Ramadan Calander 2023 in Pakistan Sehri Iftari Timing

Ramadan 2023 is just around the corner and everyone is set to welcome the Holy Month with zeal and zest. Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, observed by Muslims all around the world as a month of fasting, praying, kindness, and humanity. Ramadan is among the five pillars of Islam and without a doubt, the most beautiful month of all. During this month, the Muslims fast all day long, from Sehr time till The Iftar Time each day. So, If you are also fasting this Ramadan, and want to know when is the month starting this year, and the timings for Sehri and Iftari, then you have to the right place. In this article, we will share all the details related to Ramadan you need to know.

Ramadan Calander 2023

Roza Date Sehr Iftaar
1 23 March 2023 04:19 18:21
2 24 March 2023 04:17 18:23
3 25 March 2023 04:15 18:24
4 26 March 2023 04:13 18:26
5 27 March 2023 04:11 18:28
6 28 March 2023 04:10 18:30
7 29 March 2023 04:08 18:31
8 30 March 2023 04:05 18:33
9 31 March 2023 05:04 19:35
10 01 April 2023 05:04 19:40
11 02 April 2023 05:02 19:42
12 03 April 2023 05:00 19:43
13 04 April 2023 04:57 19:45
14 05 April 2023 04:55 19:47
15 06 April 2023 04:53 19:48
16 07 April 2023 04:51 19:50
17 08 April 2023 04:48 19:51
18 09 April 2023 04:46 19:53
19 10 April 2023 04:44 19:55
20 11 April 2023 04:42 19:56
21 12 April 2023 04:40 19:58
22 13 April 2023 04:38 20:00
23 14 April 2023 04:36 20:01
24 15 April 2023 04:33 20:03
25 16 April 2023 04:31 20:05
26 17 April 2023 04:29 20:06
27 18 April 2023 04:26 20:08
28 19 April 2023 04:24 20:09
29 20 April 2023 04:22 20:11
30 21 April 2023 04:19 20:13

 

According to the table mentioned above, the first Roza will be on 23 march, the Sehri timing will be 04:19 am and the Iftari time will be 18:21 pm. The last Roza will be on 21st April, the Sehri timing for the last Roza will be 04:19 and Iftar Time will be 20:13.

Here, we have tried our best to deliver you the authentic Timing sheet for this year’s Ramadan, but you should keep in mind that there is a 01 minutes preventive difference in the Sehr and Iftar time. We would also recommend you consult your nearest mosque so that they can tell you the exact Sehr and Iftar Timing.