Ramadan (Ramadan 2022Now only a few days are left for the holy month. On April 28, the Rojadars have kept the 26th fast by eating Sehri. Along with fasting in the month of Ramadan, Taraweeh (Taraweeh) at nightSehri Timings) prayers are read and the Quran is recited. People who believe in Muslim religion do charity throughout this month. He fasts for a month. That is, after the sun rises and the sun sets (Iftar Time TodayDo not eat or drink anything before. All people worship God in the month of Ramadan and ask for forgiveness for their sins.
Fasting during Ramadan is said to be one of the five pillars of Islam. During this, Rojadars offer Namaz to please God and get his blessings. Along with keeping fast, people recite Quran and do charity work. Even today, the Rojedars made the intention of fasting after eating Sehri in the morning and then went to the mosque to offer the prayers of Fajr. At this time it is getting hot all over the country. People are facing the scorching sun. In such a situation, it is a challenging task for those who fast for the whole day without eating and drinking anything. Now she is waiting for Iftar. So let’s know its time now.
28 April 2022- What is the timing of Sehri and Iftar-
Sehri time- 04:18 am Iftar time – 06:57 pm
What is Sehri According to Islam, in the holy month of Ramadan, food is eaten before the sun rises in the morning, it is called Sehri. Its time is also fixed in advance. Sehri is also called Sunnah.
What is iftar When fasting is broken without eating anything throughout the day, that is, after offering prayers in the evening, after eating dates, then it is called Iftar. It is opened in the evening after sunset on Maghrib.
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Reading the five-time prayer- At the time of Ramadan, people who believe in Islam offer prayers for five times. The morning prayer is called Fajr, the afternoon prayer is called Zuhr or Duhr, the evening prayer is called Asar, the evening prayer is called Maghrib and the night prayer is called Isha.
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