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Alhamdulillah! The blessed month of Ramadan upon us once again!

For Muslims across the globe, these few weeks are a sacred time

for worshipping Allah (help). They offer an opportunity for devotion,

reflection and celebration of the mercy and love of Allah (help).

(See our London Ramadan timetable for 2022 below for this year

’s Ramadan prayer times,

as well as Ramadan fasting times for Suhoor and Iftar)

As the Islamic calendar is based around the lunar cycle,

the Holy month of Ramadan rotates by approximately ten days each year.

This year, Ramadan is expected to begin on Saturday 2nd April 2022,

depending on the sighting of the moon.

When is Ramadan 2022?

Start and end dates UK, what it is,

traditions, fasting rules and Eid al-Fitr date

The Islamic Holy Month is expected to begin on

Saturday 2 April 2022

Ramadan is the ninth month

of the Islamic calendar and is considered to

be one of the holiest months of the year for Muslims.

It is said during this month the holy book,

the Qur’an was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad.

When is Ramadan 2022?

The Islamic calendar follows the phases of the moon

where months begin with the first crescent of a

new moon, and the new day begins after sunset.

islamic calendar ramadan 2022

Because of this, the Islamic calendar is shorter than the

Gregorian calendar by 10 to 11 days so Islamic months travel throughout the seasons.
This year, Ramadan is predicted to start on 2 April 2022, however,

this could be subject to change, depending on the sighting of the moon.

Ramadan lasts between 29-30 days and is predicted to end on Sunday 1 May,

but this could also change depending on the sighting of the moon.

How long is one fast? HELP KARNA

As the dates of Ramadan change throughout the year,

the times when fasting begins and ends differ too.

Muslims fast during the hours of sunlight, so in winter fasts are shorter than in summer.

Many Muslims will eat a large meal before closing their fast at sunrise,

also known as suhoor, sehri or imsak, before the first prayer of the day called Fajr.


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