Ramadan in Munich
Munich is a city in Germany known for its rich cultural heritage and historical significance. During Ramadan, Muslims in Munich 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 2023 Munich Calendar with Sehri 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 30 Sep, 2023: Islamic date 15 Rabi ul Awal 1445, Munich Ramadan Timings are as follows: Sehri Time Today is at 05:24 am and Iftar Time Today is at 6:59 pm. According to Fiqa Jafria, Sehri and Iftar's Timings for today are as follows: Sehri Time Today is at 05:14 am and Iftar Time Today is at 07:09 pm. This Ramadan Calendar is a reliable source for fasting times today, specifically for Munich, 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.
Today Sehri Time Munich
According to 30 Sep, 2023, Sehri Time Today Munich is 05:24 am.
Today Iftar Time Munich
According to 30 Sep, 2023, Iftar Time Today Munich is 6:59 pm.
Today Fasting Start and End Time
According to 30 Sep, 2023, Fasting time today Munich starts from 05:24 am and ends at 6:59 pm.
Ramadan 2023 Munich Start and End Date
This year Ramadan 2023 will be expected to start on 23 March and Ends on 20 April.
Eid Ul Fitr 2023 Munich
This year Eid ul Fitr will be expected to celebrate in Munich on Friday 21 April 2023.
Eid ul Fitr Holidays
This year Eid ul Fitr celebration will be expected from Friday, 21 April 2023 to Sunday, 23 April 2023.
Islamic centers and Mosques play an important role in the life of a Muslim. The mosque becomes a hub for all the religious practices to be performed. It is also a symbolic place for Muslims to gather and perform all their religious activities. The sole purpose of the mosque is to combine Muslims under one roof and make them offer prayers.
These Islamic community centers include the Islamic Centre of Munich, Mosque Al-Salam Munich Mosque Taufik Munich, Mosque Al-Rahma Munich, Mosque Soulhou Munich Masjid Al-Ummah, and many others. These centers have been a symbol of hope for many Muslims in spreading Muslim companionship.