The month of Ramadan is one of the other Islamic months for Muslims. The religion of Islam descended on the last Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). At the same time, Shari’ah was revealed to them and in Shari’ah, along with Hajj, Zakat prayers, fasting was also ordered. Fasting is one of the five pillars of Islam that is obligatory on every Muslim who has the power to fast. There is no room for any Muslim to leave on a daily basis unless he is ill or on a journey.
Among Muslims, fasting begins in the morning and is called sehri, and ends with the call to prayer in the evening after spending the whole day. That is, a Muslim gets up in the morning and performs sehri, and when the adhan of Fajr is called, his sehri is completed and he stops eating and drinking, and from then on his fast begins. After spending the whole day in the evening, when the adhan of Maghrib is called, he breaks his fast, and in Iftaar he eats dates first, because breaking the fast with dates is a Sunnah of the Prophet. A Muslim lives in a state of starvation all day. He neither eats nor drinks outwardly or in a tense manner.
The month of Ramadan begins with the sighting of the moon and ends with the sighting of the moon. When the moon of the first date appears, Ramadan begins, and when the moon of the next month appears after the month of Ramadan has passed, then the days end and Eid-ul-Fitr is celebrated on the next day. It often happens that the month of Ramadan consists of 29 fasts and sometimes it consists of thirty days. The year 2022 will consist of 30 days of Ramadan.
Ramadhan Time Table Multan 2022
By the way, there are different times when the moon appears in every country. This time in Pakistan also a complete timetable of Ramzan Sharif has been made which we are going to tell you later. This timetable of Ramzan Sharif is being prepared for the city of Multan from 2022.