Ramadhan 2024

When Is Ramadhan 2024 starting?

Based on the Ummul Quro Commite in Mecca, Ramadan 2024 will be predicted to start on the night of March 10th, 2024, which corresponds to the first day of Ramadan 1445H. This determination is based on the position of the crescent moon already above the horizon and has met the MABIMS criteria as well as the report of rukyatul hilal.

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar (hijri calendar) and is observed by Muslims worldwide as a month of fasting, prayer, reflection, and recitation of The Holy Quran.

In this article, we present to you the Ramadan 2024 countdown, including how many days, minute and second until the night of March 23 2024

How long is Ramadan?

in 2024, Ramadan is 30 days

When is Ramadan 2024 end?

in 2024, Ramadan is expected to end on Tuesday 9st April which corresponds to the first day of Shawwal 1445 H.

When Is Laylat al-Qadr?

It is a commonly held belief that Laylatul Qadr (the Night of Power) occurs on the 27th of Ramadan, which will fall on the night of Friday, 5th April, 2023.

Ramadan date for 2024

Ramadhan 202411/03/2024Monday

Here is a list of Ramadhan in upcoming years

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What is the significance of Ramadan?

Ramadan was chosen as the month of fasting and spiritual advancement due to its association and close affinity with the revelation of the Holy Qur'an. The Holy Qur'an states, 'The month of Ramadan is that in which the Qur'an was sent down as a guidance for mankind with clear proofs of guidance and discrimination.

Why is Ramadan important to Muslims?

Ramadan is known as the holiest month in Islam.

Ramadan is the month where the Holy Quran was revealed to Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Muslims are also encouraged to read the Quran more often with sincerity.

During the holy month of Ramadan, Muslims build stronger relationships with Allah through fasting, selfless actions, and praying.

For Muslims, it's a time for spiritual reflection and growth, to help those in need, and to spend time with loved ones.

Traditions of Ramadan

During this month, Muslims observe a strict daily fast from dawn until sunset. They are not allowed to eat or drink, not even water, during these daylight hours.

Ramadan is a period of introspection, communal prayer (ṣalāt) in the mosque, and reading of the Qurʾān. God forgives the past sins.