Ramadan Time Table 2020 Al Ain, Al Ain Ramadan Prayer Timings 2020, Imsak timings, Iftar timings for Al Ain

Al Ain Ramadan prayer time table 2020: Ramadan is popularly known as the month of Islamic fasting. As per the Ramadan time table Al Ain 2020, Sehr time for Al Ain today (14 May 2020) is 4:10 and Iftar time for Al Ain today (14 May 2020) is 18:56. Also, provided the Ramadan time table UAE, Al Ain Ramadan Prayer Time Table 2020, Iftar time for Al Ain, Imsak timings for Al Ain, and some interesting facts about Ramadan 2020 here.

Sehr and Iftar Time today in Al Ain 14th May 2020

Date Sehri time Iftar time
14 May 2020 04:10 18:56


 Sehr and Iftar Time tomorrow in Al Ain 15th May 2020

Date Sehri time Iftar time
15 May 2020 04:09 18:56

Ramadan is observed by the worldwide Muslim population as per the Islamic lunar calendar. Throughout the month of Islamic fasting, one has to steer clear of any ill feelings, poor behavior—nobody who observes Iftar can be aggressive or battle. There are cases where fasting people will act only in self-defense.

Updated: May 13, 2020 20:43 IST

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Al Ain Ramadan Sehr, Iftar Time Today in Al Ain 2020

Here, you can find the Ramadan time table Al Ain framed according to the Islamic calendar 2020 Al Ain. Ramadan time table UAE, Al Ain Ramadan Prayer Timings, Imsak timings for Al Ain, Iftar timings for Al Ain are also mentioned here. Read on to know Fajar, Sunrise, Dhuhur, Asr, Maghrib, and Isha timings also. According to the Ramadan calendar Al Ain 2020 Sehar time today (13 May 2020) in Al Ain is 4:17 and Iftar time today in Al Ain is 18:51 and tomorrow (14 May 2020) Sehar time in Al Ain & Iftar time in Al Ain is 04:16 and 18:52 respectively.

Today Al Ain Prayer Timings

Fajar 04:14 14 May 2020
Sunrise 05:33 14 May 2020
Zuhr 12:16 14 May 2020
Asr 15:40 14 May 2020
Maghrib 18:53 14 May 2020
Isha 20:13 14 May 2020

Al Ain Ramadan Sehr, Iftar Timings 2020 - Al Ain Ramadan Time Table 2020

Date Sehr Time Iftaar Time
02 May 2020 04:19 18:50
03 May 2020 04:18 18:51
04 May 2020 04:17 18:51
05 May 2020 04:16 18:52
06 May 2020 04:16 18:52
07 May 2020 04:15 18:53
08 May 2020 04:14 18:53
09 May 2020 04:13 18:54
10 May 2020 04:12 18:54
11 May 2020 04:12 18:55
12 May 2020 04:11 18:55
13 May 2020 04:10 18:56
14 May 2020 04:09 18:56
15 May 2020 04:09 18:57
16 May 2020 04:08 18:57
17 May 2020 04:07 18:58
18 May 2020 04:07 18:58
19 May 2020 04:06 18:59
20 May 2020 04:06 18:59
21 May 2020 04:05 19:00
22 May 2020 04:05 19:00
23 May 2020 04:04 19:01
24 May 2020 04:04 19:01
25 May 2020 04:03 19:02
26 May 2020 04:03 19:02
27 May 2020 04:02 19:03
28 May 2020 04:02 19:03
29 May 2020 04:02 19:04
30 May 2020 04:01 19:04
31 May 2020 04:01 19:05


Al Ain Namaz Timings for Next 7 days

Below mentioned are the timings of Fajar, Sunrise, Zuhr, Asr, Maghrib, and Isha in Al Ain for the next 7 days.

Date Fajar Sunrise Zuhr Asr Maghrib Isha
02 May 2020 04:19 05:37 12:17 15:41 18:50 20:09
03 May 2020 04:18 05:36 12:17 15:41 18:51 20:10
04 May 2020 04:17 05:35 12:17 15:41 18:51 20:10
05 May 2020 04:16 05:35 12:17 15:41 18:52 20:11
06 May 2020 04:16 05:34 12:16 15:40 18:52 20:12
07 May 2020 04:15 05:33 12:16 15:40 18:53 20:12
08 May 2020 04:14 05:33 12:16 15:40 18:53 20:13

Al Ain Namaz Timings for Next 30 days

Below mentioned are the timings of Fajar, Sunrise, Zuhr, Asr, Maghrib and Isha in Al Ain for the next 30 days 

Date Fajar Sunrise Zuhr Asr Maghrib Isha
02 May 2020 04:19 05:37 12:17 15:41 18:50 20:09
03 May 2020 04:18 05:36 12:17 15:41 18:51 20:10
04 May 2020 04:17 05:35 12:17 15:41 18:51 20:10
05 May 2020 04:16 05:35 12:17 15:41 18:52 20:11
06 May 2020 04:16 05:34 12:16 15:40 18:52 20:12
07 May 2020 04:15 05:33 12:16 15:40 18:53 20:12
08 May 2020 04:14 05:33 12:16 15:40 18:53 20:13
09 May 2020 04:13 05:32 12:16 15:40 18:54 20:14
10 May 2020 04:12 05:32 12:16 15:40 18:54 20:14
11 May 2020 04:12 05:31 12:16 15:39 18:55 20:15
12 May 2020 04:11 05:31 12:16 15:39 18:55 20:16
13 May 2020 04:10 05:30 12:16 15:39 18:56 20:17
14 May 2020 04:09 05:30 12:16 15:39 18:56 20:17
15 May 2020 04:09 05:29 12:16 15:39 18:57 20:18
16 May 2020 04:08 05:29 12:16 15:38 18:57 20:19
17 May 2020 04:07 05:28 12:16 15:38 18:58 20:19
18 May 2020 04:07 05:28 12:16 15:38 18:58 20:20
19 May 2020 04:06 05:27 12:16 15:38 18:59 20:21
20 May 2020 04:06 05:27 12:16 15:38 18:59 20:21
21 May 2020 04:05 05:27 12:17 15:38 19:00 20:22
22 May 2020 04:05 05:26 12:17 15:38 19:00 20:23
23 May 2020 04:04 05:26 12:17 15:38 19:01 20:23
24 May 2020 04:04 05:26 12:17 15:37 19:01 20:24
25 May 2020 04:03 05:25 12:17 15:37 19:02 20:25
26 May 2020 04:03 05:25 12:17 15:37 19:02 20:25
27 May 2020 04:02 05:25 12:17 15:37 19:03 20:26
28 May 2020 04:02 05:25 12:17 15:37 19:03 20:27
29 May 2020 04:02 05:24 12:17 15:37 19:04 20:27
30 May 2020 04:01 05:24 12:17 15:37 19:04 20:28
31 May 2020 04:01 05:24 12:18 15:37 19:05 20:28

What is Ramadan?

Muslims do not eat or drink between dawn and sunset during the month of Ramadan. It's called fasting. Fasting during Ramadan is necessary because it helps Muslims to devote themselves to their religion and to come closer to Allah, or God. Fasting is one of Islam's Five Pillars and is the basis of how Muslims live their lives. The other foundations are faith, prayer, charity, and the pilgrimage to Mecca, the holy city. Also, Ramadan is a time for spiritual reflection, fasting, doing good deeds, and spending time with friends and family.

Ramadan Facts

In the Islamic Calendar, Ramadan falls on the ninth lunar month. The lunar calendar means that the start of each month is dependent on various factors, such as the moon sighting. Like all Islamic months, therefore, every year, the month of Ramadan rotates.

It is believed that the month of Ramadan is the month in which the Holy Qur'an was revealed to Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) as guidance to all humanity.

Throughout the month of Islamic fasting, one has to steer clear of any ill feelings, poor behavior—nobody who observes Iftar can be aggressive or battle. There are cases where fasting people will act only in self-defense.

Ramadan is the Fasting month. Fasting (sawm), is one of Islam's Five Pillars.

Eating dates is a common way to make a fast break. Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) is said to have used dates to break from his fast. The health benefits of the dates are substantial. They contain natural sugars; they are high in protein, they are excellent for digestion, they are rich in countless vitamins and nutrients and much more.

Ramadan finishes off with Eid ul-Fitr, a festival that follows the fasting time. It is widely recognized as a day of joy and gratitude to Allah for help in making the spiritual month come true. It is a day of thanksgiving, prayer, peace, and joy.

However, in effect, Ramadan isn't the same for everyone. There are people out there who observe Ramadan to begin their fast without the suhoor, nor to break it by the iftar.

What does Ramadan Mubarak mean?

The most famous of the greetings during the holy month is "Ramadan Mubarak," which translates as "blessed" from the Arabic term-the word, therefore, means "Blessed Ramadan," frequently used in the same manner as wishing anyone a "Happy Ramadan."