Here, we shall discuss the times for making and breaking fast in Ramadan for all thirty or twenty-nine days in 2022. This year’s fasting is going to end on 1st May 2022.
Ramadan for 2022 has started counting from 2nd April. We expected to see the appearance of moon of Ramadan on 1st April but God didn’t show it then. As Ramadan is ongoing, we have to count ourselves among those who will benefit what Ramadan came with.
To prepare for Ramada is not buying foods or all other edible things for you and your family consumption. What being prepared means here is trying to abstain from bad deed to good deed, change your position towards Allah from negative to positive. That is, if you were not praying regularly before, try to avoid in Ramadan. Maybe, after Ramada, Allah can change your life if He loves you so enter Janna.
In Ramadan, there are times known for stop fast making and also the time for start fast breaking. Another thing to wonder about is that time differs from day to day. For instance, the time you used to break fast today may not be the same for the time you are going to break your fast tomorrow. What that causes this difference is climatic and weather changes.
In this post, we will show you the time that does fasting start in the morning and also the time to break it in the evening for all respective days in the month of Ramadan.
Read this also: rules that guide fasting in Ramadan for 2022 and ever.
Or are you living in UK, London and searching for 2022 Ramadan time table? In this article, we have got you covered.
Note Ramadan 2022 started from 2nd April to 1st May 2022 while Eid will hold worldwide on 2nd May 2022.
Now, let’s start to show with you the respective times for making and breaking Ramadan fasting in 2022 for all days.
Time for fast making and breaking in Ramadan 2022
|Day||Fast making time||Fast breaking time|
|Sat 2nd April||5.10am||7.49pm|
|Sun 3rd April||5.07am||7.51pm|
|Mon 4th April||5.05am||7.53pm|
|Tue 5th April||5.02am||7.55pm|
|Wed 6th April||5am||7.57pm|
|Thu 7th April||4.58am||7.59pm|
|Fri 8th April||4.55am||8pm|
|Sat 9th April||4.53am||8.02pm|
|Sun 10th April||4.51am||8.04pm|
|Mon 11th April||4.48am||8.06pm|
|Tue 12th April||4.46am||8.08pm|
|Wed 13th April||4.44am||8.09pm|
|Thu 14th April||4.41am||8.11pm|
|Fri 15th April||4.39am||8.13pm|
|Sat 16th April||4.37am||8.15pm|
|Sun 17th April||4.34am||8.17pm|
|Mon 18th April||4.32am||8.19pm|
|Tue 19th April||4.30am||8.20pm|
|Wed 20th April||4.28am||8.22pm|
|Thu 21st April||4.25am||8.24pm|
|Fri 22nd April||4.23am||8.26pm|
|Sat 23rd April||4.21am||8.28pm|
|Sun 24th April||4.19am||8.29pm|
|Mon 25th April||4.17am||8.31pm|
|Tue 26th April||4.14am||8.33pm|
|Wed 27th April||4.12am||8.35pm|
|Thu 28th April||4.10am||8.37pm|
|Fri 29th April||4.08am||8.39pm|
|Sat 30th April||4.06am||8.40pm|
|Sun 1st May||4.04am||8.42pm|
Time for making fast in the morning is termed sahur in Arabic language. The moment the second alfijr appear, every Moslem should stop eating.
Hope this post has shown you the time for making fast in the morning and also the time to break time in the evening? Please share it with your friends and remember to subscribe to our newsletter for more Islamic related updates.