This year, Ramadan is expected to begin from April 24th and will last until May 23rd – depending on the moonsighting. Muslims across the world will observe a month of fasting during the blessed month.
Each day, sawm (fasting) will begin a few hours after the sighting of the moon at sunrise and will continue until sunset. Before the holy month begins, it is recommended to familiarise yourself with the dates and times for Ramadan 2020 with timetables below.
Ramadan days in Pakistan are generally filled with a sense of spirituality. With short working hours, people try to invest more time in praying, reading Qu’ran, attending the religious gatherings and of course, thanking the Almighty for His countless blessings.
Ramadan 2020: Sehr Iftar Calendars
Every year, the biggest city of Pakistan, Karachi bustles with activities during the holy month. However, this year the fasting days will be different due to the Co-VID 19 lockdown. Although there has been no official update from the Sindh Government, it is expected that Karachiites will observe Ramadan while maintaining strict social distancing rules, set by the authorities.
The cultural capital of Pakistan, Lahore will observe the fast for 14 hours and 35 mins on the first day of Ramadan. Just like Karachi, it is expected that the city will operate under the social distancing lockdown due to the global CO-VID threat.
Find the complete calendar for the capital city of Pakistan, Islamabad below. The city will also observe the fast for 14 plus hours during Ramadan. Just like all other major metropolitan cities of the world, it is expected that Islamabad will operate under the social distancing lockdown due to the global CO-VID threat.
We pray that this blessed month brings joy, contentment and divine blessings to all of us – Ramadan Mubarak!