When is Ramadan 2018?
It seems that the Ramadan 2018 may start on May 17th, 2018 and that is almost seven weeks away from today and it means that the first day of the cherishing Eid-ul-Fitr that happens at the end of the Holy Month for the Muslims across the globe is likely to be anticipated on Friday, June 15th, 2018. The prediction can vary for a day or two but it is almost certain to happen on these days.
The period of fasting is expected to last for roughly fourteen hours that may start from the beginning of the Holy month and by the end of the Ramadan, the time span for fasting will be exceeding to reach fifteen straight hours, a hectic warm sunny Roza’s ahead. The official dates by the moon-sighting committee of Pakistan has not confirmed the dates and time yet, but they are expected to announce it very soon.
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Normally, working hours for majority of Muslim countries are reduced during the month of Ramadan and the office timings are changed as well. Last year, the month of Ramadan started a bit late. The month of sacrifice and pure holiness is the ninth month on the Islamic calendar and certainly, it is a time when Islam teaches Muslims to abstain or avoid strictly from drinking, eating or smoking during the time between Sunrise and Sunset, precisely from Fajar to Maghrib Prayers.
Ramadan is one of the Pillar of Islam
Ramazan marks the exact timing when the Holy book of Muslims named as Quran was firstly revealed to our beloved Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). Moreover, tarawihs are conducted at every mosque throughout the month and each evening during the prayer of Isha’a, 1/30th of the Quran is recited during prayers of Tarawih. And at the end of the month, the holy book is being completely recited.
Fasting is considered as one of the primary five pillars of our religion, which forms our religion to the faith of Muslim believing’s. These pillars of Islam are the foundation for Muslims across the world and Ramadan is believed to be the holiest and sacred time in the Islamic calendar. It is a time for praying to Allah with complete devotion and faith, to wipe away the past sinful life and start to focus with a firm new belief on Allah’s forgiveness by doing various good deeds as Sunnah of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH).
Ramadan Recipes for Sehri and Iftar
Muslims are bound to eat and drink during the time of Sehri and Iftaar. Well, you can make Ramadan 2018 more joyous and delightful by cooking various delectable, mouthwatering, scrumptious, nutritious and on top of that healthy Ramadan recipes that are offered by the largest Digital Food Network of Pakistan known to be “SooperChef” as it has got the ultimate delight and a wide range of Ramadan recipes that you can select for every single Roza and make Ramadan 2018 a special one for your family, beloved ones and guests. You can make the best of delectable dishes within the comfort of your very own kitchen and be a proud chef as the platform is made available both in English & Urdu language for your comfort. It makes cooking so easy to be done that you can easily master your skills and get admired by your family for cooking them a new dish every single day for both Sehar and Iftar.
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We wish you the very best for cooking during Ramadan 2018. Have a joyous and holy fasting ahead.