Bangladesh Ramadan Calendar 2022

Bangladesh Ramadan Time 2022 consists of Ramadan Calendar 2022 Bangladesh and Timetable 30 days for all cities. The month of Ramadan 2022 is starting from 02 April 2022 and the 1st Ramadan in Bangladesh will be on Friday, 1443 Hijri. Ramadan Sehri Time and Iftar Time for different cities are mentioned below, Where you get a daily exact time for Ramadan 2022 Bangladesh.

Ramadan Starting Date 2022 in Bangladesh

Ramadan Timetable 2022 Bangladesh

City Sehr Iftar
Dhaka 05:05 am 05:12 pm
Narsingdi 05:04 am 05:11 pm
Tungi 05:05 am 05:12 pm
Jessore 05:09 am 05:18 pm
Khulna 05:07 am 05:17 pm
Rajshahi 05:13 am 05:18 pm
Rangpur 05:13 am 05:13 pm
Chittagong 04:58 am 05:09 pm
Comilla 05:02 am 05:10 pm
Cox S Bazar 04:56 am 05:10 pm

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Bangladesh Ramadan Timing 2022 – Ramadan is the month of blessing for Muslims worldwide. During the whole month of Ramadan; Muslims fast and pray to seek forgiveness, blessings, and mercy of Allah Almighty. Muslims all over the world prepare for this month in advance. Checking the Ramadan timings in advance is one of the most practiced tasks. Muslims prefer to check their respective city’s Ramadan timings. The geographical location of the city plays its part in identifying the accurate Sehri and Iftar timings of every city. Bangladesh Ramadan Timings 2022 are specific for Bangladesh and verified according to the lunar calendar. It is confirmed after the announcement of the Ramadan moon.

Ramadan is the holiest month that marked the ninth position in the Islamic calendar. For Bangladeshi people, it’s a religious festival that lasts long for 29 or 30 days depending on the sighting of the moon as per Bangladesh Ramadan timings. People in Bangladesh consider Ramadan as a month in which they more easily promote peace and teaching of Islamic faith because this month we keep fasting that gives us the lesson of tolerance, self-purification, and helping others.

During the month of Ramadan people decorated streets and markets with lights that show the atmosphere of festival and dedication of people to celebrate the holiest month with devotion and passion. Masses of people in Bangladesh during Ramadan show their complete participation from fasting to praying and other religious duties depending on Bangladesh Ramadan timings.

In the holiest month of Ramadan also in Bangladesh adults, mostly keep fast as per Bangladesh Ramadan timings. In Ramadan, they avoid eating and drinking from eating from dawn to dusk depending on Bangladesh Ramadan timings whereas after iftar they are allowed to eat and drink whatever they want till the end time of Suhoor. In Suhoor and Iftar, they mostly eat local foods in Bangladesh like “Jilapi” which is a sweet dish, “Piazu” which is made from onions, and “Beguni”, which is made from Bringle. On iftar mostly people use the opportunity to visit relatives or friends' houses so they can eat Iftar together which helps in strengthening the bond between them.

Different local organizations and committees arrange open Iftar on Bangladesh Ramadan timings and food and charity drives which facilitate people from various economic backgrounds and build bonds of unity between them. In Bangladesh, people arrange Tarawih prayers as per Bangladesh Ramadan timings in which they complete the recitation of mostly one Quran. During the month of Ramadan in Bangladesh people also exchange gifts with each other to show the gesture of peace and harmony.

The other activities that go on during the month of Ramadan in Bangladesh mostly are hosting forums and discussion on religious topics by different total committees that are open for all people and share the real message of Islam. We all know the month of Ramadan is all about giving and taking care of other peoples and learn about your religion and faith. And every year with great excitement Bangladeshi people cherishes the month of Ramadan.

Find today Sehri and Iftar Ramadan Times in Bangladesh. Fasting timetable (Roza) and schedule according to Bangladesh for different Fiqa as Hanafi (Sunni) and Fiqa Jafria (Shia). As Holy Ramadan is the month of Fasting for all Muslims around the World and the Sehri and Iftar timing depends on Sunrise Sunset that is why Hamariweb.com provides Bangladesh Ramadan calendar 2022 with a complete month schedule according to cities get updated Sehri and Iftar Bangladesh Ramadan calendar 2022. Search designed Ramadan calendar 2022, especially for both fiqh Jafri & Hanafi. Find accurate fiqa Jafria iftar time, fiqa Hanafi iftar time, fiqa Jafria sehri time & fiqa Hanafi sehri time. Stay connected to hamariweb.com this Ramadan for Sehri and Iftar Times.

What People Ask About Ramadan Time 2022? Question & Answer (Q & A)

Q: What is Ramadan Time in Bangladesh?

Ramadan Time 2022 in Dhaka is, SEHR 05:05 AM and IFTAR 05:12 PM

Q: What is Sehri time in Bangladesh?

Today Sehri Time in Dhaka is 05:05 AM on 05 Dec 2022

Q: What is Iftar Time in Bangladesh?

Today Iftar Time in Dhaka is 05:12 PM on 05 Dec 2022

Q: What is Ramadan Start Date in Bangladesh and End Date?

This year Ramadan starts on Apr 02, 2022 & Ramadan Ends on May 01, 2022. It is generally observed that Ramadan starts one day later in some parts of the world majorly in sub-content including India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and many other countries.

Latest Reviews on Bangladesh Ramadan Timings
Chittagong Ramadan Timings

It is really helpful indeed, jazakillahu khoir to all the brothers and sisters who invested it.

  • Maisoon Menaal , Chittagong
  • Sat 30 Apr, 2022
Dhaka Ramadan Timings

It is a good way to know ifter time

  • Tahsin , Dhaka
  • Tue 05 Apr, 2022
Rajshahi Ramadan Timings

Romjan o shaharir somoi suchi

  • Sabbir , Rajshahi
  • Mon 04 Apr, 2022
Thakurgaon Ramadan Timings

What is Iftar Time in Thakurgaon?

  • Rahmatullah , Thakurgaon
  • Mon 04 Apr, 2022
Sylhet Ramadan Timings

In fasting food is an important part. Our right choice of food can help us focus on work or not. So, it is important that we eat right, clean and healthy food to keep us awake for prayers, Quran recitation and good deeds.

  • Sania Marij , Sylhet
  • Mon 04 Apr, 2022