When is Ramadan in Jordan 2023 | The Most Significant Islamic Month

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When is Ramadan in Jordan:

Are you looking for when is Ramadan in Jordan or date of Ramadan 2023 in Jordan. 

All of you know the significance of the month of Ramadan. It is also called as Ramadhan or Ramzan.

Ramadan 2023 in Jordan will begin in the evening of Wednesday, 22 or 23 March and ends in the evening of Thursday, 20 or 21 April,  dates may vary.

Ramzan Calender for Jordon 2023

You all might be looking forward to the month of Ramadan. The table below will guide you to the date and day observed for the beginning of Ramadan in Jordan.

DaySEHRIIFTARDATE
105:50 AM7:31 PM23 Mar 2023
205:48 AM7:33 PM24 Mar 2023
305:46 AM7:34 PM25 Mar 2023
405:44 AM7:35 PM26 Mar 2023
505:42 AM7:36 PM27 Mar 2023
605:40 AM7:38 PM28 Mar 2023
705:38 AM7:39 PM29 Mar 2023
805:36 AM7:40 PM30 Mar 2023
905:34 AM7:41 PM31 Mar 2023
1005:32 AM7:43 PM01 Apr 2023
1105:30 AM7:44 PM02 Apr 2023
1205:28 AM7:45 PM03 Apr 2023
1305:26 AM7:46 PM04 Apr 2023
1405:24 AM7:48 PM05 Apr 2023
1505:22 AM7:49 PM06 Apr 2023
1605:20 AM7:50 PM07 Apr 2023
1705:18 AM7:51 PM08 Apr 2023
1805:15 AM7:53 PM09 Apr 2023
1905:13 AM7:54 PM10 Apr 2023
2005:11 AM7:55 PM11 Apr 2023
2105:09 AM7:56 PM12 Apr 2023
2205:07 AM7:58 PM13 Apr 2023
2305:05 AM7:59 PM14 Apr 2023
2405:03 AM8:00 PM15 Apr 2023
2505:01 AM8:01 PM16 Apr 2023
2604:59 AM8:03 PM17 Apr 2023
2704:57 AM8:04 PM18 Apr 2023
2804:55 AM8:05 PM19 Apr 2023
2904:53 AM8:06 PM20 Apr 2023
3004:51 AM8:08 PM21 Apr 2023

The Significance of Ramadhan:

This month holds great importance for every Muslim dwelling on this Earth. This month is for fasting which is one of the five pillars of Islam introduced to the Muslims by the last Prophet of Allah (peace be upon him).

Narrated Sahl:The Prophet (ﷺ) said, “There is a gate in Paradise called Ar-Raiyan, and those who observe fasts will enter through it on the Day of Resurrection and none except them will enter through it. It will be said, ‘Where are those who used to observe fasts?’ They will get up, and none except them will enter through it. After their entry the gate will be closed and nobody will enter through it.”

Fasting is mandatory for every Muslim and no one can neglect this fact because it concerns your belief.

However, in Jordan, the Muslims offer extra prayers in this month and the fasting is done in the daylight hours. Amendments in the working hours are also done to suit the prayer timings of the Muslims.

Although, it is a foreign country for the Muslims, but the religion of Islam is respected in Jordan and Muslims offer their prayers with freedom.

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