Ramadan Sehri and Iftar Time 2024: A Guide to Observance and Celebration

Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar, is a sacred period of fasting, reflection, and spiritual growth for millions of Muslims worldwide. To help our community prepare for this holy month, we have compiled the Sehri (pre-dawn meal) and Iftar (meal to break the fast) times for Ramadan 2024.

As the Islamic calendar is lunar-based, the start of Ramadan shifts each year. In Bangladesh 2024, Ramadan is to begin around Tuesday, March 11 and will be based on the sighting of the moon.

During Ramadan, Muslims fast from dawn until sunset, abstaining from eating and drinking during daylight hours. The pre-dawn meal before the fast is known as Sehri or Suhoor, and the meal to break the fast after sunset is known as Iftar.

Please note that the following times are based on the city of Dhaka, and adjustments may need to be made depending on your geographical location.

Sehri and Iftar Times for Ramadan 2024 in Dhaka

104:49 AM6:10 PM12 Mar 2024
204:47 AM6:11 PM13 Mar 2024
304:46 AM6:12 PM14 Mar 2024
404:45 AM6:12 PM15 Mar 2024
504:44 AM6:13 PM16 Mar 2024
604:43 AM6:13 PM17 Mar 2024
704:42 AM6:13 PM18 Mar 2024
804:41 AM6:14 PM19 Mar 2024
904:40 AM6:14 PM20 Mar 2024
1004:39 AM6:15 PM21 Mar 2024
1104:38 AM6:15 PM22 Mar 2024
1204:37 AM6:15 PM23 Mar 2024
1304:36 AM6:16 PM24 Mar 2024
1404:35 AM6:16 PM25 Mar 2024
1504:33 AM6:17 PM26 Mar 2024
1604:32 AM6:17 PM27 Mar 2024
1704:31 AM6:17 PM28 Mar 2024
1804:30 AM6:18 PM29 Mar 2024
1904:29 AM6:18 PM30 Mar 2024
2004:28 AM6:19 PM31 Mar 2024
2104:27 AM6:19 PM01 Apr 2024
2204:26 AM6:19 PM02 Apr 2024
2304:25 AM6:20 PM03 Apr 2024
2404:24 AM6:20 PM04 Apr 2024
2504:23 AM6:21 PM05 Apr 2024
2604:22 AM6:21 PM06 Apr 2024
2704:21 AM6:21 PM07 Apr 2024
2804:19 AM6:22 PM08 Apr 2024
2904:18 AM6:22 PM09 Apr 2024
3004:17 AM6:23 PM10 Apr 2024

(Note: Times will continue for each day of Ramadan.)

Remember, these times are an approximation and may vary slightly depending on your exact location. It's always best to consult with your local mosque or Islamic authority to get the most accurate times for your area.

Ramadan is not just about fasting. It's also a time for prayer, charity, and increased devotion and worship. It's a time for families to gather for Iftar and share meals together, a time for communities to come together in prayer and reflection.

As you prepare for this blessed month, may your fasting be accepted, your prayers heard, and your Iman (faith) strengthened. May this Ramadan bring you closer to Allah and to each other, and may it be a time of peace, reflection, and spiritual growth.

Ramadan Mubarak!

(Note: This content is meant to serve as a general guide. For the most accurate Sehri and Iftar times, please consult your local Islamic authority.)