Ramadan Timetable Manchester 2023

Manchester Ramadan Timetable 2023

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

Manchester ramadan time table 2023

Ramadan Timetable 2023 in Manchester

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. 

What time is iftar in Manchester today?

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

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When is Ramadan 2023 in Manchester?

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

Ramadan: special time for many Muslims

For Muslims all over the world, the fasting month of Ramadan is now beginning. Once a year, many Muslims fast for about a month from dawn to sunset. This means they do not eat or drink anything during this time. There are more than one billion Muslims around the world. 

During Ramadan, many Muslims pray especially frequently because they want to think about Allah especially often during this time. During the fasting month, Muslims should refrain from doing things that could distract them from Allah and their faith. In addition, fasting people should not think or do anything bad, especially during this time. Therefore, many Muslims try to be especially nice to their fellow human beings during Ramadan and not to quarrel. In the evening, when the sun has set, it is permitted to eat and drink during Ramadan. After sunset, many families gather to eat, pray, or read the Quran together. 

By the way: Traditionally, Ramadan begins when the crescent moon is visible in the sky again after the new moon. This can vary in different countries. That’s why this year Ramadan in Iran and Pakistan, for example, begins one day later – because the moon was not yet visible.

Dua for Breaking Fast

رَبَّنَا لَا تُؤَاخِذْنَآ إِن نَّسِينَآ أَوْ أَخْطَأْنَا ۚ رَبَّنَا وَلَا تَحْمِلْ عَلَيْنَآ إِصْرًا كَمَا حَمَلْتَهُۥ عَلَى ٱلَّذِينَ مِن قَبْلِنَا ۚ رَبَّنَا وَلَا تُحَمِّلْنَا مَا لَا طَاقَةَ لَنَا بِهِۦ ۖ

وَٱعْفُ عَنَّا وَٱغْفِرْ لَنَا

وَٱرْحَمْنَآ ۚ أَنتَ مَوْلَىٰنَا فَٱنصُرْنَا عَلَى ٱلْقَوْمِ ٱلْكَٰفِرِينَ

Rabbenâ lâ tuâhıznâ in nesînâ ev ahta’nâ, rabbenâ ve lâ tahmil aleynâ ısran kemâ hameltehu alellezîne min kablinâ, rabbenâ ve lâ tuhammilnâ mâ lâ tâkate lenâ bih(bihî), va’fu annâ, vagfir lenâ, verhamnâ, ente mevlânâ fensurnâ alel kavmil kâfirîn. (Al- Baqara, 286)