Iftar Sehri Prayer Timings in Ramadan 2017


Iftar Sehri Prayer Timings are different in the different county. The Muslim keeps fasting in the month of Ramadan. It is a holy month for them. The web links provide the Iftar Sehri Timings in 2016.

It is the ninth month according to the Islamic calendar, the month of fasting, Muslims are observing fast in this month worldwide. Fasting is well known as Roza. Fasting is third main principle among five pillars of Muslim. They take nothing from the sun rising until sunset. They mainly take food two times in a day. It is known as Iftar and Sheri. It is an unavoidable part in the month of Ramadan for every Muslim who fasts to satisfy Allah.

This year 2017 (Hijri 1436) Ramzan may start on 26 May. It is totally based on the lunar calendar (moon). Find accurate Ramadan Iftar Timetable listed calendar here. Here is Iftari Time schedule for Hanafi (Sunni) and Fiqa Jafria (Shia). Tthe website links of Iftaar and Sehri Ramadan Timings.

About Iftar Sehri

The word Sehri is derived from the word Suhoor. In Arabic Suhoor means the dawn or pre-dawn meal. Suhoor is also called sehur, sahri, and sahur in many Islamic countries but all of them bears the same meaning. So Sehri is the meal taken in the early morning before sunrise for the purpose of fasting. Iftar means the meal taken after the sunset during Ramadan. This month all sit together and take Iftar. The food item is different in different places. However, if anyone takes the meal before sunset, it will no longer be considered as Iftar and the fasting will be ruined. So, in both the cases (Sahri and Iftar), the fasting Muslims must be careful of the timing aspect.

Iftar Sehri Timings

Timing or namazer somoy suchi is very important in case of Iftar and Sehri. The muslims have been encouraged to eat Sehri at dawn before sunset so that they can maintain the stamina throughout the day and do not fall in sick.

The Iftar and Sehri time varies based on the geographic location and the seasons. As in summer, generally, the night is very short and in winter the night is longer than that of summer season.

Ifter times correspond to Maghrib times. Imsak times correspond to Fajr. Breaking of fasting should take place as soon as possible after Maghrib Azan.

The Muslims are encouraged to eat Iftar as soon as the sunsets and the Azan are sung. There is no reward for eating Iftar late. Instead Allah gives additional reward for taking Iftar as soon as the sunsets.

Muslims start keeping fast until next moon rise. The day is called Eid-ul-Fitr .

Salah dot com is a website where Muslims can get the prayer timing worldwide of different cities. Here is a list of some Populated Muslim cities. They are Delhi, Dhaka, Dubai, Islamabad, Istanbul, JakartaKuala Lumpur, Madras,Multan, Mumbai,New York, Riyadh,Sydney Washington. Salah.com provides all the timing in its web portal.

Benefits of Eating Sheri

There are several benefits in tanking Sehri. There are both worldly and after life benefits depicted in holy Quran, Hadith and various researches done by the doctors and researchers.

In a Hadith, Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) said “Eat Sehri, Indeed, there are blessings in Sehri. Though one can fast without eating sehri, one should eat Sehri believing on the hadith of the prophet.

It helps prevent headache and fatigue in day time.

It prevents the loss of cells in the body.

Sehri keeps the sugar level in the body in control which is very helpful for the diabetic patients.


Benefits of Eating Iftar

Iftar also has numerous worldly and afterlife benefits according to Quran, Hadith, and the Scholars.

A hadith says that Allah loves the people when they sit with foods in front of them but does not eat them until the sunset only because of fear of Allah.

A hadith encourages the muslims to include other people when eating Iftar. If you don’t have the capability, you can feed them even by a date or a glass of water. If anyone does this, he or she will get the equal amount good deeds or swab like the person he or she feeds.

The foods taken at the time of Iftar digests well as the body craves for foods after the whole day of fasting. It is better to avoid oily foods at the time of fasting at it may create gastric and many other diseases.

In the month of Ramadan, you will find many calendars that show Iftar Sehri time. The radios and televisions also arrange Islamic programs at the time of Iftar and Sehri which are very helpful in maintaining proper time.