Daily Sehri & Iftar Times in Islamabad
You can view Islamabad Sehri time, Iftar time, and both Islamic and Georgian calendar dates on this page. For the convenience of people living in Islamabad and nearby areas who want to do fasting, a calendar for Ramadan and other months is present.
Fasting is regarded among the five main pillars of Islam. Muslims take a pre-dawn meal that is known as Sehri and later break their fast by consuming an Iftar meal in the dusk. This Sehr o Iftar calendar is great for people who want to keep Roza or Sawm without any hassle.
Sehri Iftar Time for Islamabad Month of Ramadan 2023
Today's 29 May, 2023 (08 Dhul-Qadah 1444), Islamabad Sehri Time is 03:18, and Iftar Time Islamabad is 19:12 according to sect school of Sunni, Hanafi & Shafi’i. The exact time table for fiqa Jafria or Shia Sehri time is 03:08, and Iftar time is 19:22. Sehri Time is also called suhoor or Sahoor and similar Iftar is also called iftari in several parts of the world.
You can look at Islamabad Sehri time and conclude your meal accordingly before the Azaan e Fajr. Ulema recommends stopping eating one or two minutes before today Sehri time. It would also help you to know Islamabad Iftar time and break your fast timely.
Islamabad Sehri Time & Iftar timings for the whole year are present on a page which means that you can view Islamabad roza timing 2023 and beyond for any particular day. Islamabad sehr o iftar timings for both fiqa Hanafi Sunni and fiqa Jafria Shia are mentioned for your convenience. Just check out the timetable to get information about today's iftar and tomorrow's sehri timings in Islamabad. However, it is recommended that you should maintain a difference of one minute in the Islamabad Sehri time and Iftar time.
Disclaimer: We make every effort to verify all information in Hamariweb.com but it’s always better to double consult from your local Mosque / Masjid. If there is any issue, concern or you find any error, please email us at [email protected] Please note there is a 1 minute preventative difference in both as Sehr Time set 1 minute earlier and Iftar 1 minute later here.