Eid ul Fitr in Bangladesh will be celebrated on 16 June 2018. Ramadan Iftar Sehri Timing 2018. Dhaka Ramadan Timings 2018. Bangladesh Ramadan Timings 2018. World Wide Ramadan Timing 2018. Islamic foundation of Bangladesh Ramadan Calendar 2018. Ramadan calendar 2018 is now available at bdcareer.net. Holy Ramadan for 1439 Hijri is reached with packages of pleasure and blessings.
The moon was not sighted in any part of the country on Wednesday. Ramadan in Bangladesh from Friday as moon not sighted in the Sky in the region. Muslims in Bangladesh will begin fasting from Friday, 18 May 2018 as the National Moon Sighting Committee says Ramadan begins on that day. Get perfect fasting schedule for not only Bangladesh but also for the different parts of the world. bdcareer.net offers sehri and iftar timings for Ramadan 2018. No difficulty, which parts of the world your resident in. This calendar will assist you to tell the exact fasting opening and closing timing for your city or country.
Ramadan Iftar Sehri Timing 2018 Details
Roja is the third Pillar among the five pillars of Islam. The Five Pillars of Islam are Kalema, Namaz, Roja, Hajj, and Zakat. Ramadan is the 9th calendar month of the Arabic calendar which month calls the World Muslims fasting month or Roja Month where Muslims of worldwide keep fasting for a perfect time.
Sahari and Iftar Niat & Duwa
Ramadan will be started from 18 May 2018. Depends on appears seen the Moon.
Iftar Shari Schedule for Dhaka, Bangladesh
Ramadan Iftar Sehri Timing 2018 other parts of the World
Date of Eid ul Fitr 2018
Eid ul Fitr in Bangladesh will be held on 16 June 2018. Most probably Eid ul Fitr in Bangladesh will be observed on 16 June or 17 June 2018. If Ramadan lasts for 29 days, then Eid will be held on 16 June 2018. But if Ramadan lasts for 30 days or if we failed to see the moon on 15 June then we will celebrate the Eidul Fitr on 17 June 2018.
How Muslims around the worldwide observe Iftar for breaking of their daily fast
Iftar is the meal served at sunset during Ramadan, as Muslims break the daily fast. Muslims traditionally first break the fast with dates and either water or a yogurt drink. After Maghrib prayer, they then have a full-course meal, consisting of soup, salad, appetizers, and main dishes.
Details and more information found in Bangladesh Islamic Foundation website www.islamicfoundation.gov.bd