Toronto Ramadan Time 2024 – Suhoor & Iftar Timing

Fri Feb 23, 2024 (12 Shaban 1445) - Today Toronto Suhoor time is 05:47 AM while Iftar time is 5:58 PM. Ramadan calendar 2024 for Toronto indicates fasting time for sehri & iftar; Suhoor is the pre-dawn meal and Iftar is meal after sunset. Download and view complete 30 Days Ramadan Timetable 2024 for Toronto.

Toronto Suhoor Time & Iftar Time Today

Date Suhoor Iftar
23 Feb, 2024 05:47 am 5:58 pm
Jafria: Sehr 05:37 Am Iftar 06:08 Pm
Note: 1 minute preventative difference in Suhoor (-1 min) & Iftar (+1 min)
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Ramadan 2024 Toronto Calendar

Day SEHRI IFTAR DATE
1 06:17 AM 7:21 PM 11 Mar 2024
2 06:15 AM 7:22 PM 12 Mar 2024
3 06:13 AM 7:23 PM 13 Mar 2024
4 06:11 AM 7:25 PM 14 Mar 2024
5 06:09 AM 7:26 PM 15 Mar 2024
6 06:07 AM 7:27 PM 16 Mar 2024
7 06:06 AM 7:28 PM 17 Mar 2024
8 06:04 AM 7:29 PM 18 Mar 2024
9 06:02 AM 7:31 PM 19 Mar 2024
10 06:00 AM 7:32 PM 20 Mar 2024
11 05:58 AM 7:33 PM 21 Mar 2024
12 05:56 AM 7:34 PM 22 Mar 2024
13 05:54 AM 7:36 PM 23 Mar 2024
14 05:52 AM 7:37 PM 24 Mar 2024
15 05:50 AM 7:38 PM 25 Mar 2024
16 05:48 AM 7:39 PM 26 Mar 2024
17 05:46 AM 7:40 PM 27 Mar 2024
18 05:44 AM 7:42 PM 28 Mar 2024
19 05:42 AM 7:43 PM 29 Mar 2024
20 05:40 AM 7:44 PM 30 Mar 2024
21 05:38 AM 7:45 PM 31 Mar 2024
22 05:36 AM 7:46 PM 01 Apr 2024
23 05:34 AM 7:48 PM 02 Apr 2024
24 05:32 AM 7:49 PM 03 Apr 2024
25 05:30 AM 7:50 PM 04 Apr 2024
26 05:28 AM 7:51 PM 05 Apr 2024
27 05:26 AM 7:52 PM 06 Apr 2024
28 05:24 AM 7:53 PM 07 Apr 2024
29 05:22 AM 7:55 PM 08 Apr 2024
30 05:20 AM 7:56 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 Toronto

Toronto is a city in Canada known for its rich cultural heritage and historical significance. During Ramadan, Muslims in Toronto 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 Toronto 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 23 Feb, 2024: Islamic date 12 Shaban 1445, Toronto Ramadan Timings are as follows: Suhoor Time Today is at 05:47 am and Iftar Time Today is at 5:58 pm. According to Fiqa Jafria, Suhoor and Iftar's Timings for today are as follows: Suhoor Time Today is at 05:37 am and Iftar Time Today is at 06:08 pm. This Ramadan Calendar is a reliable source for fasting times today, specifically for Toronto, 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 In Toronto 2024

During Ramadan in Toronto, the Muslim community gathers to observe the holy month with spiritual fervor. Iftar time Toronto, marking the evening meal to break the fast, becomes a moment of communal joy and reflection. Families and friends come together to share traditional dishes, fostering a sense of unity. Sehri time Toronto, the pre-dawn meal, is a serene period when individuals partake in a nutritious meal before beginning their daily fast. The anticipation of iftar and the peaceful sehri moments contribute to the rich tapestry of Ramadan in Toronto 2024. Looking ahead, Ramadan 2024 Toronto promises a continuation of these cherished traditions, with the community eagerly awaiting the call to prayer and the shared moments of worship and celebration.

What is the daily Ramadan routine in Toronto?

Comprising of all the rituals Ramadan has a very Discipline routine based on Ramadan 2024 Toronto. Typically it includes the following:

1. Suhur: This is the pre-dawn meal taken at Sehri time Toronto before the start of the fast. It is usually a light meal consisting of foods that provide energy and sustenance throughout the day.

2. Fasting: During the day, Muslims holds holdthirst, hunger, and other physical needs from Dawn to Dusk.

3. Prayer: Five daily prayers in Islam are emphasized and attentively performed without skipping any of them

4. Iftar: This is the meal taken to break the fast at sunset. It usually consists of dates and water followed by a larger meal with family and friends.

5. Tarawih prayers: These are special prayers that are performed after Iftar during Ramadan. They are held at the mosque or in homes.

6. Late-night prayers: Some Muslims choose to perform late-night prayers, known as Tahajjud, during Ramadan and last long till Sehri Time Toronto.

These practices may vary slightly from person to person, but highly observed are the general outline of the daily routine during Ramadan in Toronto.

How Muslims celebrate Ramadan in Toronto?

In Toronto, Muslims celebrate Ramadan by observing daily fasting, sharing pre-dawn and evening meals with loved ones, and participating in special nightly prayers at mosques. The month is marked by acts of charity, community events, and cultural activities, reflecting a diverse and vibrant Muslim population. The emphasis on unity, spirituality, and giving back to the community characterizes how Muslims in Toronto observe and celebrate Ramadan.

When is Ramadan in Toronto 2024 expected?

Ramadan in Toronto 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 Toronto

According to 23 Feb, 2024, Suhoor Time Today Toronto is 05:47 am.

Today Iftar Time Toronto

According to 23 Feb, 2024, Iftar Time Today Toronto is 5:58 pm.

Today Fasting Start and End Time

According to 23 Feb, 2024, Fasting time today Toronto starts from 05:47 am and ends at 5:58 pm.

Ramadan 2024 Toronto Start and End Date

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

Suhoor and Iftar Time for Toronto - Ramadan 2024

Today, 23 Feb, 2024 (12 Shaban 1445), Toronto Suhoor and Iftar time is based on following sectors:
Sunni, Hanafi & Shafi’i Sect:
Suhoor Time: 05:47 AM
Iftar Time: 5:58 PM
Shia, Jafria Sect:
Suhoor Time: 05:37 AM
Iftar Time: 06:08 PM

Eid Ul Fitr 2024 Toronto

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

An excellent resource for Ramadan events in Toronto 2024! Accurate and timely information is greatly appreciated and a must-have guide for locals.

  • Areeba, Toronto

The Most profitable last 10 days are coming for which I need the time to make enough sleep in the morning and will remain awake from Iftar till the end of Sehri and reciprocal for the rest of the days. Site is my Ramadan friend

  • Salama, Toronto

Alhamdulillah! I am fasting today and trying to pack up all of my today's nonreligious tasks an hour before Iftar time and get into a spiritual mode. I will stick to it for the next 30 days

  • Kalam, Toronto

From the quoted time we can do a High level of worshipping. First must practice self-compassion and soften your heart before you can proceed in your track.

  • Al Hamd, Toronto

Sujood meets you with peace and freshens the heart❤ I love it when I do so and the best happens in Fajr time I see all time from here. I just got to know about coming Ramadan Specialized timing came out as well

  • Sauleha, Toronto

Fasting is a self-reatraint and avoiding of arguments by saying you are with fast. Make a curriculum of your daily activities with these Ramadan Calendar

  • Huzaifa, Toronto

The purpose of Fasting is to create pious in us. It teaches us anger management and building a good behviour. Its a zakat of our body.Ramadan involves bunch of rituals performed on assigned timings. Thanks a million to Allah Azawajal for making me a muslim

  • Haneef, Toronto

In Ramadan, some activities are forbidden in the month of Ramadan. Apart from fasting, Muslims in great numbers hold charitable work activities. These are known as zakat or sadaqah. Also, Taraweeh is held in the month of the Quran.

  • Tariq, Toronto