Each passing day brings us closer to the holy month of Ramadan, along with the growing anticipation of welcoming it with enthusiasm and joy.
Ramadan is a sacred month of the Islamic calendar, which is the month of fasting for practising Muslims.
It comes with numerous blessings and holds importance for some of the most important events in Islam, such as the revelation of the Holy Quran.
Each day in the month from Seher (Dawn) to Iftar (Maghrib), Muslims restrain from eating and drinking. The Sehri time and Iftar time differ as per city, proportional to the rising of the sun, and the same goes for Iftar (related to the setting of the sun).
Graana.com brings you a complete Sehr and Iftar calendar, specifically for the residents of Islamabad.
Ramadan timings are completely dependent on the lunar setting and calendar. The table given is predicted through scientific forecasts and the previous month’s timings of dawn and dusk.
The lunar month consists of around 29-30 days, which is based on moonsighting. Keeping this in view, the month of Ramadan also consists of 29-30 fasts, and after the sight of the moon, Eid-ul-Fitr is celebrated.
For the year 2022, Ramadan is likely to start on April 2nd, 2022 (Saturday). The month has been predicted to last for 30 days, and hence Eid will be celebrated on May 2nd, 2022.
You can also refer to our complete Ramadan Calendar 2023 for more information.
Importance of Ramadan Calendar 2022
Keeping a solid track of Sehri and Iftar time is an important element of Ramadan, in order to make sure you complete your Sehri and break your fast at the right time.
It is important to note that Ramadan timings differ as per area; so the same table will not work for all people.
For people living in the Capital, you can follow the complete Sehri and Iftar Time in Islamabad mentioned below.
|Roza||Date||Sehri Time||Iftar Time|
|1||02 April 2022||4:29 AM||6:30 PM|
|2||03 April 2022||4:27 AM||6:31 PM|
|3||04 April 2022||4:26 AM||6:31 PM|
|4||05 April 2022||4:24 AM||6:32 PM|
|5||06 April 2022||4:23 AM||6:33 PM|
|6||07 April 2022||4:21 AM||6:34 PM|
|7||08 April 2022||4:20 AM||6:34 PM|
|8||09 April 2022||4:18 AM||6:35 PM|
|9||10 April 2022||4:17 AM||6:36 PM|
|10||11 April 2022||4:15 AM||6:36 PM|
|11||12 April 2022||4:14 AM||6:37 PM|
|12||13 April 2022||4:12 AM||6:37 PM|
|13||14 April 2022||4:11 AM||6:38 PM|
|14||15 April 2022||4:09 AM||6:39 PM|
|15||16 April 2022||4:08 AM||6:40 PM|
|16||17 April 2022||4:07 AM||6:41 PM|
|17||18 April 2022||4:05 AM||6:42 PM|
|18||19 April 2022||4:04 AM||6:43 PM|
|19||20 April 2022||4:02 AM||6:43 PM|
|20||21April 2022||4:01 AM||6:44 PM|
|21||22 April 2022||3:59 AM||6:45 PM|
|22||23 April 2022||3:58 AM||6:46 PM|
|23||24 April 2022||3:56 AM||6:46 PM|
|24||25 April 2022||3:55 AM||6:47 PM|
|25||26 April 2022||3:54 AM||6:48 PM|
|26||27 April 2022||3:52 AM||6:49 PM|
|27||28 April 2022||3:51 AM||6:49 PM|
|28||29 April 2022||3:50 AM||6:50 PM|
|29||30 April 2022||3:48 AM||6:51 PM|
|30||1 May 2022||3:47 AM||
Important Pointers to Keep in Mind During the Month of Ramadan
Fasting is an act of refraining from bodily needs to practice patience and self-restraint, which is why eating and drinking in public if you’re not fasting due to any reason, is something you should avoid.
It is found offensive by not only people but also by law that can result in you paying heavy penalties.
Because of this, schools, offices and universities adjust their timings accordingly to accommodate people in breaking their fasts comfortably at home.
This Ramzan Calendar for Sehri and Iftar Time in Islamabad 2022 is an accurate schedule that will help you in following your fasting routine easily.
If you’re looking for more information about the month of Ramadan, follow our blog at Graana.com.