There are only 159 days left before the start of Ramadan, get ready.
Date Ramadan 2023
The date of Ramadan 2023 is calculated according to astronomical rules. You have to wait until the day before the first day to observe the birth of the Ramadan cross with the naked eye.
The prayer times for the first day, in London, of Ramadan, which will take place on 23 march 2023, are
23 March at 05:24
23 March at 05:34
23 March at 12:49
23 March at 15:53
23 March at 18:32
23 March at 20:02
Ramadan 2023 will take place on 23 march 2023. In the Muslim religion, the ninth month of the Muslim calendar is a blessed month during which descended the Quran. It follows the lunar calendar and should be marked by a period of daytime fasting.
Before beginning Ramadan, the Muslim must formulate the intention, either in his heart or by word of mouth. Fasting consists in depriving oneself during the day (of the fajr prayer) of food and drink, of sexual relations, of smoking from dawn until nightfall (the maghreb prayer time).
Ramadan is one of the 5 pillars of Islam and concerns all Muslims who have reached puberty except sick people, pregnant women and travellers. However, they will have to compensate for these days as soon as conditions make it possible. Otherwise, they will give for each day not fasting, the equivalent of a meal.
The day after the last day of the month of Ramadan, Muslims celebrate Aid as-Saghir or the small feast marks the end of the Ramadan fast, when the new crescent appears moon of the month of Shawwal. It begins the morning of the day the fast is broken.
Ramadan 2023 will take place on 23/3/2023
Ramadan 2024 will take place on 11/3/2024
Ramadan 2025 will be on 1/3/2025
Ramadan 2026 will take place on 18/2/2026
Ramadan 2027 will be on 8/2/2027
Ramadan 2028 will take place on 28/1/2028
Ramadan 2029 will take place on 16/1/2029
Ramadan 2030 will take place on 6/1/2030
Ramadan 2031 will take place on 26/12/2030
Ramadan 2032 will take place on 15/12/2031
These dates are provisional and a small delay may occur.