Ramadan Calendar 2017 of Dhaka, Bangladesh is available now. You can see or download Ramadan ul Mubarak (Ramzan/ramadan) calendar 2017 to know iftar and sehri timetable of Dhaka, Bangladesh.

 

 

Ramadan 2017, Hizri 1438 is going to start from Sunday, 28 May 2017 and it would continue until Monday, 26 June 2017 and hopefully Eid ul Fitr will be celebrate after 30 days on 27 June 2017. But it is known that the ramadan and eid both are started by rising the moon of new arabic (Hizri) month.

 

 

Collect the ramadan calender of Hizri 1438 as printable PDF of JPEG version from here of from below

Ramadan Sehri and Iftar Time Table 2017 Dhaka, Bangladesh 

Ramadan Calendar 2017 Hijri 1438

Ramadan Time-Table 2017, Hijri 1438 For Dhaka District (GMT +6)

1st 10 days

Ramadan

May/June

Day

Sehri (HRS)

Iftar (HRS)

01

28 May

Sunday

03:40

06:44

02

29

Monday

03:40

06:44

03

30

Tuesday

03:40

06:45

04

31

Wednesday

03:39

06:45

05

01 June

Thursday

03:39

06:46

06

02

Friday

03:39

06:46

07

03

Saturday

03:39

06:47

08

04

Sunday

03:39

06:47

09

05

Monday

03:39

06:47

10

06

Tuesday

03:38

06:47

2nd 10 Days

11

07

Wednesday

03:38

06:48

12

08

Thursday

03:38

06:48

13

09

Friday

03:38

06:49

14

10

Saturday

03:38

06:49

15

11

Sunday

03:38

06:49

16

12

Monday

03:38

06:50

17

13

Tuesday 03:38 06:50
18 14

Wednesday

03:39

06:50

19

15

Thursday

03:39

06:51

20

16

Friday

03:39

06:51

3rd 10 Days

21

17

Saturday

03:39

06:51

22

18

Sunday

03:39

06:51

23

19

Monday

03:39

06:52

24

20

Tuesday

03:39

06:52

25

21

Wednesday

03:39

06:52

26

22

Thursday

03:40

06:52

27

23

Friday

03:40

06:53

28

24

Saturday

03:40

06:53

29

25

Sunday

03:40

06:53

30

26

Monday

03:41

06:53

 (Source: Islamic Foundation Bangladesh)

The Gregorian calendar is a solar calendar and the Islamic calendar is a lunar calendar, Ramadan is always on the same day of the Islamic calendar, however, the date on the Gregorian calendar is varies from year to year, also the day of Ramadan may vary from country to country depending on whether the moon has been sighted or not. In every year, Ramadan moves approximately 11 days in the Gregorian calendar.

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