There are many different colors, races, and tongues in many countries and peoples. The customs and traditions differed across the countries of the Islamic world, where more than one billion people live on different continents. Islam only gathers them under the banner of “There is no God but Allah, Muhammad is the Messenger of Allah.”

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In Ramadan every year, Muslims across the globe turn into one united gentry, dominated by the spirituality of the holy month. All of the same acts of worship lead to fasting, prayer and an exceptional desire to do good and a stronger tendency to tolerance and communication with others. Ramadan by his grace gives his loved ones in the outskirts of the earth and the majority of them a great opportunity to put each society’s mark and touches derived from his habits and history on the rituals of receiving and living the holy month.

Ramadan in Pakistan

Ramadan in Pakistan is somehow different than the other Muslims countries but there are many customs and rituals that are similar to most Muslim countries, such as to offer prayers in mosques, the lessons of interpretation, the rituals of the beneficent, and the religious atmosphere that brings together people and compose their hearts. Ramadan is an opportunity for Pakistanis to come close to Allah, with all the acts of charity and mercy, but to get closer to each other, where they increase love and friendship among people, exchange dishes and visits and set up iftar and sahar gatherings.

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Religious Atmosphere

The atmosphere of Ramadan is evident and religious in the Pakistani street in the modest fashion worn by all women, including the saffron. Pakistani women usually cover the head when they hear the azaan even if the woman is not usually veiled.

Women refrain from wearing traditional clothes in brightly decorated colors until they see the moon of the month of Shawwal. While all wear new clothes during the last few days of the last ten days.

Ramadan unites all Pakistan so that they forgot all of their differences between the past and the present, especially on the Ramadan table. There are no great differences between the Ramadan table between the young, adult and old ones.

Most of the mosques in Pakistan conclude the Quran more than once during Taraweeh prayer. It is concluded for the first time on the 15th of the month. The second seal is completed on the night of the 27th of Ramadan and the Quran is sealed for the third time in the remaining nights. The multiplication of the seals leads to the extension of the Taraweeh prayer until Suhoor often.

The Taraweeh imams are chosen among the custodians who are able to read the Qur’an by heart. Taraweeh prayers are also an opportunity to prepare new imams. The Imam of the mosque usually leaves his position to young imams during part of Taraweeh prayer.

During Ramadan, at the Badshah mosque in Lahore, built during the reign of the Mughal Sultanate of India, objects were believed to belong to the Prophet, the Prophet of Islam and his family, and visited by a large number of local and foreign visitors.

Ramadan is The Month of Brotherhood

Ramadan in Pakistan has special rituals and customs that reflect the most prominent manifestations of social solidarity and spirituality of the blessed month.

The customs of Pakistan do not vary from house to house, most of the mosques are always packed with worshipers, and open the doors for the establishment of sahar and iftar tables, where the fasting people send meals from their tables to nearby mosques on a daily basis.

Pakistanis generally have sahar with friends, family, and neighbors, who like to gather at these precious moments. One family can spend the entire month in a guesthouse or with others sharing breakfast tables. NGOs and businessmen offer sahar and iftar in mosques and streets for poor.

Because the holy month of Ramadan is an opportunity to earn more for Muslims with good deeds, there is no big difference between the rituals of Muslims in all regions of Pakistan. People do the same rituals at the same time, but in the last ten days, the facilitators like to wear new clothes and distribute gifts and gifts to the needy and offer the suhoor and receive Zakat and Zakat-al-Fitr at the end of the month.

Special Celebrations for Fasting Children

Children are particularly well-received during the holy month of Pakistan, in terms of encouraging them to fast at a young age, explaining that her memory still retains the celebration that her family set up at its first fast. It is a wonderful tradition of preparing a child psychologically, for the future on fasting in Ramadan.

Children in my country are encouraged to fast by mentioning the reward, and blessing for fasting the holy month of Ramadan and encouraging them to prepare some of their favorite dishes. Special dishes for children are prepared for sahar when they fast, and the breakfast table is ceremoniously prepared to honor them. I remember when I was seven, and then I was fasting for the first time, so my parents invited guests to our house at that time. I was very happy and proud then, and I will repeat the same experience with my two young daughters when it is time to fast.

Markets and Streets

There is rush in of the streets in front of shops selling food items and other Pakistani cuisines, which people prefer to buy from the market more for iftar, but for sahar it is still the main meal, and a social occasion full of harmony and faith, and almost some families do not meet only throughout the year and invited friends and relatives.

Pakistani Food Traditions

In Ramadan, neighbors exchange breakfast, where they watch dishes with children before breakfast with dates and the usual breakfast package. The dish is returned the next day to the family, laden with the dishes of the neighbors’ breakfast.

The most famous refreshing beverage is the “Roohafzah” or “Jam-e-Shireen”, and are mixed with milk to form a more intense juicer. While others prefer mixed with dried fruits to add other tasty and healthy flavors.

The Punjabis are preparing a “Satoo” drink before Ramadan comes to a while. This drink is a mixture of several ingredients are dried fruits, sugar and lemon juice, and can be mixed with any other liquid like water or milk, which is very refreshing.

The most common dishes on the Pakistani table during the month of Ramadan on a daily basis are “Fruit Chaat”, “Khajlaa & Pheeni”, “Kheer”, “Samosa & Pakoras”, and “Dahi-Bare”.

Pakistanis prefer to eat “Qeema Paratha”, which are the traditional parathas stuffed with chopped meat and vegetables and served with fruits and green tea.

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Working Hours & School Holidays

The number of working hours in Ramadan is cut across the country, in the public and private sectors, by about two hours; And announce the last ten days of Ramadan an official holiday, during which mosques and public buildings adorned with banners and lights.

  • Working Hours: 10:00 AM TO 04:00 PM.
  • Schools and other educational centers are usually remained closed in Ramadan.

Eid-ul-Fitr

Eid-ul-Fitr is a great reward from God after a full month of fasting in Ramadan, this celebration is a joy for the Pakistanis. Celebrating this religious occasion is a joyful celebration of traditions and customs, and Pakistanis, like all Muslims in the world, prepare a special atmosphere for Eid-ul-Fitr, they dressed in new clothes chosen to suit every region, so that the country is very diverse in the traditional dress that varies in different areas. People in the northwestern part of Pakistan wear the “Shalwar Kameez” with “Shawl”, and the people in middle Pakistan is wearing the embroidered “Kurta” while people in the southern part of Pakistan are wearing the “Heavenly embroidered Shalwar Kamez”.

Ramzan Calendar of Karachi

RAMADAN CALENDAR 2019 – KARACHI

(SEHR-O-IFTAR TIME – اوقات سحر و افطار)

RAMADAN DATE SEHR IFTAR
1 Tue 07 May 04:29 AM 7:05 PM
2 Wed 08 May 04:28 AM 7:06 PM
3 Thu 09 May 04:27 AM 7:07 PM
4 Fri 10 May 04:26 AM 7:07 PM
5 Sat 11 May 04:26 AM 7:08 PM
6 Sun 12 May 04:25 AM 7:08 PM
7 Mon 13 May 04:24 AM 7:09 PM
8 Tue 14 May 04:23 AM 7:09 PM
9 Wed 15 May 04:23 AM 7:10 PM
10 Thu 16 May 04:22 AM 7:10 PM
11 Fri 17 May 04:21 AM 7:11 PM
12 Sat 18 May 04:21 AM 7:11 PM
13 Sun 19 May 04:20 AM 7:12 PM
14 Mon 20 May 04:19 AM 7:12 PM
15 Tue 21 May 04:19 AM 7:13 PM
16 Wed 22 May 04:18 AM 7:13 PM
17 Thu 23 May 04:18 AM 7:14 PM
18 Fri 24 May 04:17 AM 7:14 PM
19 Sat 25 May 04:17 AM 7:15 PM
20 Sun 26 May 04:16 AM 7:15 PM
21 Mon 27 May 04:16 AM 7:16 PM
22 Tue 28 May 04:15 AM 7:16 PM
23 Wed 29 May 04:15 AM 7:17 PM
24 Thu 30 May 04:15 AM 7:17 PM
25 Fri 31 May 04:14 AM 7:18 PM
26 Sat 01 June 04:14 AM 7:18 PM
27 Sun 02 June 04:14 AM 7:18 PM
28 Mon 03 June 04:13 AM 7:19 PM
29 Tue 04 June 04:13 AM 7:19 PM
30 Wed 05 June 04:13 AM 7:20 PM

Ramzan Calendar of Lahore

RAMADAN CALENDAR 2019 – LAHORE

(SEHR-O-IFTAR TIME – اوقات سحر و افطار)

RAMADAN DATE SEHR IFTAR
1 Tue 07 May 03:41 AM 6:47 PM
2 Wed 08 May 03:40 AM 6:48 PM
3 Thu 09 May 03:39 AM 6:49 PM
4 Fri 10 May 03:38 AM 6:49 PM
5 Sat 11 May 03:37 AM 6:50 PM
6 Sun 12 May 03:36 AM 6:51 PM
7 Mon 13 May 03:35 AM 6:51 PM
8 Tue 14 May 03:34 AM 6:52 PM
9 Wed 15 May 03:33 AM 6:53 PM
10 Thu 16 May 03:32 AM 6:53 PM
11 Fri 17 May 03:31 AM 6:54 PM
12 Sat 18 May 03:30 AM 6:55 PM
13 Sun 19 May 03:29 AM 6:55 PM
14 Mon 20 May 03:28 AM 6:56 PM
15 Tue 21 May 03:28 AM 6:57 PM
16 Wed 22 May 03:27 AM 6:57 PM
17 Thu 23 May 03:26 AM 6:58 PM
18 Fri 24 May 03:25 AM 6:59 PM
19 Sat 25 May 03:25 AM 6:59 PM
20 Sun 26 May 03:24 AM 7:00 PM
21 Mon 27 May 03:23 AM 7:00 PM
22 Tue 28 May 03:23 AM 7:01 PM
23 Wed 29 May 03:22 AM 7:02 PM
24 Thu 30 May 03:22 AM 7:02 PM
25 Fri 31 May 03:21 AM 7:03 PM
26 Sat 01 June 03:21 AM 7:03 PM
27 Sun 02 June 03:20 AM 7:04 PM
28 Mon 03 June 03:20 AM 7:05 PM
29 Tue 04 June 03:19 AM 7:05 PM
30 Wed 05 June 03:19 AM 7:06 PM

Ramzan Calendar of Islamabad

RAMADAN CALENDAR 2019 – ISLAMABAD

(SEHR-O-IFTAR TIME – اوقات سحر و افطار)

RAMADAN DATE SEHR IFTAR
1 Tue 07 May 03:40 AM 6:56 PM
2 Wed 08 May 03:38 AM 6:57 PM
3 Thu 09 May 03:37 AM 6:58 PM
4 Fri 10 May 03:36 AM 6:58 PM
5 Sat 11 May 03:35 AM 6:59 PM
6 Sun 12 May 03:34 AM 7:00 PM
7 Mon 13 May 03:32 AM 7:01 PM
8 Tue 14 May 03:31 AM 7:01 PM
9 Wed 15 May 03:30 AM 7:02 PM
10 Thu 16 May 03:29 AM 7:03 PM
11 Fri 17 May 03:28 AM 7:04 PM
12 Sat 18 May 03:27 AM 7:04 PM
13 Sun 19 May 03:26 AM 7:05 PM
14 Mon 20 May 03:25 AM 7:06 PM
15 Tue 21 May 03:24 AM 7:07 PM
16 Wed 22 May 03:24 AM 7:07 PM
17 Thu 23 May 03:23 AM 7:08 PM
18 Fri 24 May 03:22 AM 7:09 PM
19 Sat 25 May 03:21 AM 7:09 PM
20 Sun 26 May 03:20 AM 7:10 PM
21 Mon 27 May 03:20 AM 7:11 PM
22 Tue 28 May 03:19 AM 7:11 PM
23 Wed 29 May 03:18 AM 7:12 PM
24 Thu 30 May 03:18 AM 7:13 PM
25 Fri 31 May 03:17 AM 7:13 PM
26 Sat 01 June 03:16 AM 7:14 PM
27 Sun 02 June 03:16 AM 7:14 PM
28 Mon 03 June 03:15 AM 7:15 PM
29 Tue 04 June 03:15 AM 7:16 PM
30 Wed 05 June 03:14 AM 7:16 PM

Ramzan Calendar of Peshawar

RAMADAN CALENDAR 2019 – PESHAWAR

(SEHR-O-IFTAR TIME – اوقات سحر و افطار)

RAMADAN DATE SEHR IFTAR
1 Tue 07 May 03:44 AM 7:03 PM
2 Wed 08 May 03:43 AM 7:03 PM
3 Thu 09 May 03:42 AM 7:04 PM
4 Fri 10 May 03:41 AM 7:05 PM
5 Sat 11 May 03:40 AM 7:06 PM
6 Sun 12 May 03:38 AM 7:07 PM
7 Mon 13 May 03:37 AM 7:07 PM
8 Tue 14 May 03:36 AM 7:08 PM
9 Wed 15 May 03:35 AM 7:09 PM
10 Thu 16 May 03:34 AM 7:10 PM
11 Fri 17 May 03:33 AM 7:10 PM
12 Sat 18 May 03:32 AM 7:11 PM
13 Sun 19 May 03:31 AM 7:12 PM
14 Mon 20 May 03:30 AM 7:12 PM
15 Tue 21 May 03:29 AM 7:13 PM
16 Wed 22 May 03:28 AM 7:14 PM
17 Thu 23 May 03:27 AM 7:15 PM
18 Fri 24 May 03:26 AM 7:15 PM
19 Sat 25 May 03:26 AM 7:16 PM
20 Sun 26 May 03:25 AM 7:17 PM
21 Mon 27 May 03:24 AM 7:17 PM
22 Tue 28 May 03:23 AM 7:18 PM
23 Wed 29 May 03:23 AM 7:19 PM
24 Thu 30 May 03:22 AM 7:19 PM
25 Fri 31 May 03:21 AM 7:20 PM
26 Sat 01 June 03:21 AM 7:21 PM
27 Sun 02 June 03:20 AM 7:21 PM
28 Mon 03 June 03:20 AM 7:22 PM
29 Tue 04 June 03:19 AM 7:22 PM
30 Wed 05 June 03:19 AM 7:23 PM

Ramzan Calendar of Quetta

RAMADAN CALENDAR 2019 – QUETTA

(SEHR-O-IFTAR TIME – اوقات سحر و افطار)

RAMADAN DATE SEHR IFTAR
1 Tue 07 May 04:15 AM 7:14 PM
2 Wed 08 May 04:14 AM 7:15 PM
3 Thu 09 May 04:13 AM 7:15 PM
4 Fri 10 May 04:12 AM 7:16 PM
5 Sat 11 May 04:11 AM 7:17 PM
6 Sun 12 May 04:10 AM 7:17 PM
7 Mon 13 May 04:09 AM 7:18 PM
8 Tue 14 May 04:08 AM 7:19 PM
9 Wed 15 May 04:07 AM 7:19 PM
10 Thu 16 May 04:06 AM 7:20 PM
11 Fri 17 May 04:05 AM 7:21 PM
12 Sat 18 May 04:04 AM 7:21 PM
13 Sun 19 May 04:03 AM 7:22 PM
14 Mon 20 May 04:03 AM 7:23 PM
15 Tue 21 May 04:02 AM 7:23 PM
16 Wed 22 May 04:01 AM 7:24 PM
17 Thu 23 May 04:00 AM 7:24 PM
18 Fri 24 May 04:00 AM 7:25 PM
19 Sat 25 May 03:59 AM 7:26 PM
20 Sun 26 May 03:58 AM 7:26 PM
21 Mon 27 May 03:58 AM 7:27 PM
22 Tue 28 May 03:57 AM 7:27 PM
23 Wed 29 May 03:57 AM 7:28 PM
24 Thu 30 May 03:56 AM 7:29 PM
25 Fri 31 May 03:56 AM 7:29 PM
26 Sat 01 June 03:55 AM 7:30 PM
27 Sun 02 June 03:55 AM 7:30 PM
28 Mon 03 June 03:54 AM 7:31 PM
29 Tue 04 June 03:54 AM 7:31 PM
30 Wed 05 June 03:54 AM 7:32 PM

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