Ramadan or Ramzan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. It is considered the holiest month of the calendar. Muslims follow the lunar calendar, according to which, this year Ramadan in India will begin on May 7, Tuesday. It is set to last 29 or 30 days, depending on the moon cycle.
Ramazan is month-long fasting (roza) observed by the Muslims to commemorate the first revelation of the Quran to Muhammad as per Islamic belief.
What are the best places to dine after fasting in Pune?
Azam Campus, Kausar Baug, Mominpura Road, Kondhwa area are few of the most sought after places for post fast dining in the Maharashtra city.
Some rules of fasting:
Five daily prayers are observed from dawn to night, everyday. They are as follows: Fajr (dawn), Dhuhr (noon), Asr (afternoon), Maghrib (evening), and Isha (night). The Sehri and Iftari timings are dependent on sunrise and sunset, and they change every day.
Fasting is obligatory for adult Muslims, except those who are chronically ill, pregnant, breastfeeding, menstruating or diabetic.
Muslims refrain themselves from consuming food, liquid, smoking and intimacy with their spouses.
They also do not indulge in any kind of false speech, insulting, cursing, lying, and fighting, that may negate the reward of fasting.
Zakat or charity is obligatory in Islam and is especially given during Ramadan. It is a fixed percentage of the person’s savings that is required to be given to the poor.
Ramadan month will begin from the first week of May 2019 and Eid or Eid-ul-Fitr will be celebrated in the first week of June 2019.
Ramzan 2019 Timetable: Iftar & Sehri Timings in Pune, India
|1||Mon 06 May||04:46 AM||6:59 PM|
|2||Tue 07 May||04:46 AM||6:59 PM|
|3||Wed 08 May||04:45 AM||6:59 PM|
|4||Thu 09 May||04:44 AM||7:00 PM|
|5||Fri 10 May||04:44 AM||7:00 PM|
|6||Sat 11 May||04:43 AM||7:00 PM|
|7||Sun 12 May||04:43 AM||7:01 PM|
|8||Mon 13 May||04:42 AM||7:01 PM|
|9||Tue 14 May||04:41 AM||7:02 PM|
|10||Wed 15 May||04:41 AM||7:02 PM|
|11||Thu 16 May||04:40 AM||7:02 PM|
|12||Fri 17 May||04:40 AM||7:03 PM|
|13||Sat 18 May||04:39 AM||7:03 PM|
|14||Sun 19 May||04:39 AM||7:03 PM|
|15||Mon 20 May||04:38 AM||7:04 PM|
|16||Tue 21 May||04:38 AM||7:04 PM|
|17||Wed 22 May||04:38 AM||7:05 PM|
|18||Thu 23 May||04:37 AM||7:05 PM|
|19||Fri 24 May||04:37 AM||7:05 PM|
|20||Sat 25 May||04:37 AM||7:06 PM|
|21||Sun 26 May||04:36 AM||7:06 PM|
|22||Mon 27 May||04:36 AM||7:07 PM|
|23||Tue 28 May||04:36 AM||7:07 PM|
|24||Wed 29 May||04:35 AM||7:07 PM|
|25||Thu 30 May||04:35 AM||7:08 PM|
|26||Fri 31 May||04:35 AM||7:08 PM|
|27||Sat 01 June||04:35 AM||7:08 PM|
|28||Sun 02 June||04:35 AM||7:09 PM|
|29||Mon 03 June||04:34 AM||7:09 PM|
|30||Tue 04 June||04:34 AM||7:09 PM|
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