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Karachi Ramadan Calendar 2023 Sehri Iftar Time in Karachi Today

Many people already preparing themself for the Month of Ramadan. In this way, the Karachi Ramadan Calendar 2023 Sehri Iftar Time is available here in which you can see all the required details. However, we are also covering some additional things that you will get on this platform. So, we are also having details regarding the prayers, Duas, and more. Basically, the Month of Ramadan comes one time in the year. In this way, all Muslims are excited to celebrate it in order to keep all fasting.

But it depends on the committee that arranges and announces the days to holdfasts. In this way, we most of the time keep 29 fasting in the month of Ramadan. So, let’s see what will come in this year to keep how many fasting will announce by the authority. Basically, there are a few days left in which the month of Ramadan will start this year.

Karachi Ramadan Calendar 2023

In this way, the first fast is expected on 22 March but it will announce by the official team of the Halal committee. But according to the calendar, this is the date on which the first fasting will start in Karachi. So, be ready to do it this year. No doubt the weather will remain Libby Dibby till the end of this Ramadan. But the day’s length will increase respectively as the changing of the month. In this way, the closing time of the first Ramadan is 5:19 am which is the time of will start of Fajar. Similarly, the opening time of this first Ramadan will be 18:46 which becomes 6:46 pm in Karachi.

Karachi Ramadan Calendar 2023 Today

Ramadan Day March
April
Sehar
Fajr
Dhuhr Asr Iftar
Maghrib
Isha
1 Wed 22 5:19
AM
12:39
PM
4:06
PM
6:44
PM
8:00
PM
2 Thu 23 5:17
AM
12:39
PM
4:05
PM
6:44
PM
8:00
PM
3 Fri 24 5:16
AM
12:38
PM
4:05
PM
6:45
PM
8:01
PM
4
Sat
25 5:15
AM
12:38
PM
4:05
PM
6:45
PM
8:01
PM
5 Sun 26 5:14
AM
12:38
PM
4:05
PM
6:46
PM
8:02
PM
6 Mon 27 5:13
AM
12:37
PM
4:05
PM
6:46
PM
8:02
PM
7 Tue 28 5:12
AM
12:37
PM
4:05
PM
6:46
PM
8:03
PM
8 Wed 29 5:11
AM
12:37
PM
4:05
PM
6:47
PM
8:03
PM
9 Thu 30 5:10
AM
12:37
PM
4:05
PM
6:47
PM
8:04
PM
10 Fri 31 5:09
AM
12:36
PM
4:04
PM
6:48
PM
8:04
PM
11 Sat 1 5:08
AM
12:36
PM
4:04
PM
6:48
PM
8:05
PM
12 Sun 2 5:06
AM
12:36
PM
4:04
PM
6:49
PM
8:05
PM
13 Mon 3 5:05
AM
12:35
PM
4:04
PM
6:49
PM
8:06
PM
14
Tue
4 5:04
AM
12:35
PM
4:04
PM
6:49
PM
8:07
PM
15 Wed 5 5:03
AM
12:35
PM
4:03
PM
6:50
PM
8:07
PM
16 Thu 6 5:02
AM
12:35
PM
4:03
PM
6:50
PM
8:08
PM
17 Fri 7 5:01
AM
12:34
PM
4:03
PM
6:51
PM
8:08
PM
18 Sat 8 5:00
AM
12:34
PM
4:03
PM
6:51
PM
8:09
PM
19 Sun 9 4:59
AM
12:34
PM
4:03
PM
6:52
PM
8:09
PM
20
Mon
10 4:57
AM
12:33
PM
4:02
PM
6:52
PM
8:10
PM
21 Tue 11 4:56
AM
12:33
PM
4:02
PM
6:52
PM
8:10
PM
22 Wed 12 4:55
AM
12:33
PM
4:02
PM
6:53
PM
8:11
PM
23 Thu 13 4:54
AM
12:33
PM
4:02
PM
6:53
PM
8:12
PM
24 Fri 14 4:53
AM
12:32
PM
4:01
PM
6:54
PM
8:12
PM
25 Sat 15 4:52
AM
12:32
PM
4:01
PM
6:54
PM
8:13
PM
26
Sun
16 4:51
AM
12:32
PM
4:01
PM
6:55
PM
8:13
PM
27 Mon 17 4:50
AM
12:32
PM
4:01
PM
6:55
PM
8:14
PM
28 Tue 18 4:49
AM
12:31
PM
4:00
PM
6:56
PM
8:15
PM
29 Wed 19 4:48
AM
12:31
PM
4:00
PM
6:56
PM
8:15
PM
30 Thu 20 4:47
AM
12:31
PM
4:00
PM
6:56
PM
8:16
PM

In order to determine the timing of prayers in this month, we mention the short table of the first three Ramadan. So, the people can estimate the next day’s timing according to this list. Actually, the time is reduced from the section of Fajar with a margin of one or two days. Similarly, the time is increasing at the side of the opening.

Ramadan Calendar  in Karachi Today

In this way, the time of Magrib as well as the Iftar is also increasing with the upcoming days. The reason is our place is located in a flat area in which the sunrise is early and set late. Therefore, the timing of prayer compared to other locations is different. But we have the ability to take it and keep all fasting by heart.

Sehri Iftar Time in Karachi Today

On the other hand, here we are covering the last days of this month in which the month will end. So, the timing of sunset as well as rising is different compared to the first fasting. Similarly, the different compare to the first is not big. Basically, the last day of fasting time becomes approximately 18.10 hours. In order to keep the weather in mind, this is not big to keep all fasting. However, it depends on the committee to allow and announce the visibility of the moon till the last day. So, if this happens, we will keep 30 fastings this year with the blessing of Allah.

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