranges the Sahar and Iftar meals for poor and needy people, and Special arrangements are made to offer Namaz-e-Taraweeh.
Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic calendar is a time of fasting and prayer for Muslims all over the world. Ramadan began on May 16th this year and will end on June 14th. The Indian Muslim calendar also follows the lunar cycle and thus the dates of Ramadan vary from year to year in the Gregorian calendar. This year, Ramadan coincides with the Hindu month of Shraavana.
The month of Ramadan is considered to be a time of great blessings and Muslims are encouraged to increase their religious observances during this time. The most important observance during Ramadan is fasting from sunrise to sunset. This includes not only refraining from food and drink, but also from any sinful behavior. The goal of fasting is to purify the soul and to increase one’s spiritual connection with Allah.
Muslims break their fast each day with a pre-dawn meal called Suhoor and then eat again after sunset called Iftar. Suhoor is typically a light meal, while Iftar is a more festive meal with friends and family. In India, there are many special dishes that are enjoyed during Iftar. Some of these include samosas, pakoras, halwa, and sheer khorma.