Ramadan Calendar

Ramadan Calendar 2022 Bangladesh: Sehri & Iftar Time

Ramadan Calendar 2022, Hizri 1443 would be started from Saturday, 02 April 2022 in most of the countries of the world. But the Bangladeshi Muslims may start it later a day from Sunday, 03 April 2022 for their geographical position and it would continue until Monday, 02 May 2022 and hopefully Eid ul Fitr would be celebrated after 30 days on 03 May 2022 in Bangladesh.

All About Ramadan

Ramadan is regarded as a favorable month for Muslims. According to the Islamic tradition, Muslims tend to observe fasting during the entire month. It is a sign of commemorating Allah and the prophet Muhammad (SW)’s guidance. Allah Subhanahu Wa Ta’ ala revealed the Holy Islamic Book referred to as the Quran on the night of power (Laylat ul Qadar). It is believed that the prophet Muhammad (SW) received the Quran during the last 10 nights of the month, especially on the 27th night. 

Ramadan word comes from the Arabic root Ramida. Which tells us scorching heat or dryness. Ramadan is also known as Ramadhan or Ramzan. The month is one of the biggest festivals of the Muslim religion. Ramadan is the ninth (9th) month of the Islamic calendar. It is observed by Muslim Religion people worldwide. The month of fasting (Sawm) to commemorate the 1st revelation of the Quran to Muhammad. It is the most important month of the Islamic Calendar for Muslims.

Ramadan Calendar 2022 Bangladesh

But it is known that Ramadan and Eid both are started by rising the moon of the new Arabic (Hizri) month. Hizri year is a lunar year. So the Ramadan and Eid festivals must be depended on moon rises.

Ramadan 2021, Hizri 1442 was started from 14 April 2021 and ended on 13 May 2021 and Eid ul Fitr celebrated on Friday, 14 May 2021.

Generally Lunar month/year in Bangladesh starts one day later than the worldwide or middle east for its geographical position. So most of the countries of the world celebrate Ramadan, Eid or Hizri year a day earlier than us.

1st Roza of Mahe Ramadan:3rd April 2022
Last Roza of Mahe Ramadan2nd May 2022
Eid-Ul-Fitr Day:3rd May 2022
Ramadan Starts in Bangladesh:3rd April 2022

Ramadan Calendar 2022

Collect the Ramadan calendar of Hizri 1443 as a printable PDF or the JPEG version from here from below. Sheri-iftar time of 64 districts of Bangladesh is combined here.

Ramadan Time Table 2022, Hijri 1443 For Dhaka District (GMT +6)

1st 10 Days
RamadanApril/MayDaySehri Time (am)Iftar Time (pm)
103 AprilSunday 04:27 06:19
204Monday 04:26 06:19
305Tuesday 04:25 06:20
406Wednesday 04:24 06:20
507Thursday 04:23 06:21
607Friday 04:22 06:21
709Saturday 04:21 06:22
810Sunday 04:20 06:22
911Monday 04:19 06:22
1012Tuesday 04:18 06:23
2nd 10 Days
1113 Wednesday04:1606:23
1214Thursday04:15 06:23
1315 Friday 04:14 06:24
1416 Saturday04:13 06:24
1517Sunday 04:12 06:24
1618 Monday 04:1106:25
1719Tuesday 04:10 06:25
1820 Wednesday04:0906:26
2022 Friday04:07 06:27
3rd 10 Days
2224 Sunday 04:0506:28
2325 Monday04:0506:28
2426 Tuesday04:0406:29
2527 Wednesday04:0306:29
2729 Friday04:0106:30
2901 MaySunday03:5906:31
3002 Monday03:5806:31

 (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 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 10-11 days in the Gregorian calendar.

Download: Romjaner Calendar 2022


Q1: When will Ramadan start in Bangladesh?

Ans: According to the official news, Ramadan Month will start on 03 April 2022.

Q2: When Does Ramadan End?

Ans: As you guys know that, Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. In 2022, Ramadan will end on 02 May 2022 and it is just one day before Eid-al-Fitr.

Q3: What is Sehri time today in Bangladesh?

Ans: Every country has its own Time Zone. That’s why Today’s Sehri Time is different than Saudi Arabia and other Muslim countries. We have already shared today’s Sehri time through this article.

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