Bradford Suhoor Time & Iftar Time Today - Ramadan 2024

Tue Feb 27, 2024 (17 Shaban 1445) - Today Bradford Suhoor time is 05:19 AM while Iftar time is 05:44 PM. Ramadan calendar 2024 for Bradford 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 Bradford.

Bradford Suhoor Time & Iftar Time Today

Date Suhoor Iftar
27 Feb, 2024 05:19 am 05:44 pm
Jafria: Sehr 05:10 Am Iftar 05:54 Pm
Note: 1 minute preventative difference in Suhoor (-1 min) & Iftar (+1 min)
Bradford Prayer Time
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Ramadan Calendar 2024 Bradford

1 4:53 AM 6:05 PM 10 Mar 2024
2 4:50 AM 6:07 PM 11 Mar 2024
3 4:48 AM 6:09 PM 12 Mar 2024
4 4:46 AM 6:11 PM 13 Mar 2024
5 4:43 AM 6:12 PM 14 Mar 2024
6 4:41 AM 6:14 PM 15 Mar 2024
7 4:38 AM 6:16 PM 16 Mar 2024
8 4:36 AM 6:18 PM 17 Mar 2024
9 4:33 AM 6:20 PM 18 Mar 2024
10 4:31 AM 6:22 PM 19 Mar 2024
11 4:29 AM 6:24 PM 20 Mar 2024
12 4:27 AM 6:26 PM 21 Mar 2024
13 4:25 AM 6:27 PM 22 Mar 2024
14 4:23 AM 6:29 PM 23 Mar 2024
15 4:21 AM 6:31 PM 24 Mar 2024
16 4:18 AM 6:33 PM 25 Mar 2024
17 5:17 AM 7:35 PM 26 Mar 2024
18 5:14 AM 7:37 PM 27 Mar 2024
19 5:13 AM 7:39 PM 28 Mar 2024
20 5:10 AM 7:40 PM 29 Mar 2024
21 5:08 AM 7:42 PM 30 Mar 2024
22 5:06 AM 7:44 PM 31 Mar 2024
23 5:04 AM 7:46 PM 01 Apr 2024
24 5:01 AM 7:48 PM 02 Apr 2024
25 4:59 AM 7:50 PM 03 Apr 2024
26 4:57 AM 7:52 PM 04 Apr 2024
27 4:54 AM 7:53 PM 05 Apr 2024
28 4:52 AM 7:55 PM 06 Apr 2024
29 4:49 AM 7:57 PM 07 Apr 2024
30 4:47 AM 7:59 PM 08 Apr 2024
31 4:45 AM 8:01 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 Bradford

Bradford is a city in United Kingdom known for its rich cultural heritage and historical significance. During Ramadan, Muslims in Bradford 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 Bradford 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 27 Feb, 2024: Islamic date 17 Shaban 1445, Bradford Ramadan Timings are as follows: Suhoor Time Today is at 05:19 am and Iftar Time Today is at 05:44 pm. According to Fiqa Jafria, Suhoor and Iftar's Timings for today are as follows: Suhoor Time Today is at 05:10 am and Iftar Time Today is at 05:54 pm. This Ramadan Calendar is a reliable source for fasting times today, specifically for Bradford, 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.

An updated version of the Ramadan 2024 Bradford is here to cater to all your fasting needs. Some of the Ramadan activities in Bradford include:

Taraweeh Prayers: Many mosques in Bradford hold Taraweeh prayers every night during Ramadan, which is a special prayer performed only during this month.

Iftar & Sehri time Bradford: Many Muslim families and community organizations in Bradford organize Iftar meals to break the fast. These meals are often open to the public and are a great way to meet new people and make friends. Sehri and Iftar time Bradford is within easy reach to restrain from physical needs in between

Quran Recitation: Many Muslims in Bradford recite the Quran during Ramadan. Some mosques organize Quran recitation competitions to encourage young people to learn and memorize the holy.

Charitable Activities: Many Muslims in Bradford donate to charity during Ramadan. Some organizations organize food drives, clothing drives, and other charitable activities to help those in need.

Volunteering: Many Muslims in Bradford volunteer during Ramadan to help organize events, distribute food, and assist with charitable activities. Volunteering is a great way to give back to the community and gain a sense of fulfilment during the holy month.

The Muslim community in Bradford:

Bradford is a city in West Yorkshire, England, with a significant Muslim community. The Muslim community in Bradford is one of the largest in the UK and has a rich history dating back to the 1950s, when the first Muslim immigrants arrived from South Asia.

The Muslim community in Bradford is diverse and includes people from different ethnic backgrounds, such as Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Indian, Somali, and Yemeni. They have established a range of mosques and Islamic community centers in the city to serve the needs of the community.They welcome everyone to consult for the exact Ramadan 2023 Bradford.These Calendars come along with current Sehri and Iftar time in Bradford.

Several prominent Muslim leaders in Bradford have played key roles in promoting community cohesion and interfaith relations. One example is Riaz Ahmad, who was the first Muslim Lord Mayor of Bradford and has been involved in numerous community organizations and initiatives.

How do Muslims celebrate Ramadan in Bradford?

During Ramadan, Muslims in Bradford also engage in increased spiritual activities, such as reading the Quran, performing extra prayers, and engaging in charitable activities. This helps them to strengthen their faith and deepen their connection with Allah. Muslims in Bradford also enjoy special foods and drinks, such as samosas, dates, and fruit juices. These foods are often served during iftar time Bradford and Yogurt & Wheat at Sehri time Bradford, they help to break the fast and provide energy for the day ahead.Then comes the celebration of Eid-ul-Fitr, a three-day joyous occasion that is celebrated with prayers, food, and gift-giving. Muslims in Bradford often gather with family and friends to mark the end of Ramadan 2024 Bradford to celebrate the start of a new month.There are often large community events held to mark the occasion, including prayers, food, and entertainment.

When is Ramadan in Bradford 2024 expected?

Ramadan in Bradford 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 Bradford

According to 27 Feb, 2024, Suhoor Time Today Bradford is 05:19 am.

Today Iftar Time Bradford

According to 27 Feb, 2024, Iftar Time Today Bradford is 05:44 pm.

Today Fasting Start and End Time

According to 27 Feb, 2024, Fasting time today Bradford starts from 05:19 am and ends at 05:44 pm.

Ramadan 2024 Bradford 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 Bradford - Ramadan 2024

Today, 27 Feb, 2024 (17 Shaban 1445), Bradford Suhoor and Iftar time is based on following sectors:
Sunni, Hanafi & Shafi’i Sect:
Suhoor Time: 05:19 AM
Iftar Time: 05:44 PM
Shia, Jafria Sect:
Suhoor Time: 05:10 AM
Iftar Time: 05:54 PM

Eid Ul Fitr 2024 Bradford

This year Eid ul Fitr will be expected to celebrate in Bradford 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.

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  • Khaula, Bradford