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Ramadan Sehri And Iftar Timings 2018 Niyat Dua In Urdu, English, Arabic

Ramadan Sehri And Iftar Timings 2018 Niyat Dua In Urdu, English, Arabic: Ramadan Month 2018 will start on 17th May, 2018. This year 2018 Ramadan month will end on 16th June, 2018. Ramadan month Before Fajar Namaz time is calling Sehri time and Magrib Namaz sunset time is calling Iftar time. Sehri and Iftar time in Ramzan is very important for all Muslims. According to our research in other religions Fasting prayer is available but Muslim Fasting is base on Sehri and Iftar. Ramzan Month Sehri and Iftar time are giving difference as compare to other religion fasting.

Ramadan Month 2018 Sehri Time and Iftar time will announce through Ramadan Calendar 2018 In Urdu after few days. In Year 2018 Ramadan month will start on 17th May, 2018 and last date of Ramadan month will end on 16th June, 2018.

Ramadan Sehri And Iftar Timings 2018 Niyat Dua In Urdu, English, Arabic

Ramadan Sehri And Iftar Timings 2018 Niyat Dua In Urdu, English, Arabicnd Iftar Timings 2017 Niyat Dua In Urdu, English, Arabic

Ramadan Month Sehri time:

Ramadan month 2018 Sehri time per day change and through Ramadan month calendar readers will get details. Ramadan Month 2018 complete calendar day will update after few weeks. Ramadan all days Sehri Time will close on Fajar Namaz. Before Fajar Namaz Ramzan easting is allow under the instruction of Allah. Ramadan Sehri is also calling pre-fast meal. Fasting day will start on Fajr Namaz and this day will end on Isha Namaz but iftar will start on Magrib namaz when sunset time start.

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Ramadan 2018 Iftar time:

Ramadan 2018 Iftar time will start change day by day. Each day Iftar time difference is very short hardly 1 min. Ramadan 2018 Iftar time will start on Sunset down time period. According to Islamic prayers rules and regulation Ramzan Iftar time will start on Magrib Azan. According to Sunhat on Iftar time Ramadan fasting will broke through dates eating on Iftar time. During Iftar time Muslims are enjoying their main meal.

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