Ramadan Calendar 2011

يَا أَيُّهَا الَّذِينَ آمَنُواْ كُتِبَ عَلَيْكُمُ الصِّيَامُ كَمَا كُتِبَ عَلَى الَّذِينَ مِن قَبْلِكُمْ لَعَلَّكُمْ تَتَّقُونَ
اے ایمان والو! تم پر اسی طرح روزے فرض کئے گئے ہیں جیسے تم سے پہلے لوگوں پر فرض کئے گئے تھے تاکہ تم پرہیزگار بن جاؤ
O Believers! Fasting is prescribed for you as it was prescribed for the people before you so that you may become pious.
Holy Quran (2:183)

 The Mubarrak month of Ramadan is Coming from 2nd August 2011 and these 30 days are more holly and more precious in any Muslim life because in Whole Ramadan Muslims have blessed from Allah specially. These 30 days are more then thousand of years worship. There are many more special days in Holy Ramadan like 21,23,25,27,29 Fasts. Ramadan is the most Holy month of Islamic calender year. This month is the pillar of Islam.


This month is the month in which the Holy Quran book has completed.In this we can not eat any thing in whole day.Our roza started early in the morning time and we finish our meal before Fajor Azaan and after finish our meal when beginning the fast- seher.It is the most Holy month of Islamic calender year.

Here is Detailed Ramadan Calendar 2011 and  Sehri And Iftar Timings In Pakistan (Islamabad/Rawalpindi) given for all Muslims to know easily timings of Opening and closing of fast.
Happy Ramadan Mubarak in Advance to All Visitors

AUGUST 2011
7:10 3:43 02 1 Tuesday
7:09 3:44 03 2 Wednesday
7:08 3:45 04 3 Thursday
7:07 3:46 05 4 Friday
7:06 3:47 06 5 Saturday
7:05 3:48 07 6 Sunday
7:04 3:49 08 7 Monday
7:03 3:50 09 8 Tuesday
7:02 3:51 10 9 Wednesday
7:01 3:52 11 10 Thursday
7:00 3:53 12 11 Friday
6:59 3:54 13 12 Saturday
6:58 3:55 14 13 Sunday
6:57 3:56 15 14 Monday
6:56 3:57 16 15 Tuesday
6:54 3:58 17 16 Wednesday
6:53 3:59 18 17 Thursday
6:52 4:00 19 18 Friday
6:51 4:01 20 19 Saturday
6:50 4:02 21 20 Sunday
6:49 4:03 22 21 Monday
6:47 4:04 23 22 Tuesday
6:46 4:05 24 23 Wednesday
6:45 4:06 25 24 Thursday
6:44 4:07 26 25 Friday
6:42 4:08 27 26 Saturday
6:41 4:09 28 27 Sunday
6:40 4:10 29 28 Monday
6:38 4:11 30 29 Tuesday
6:37 4:11 31 30 Wednesday

4 thoughts on “Ramadan Calendar 2011

  1. Very interesting details you have observed , regards for putting up. “Whatever one man is capable of conceiving, other men will be able to achieve.” by Jules Verne.

  2. Dear Brother,
    You didn’t mentioned the authentication of above calendar. How can we just trust on you? please provide proper authentication than we will able to apply it on ourself.
    Hope you don’t mind it.
    thanks
    Your Muslim brother

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