Milot Ramadan Timings - Albania

Today's Sehr o Iftar Time

4 Shaaban 1439
 Sehr   سحر 
 Iftar   افطار 
  04:09 am   7:29 pm
Fiqa Jafria: Sehr 03:59 am  Iftar 07:39 pm

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30 DAYS: SEHR-O-IFTAR TIME
Date Day Sehr Iftar
16 May Wednesday 03:24 am 7:56 pm
17 May Thursday 03:22 am 7:57 pm
18 May Friday 03:21 am 7:58 pm
19 May Saturday 03:19 am 7:59 pm
20 May Sunday 03:18 am 8:00 pm
21 May Monday 03:16 am 8:01 pm
22 May Tuesday 03:15 am 8:01 pm
23 May Wednesday 03:13 am 8:02 pm
24 May Thursday 03:12 am 8:03 pm
25 May Friday 03:11 am 8:04 pm
26 May Saturday 03:09 am 8:05 pm
27 May Sunday 03:08 am 8:06 pm
28 May Monday 03:07 am 8:07 pm
29 May Tuesday 03:06 am 8:08 pm
30 May Wednesday 03:05 am 8:08 pm
31 May Thursday 03:04 am 8:09 pm
01 June Friday 03:03 am 8:10 pm
02 June Saturday 03:02 am 8:11 pm
03 June Sunday 03:01 am 8:11 pm
04 June Monday 03:00 am 8:12 pm
05 June Tuesday 02:59 am 8:13 pm
06 June Wednesday 02:59 am 8:13 pm
07 June Thursday 02:58 am 8:14 pm
08 June Friday 02:57 am 8:15 pm
09 June Saturday 02:57 am 8:15 pm
10 June Sunday 02:56 am 8:16 pm
11 June Monday 02:56 am 8:16 pm
12 June Tuesday 02:55 am 8:17 pm
13 June Wednesday 02:55 am 8:17 pm
14 June Thursday 02:55 am 8:18 pm
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Milot Ramadan Time 2018 (Daily Sher-o-Iftar time)

Milot Ramadan (رمضان) Timetable 2018 along with Today's Sehr-o-Iftar Time of 21 Apr, 2018 (4 Shaaban 1439 ) as follows: SEHAR Time: 04:09 am and IFTAR Time: 7:29 pm. According to Fiqa Jafria Sehro Iftar Time as follows: SEHAR Time: 03:59 am and IFTAR Time: 07:39 pm. Hamariweb.com designed Ramadan calendar especially for Milot Ramadan Timing for all fiqha and sect. The variation of term is different in languages and regions is as follows: Ramadan is called in Arabic رمضان or Ramadhan, in Urdu it is called Ramazan and in Turkish as Ramathan, Muslim also call Saum, Roza or Siyam. It is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, and the month in which the Quran was revealed. Fasting during the month of Ramadan is one of the Five Pillars of Islam. The month is spent by Muslims fasting during the daylight hours from dawn to sunset (also called sehri/Suhur and iftaar time).

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