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Ramadan 2019 Time Table

Leantoro.com. Ramadan 2019 Time Table. The Holy month of Ramadan is almost upon us; once again, it is time to partake in the fast, purify our mind, body and spirit, and work to become closer to Allah (SWT).

As the Islamic calendar follows the lunar cycle, the month of Ramadan rotates by approximately ten days each year, depending on the sighting of the moon. In 2019, it is expected that Ramadan will begin on the evening of Sunday 5th May, with the first day of fasting on Monday 6th May.

The arrival of Ramadan also brings ample opportunity to reap infinite blessing and reward. During this auspicious month, remember to donate your zakat

KEY RAMADAN 2019 DATES

  • Sunday 5th May – the beginning of Ramadan 2019
  • Monday 6th May – the first day of sawm (fasting)
  • Saturday 1st June – Laylat al-Qadr (The Night of Power)
  • Monday 3rd June – final day of sawm
  • Tuesday 4th June – Eid-ul-Fitr

* All dates are subject to the sighting of the moon.

RAMADAN CALENDAR 2019

It is important to familiarity yourself with the timetable in order to observe the Holy month of Ramadan correctly. Sawm will begin a few hours following the sighting of the moon that signals the start of Ramadan 2019. Any Muslim who has not finished eating the pre-dawn meal (suhoor) following the completion of Fajr (morning prayer) is disqualified from that day’s fasting.

Date Day Ramadan Fajr Sunrise Zuhr Asr Maghrib / Iftar Isha
6th May Monday 1 3:41 5:21 1:02 5:04 8:34 9:45
7th Tuesday 2 3:38 5:19 1:02 5:04 8:36 9:47
8th Wednesday 3 3:37 5:18 1:02 5:05 8:38 9:49
9th Thursday 4 3:34 5:16 1:02 5:06 8:39 9:50
10st Friday 5 3:32 5:14 1:02 5:06 8:41 9:52
11th Saturday 6 3:30 5:13 1:02 5:07 8:42 9:53
12th Sunday 7 3:28 5:11 1:02 5:07 8:44 9:55
13th Monday 8 3:25 5:09 1:02 5:08 8:45 9:55
14th Tuesday 9 3:24 5:08 1:02 5:09 8:47 9:57
15th Wednesday 10 3:21 5:06 1:02 5:09 8:48 9:58
16th Thursday 11 3:20 5:05 1:02 5:10 8:50 10:01
17th Friday 12 3:17 5:03 1:02 5:10 8:51 10:02
18th Saturday 13 3:16 5:02 1:03 5:11 8:53 10:04
19th Sunday 14 3:14 5:01 1:02 5:12 8:54 10:06
20th Monday 15 3:12 4:59 1:02 5:12 8:56 10:08
21st Tuesday 16 3:10 4:58 1:02 5:13 8:57 10:09
22nd Wednesday 17 3:09 4:57 1:02 5:13 8:59 10:12
23rd Thursday 18 3:06 4:55 1:02 5:14 9:00 10:13
24th Friday 19 3:04 4:54 1:02 5:14 9:01 10:14
25th Saturday 20 3:02 4:53 1:02 5:15 9:03 10:17
26th Sunday 21 3:01 4:52 1:03 5:15 9:04 10:18
27th Monday 22 2:59 4:51 1:03 5:16 9:05 10:19
28th Tuesday 23 2:58 4:50 1:03 5:16 9:06 10:21
29th Wednesday 24 2:56 4:49 1:03 5:17 9:07 10:22
30th Thursday 25 2:55 4:48 1:03 5:17 9:09 10:24
31st Friday 26 2:53 4:47 1:03 5:18 9:10 10:26
1st June Saturday 27 2:52 4:46 1:03 5:18 9:11 10:27
2nd Sunday 28 2:51 4:46 1:03 5:19 9:12 10:29
3rd Monday 29 2:50 4:45 1:04 5:19 9:13 10:30
4th Tuesday Eid ul Fitr 2:48 4:44 1:04 5:20 9:14 10:31

Iftar signals the end of sawm and the beginning of Maghrib prayers. It is traditional to break the fast by eating dates before the evening meal (iftar) surrounded by family and friends.

This Ramadan timetable for 2019 has been provided by the East London Mosque. Local time variations can be found below.

For other cities, please refer to the local variations below. Variations are in minutes.

Fajr Maghrib
Birmingham + 8 + 6
Bradford + 9 + 8
Cardiff + 13 + 12
Glasgow + 22 + 40
Leeds + 7 + 4
Liverpool + 12 + 9
Manchester + 10 + 7
Middlesborough + 8 + 14

* Please note that all dates may vary depending on the sighting of the moon. Please check back closer to the time for further information.

THE FIVE PILLARS OF ISLAM

The five core Pillars of Islam are:

  • Shahadah – recital of Islamic faith (reading of the Holy Qur’an)
  • Salah – obligatory prayer performed five times a day, as ordered by Allah (SWT), to be performed before sunrise, at midday, late afternoon, after sunset and between sunset and midnight
  • Zakat – a charitable donation based on expendable income; the payment of zakat is popular during the holy month of Ramadan as payments made during this time hold greater reward for the donor
  • Sawm – the fast during Ramadan which all able Muslims are expected to observe
  • Hajj – the annual pilgrimage to Mecca that all able Muslims must make at least once in their lifetime

During the auspicious month of Ramadan, we must take time to reflect on our faith and all of the blessings that we have received. This is also a time of contemplation, where we can observe the fast and actively work to purify ourselves in accordance with the teachings outlined in the Holy Qur’an.

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