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

Sehri time in Montreal today, on Jun 20, 2024 (13 Dhul-Hijjah 1445), is 03:05 AM and Montreal Iftar timing today is 8:47 PM for Fiqa e Hanafia; Sehri time today in Montreal is 02:55 AM and Montreal Iftar timing is 08:57 PM for Fiqa e Jafria. Ramadan calendar 2024 for Montreal 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 Montreal.

Date Suhoor Iftar
20 Jun, 2024 03:05 am 8:47 pm
Jafria: Sehr 02:55 Am Iftar 08:57 Pm
Note: 1 minute preventative difference in Suhoor (-1 min) & Iftar (+1 min)
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Montreal Suhoor Time & Iftar Time Today

The Ramadan calendar for 2024 in Montreal is based on today's Sehri time Montreal and Iftar timings Montreal, check the schedule for the entire month. Ramadan 2024 begins on March 12, 2024, and ends on April 9, 2024, in Montreal. Today's Sehri time Montreal is 03:05 AM, and Iftar time today Montreal is 8:47 PM, as of June 20, 2024 (13 Dhul-Hijjah 1445).

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Ramadan Calendar 2024 Montreal

Day SEHRI IFTAR DATE
1 05:51 AM 6:57 PM 11 Mar 2024
2 05:49 AM 6:58 PM 12 Mar 2024
3 05:47 AM 6:59 PM 13 Mar 2024
4 05:45 AM 7:01 PM 14 Mar 2024
5 05:44 AM 7:02 PM 15 Mar 2024
6 05:42 AM 7:03 PM 16 Mar 2024
7 05:40 AM 7:05 PM 17 Mar 2024
8 05:38 AM 7:06 PM 18 Mar 2024
9 05:36 AM 7:07 PM 19 Mar 2024
10 05:34 AM 7:09 PM 20 Mar 2024
11 05:31 AM 7:10 PM 21 Mar 2024
12 05:29 AM 7:11 PM 22 Mar 2024
13 05:27 AM 7:13 PM 23 Mar 2024
14 05:25 AM 7:14 PM 24 Mar 2024
15 05:23 AM 7:15 PM 25 Mar 2024
16 05:21 AM 7:16 PM 26 Mar 2024
17 05:19 AM 7:18 PM 27 Mar 2024
18 05:17 AM 7:19 PM 28 Mar 2024
19 05:15 AM 7:20 PM 29 Mar 2024
20 05:13 AM 7:22 PM 30 Mar 2024
21 05:11 AM 7:23 PM 31 Mar 2024
22 05:09 AM 7:24 PM 01 Apr 2024
23 05:06 AM 7:26 PM 02 Apr 2024
24 05:04 AM 7:27 PM 03 Apr 2024
25 05:02 AM 7:28 PM 04 Apr 2024
26 05:00 AM 7:29 PM 05 Apr 2024
27 04:58 AM 7:31 PM 06 Apr 2024
28 04:56 AM 7:32 PM 07 Apr 2024
29 04:54 AM 7:33 PM 08 Apr 2024
30 04:51 AM 7:35 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 Montreal

Montreal is a city in Canada known for its rich cultural heritage and historical significance. During Ramadan, Muslims in Montreal 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 Montreal 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 20 Jun, 2024: Islamic date 13 Dhul-Hijjah 1445, Montreal Ramadan Timings are as follows: Suhoor Time Today is at 03:05 am and Iftar Time Today is at 8:47 pm. According to Fiqa Jafria, Suhoor and Iftar's Timings for today are as follows: Suhoor Time Today is at 02:55 am and Iftar Time Today is at 08:57 pm. This Ramadan Calendar is a reliable source for fasting times today, specifically for Montreal, 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.

Ramadan 2024 Montreal

During Ramadan 2024 Montreal, the vibrant Muslim community eagerly observes the holy month with spiritual fervor. The Ramadan calendar 2024 Montreal becomes a guiding beacon, marking the dawn of Sehri time and the sunset ushering in Iftar time. The city, adorned with colorful lights and festive decorations, resonates with the spirit of Ramadan. Residents eagerly anticipate the Iftar time Montreal, where they partake in delicious meals to replenish their energy after a day of fasting. The Sehri time Montreal serves as a quiet, reflective moment before the day begins anew, creating a unique blend of spiritual contemplation and communal celebration.

Ramadan is a holy month in the Islamic calendar Montreal, during which Muslims observe fast from dawn to dusk. There are several events and activities held to celebrate this special time of year. Here are some of the traditional activities that could take place in the Ramadan Calendar 2024 Montreal:

1. Tarawih prayers: Many mosques in Montreal hold special nightly prayers known as Tarawih during Ramadan. These prayers are held after the Isha'a prayer and are a way for Muslims to come together and reflect on their faith. Witr is performed by a congregation during Ramadan.

2. Iftar dinners: At sunset, families and communities gather to break their fast with an Iftar dinner. This is typically a communal meal that includes dates, dumplings, and a variety of savory dishes. Many mosques also offer Iftari time Montreal for communal Iftar dinners for the residents during Ramadan. Ajwa Dates got recognition all over the world and it’s a sunnah of the Holy prophet to break the fast from it. Inversely another session of meal called sehri is taken at Sehri time Montreal.

3.Quran recitation and study: Ramadan is a time for spiritual reflection and renewal, and many Muslims in Montreal spend extra time reading and studying the Quran. There are often special classes and events held in mosques to facilitate this.

4. Charity work: Ramadan time Montreal is a time of increased charity and generosity, and many organizations hold food drives and other events to support those in need during this time.

These are just a few examples of Muslim activities that take place observing Ramadan Calendar 2024 Montreal. The exact events and activities may vary from year to year and from individual to individual, but they all serve to bring people together in a spirit of reflection and renewal. It is advised to consult local authorities for Authentic Sehri and Iftar time Montreal.

Montreal’s famous mosque activities during Ramadan:

Mosques in Montreal, such as the Al-Rawdah Mosque and the Assuna Annabawiyah Mosque, are busy with religious activities at the time of Ramadan for both the fiqh. Some of the most common activities from Sehri to Iftar time Montreals include:

Tarawih prayers: These are special prayers held after Isha (evening) prayers, and are performed during the month of Ramadan. Completion of Quran and Dua in Tarawih last long till Sehri time Montreal

Iftar: Iftar is a meal eaten by Muslims to break their fast after sunset during Ramadan. Many mosques in Montreal host group Iftars, where people gather to break theirfast together and enjoy a meal.

Qur'an recitation and study: During Montreal Ramadan Timings, many Muslims take the opportunity to increase their study and reflection on the Qur'an. Mosques often host classes and recitation sessions to help facilitate this.

Dawah events: Mosques in Montreal also host dawah events during Ramadan, where individuals can come and learn about Islam and its teachings.

Ramadan is a time of increased devotion and religious activity for Muslims, Ramadan Calendars 2024 Montreal plays an important role in facilitating millions of Muslims and fostering a sense of spiritual connection during this time.

How Muslims celebrate Ramadan in Montreal?

In the vibrant city of Montreal, Muslims usher in Ramadan with a harmonious blend of religious reverence, community engagement, and cultural vibrancy. The month-long observance entails daily fasting from dawn to sunset, commencing with the pre-dawn Suhoor meal and culminating in the joyous evening Iftar shared amidst family and friends. Mosques in Montreal play a pivotal role, orchestrating special Tarawih prayers that provide a communal haven for nightly worship.

Integral to the Montreal Ramadan experience are acts of charity, community service, and culturally rich events, all contributing to the tapestry of unity within the diverse Muslim community. This celebration resonates with spirituality, benevolence, and the rich tapestry of cultural traditions, making Ramadan a profoundly significant and festive occasion for Muslims in Montreal.

When is Ramadan in Montreal 2024 expected?

Ramadan in Montreal 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 Montreal

According to 20 Jun, 2024, Suhoor Time Today Montreal is 03:05 am.

Today Iftar Time Montreal

According to 20 Jun, 2024, Iftar Time Today Montreal is 8:47 pm.

Today Fasting Start and End Time

According to 20 Jun, 2024, Fasting time today Montreal starts from 03:05 am and ends at 8:47 pm.

Ramadan 2024 Montreal 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 Montreal Hanafi?

Today Sehri time Montreal Hanafi is 03:05 AM.

What is Today Iftar time Montreal Hanafi?

Today Iftar time Montreal Hanafi is 8:47 PM.

What is Today Sehri time Montreal Jafria?

Today Sehri time Montreal Jafria is 02:55 AM.

What is Today Iftar time Montreal Jafria?

Today Iftar time Montreal Jafria is 08:57 PM.

Eid Ul Fitr 2024 Montreal

This year Eid ul Fitr will be expected to celebrate in Montreal 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: Montreal Ramadan Times

Superb insights on Ramadan Montreal 2024! In-depth information, user-friendly schedules, and prompt updates. A trustworthy guide for a fulfilling Ramadan experience!

  • Obaid, Montreal

So happy that the majority of the entire Muslim Ummah is observing fast today. Last night my Paternal uncle from Pakistan told me about their date of fasting. This happens very rarely in my life

  • Hamna, Montreal

Try to be sincere and make flexible adjustments with time. Show compassion and humility while presenting yourself to Allah. Make new & spiritual intentions. This is how we can owe back to Allah (SWT)

  • Haroon, Montreal

Two rakah (Sunnah) of Fajr are better than the world and whatever it contains. So be on time to perform calmly by fixing the alarm from here. Iftar is in the group so usually it does not matter to me but Sehri time get neglected many times before this

  • Kinza, Montreal