Al Ain Sehr Iftar Timings 2024

Today, 12 March, 2024 (1 Ramadan 1445), the Ramadan timings in Al Ain are in accordance with the sunset and dawn as follows: the Al Ain Sehri time is 04:43 am, and the Iftar time in Al Ain is 6:40 pm.

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Today Sehri Iftar Time In Al Ain

 

DATE SEHR IFTAR
12 March 2024 05:07 18:38
JAFRIA: SEHR 04:39 AM IFTAR 06:54 PM
Note: 1 minute preventative difference in Sehri (-1 min) & Iftar (+1 min)

 

Ramadan Calendar 2024 Al Ain

 

Roza Date Sehr Iftaar
1 12 March 2024 05:12 18:28
2 13 March 2024 05:11 18:29
3 14 March 2024 05:10 18:29
4 15 March 2024 05:09 18:30
5 16 March 2024 05:08 18:30
6 17 March 2024 05:07 18:30
7 18 March 2024 05:06 18:31
8 19 March 2024 05:05 18:31
9 20 March 2024 05:04 18:32
10 21 March 2024 05:03 18:32
11 22 March 2024 05:02 18:33
12 23 March 2024 05:01 18:33
13 24 March 2024 05:00 18:33
14 25 March 2024 04:59 18:34
15 26 March 2024 04:58 18:34
16 27 March 2024 04:57 18:35
17 28 March 2024 04:56 18:35
18 29 March 2024 04:55 18:35
19 30 March 2024 04:54 18:36
20 31 March 2024 04:52 18:36
21 01 April 2024 04:51 18:37
22 02 April 2024 04:50 18:37
23 03 April 2024 04:49 18:37
24 04 April 2024 04:48 18:38
25 05 April 2024 04:47 18:38
26 06 April 2024 04:46 18:39
27 07 April 2024 04:45 18:39
28 08 April 2024 04:44 18:40
29 09 April 2024 04:43 18:40

Shorter Islamic Calendar and Varying Iftar Timings

The Islamic calendar is based on the lunar cycle and is usually ten to twelve days shorter than the Georgian calendar.
This means that the start and end dates of Ramadan vary each year, and so do the timings for Sehri and Iftar. Therefore, a large number of people in Al Ain utilize the Ramadan Calendar 2024 Al Ain to check Roza or Iftar time and Al Ain Sehri time.

Analyzing Fasting Hours

By using the Ramadan Calendar 2024 Al Ain, the Muslim population living in Al Ain can remain updated with the Sehri and Iftar timings and analyze the number of fasting hours. Approximately the
fasting hour is 14 hours. This information can help people plan their daily routines accordingly and make the most of the holy month.

Weather of Al Ain during Ramadan

The weather of Al Ain during Ramadan is not that much hot as it was in last year. It will be between 29 °C to 33 °C throughout the Ramadan. It can vary slightly.

Today Sehri Time in Al Ain

The sehri time Al Ain today is 04:46 AM. This marks the beginning of the daily fast during Ramadan. Muslims wake up early in the morning to eat a meal before the start of the fast. This meal is known as sehri or suhoor.

Fiqa Jafria Sehri Time in Al Ain

For those following the Shia sect, the sehri time in Al Ain is different. The sehri time for Fiqa Jafria in Al Ain is 04:36 AM, which is ten minutes earlier than the general sehri time.

Food to have in Sehri

  •       Oats: Oats are a good source of energy and can keep you feeling full for longer periods of time.
  •       Eggs: Eggs are high in protein and can provide the necessary nutrients to keep you going through the day.
  •       Yogurt: Yogurt is a good source of calcium and protein, and can also help keep you hydrated.
  •       Whole grain bread: Whole grain bread is a good source of fiber and can keep you feeling full for longer periods of time.
  •       Fresh fruit: Fresh fruit is a good source of vitamins and minerals, and can also provide the necessary hydration during the fast.
  • Water: It is important to drink plenty of water during sehri to avoid dehydration during the day.

Today Iftar Time in Al Ain

The iftar time Al Ain today is 6:40 PM. This marks the end of the daily fast during Ramadan. Muslims break their fast with dates and water before proceeding to eat a full meal.

Fiqa Jafria Iftar Time in Al Ain

The iftar time for Fiqa Jafria in Al Ain is different from the general iftar time. It is 06:50 PM, which is ten minutes later than the general iftar time.

Food to have in iftar

  •      Dates:Traditionally, dates are the first food that Muslims eat when breaking their fast. They are a good source of natural sugar and help to restore blood sugar levels after a day of fasting.
  •       Samosas: These deep-fried pastry pockets filled with spiced vegetables or meat are a popular snack during Ramadan.
  •     Pakoras: Another deep-fried snack, pakoras are made from vegetables (such as onions or potatoes) dipped in a batter of chickpea flour and spices.
  •       Fruit Chaat: A mixture of seasonal fruits cut into small pieces and mixed with spices and lemon juice.
  •       Rooh Afza: A popular drink made with a concentrated syrup of herbs, fruits, and vegetables.
  •      Haleem: A slow-cooked stew made from meat (usually beef or lamb), lentils, and spices. It is a hearty and filling dish that is often served during iftar. A main dish of meat or carbohydrate is compulsory as well.

Other Information Available

Besides Sehri or Suhoor and Iftar time Al Ain today, people can also view Al Ain prayer timings, Qibla direction, and other important information about Al Ain on other pages. This can help Muslims living in Al Ain observe Ramadan with ease and convenience.

 

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FAQs

Do all Muslims fast during Ramadan?

Fasting during Ramadan is one of the Five Pillars of Islam, and it is obligatory for all adult Muslims who are physically able to fast. However, there are certain exemptions, such as for pregnant or nursing women, the elderly, and those who are ill.

Can I eat or drink anything during the fast?

No, Muslims who are fasting refrain from eating and drinking, including water, from dawn until sunset. However, they can eat a pre-dawn meal (suhoor) and break their fast at sunset (iftar).

Is it okay to brush your teeth during the fast?

Yes, it is permissible to brush your teeth during the fast, but you should avoid swallowing any water.

What is the best way to prepare for Ramadan?

It is recommended to prepare physically and spiritually for Ramadan. Physically, you can gradually adjust your eating and sleeping habits a few weeks before Ramadan starts. Spiritually, you can increase your prayers and recitation of the Quran.

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