When is Ramadan in Bangladesh

When is Ramadan in Bangladesh | Ramadan Date 2019

When is Ramadan in Bangladesh 2019:

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You already know, out of the 12 months of the Islamic Calendar, the month of Ramadan holds the greatest importance. This month is considered to be the month of prayers and blessings.

The holy month Ramadan 2019 in Bangladesh will begin in the evening of Sunday, 5th or 6th May and ends in the evening of Tuesday, 4 June Dates may vary.

However, people of Bangladesh might be looking forward to the day and date of the beginning of Ramadan in Bangladesh.

Dates of Ramadan (2015 to 2019):

The date for the beginning of Ramadan 2019 is below:

Year Date Day
2015 18th June Thursday
2016 7th June Tuesday
2017 27th May Saturday
2018 16th May Wednesday
2019 5th May Sunday

The Significance of Ramadan:

It is a belief of Muslims and as it is said by Allah Himself in the Quran and the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) also told the Muslims that they will be granted forgiveness and the prize of paradise if they tend to pray in this month.

Narrated `Abdullah bin `Umar: Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ) said, “The month (can be) 29 nights (i.e. days), and do not fast till you see the moon, and if the sky is overcast, then complete Sha’ban as thirty days.”

As this month is for prayers, Allah also sends unlimited blessings to the Earth and to the people who pray and fast regularly in this month.

This month is given the same importance by the Muslims of Bangladesh and respected by the non-Muslims.

What Do People Do?

In this month, the Muslims of Bangladesh offer prayers regularly. They fast in the hours of daylight from Fajr till Maghrib.

People tend to give away a lot of charity to the poor. They give away food items or money to lots and lots of poor people of Bangladesh.

The office timings are also scheduled accordingly to the fasting and prayer time.

Islamic calendar will give you the predicted date of every Islamic month and festivals. As an Islamic calendar is based on the dates or the cycle of the Moon.

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