New Delhi Ramadan 2019 Timings: Sehri and Iftar Time Table

New Delhi, News Nation Bureau | Updated : 21 May 2019, 12:14 AM
Ramzan 2019 Timetable for Delhi (Representational Image)
Ramzan 2019 Timetable for Delhi (Representational Image)

With the crescent moon being sighted in various parts of India, the holy month of fasting for Muslims - Ramadan or Ramzan - had started on May 7. Ramzan which is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, involves rigorous fasting for Muslims between sunrise and sunset. During this 30-day period, Muslims do not consume food or water from dawn to dusk. They eat Sehri or Suhoor (a pre-dawn meal) and break their day-long fast with 'Iftar' in the evening.

A typical Suhoor often includes bread, vegetables, fruits, yogurt, tea, as well as lentils and beans. At sunset, when it's time to mark the end of the daylong fast, families and friends gather for Iftar - the fast-breaking meal. Iftar refers to some lavish affairs of home-cooked platters of rice, stews and meat, as well as spreads of desserts and other sweets.

However, the Sehri and Iftar timings vary from state to state based on the sunrise and sunset that change every day. Let's have a quick look at the Sehri and Iftar timings of Delhi based on Islamic Month and Gregorian Calendar.

Ramzan 2019 Timetable: Iftar & Sehri Timings in Delhi, India:

RAMADAN TIME TABLE 2019 – Delhi



Ramadan

DATE

SEHR

IFTAR

1

Sun 06 May

04:09 AM

7:00 PM

2

Mon 07 May

04:08 AM

7:01 PM

3

Tue 08 May

04:07 AM

7:02 PM

4

Wed 09 May

04:06 AM

7:02 PM

5

Thu 10 May

04:05 AM

7:03 PM

6

Fri 11 May

04:05 AM

7:03 PM

7

Sat 12 May

04:04 AM

7:04 PM

8

Sun 13 May

04:03 AM

7:05 PM

9

Mon 14 May

04:02 AM

7:05 PM

10

Tue 15 May

04:01 AM

7:06 PM

11

Wed 16 May

04:00 AM

7:06 PM

12

Thu 17 May

03:59 AM

7:07 PM

13

Fri 18 May

03:59 AM

7:08 PM

14

Sat 19 May

03:58 AM

7:08 PM

15

Sun 20 May

03:57 AM

7:09 PM

16

Mon 21 May

03:56 AM

7:09 PM

17

Tue 22 May

03:56 AM

7:10 PM

18

Wed 23 May

03:55 AM

7:10 PM

19

Thu 24 May

03:54 AM

7:11 PM

20

Fri 25 May

03:54 AM

7:12 PM

21

Sat 26 May

03:53 AM

7:12 PM

22

Sun 27 May

03:53 AM

7:13 PM

23

Mon 28 May

03:52 AM

7:13 PM

24

Tue 29 May

03:52 AM

7:14 PM

25

Wed 30 May

03:51 AM

7:14 PM

26

Thu 31 May

03:51 AM

7:15 PM

27

Fri 01 June

03:50 AM

7:15 PM

28

Sat 02 June

03:50 AM

7:16 PM

29

Sun 03 June

03:50 AM

7:16 PM

30

Mon 04 June

03:49 AM

7:17 PM

The Ramzan month will be culminated with the celebration of Eid-ul-Fitr in the first week of June. Eid-ul-Fitr, which symbolises peace and brotherhood, is marked with feasts and the faithful offers prayers at mosques and idgahs to seek blessings of the divine.

People, especially children dress up in their traditional fineries to celebrate the festival that spreads the message of brotherhood and communal amity.

First Published: Tuesday, May 21, 2019 12:14 AM
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