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Houston Ramadan Timings 2022 – Today’s Sehri & Iftar time

Houston Ramadan Calendar 2022 – Today Sehri & Iftar Timing Houston: Muslims worldwide are preparing to celebrate the holy Ramadan, which is a time of tremendous spiritual contemplation and fasting that occurs each year. The event starts with viewing a new moon, which occurs one night following the new moon.

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Today Sehri & Iftar Times In Houston – United States

S.No SEHRI IFTAR DATE
1 06:02 AM 7:42 PM 02 Apr 2022
2 06:01 AM 7:42 PM 03 Apr 2022
3 06:00 AM 7:43 PM 04 Apr 2022
4 05:58 AM 7:44 PM 05 Apr 2022
5 05:57 AM 7:44 PM 06 Apr 2022
6 05:56 AM 7:45 PM 07 Apr 2022
7 05:55 AM 7:45 PM 08 Apr 2022
8 05:53 AM 7:46 PM 09 Apr 2022
9 05:52 AM 7:47 PM 10 Apr 2022
10 05:51 AM 7:47 PM 11 Apr 2022
11 05:49 AM 7:48 PM 12 Apr 2022
12 05:48 AM 7:48 PM 13 Apr 2022
13 05:47 AM 7:49 PM 14 Apr 2022
14 05:46 AM 7:50 PM 15 Apr 2022
15 05:44 AM 7:50 PM 16 Apr 2022
16 05:43 AM 7:51 PM 17 Apr 2022
17 05:42 AM 7:51 PM 18 Apr 2022
18 05:41 AM 7:52 PM 19 Apr 2022
19 05:40 AM 7:53 PM 20 Apr 2022
20 05:38 AM 7:53 PM 21 Apr 2022
21 05:37 AM 7:54 PM 22 Apr 2022
22 05:36 AM 7:55 PM 23 Apr 2022
23 05:35 AM 7:55 PM 24 Apr 2022
24 05:34 AM 7:56 PM 25 Apr 2022
25 05:33 AM 7:56 PM 26 Apr 2022
26 05:31 AM 7:57 PM 27 Apr 2022
27 05:30 AM 7:58 PM 28 Apr 2022
28 05:29 AM 7:58 PM 29 Apr 2022
29 05:28 AM 7:59 PM 30 Apr 2022
30 05:27 AM 8:00 PM 01 May 2022

Ramadan Timings 2022 Houston

The Ramadan calendar and timetable for Houston have been approved for 2022. The sehri and iftar schedules must be carefully adhered to throughout the month, so each city’s Ramadan calendar differs significantly.

Looking at all these tables will prevent you from getting any uncertainty about the Ramadan 2022 calendar, so this page will be the go-to location for confirming the Ramadan calendar. The Ramadan schedule for Houston for 2022 is shown above. Along with it all, you could get sehri and iftar schedules for each day based on your location.

Today Sehri & Iftar Times Houston

Muslims worldwide fast from dawn to dusk; therefore, the times vary significantly from day to day; the number of hours depends on the year. As the month progresses and we move closer to summer, the fasting time will eventually grow this year.

Ramadan is the most beneficial month for Muslims worldwide, as per the Islamic calendar. It is the 9th month of the Islamic calendar and arrives at the end of the Shaban.

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The appearance of the new moon determines the fasting period, and it consists of fasting, prayer, introspection, charitable giving, and social actions. People all around the world observe the Roza fast. The holiday lasts 29-30 days and concludes with Eid-ul-Fitr.

Ramadan is an Arabic term ‘ar-ramad,’ which implies sweltering heat. It is said that the teachings of the Quran were given to Muhammad at about this time by the angel Gabriel. The fast is the highest priority for an individual’s spiritual cleansing.

Rabail Khalid

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