Ramadan Timetable London 2023

London Ramadan Timetable 2023

Ramadan Timetable 2023 London provides you the latest information on London Sahur times and Birmingham iftar times. With the Ramadan 2023 Timetable London you can find out the prayer times on a daily basis.

London Ramadan Timetable 2023

Ramadan Timetable 2023 in London

Alhamdulillah! The blessed month of Ramadan is coming again with all its blessings. Muslim brothers and sisters around the world have been looking forward to this month to worship Almighty Allah and to experience the spirit of the blessed month of Ramadan. 

Muslims who are waiting for the month of Ramadan and living in the city of London are  wondering “When is iftar time in London?”. On Muslim-Salah, you can find the London 2023 Ramadan Timetable, which is suitable for Islamic measurement methods, on our site.

What time is iftar in London today?

The holy month of Ramadan comes to bless the Islamic world with its spiritual beauties. In this blessed month, believers practice fasting.

“What time is Sahur in London? Our brothers and sisters who are curious about answers to questions like” What time is Iftar in London? ” and ” When is Ramadan 2023 Timetable London?’’, can download the Ramadan schedule on their computer or phone.

When is Ramadan 2023 in London?

Ramadan is approaching, the holy month of worship when Muslims gather at iftar tables and homes are filled with peace and prosperity. This year, Ramadan 2023 begins on March 22, 2023 and ends on April 21, 2023 

  • First Day  of Ramadan: Wednesday, March 22
  • Last Day of Ramadan: Friday, April 21 
  • Eid al-Fitr Day 1: Saturday, April 22
  • Eid al-Fitr Day 2: Sunday, April 23
  • Eid al-Fitr Day 3: Monday, April 24

Rules and rituals in the month of Ramadan

Numerous regulations order the timing, as well as the correct religious fasting and behavior in the month of Ramadan.

Thus, an extensive literature has grown up around the determination of the beginning and end of the month of Ramadan and the beginning and end of each day of fasting. The exact determination of prayer times, months, and feast days has driven the sciences of mathematics, astronomy, and geography in particular in the Islamic world since the emergence of Islam.

All Muslim feast days, including Ramadan or the pilgrimage to Mecca (Hajj) are once in summer and then again in winter. What is the reason for this? Solar calendar systems, such as the calendar used in Germany, are aligned according to the course of the sun. The months are fixed in relation to the seasons and a solar year lasts about 365 days. However, since the Islamic calendar is aligned with the moon, the Islamic year lasts only 354 days and 8 hours. The Islamic year is about 10-11 days shorter than the solar year, with its progression adjusted to the length of the seasons. In relation to the solar calendar, the dates of Islamic holidays and months therefore shift by about 10-11 days. The month of Ramadan therefore begins at dawn after the appearance of the new moon. In different religious centers of the Islamic world, scholars calculate the beginning and end of Ramadan respectively. Therefore, according to the geographical position, the beginning and end of Ramadan may differ slightly.

Days of Ramadan

Fasting begins at the start of dawn and ends at sunset. Before dawn, fasting people have a short meal. The Prophet often emphasized the importance and blessings in this meal. In addition, fasting people announce their fast with a declaration of intention (Arab. niya). In mosques or on the Internet, Muslims have a Ramadan 2023 London Timetable, that shows which the times of the beginning of the fast and the breaking of the fast are specified daily.

The aspect of community also plays an important role in Ramadan. It is a common practice that the breaking of the fast takes place in the community – either at home with family and friends or in the mosque at Ramadan 2023 timetable London. According to the Prophet’s Sunnah, the fast is broken with dates and water. Finally, after the Maghrib prayer, a meal is eaten together. After the night prayer (salat-ul-ishaa), the Tarawih prayer can additionally be performed at home or in the mosque – a voluntary prayer during Ramadan. Many use this prayer to recite one of the 30 parts of the Quran each day and thus have the entire Quran recited once during Ramadan. However, depending on time and physical condition, a small sura can also be recited.

For many Muslims, fasting was a challenge due to the pandemic lockdown, as many could not enjoy the aspect of community to the extent they were used to, especially for single people. However, we still can do our best and be with our families during Ramadan in London. You can find Ramadan 2022 timetable London on our websites during Ramadan.

Dua for Breaking Fast

بِسْمِ اللَّهِ اللَّهُمَّ لَكَ صُمْنَا وَ عَلَى رِزْقِكَ أَفْطَرْنَا فَتَقَبَّلْ مِنَّا إِنَّكَ أَنْتَ السَّمِيعُ الْعَلِيمُ

Bismillah Allaahumma Laka S’umnaa Wa A’laa Rizqika Aft’arnaa Fa—Taqabbal Minnaa Innaka Antas Samee—U’l’a’leem
In the name of Allah, O Allah, we fast, and with the food Thou gives us we break the fast, an obligation we fulfill, and Thou art Hearer, Knower