Ramadan Time Table 2022 Dubai (UAE) PDF - Overview
Ramadan Time Table 2022, Imsak timings, Iftar timings for Dubai, Sharjah, Abu Dhabi
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Ramadan Prayer Time Table 2022
Ramadan Time Table 2022 UAE Timings | Ramadan 2022 Dubai Timings | Ramadan 2022 UAE | Ramadan Timings 2022
|1||Saturday||April 02 2022||4:41 AM||4:51 AM||6:06 AM||12:25 PM||3:52 PM||6:39 PM||7:54 PM|
|2||Sunday||April 03 2022||4:40 AM||4:50 AM||6:05 AM||12:25 PM||3:52 PM||6:39 PM||7:54 PM|
|3||Monday||April 04 2022||4:39 AM||4:49 AM||6:04 AM||12:25 PM||3:52 PM||6:40 PM||7:55 PM|
|4||Tuesday||April 05 2022||4:38 AM||4:48 AM||6:03 AM||12:24 PM||3:51 PM||6:40 PM||7:55 PM|
|5||Wednesday||April 06 2022||4:37 AM||4:47 AM||6:02 AM||12:24 PM||3:51 PM||6:41 PM||7:56 PM|
|6||Thursday||April 07 2022||4:36 AM||4:46 AM||6:01 AM||12:24 PM||3:51 PM||6:41 PM||7:57 PM|
|7||Friday||April 08 2022||4:35 AM||4:45 AM||6:00 AM||12:24 PM||3:51 PM||6:42 PM||7:57 PM|
|8||Saturday||April 09 2022||4:33 AM||4:43 AM||5:59 AM||12:23 PM||3:51 PM||6:42 PM||7:58 PM|
|9||Sunday||April 10 2022||4:32 AM||4:42 AM||5:58 AM||12:23 PM||3:50 PM||6:43 PM||7:58 PM|
|10||Monday||April 11 2022||4:31 AM||4:41 AM||5:57 AM||12:23 PM||3:50 PM||6:43 PM||7:59 PM|
|11||Tuesday||April 12 2022||4:30 AM||4:40 AM||5:56 AM||12:22 PM||3:50 PM||6:43 PM||8:00 PM|
|12||Wednesday||April 13 2022||4:29 AM||4:39 AM||5:55 AM||12:22 PM||3:50 PM||6:44 PM||8:00 PM|
|13||Thursday||April 14 2022||4:28 AM||4:38 AM||5:54 AM||12:22 PM||3:49 PM||6:44 PM||8:01 PM|
|14||Friday||April 15 2022||4:27 AM||4:37 AM||5:53 AM||12:22 PM||3:49 PM||6:45 PM||8:01 PM|
|15||Saturday||April 16 2022||4:26 AM||4:36 AM||5:52 AM||12:21 PM||3:49 PM||6:45 PM||8:02 PM|
|16||Sunday||April 17 2022||4:25 AM||4:35 AM||5:51 AM||12:21 PM||3:49 PM||6:46 PM||8:03 PM|
|17||Monday||April 18 2022||4:23 AM||4:33 AM||5:50 AM||12:21 PM||3:48 PM||6:46 PM||8:03 PM|
|18||Tuesday||April 19 2022||4:22 AM||4:32 AM||5:49 AM||12:21 PM||3:48 PM||6:47 PM||8:04 PM|
|19||Wednesday||April 20 2022||4:21 AM||4:31 AM||5:49 AM||12:21 PM||3:48 PM||6:47 PM||8:05 PM|
|20||Thursday||April 21 2022||4:20 AM||4:30 AM||5:48 AM||12:20 PM||3:48 PM||6:48 PM||8:05 PM|
|21||Friday||April 22 2022||4:19 AM||4:29 AM||5:47 AM||12:20 PM||3:47 PM||6:48 PM||8:06 PM|
|22||Saturday||April 23 2022||4:18 AM||4:28 AM||5:46 AM||12:20 PM||3:47 PM||6:49 PM||8:07 PM|
|23||Sunday||April 24 2022||4:17 AM||4:27 AM||5:45 AM||12:20 PM||3:47 PM||6:49 PM||8:07 PM|
|24||Monday||April 25 2022||4:16 AM||4:26 AM||5:44 AM||12:20 PM||3:47 PM||6:50 PM||8:08 PM|
|25||Tuesday||April 26 2022||4:15 AM||4:25 AM||5:43 AM||12:19 PM||3:46 PM||6:50 PM||8:09 PM|
|26||Wednesday||April 27 2022||4:14 AM||4:24 AM||5:43 AM||12:19 PM||3:46 PM||6:51 PM||8:09 PM|
|27||Thursday||April 28 2022||4:13 AM||4:23 AM||5:42 AM||12:19 PM||3:46 PM||6:51 PM||8:10 PM|
|28||Friday||April 29 2022||4:12 AM||4:22 AM||5:41 AM||12:19 PM||3:46 PM||6:52 PM||8:11 PM|
|29||Saturday||April 30 2022||4:11 AM||4:21 AM||5:40 AM||12:19 PM||3:46 PM||6:52 PM||8:11 PM|
|30||Sunday||May 01 2022||4:10 AM||4:20 AM||5:40 AM||12:19 PM||3:45 PM||6:53 PM||8:12 PM|
What is Ramadan
Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar when Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset for approximately 30 days. The lunar calendar is based on the monthly cycles of the moon’s phases. In the month of Ramadan, Muslims believe the Holy Quran was revealed to Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) by the archangel Gabriel in the seventh century. The last 10 days of Ramadan are considered to be the holiest. The most important night is Laylat Al Qadr or the “Night of Power”, believed to be the holiest night of the year.
Ramadan is a time when practicing Muslims refrain from all food, drink, smoking, and sex from sunrise to sunset. Most Muslims spend their time in prayer, performing charitable acts, and purifying the mind and body. During Ramadan many Muslim countries often shorten workdays to allow for additional prayer time. In the UAE working hours are reduced by two hours per day. Working hours for those in the public sector are generally from 9 am until 2 pm.
Why do Muslims fast during Ramadan?
Ramadan is compulsory for all Muslims and makes up one of the Five Pillars of Islam. The Five Pillars of Islam are Shahada: The declaration of belief in one true God; Salah: Five-time daily prayer, facing Makkah, including ablution before prayer; Zakat: Charity or giving to the poor; Haj: Pilgrimage to Makkah at least once in their life; and Sawm: Fasting during Ramadan.
What are Iftar and Suhoor?
The meal before the beginning of the fast or dawn is called Suhoor, and the meal after sunset is called Iftar. At sunset, families end their fast with Iftar by eating dates. Eating dates is Sunnah. Thereafter, they then adjourn for Maghrib prayer, after which the main meal is served. Iftar is usually a large meal that is enjoyed with family and friends. Traditional dishes are favoured including traditional desserts. Many hotels host buffets and traditional gatherings until the early hours of the morning.Download Ramadan Time Table 2022 Dubai (UAE) PDF from OliPDF using the direct download link given below.