Châtillon-le-duc Sehri & Iftar Timing - France

Today 11 Apr 2021 Châtillon-le-duc Sehri Time is 05:03 am, and Châtillon-le-duc Iftar Time is 8:21 pm. Sehri and Iftar time in Châtillon-le-duc is according to today's Islamic date and month as 01 Ramadan 1442. 30 days monthly calendar for Châtillon-le-duc and suburb area is included with Suhoor and Iftar time for 30 days with Download PDF and Print features.

Today Châtillon-le-duc Sehri & Iftar Time

Date Sehri Iftar
11 Apr 2021 05:03 am 8:21 pm
Jafria: Sehri Time 04:53 am and Iftar Time 08:31 pm

Châtillon-le-duc Sehri & Iftar Timings

DATE SEHR IFTAR
11 April 2021 05:03 AM 8:21 PM
12 April 2021 05:00 AM 8:22 PM
13 April 2021 04:58 AM 8:23 PM
14 April 2021 04:55 AM 8:25 PM
15 April 2021 04:53 AM 8:26 PM
16 April 2021 04:50 AM 8:28 PM
17 April 2021 04:48 AM 8:29 PM
18 April 2021 04:45 AM 8:30 PM
19 April 2021 04:43 AM 8:32 PM
20 April 2021 04:40 AM 8:33 PM
21 April 2021 04:38 AM 8:35 PM
22 April 2021 04:35 AM 8:36 PM
23 April 2021 04:33 AM 8:37 PM
24 April 2021 04:30 AM 8:39 PM
25 April 2021 04:28 AM 8:40 PM
26 April 2021 04:25 AM 8:41 PM
27 April 2021 04:23 AM 8:43 PM
28 April 2021 04:20 AM 8:44 PM
29 April 2021 04:17 AM 8:46 PM
30 April 2021 04:15 AM 8:47 PM
01 May 2021 04:12 AM 8:48 PM
02 May 2021 04:10 AM 8:50 PM
03 May 2021 04:07 AM 8:51 PM
04 May 2021 04:05 AM 8:52 PM
05 May 2021 04:02 AM 8:54 PM
06 May 2021 04:00 AM 8:55 PM
07 May 2021 03:57 AM 8:56 PM
08 May 2021 03:55 AM 8:58 PM
09 May 2021 03:52 AM 8:59 PM
10 May 2021 03:50 AM 9:00 PM

Ramadan Time 2021 in Châtillon-le-duc is based on the time of Inteha e Sehar and iftar. Today 11 Apr 2021 Châtillon-le-duc Sehri time is 05:03 AM and Châtillon-le-duc Iftar time is 8:21 PM. The total duration of Fasting depends on the duration or number of hours between Suhoor and Iftar that is from Dawn to Dusk.

The information about Sehri time in Châtillon-le-duc and Iftar time in Châtillon-le-duc is mentioned on this page. It is noted that both Châtillon-le-duc Iftar time and Châtillon-le-duc Sehri time change on daily basis. The fasting in Ramadan is obligatory on Muslims and the knowledge about Sehri time Châtillon-le-duc and Iftar time allow them to open and close fast on accurate time. With the help of this page, you can remain updated with both these timings.

Several people also do Nafil fasting as per the Châtillon-le-duc Iftar time and Châtillon-le-duc Sehri time. The 13th, 14th, and 15th dates of Islamic months are known as Ayyam e Baiz. Muslims usually do fasting on these dates according to the Iftar time Châtillon-le-duc and Sehri time Châtillon-le-duc. On the other side, people also visit Châtillon-le-duc from other cities for job, business, or travel purposes, and they want to remain updated with information related to the Sehri time in Châtillon-le-duc and Iftar time in Châtillon-le-duc.

There is a difference of few minutes in Châtillon-le-duc Sehri time and Châtillon-le-duc Iftar time of Fiqa Hanafi and Fiqa Jafria. The Iftar time Châtillon-le-duc for Shia Muslims comes around 10 minutes after the Iftar time In Châtillon-le-duc for Sunni Muslims. Similarly, the Sehri time Châtillon-le-duc today 2021 for Ahle Tashi Muslims comes before the today Sehri time in Châtillon-le-duc for Sunni Islam sect. The information about today's Iftar time Châtillon-le-duc and Sehri time Châtillon-le-duc for both fiqh is present on this page.

What is Sehri time in Châtillon-le-duc today?

Today Sehri Time in Châtillon-le-duc is 05:03 am on 11 Apr 2021. It is usually recommended to stop eating one or two minutes before the Sehri time. The beginning time for Fajr prayer is the start of fasting, and Quran Verse for Sehri start time is:

"And eat and drink until the white thread of the dawn becomes distinct from the black thread (darkness of night); then complete the fast up to the night."

What is Iftar Time in Châtillon-le-duc?

Today Châtillon-le-duc Iftar Time is 8:21 pm on 11 Apr 2021, and tomorrow 12 Apr 2021 iftar time will be 8:22 pm.

What is Ramadan Start Date and End Date?

Ramadan Start: Apr 14, 2021 & Ramadan End: May 13, 2021. It is generally observed that Ramadan starts one day later in some parts of the world such as South Asian countries including India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh.

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