Ramadan is the ninth month, according to the Islamic Calendar. This is the month of restraint. This month, Muslims worldwide celebrate fasting Fasting in Ramadan is the third of five pillars of Islam to fast or fast. Muslims are celebrating Eid al-Fitr on the 1st of Shawwal’s month when the moon of Shawwal is seen at the end of Ramadan.
Here is the schedule of sehari and iftar (Hijri 1440, English, 2019) for different areas of Bangladesh. The table below has been given as an image. Click on the picture to enlarge the chart. (Read this post to get the full-year schedule for prayers).
In the first grade, the dates of Sehri and Iftar are applicable only for Dhaka districts. There are some differences between the districts of Dhaka district in the district of Dhaka district. Schedule of sehari and iftar can be found in some other districts by adding or subtracting sometime with the time of Dhaka. In that case, see the table below for how many minutes to be added or subtracted from the time of Dhaka, for the sehari and iftar districts of other districts.
Iftar Ramadan, the Islamic Foundation in 2019 and Iftar timings can download PDF form from this link.
The whole year’s schedule for prayers-Rozza
Here is a full-time Salat and Prayer schedule for the whole year. The table below has been given as an image. Click on the picture to enlarge the chart. The schedule of sehari and Iftar is applicable only for the districts of Dhaka. There are some differences between the districts of Dhaka district in the district of Dhaka district. The period of time with the addition or subtraction of other schedules can be found in some districts and Iftar Iftar.
First Table: Schedule of sehari and iftar of Dhaka district
Second Table: List of differences between Dhaka and other areas