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Sehri & Iftar Time Bangladesh 2023 – Ramadan Calendar 2023 PDF Download

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Sehri & Iftar Time Bangladesh 2023 – Ramadan Calendar 2023 PDF Download. It is very good news for Muslim ummah that Mahe Ramadan 2023 will start very soon after few days. Mahe Ramadan’s 1st Roja of 1443 Hijri will be held on 24th March 2023. It is a month of full of blessings and Rahmat of the Almighty. This month is about to get relief from the sin and earn Jannah. Romjaner Roja 2023 Kobe? Romjan Calendar Bangladesh 2023. Roja and Sehrir Shomoishuchi 2023, Roja and Sehri Calendar Download 2023. Sehri & Iftar Time of All districts of Bangladesh will find here. Dhaka, Barishal, Chattogram, Rangpur, Khulna, Rajshahi, Cumilla, Dinajpur, Mymensingh, Jashore, Magura and other districts Ramadan Calendar and Sehri & Iftar Time in 2023, Today Sehri and Iftar Time in Bangladesh. Ajker Sehri & Iftar Shomoi 2023.

Sehri & Iftar Time Bangladesh 2023 – Ramadan Calendar 2023 PDF Download

The holy month of Ramadan is coming soon. The schedule of Sehri and Iftar for the month of Ramadan has been published by the Islamic Foundation (ইফা). Depending on the sighting of the moon, Ramadan will start from March 23 or 24. The month of Ramadan will start on March 24, subject to the sighting of the Ramadan moon. According to the schedule, the last time of Sehri in Dhaka is 4:38 AM in the morning and the time of Iftar is 6:14.

However, according to the distance, people in different parts of the country will add Sehri and Iftar by adding up to 11 minutes and subtracting up to 10 minutes with the maximum time in Dhaka. The schedule published by the Islamic Foundation is as follows:

Islamic Foundation Sehri & Iftar Timetable 2023 Ramadan Calendar 2023

Here is the Ramadan calendar of the Islamic Foundation of Bangladesh. According the appearance of the Moon the 1st Roja will start on 24th March in 2023. Check the new sehri and iftar timetable below:

Islamic Foundation Sehri and Iftar Timetable 2023

  • Today 17 April Sehri time in Dhaka: 04:12 AM.
  • Today Iftar time in Dhaka: 6:24 PM.

Sehri & Iftar Time Bangladesh 2023 - Ramadan Calendar 2023 PDF Download

Schedule of Ramadan’s Sehri and Iftar 2023

 

1st 10 Days of Ramadan

Ramadan

March/April

Day

Sehri (am)

Iftar (pm)

 1  24 March  Friday  04:38  06:14
 2  25  Saturday  04:37  06:14
 3  26  Sunday  04:36  06:15
 4  27  Monday  04:35  06:15
 5  28  Tuesday  04:34  06:16
 6  29  Wednesday  04:32  06:16
 7  30  Thursday  04:31  06:17
 8  31  Friday  04:30  06:17
 9  01 April  Saturday  04:29  06:18
 10 02  Sunday  04:28  06:18

2nd 10 Days of Ramadan

 11  03  Monday  04:27  06:19
 12  04  Tuesday  04:26  06:19
 13  05  Wednesday  04:25  06:20
 14  06  Thursday  04:24  06:20
 15  07  Friday  04:23  06:21
 16  08  Saturday  04:22  06:21
 17  09  Sunday  04:21  06:22
 18  10  Monday  04:20  06:22
 19  11  Tuesday  04:19  06:22
 20  12  Wednesday  04:18  06:23

3rd 10 Days of Mahe Ramadan

 21  13  Thursday  04:16  06:23
 22  14  Friday  04:15  06:23
 23  15  Saturday  04:14  06:24
 24  16  Sunday  04:13  06:24
 25  17  Monday  04:12  06:24
 26  18  Tuesday  04:11  06:25
 27  19  Wednesday  04:10  06:25
 28  20  Thursday  03:09  06:26
 29  21  Friday  03:08  06:26
 30  22  Saturday  03:07  06:26

 (Source: Islamic Foundation Bangladesh)

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Special prayers to be recited in Ramadan:

Ramadan is a very dignified and virtuous month. In this month, Allah the Almighty bestows unceasing mercy and blessings on His servants. And He gives forgiveness and salvation to the servant. On the last day of the month of Sha’ban, the beloved Prophet (peace be upon him) asked his ummah to recite special Tasbih and Dua. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) spent the entire month of Ramadaan through tasbih, Istegfar and duaa, a special admonition for the ummah. So that people can fully prepare themselves for the welfare of this world and the hereafter through this special tasbih, istegfar and dua.

Announcement the date of Shab-e Barat 2023 in Bangladesh

Monday (March) is the 30th day of the month of Rajab. The counting of Shaban month will start from tomorrow Tuesday (March). As such, the holy Shab-e barat will be celebrated on Monday night, March 8. In other words, the moon of the holy month of Shaban was not seen anywhere in the sky of the country on Sunday evening. At the end of the month of Shaban, the month of Ramadan begins with the joyous message of Eid-ul-Fitr, the biggest religious festival of the Muslims.

When to celebrate Holy Shab-e-Barat 2023 in Bangladesh/Shab-e-Barat 2023 Kobe? Ans: On 8th March 2023 Monday. Check the official announcement of Islamic Foundation according the Shab-e Barat 2023:

What is Shab-e Barat?

Holy Shabe Barat, know the virtues and deeds of this night: Muslims of different countries including Bangladesh spend the holy night of Lailatul Barat known as ‘Fate Night/ভাগ্য রজনী’ through supererogatory prayers, recitation of Qur’an and worship.

Of the days and nights famous in Islamic Tamaddun or Muslim culture, 5 nights are particularly significant and very special. These 5 special nights are: two nights of Eid, Shab-e Meraj, Shab-e Barat and Shab-e Qadar. Those who realize the importance of night worship, make every night a Shabe Barat.

Virtues of Shab-e-Barat:

Virtues of Shabe Barat: This hadith is the most famous and accepted about the virtues of Shabe Barat. All the virtues of this night are understood through a hadith. Through this night’s prayer, Allah will forgive the repentant, provide for the needy, and free the needy.

Conclusion

If you are a true Muslim you should keep fasting in Ramadan and celebrate the holy Ramadan with full of prayers, recitation of Qur’an and worship. We have published at our website the calendar you want to get. So if you have any issue to download it you may inform us via comment.