Islamic foundation Bangladesh Ramadan Calendar 2018. World Wide Ramadan Timing 2018. Ramadan ul Mubarak 2018. Iftar Shari Timetable 2018 Bangladesh found here.
Ramadan calendar 2018 is now available at commontarget.net. Iftar is the evening meal or meal to use breaking of Fast when Muslims end their daily Ramadan fast at sunset. Sheri is eating something before dawn. Taking of Sheri is a Sunnah.
Iftar Shari Timetable 2018 Bangladesh Details Found Here
Ramadan is the 9th month of the Arabic calendar which month calls the World Muslims fasting month or Roja Month where Muslims of worldwide keep fasting for a certain time.
Sahari and Iftar Niat & Duwa
Shab-E-Barat will be held on 11 May 2017 Night
Ramadan 2017 will be started from 28 May 2017. Depends on appears seen the Moon.
Iftar Shari Timetable for Dhaka, Bangladesh
Ramadan Iftar Shari Timetable 2017 other parts of the World
Date of Eid ul Fitr 2017
Most likely Eid ul Fitr in Bangladesh will be held on 26 June or 27 June 2017. If Ramadan lasts for 29 days then Eid will be held on 26 June 2017. But if Ramadan lasts for 30 days or if we failed to see the moon on 25th June then we will celebrate the Eidul Fitr on 27 June 2017.
Roja is the third Pillar among the five pillars of Islam. The Five Pillars of Islam are Kalema, Namaz, Roja, Hajj and Zakat.
How Muslims from around the worldwide observe Iftar the breaking of their daily fast
Iftar is the meal served at sunset during Ramadan, as Muslims break the daily fast. Muslims traditionally first break the fast with dates and either water or a yogurt drink. After maghrib prayer, they then have a full-course meal, consisting of soup, salad, appetizers and main dishes.
The Iftars are a seasonal event held in the month of Ramadan. Come join us for an evening with a traditional “breakfast” meal at our home in.
Taking of Sehri is Sunnah. If one is not hungry and has no desire to eat, then two or three dates or some other light food may be taken or some water at least should be drunk.
If anyone woke up and did not eat anything as Sehri but only chewed a beta leaf, then he will get the credit of Shri.
As far as possible the taking of Sehri should be delayed but not so much that the dawn may appear and put the fast in doubt.
If Sheri is taken early but continued to take tea etc. for long and gargled near dawn, then the credit of delayed Sehri is gained.
If anyone did not wake up for Sehri and all remained asleep, then fast should be observed without it. It is a sin and also cowardice not to keep a last because of not eating Shri.
It is permissible to take Sheri till Fajr time starts and not after that.
Details and more information found in Bangladesh Islamic Foundation website www.islamicfoundation.gov.bd