Ramadan 2024 Calendar – Bangladesh Sehri & Iftar Time Schedule

Ramadan Calendar 2024 for Bangladesh with Sehri & Iftar Time in Dhaka (Islamic Foundation Calendar) – Hijri 1445

As the sacred month of Ramadan approaches, anticipation grows among the faithful across Bangladesh. This special period, marked by fasting, prayer, and reflection, holds profound significance in the Islamic faith. The year 2024, corresponding to Hijri 1445, brings a unique timetable for Ramadan in Bangladesh, distinct from the global observance due to the country’s geographical positioning. This guide offers a detailed look into the Ramadan schedule for 2024, including Sehri and Iftar times across all districts of Bangladesh, and sheds light on the lunar calendar’s influence on Islamic festivals. The Ramadan is also known as Romjan. Romjan iftar and sehri time (somoy suchi) is available here.

Ramadan 2024 in Bangladesh: Start Date and Duration

In 2024, the majority of the world will commence Ramadan on Monday, 11 March. However, due to Bangladesh’s geographical nuances, Bangladeshi Muslims will begin their observance a day later, on Tuesday, 12 March. This adjustment ensures the accurate sighting of the moon, which is pivotal in determining the start of Ramadan. The month-long period of fasting and spiritual rejuvenation is expected to conclude on Wednesday, 10 April 2024, with Eid ul Fitr celebrated on Thursday, 11 April 2024, marking the end of Ramadan.

Ramadan 2024 Iftar and Sehri Time Table Calendar Bangladesh

Ramadan Time Schedule 2024
Dhaka District (GMT +6)
Hijri 1445

1st 10 Days ( 12th March to 21st March 2024)

1st 10 Days
RamadanDateDaySehri Time (am)Iftar Time (pm)
112 MarchTuesday04:5106:10
213 MarchWednesday04:5006:10
314 MarchThursday04:4906:11
415 MarchFriday04:4806:11
516 MarchSaturday04:4706:12
617 MarchSunday04:4606:12
718 MarchMonday04:4506:12
819 MarchTuesday04:4406:13
920 MarchWednesday04:4306:13
1021 MarchThursday04:4206:13
2nd 10 Days
1122 MarchFriday04:4106:14
1223 MarchSaturday04:4006:14
1324 MarchSunday04:3906:14
1425 MarchMonday04:3806:15
1526 MarchTuesday04:3606:15
1627 MarchWednesday04:3506:16
1728 MarchThursday04:3406:16
1829 MarchFriday04:3306:17
1930 MarchSaturday04:3106:17
2031 MarchSunday04:3006:18
3rd 10 Days
2101 AprilMonday04:2906:18
2202 AprilTuesday04:2806:19
2303 AprilWednesday04:2706:19
2404 AprilThursday04:2606:19
2505 AprilFriday04:2406:20
2606 AprilSaturday04:2406:20
2707 AprilSunday04:2306:21
2808 AprilMonday04:2206:21
2909 AprilTuesday04:2106:21
3010 AprilWednesday04:2006:22

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Islamic Foundation Ramadan 2024 Sehri Iftar Time Table Bangladesh
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Understanding the Lunar Calendar

The Hijri calendar, also known as the Islamic calendar, is a lunar-based system that comprises 12 months, leading to a total length of either 354 or 355 days within a year. Unlike the Gregorian calendar, which is based on the solar cycle, the Hijri calendar relies on the phases of the moon. This fundamental difference explains why Islamic holidays such as Ramadan and Eid move in the Gregorian calendar each year. Specifically, in Bangladesh, the lunar month typically commences a day later than in the Middle East or other parts of the world, due to its geographical positioning.

Ramadan and Eid: Celebrations Tied to the Moon

The commencement of Ramadan and the celebration of Eid ul Fitr are intimately connected to the sighting of the moon. The appearance of the new moon heralds the start of Ramadan, a month of fasting from dawn until sunset. Similarly, the sighting of the moon at the end of Ramadan announces Eid ul Fitr, a day of joy, feasting, and gratitude. This reliance on the lunar observation underscores the importance of local moon sightings in determining the exact dates for these significant Islamic observances.

Accessing Ramadan Timetables

For the convenience of the faithful, detailed Ramadan timetables, including Sehri and Iftar times for all 64 districts of Bangladesh, are made available. These schedules facilitate the observance of fasting by providing accurate times for beginning and ending the fast each day. The timetables can be accessed in printable PDF or JPEG formats, ensuring that everyone can easily refer to the fasting times throughout the holy month.

Ramadan is the time for reflection, devotion, and community. As we approach Ramadan 2024, understanding the unique aspects of its observance in Bangladesh, from the start date to the daily fasting times, enhances our preparation and participation in this holy month. Let us embrace the spirit of Ramadan with open hearts, observing the fasts, and engaging in acts of worship and charity, drawing closer to the divine and to one another in this blessed season.