Today Mississauga Sehri & Iftar Time – 30 Days Ramadan Calendar 2024

Sehri time in Mississauga today, on May 25, 2024 (17 Dhul-Qadah 1445), is 04:03 AM and Mississauga Iftar timing today is 8:46 PM for Fiqa e Hanafia; Sehri time today in Mississauga is 03:53 AM and Mississauga Iftar timing is 08:56 PM for Fiqa e Jafria. Ramadan calendar 2024 for Mississauga indicates fasting time for sehri & iftar; Sehri is the pre-dawn meal and Iftar is meal after sunset. Download and view complete 30 Days Ramadan Timetable 2024 for Mississauga.

Date Suhoor Iftar
25 May, 2024 04:03 am 8:46 pm
Jafria: Sehr 03:53 Am Iftar 08:56 Pm
Note: 1 minute preventative difference in Suhoor (-1 min) & Iftar (+1 min)
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Mississauga Suhoor Time & Iftar Time Today

The Ramadan calendar for 2024 in Mississauga is based on today's Sehri time Mississauga and Iftar timings Mississauga, check the schedule for the entire month. Ramadan 2024 begins on March 12, 2024, and ends on April 9, 2024, in Mississauga. Today's Sehri time Mississauga is 04:03 AM, and Iftar time today Mississauga is 8:46 PM, as of May 25, 2024 (17 Dhul-Qadah 1445).

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Ramadan Calendar 2024 Mississauga

1 06:17 AM 7:21 PM 11 Mar 2024
2 06:15 AM 7:22 PM 12 Mar 2024
3 06:14 AM 7:24 PM 13 Mar 2024
4 06:12 AM 7:25 PM 14 Mar 2024
5 06:10 AM 7:26 PM 15 Mar 2024
6 06:08 AM 7:27 PM 16 Mar 2024
7 06:06 AM 7:28 PM 17 Mar 2024
8 06:04 AM 7:30 PM 18 Mar 2024
9 06:03 AM 7:31 PM 19 Mar 2024
10 06:01 AM 7:32 PM 20 Mar 2024
11 05:59 AM 7:33 PM 21 Mar 2024
12 05:57 AM 7:34 PM 22 Mar 2024
13 05:55 AM 7:36 PM 23 Mar 2024
14 05:53 AM 7:37 PM 24 Mar 2024
15 05:51 AM 7:38 PM 25 Mar 2024
16 05:49 AM 7:39 PM 26 Mar 2024
17 05:47 AM 7:40 PM 27 Mar 2024
18 05:45 AM 7:41 PM 28 Mar 2024
19 05:43 AM 7:43 PM 29 Mar 2024
20 05:42 AM 7:44 PM 30 Mar 2024
21 05:40 AM 7:45 PM 31 Mar 2024
22 05:38 AM 7:46 PM 01 Apr 2024
23 05:36 AM 7:47 PM 02 Apr 2024
24 05:34 AM 7:48 PM 03 Apr 2024
25 05:32 AM 7:50 PM 04 Apr 2024
26 05:30 AM 7:51 PM 05 Apr 2024
27 05:28 AM 7:52 PM 06 Apr 2024
28 05:26 AM 7:53 PM 07 Apr 2024
29 05:24 AM 7:54 PM 08 Apr 2024
30 05:22 AM 7:55 PM 09 Apr 2024
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Disclaimer: Please note that there is a 1-minute difference in both sehri and iftar times. Sehri ends 1 minute earlier, while iftar starts with a 1-minute delay. Islamuna endeavors to verify all information and times, including Daylight Saving Time (DST) in some countries, it is recommended to verify the Ramadan start date with your local mosque or masjid.

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Ramadan in Mississauga

Mississauga is a city in Canada known for its rich cultural heritage and historical significance. During Ramadan, Muslims in Mississauga practice fasting abstain from food, drink, and other physical needs during daylight hours, and focus on prayer, charity, and good deeds. This page is your ultimate source for a comprehensive Ramadan 2024 Mississauga Calendar with Suhoor Time Today, Iftar Time Today, and daily updates. Ramadan Timings of 30 days for various cities are also available by country online in this section.

For Today 25 May, 2024: Islamic date 17 Dhul-Qadah 1445, Mississauga Ramadan Timings are as follows: Suhoor Time Today is at 04:03 am and Iftar Time Today is at 8:46 pm. According to Fiqa Jafria, Suhoor and Iftar's Timings for today are as follows: Suhoor Time Today is at 03:53 am and Iftar Time Today is at 08:56 pm. This Ramadan Calendar is a reliable source for fasting times today, specifically for Mississauga, and caters to all Fiqh and sect. Keep yourself informed by regularly visiting our Ramadan Timings page and maximizing the benefits of this blessed month.

Mississauga, being one of the largest cities in Canada, has a diverse cultural landscape and a large Muslim community, making Ramadan a special time of the year. Ramadan 2024 Mississauga is available to meet the criteria of all this activities.Here are some unique activities that are organized in Mississauga

Community Iftars: Many mosques and community organizations in Mississauga host community Iftars, which provide an opportunity for Muslims to break their fast together and share a meal at Iftar Time Mississauga.

Charity Drives: During Ramadan, many organizations in Mississauga come together to run charity drives and distribute food and resources to those in need.

Quran Recitation Competition: A popular activity during Ramadan, especially among the youth, is the Quran recitation competition. Participants compete to recite verses from the Quran beautifully and accurately.

Ramadan Bazaar: Some communities in Mississauga organize Ramadan bazaars, which offer a variety of traditional food and goods to the community, creating a lively and festive atmosphere happen usually after the Iftar time Mississauga ends.

Taraweeh Prayers: Important part of Ramadan time celebrated with excitement and keep alive during Ramadan, many mosques offer extended Taraweeh prayers along with suhoorhostings at Sehri time Mississauga, which are special night prayers performed during Ramadan.

These are just a few examples of the unique activities that take place in Mississauga during Ramadan. The city comes alive with a spirit of community, generosity, and religious devotion during this special time of the year

Ramadan 2024 Mississauga

During Ramadan in Mississauga, the Muslim community eagerly observes sehri and iftar times. Residents rely on accurate schedules like the Ramadan 2024 calendar Mississauga to plan their pre-dawn meals sehri and evening fast-breaking meals (iftar). The sehri time Mississauga allows worshippers to consume a predawn meal before the Fajr prayer, while iftar time Mississauga marks the joyous moment when families gather to break their fast after sunset. The Ramadan 2024 Canada Mississauga schedule specifically tailored for Mississauga ensures that the local Muslim population aligns their practices with the holy month. This meticulous planning and adherence to schedules create a sense of unity and spiritual fulfillment among the community during this sacred time.

How Muslims celebrate Ramadan in Mississauga?

In Mississauga, Muslims celebrate Ramadan with communal Suhoor and Iftar gatherings, nightly Tarawih prayers, and community events organized by mosques. Emphasizing charity, residents engage in local initiatives, such as food bank donations and volunteering. The diverse city also sees cultural celebrations and decorations, fostering unity and spirituality during this sacred month in the Islamic calendar.

When is Ramadan in Mississauga 2024 expected?

Ramadan in Mississauga 2024 is expected to begin on the evening of Sunday, 10th March. The first day of fasting or Roza is then expected to be on Tuesday, 11th March.

Today Suhoor Time Mississauga

According to 25 May, 2024, Suhoor Time Today Mississauga is 04:03 am.

Today Iftar Time Mississauga

According to 25 May, 2024, Iftar Time Today Mississauga is 8:46 pm.

Today Fasting Start and End Time

According to 25 May, 2024, Fasting time today Mississauga starts from 04:03 am and ends at 8:46 pm.

Ramadan 2024 Mississauga Start and End Date

This year Ramadan 2024 will be expected to start on 10 March and Ends on 9 April.

What is Today Sehri time Mississauga Hanafi?

Today Sehri time Mississauga Hanafi is 04:03 AM.

What is Today Iftar time Mississauga Hanafi?

Today Iftar time Mississauga Hanafi is 8:46 PM.

What is Today Sehri time Mississauga Jafria?

Today Sehri time Mississauga Jafria is 03:53 AM.

What is Today Iftar time Mississauga Jafria?

Today Iftar time Mississauga Jafria is 08:56 PM.

Eid Ul Fitr 2024 Mississauga

This year Eid ul Fitr will be expected to celebrate in Mississauga on 9 April 2024.

Eid ul Fitr Holidays

This year Eid ul Fitr celebration will be expected from 9 April 2024 to 11 April 2024.

Comments: Mississauga Ramadan Times

Ramadan 2024 in Mississauga is unforgettable! The community events and information provided are truly enriching and inspiring. Recommended!

  • Raza, Mississauga

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  • Amber, Mississauga

To make the most out of it stuff like a reserved small corner for prayer and a mat are good for a peaceful Ibadah at home. Wreaths hanging during spiritual retreats are realistic to our actual place

  • Bilal, Mississauga

Alhamdulillah, we are miles away to enter the month of Ramadan. Grocery and Intentions are made, Zakat calculation is completed, striving to be punctual in five-time prayers, and finally, a chart is here to plan useful fasting days and nights. Thanks alot

  • Shan, Mississauga