Festive fervor grips UAE ahead of the biggest Islamic celebration Ramadan. With more than 9 million Islam followers spread out across Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Sharjah, Ajman and other cities, UAE is counted as one of the largest Muslim dominated countries. The month-long affair begins from May 27, 2017, to May 28, 2017, which involves arduous fasting (Roza) process as per the 2017 UAE Ramadan calendar. During the holy Ramadan month, Muslims across the world observe fast abiding the complete month schedule of Sehri and Iftar timings. Ramadan 2017 UAE is coming you can check out here Ramadan Timing 2017 Dubai, UAE, calendar and timetable of Ramadan 2017.
Ramadan also marks a month of harmony where Muslim communities join in together to observe the fast and spend time in offering prayers to God (Allah). There are also many social gatherings organized on the occasion where irrespective of the religious barrier, people from non-Muslim communities also congregate to enjoy the celebrations. As per the tradition, people observing the fast are not supposed to eat or drink after sunrise (Sehri). They can break the fast after sunset (iftar). Basically, the fast begins at the onset of morning prayer (Fajr) and eat before (Maghrib) prayer.
During the Ramadan month, Muslims are bound to follow some strict religious norms which include a daily visit to Masjid for performing Tarawih prayers, seeking forgiveness for all the sins and freedom from hell in the afterlife. Another prominent reason to observe Ramadan in the Muslim culture is to reach out to the poor in the society and help them by providing food and other necessary things.
The end of the Holy Ramadan month is marked with Eid Al-Fitr celebration. Ahead of the Ramadan month, you can check the Sehri and Iftar across UAE in 2017 including Sehri and Iftar in Dubai time, Sehri, and Iftar Abu Dhabi time in the detailed chart below.
Ramadan Timing 2017 UAE (Calendar)
Ramadan 2017 Calendar is updated here – the 9th month of the Muslim calendar started from 27 May 2017 – 28 May 2017. The timing of Ramadan 2017 UAE is intended before the arrival of this month depends on the moon sighting of the previous month. The timetable (dates of Ramadan) shown here is not supposed to be fixed but updated from the expert analysis. As well all knew that last 10 (ten) days of Ramadan month – time of special spiritual power as all of us tries our best to get nearby to Allah through our prayers and good deeds. The special night, Laylat al-Qadr also known as Shab-e-Qadr as many say it is the Night of Power, Night of Destiny, or Night of Measures, is usually acknowledged to be in the 27th night of this month.
For Abu Dhabi
When is Ramadan?
The first day of Ramadan 2017 in Dubai would be on 26th or 27th May 2017 and the Last day would be on 24th or 25th June 2017. You can as well avail an opportunity to get a Ramadan 2017 Calendar to be informed after the arrival of the month. Ramadan 2017 Dubai is going to take a test of the resident or particularly for those who are not the local resident (foreigners) of this region once again because it is a hot summer and the sun in June – July 2017 will be at its peak and people might go among a challenging stage that how much is their love for Allah Jalla Jalaluhu.
Eid in Dubai 2017 National Holidays 2017:
The expected Eid in Dubai is on 26 of June 2017
On the first day when Shawwal month begins on this day, All Muslim Ummah perform Eid Prayer and pay the compulsory charity as well known as Zakat Al-Fitr. Zakat (Charity of Eid-Al-Fitr) that must be funded to poor peoples. The sum of Zakat is compulsory action (wajib) for all Muslims; the head of the family pays off Zakat for an entire family home under the care of him/her. Either the children born after sunset last day of the Ramadan month, the Zakat of Al Fitr is not payable for it.
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