Pakistan All Cities 4th Ramadan 6 April 2022 Sehri & Iftar Timing
Sehri and Iftar time today in Pakistan is 6 April 2022. Sehri is the pre-dawn meal that is eaten by Muslims during Ramadan, and Iftar is the fast-breaking meal that is eaten at sunset. Sehri time today in Pakistan is from 04:47 to 05:14 AM, and Iftar time is from 06:30 to 07:42 PM. Sehri and Iftar are important times for Muslims, as they allow them to eat and drink after a long day of fasting. Sehri and Iftar are also times for family and friends to gather together and celebrate the holy month of Ramadan.
On 6th April, people all over Pakistan will be observing their fourth fast while it is the fifth in Middle East including Saudi Arabia and UAE. Below are today’s Sehri & Iftar times as follows: As the sun sets in Pakistan, millions will beoup reconnu to their sehri and iftar schedule. The fifth day of fasting has arrived! On 6th April 2022 thousands upon millioneous across middle east including Saudi Arabia or UAE are observing this blessed month with gratitude by breaking even just one fast during these challenging times we currently experience around world such as shortage food items&quality health care.
Similarly, all major cities will be enjoying their second meal of the day at 6:32 PM today. The citizens in Lahore are expected to have theirs shortly after 6:26 PM while those living elsewhere should look out for more information about when they can eat!
The month of fasting, Ramadan is a time for Muslims to commemorate what they believe was the first revelation from God. During this period in Islamic calendar where one cannot eat or drink anything that has been produced by animals as well as birds; it’s important you remember how much more rewarding our lives will be when we avoid these things during daylight hours instead! This year, Ramadan begins on 03 April 2022 and ends on 02 May 2022. Iftar is an evening meal when Muslims break the fast in Ramadan. Sehri is the pre-dawn meal eaten before fasting during Ramadan.
Iftar and Sehri time today in Pakistan is as follows:
Iftar Time: 6:32pm
Sehri Time: 4:23 am
|4th Ramadan 5th April 2022 Roza Timings|
|Cities||Sehri Time Today||Iftar Time Today|
|Islamabad & Rawalpindi||4:24 AM||6:32 PM|
|Lahore||4:23 AM||6:27 PM|
|Karachi||5:02 AM||6:51 PM|
|Peshawar||4:30 AM||6:38 PM|
|Quetta||4:54 AM||6:54 PM|
|Faisalabad||4:28 AM||6:30 PM|
|Multan||4:36 AM||6:36 PM|
|Bahawalpur||4:37 AM||6:35 PM|
|Gujranwala||4:22 AM||6:28 PM|
|Hyderabad||4:56 AM||6:46 PM|
|Zhob||4:43 AM||6:50 PM|
|Jhelum||4:23 AM||6:29 PM|
|Sukkur||4:51 AM||6:45 PM|
|Vehari||4:33 AM||6:34 PM|
Ramadan is one of the holiest months in Islamic calendar. Muslims all over the world observe this month with great religious zeal and enthusiasm. The main purpose of Ramadan is to encourage Muslims to purify their minds, hearts, and souls.
The Quran mentions Ramadan in many verses. One such verse says, “O you who believe!Fasting has been prescribed for you, as it was prescribed for those before you, that you may become righteous.” (Quran 2:183). Ramadan is also mentioned in the following verse, “The month of Ramadan is one in which the Quran was revealed, a guidance for the people and clear proofs of guidance and criterion. Let him fast for the month, and whoever is ill or on a journey – an equal number of other days. Allah intends for you ease and does not intend for you hardship and wants that you should complete the period and that you should magnify Allah for having guided you so that you may be thankful “(Qur’an 2: 185).
The best way to celebrate the harvest is to say thank you. There are so many things in our lives that we can be thankful for, be it small or big things that happen every day like dinner on your plate! In this Friday’s Masjid you about something that doesn’t seem like much, but in recent weeks/months it means a lot – and given the opportunity, the punishment was not so severe.