WITH only a few days left for Ramadan, now is the time when Muslims began to prepare and ensure that they gather the fine details for the first day of the sahur, such as what time does fasting being and breaking.
Those who preparing for Ramadan will be looking to find the time table detailing for their days, times, fasting and fasting times in which coincide with their time zone based on where they live many will be searching through search engines such as google.
This year the month of Ramadan will begin on 16 May, 2018. The first prayer will be held on the evening of 15 May. The first night will be held on the night of 15 to 16 May and the iftar will be on 16 May.
Ramadan is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar, which is a lunar calendar based on the cycles of the moon. Observances begin the morning after the crescent moon is visibly sighted, marking the beginning of the new month.
The 27th night of the month of Ramadan is celebrated in the Islamic world as Qadir Night. According to the religious calendar of the year 2018 published by the Presidency of Religious Affairs, the most sacred night of the Islamic world, Qadir Night, will be take place on Sunday, June 10 this year.
Eid al-Fitr in 2018 is on Friday, the 15th of June. Note that in the Muslim calendar, a holiday begins on the sunset of the previous day, so Muslims will be celebrating Eid al-Fitr on the sunset of Thursday, the 14th of June.
RAMADAN SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT
As Londra Gazete, we have prepared our English special supplement for Ramadan which you will find in between our newspaper this week. The 48-page special supplement contains the information and news on Ramadan and Islam.