Ramadan 2019 UAE Time Table/Calendar: Fasting, Prayer Time (Sehri Iftari Timing)

Are you looking for an accurate Sehr o Iftar timing for Ramadan 2019? So here is Dubai Ramadan UAE calendar/timetable 2019. Do you want to start and breakfast with the accurate timings of the country you live within? You have surely stumbled upon the right website because do not worry about the timings whether you belong from Fiqa Jafria or Fiqa Hanafi, the section in calendar provides precise timings during the Holy Muslim Month of Ramadan (Ramzan).
UAE Ramadan Calendar Timetable 2019
We have mentioned the complete calendar to determine the timings correctly till the end of Ramadan. Using our guide individuals can easily plan their Iftari 2019 or Sehri with friends and family. People working in private or public sectors will get a chance to take leave or vacations during the holidays after Ramadan. Here is the complete Sehri Iftari Ramadan timing in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Ajman, Sharjah and Al Ain cities of UAE (United Arab Emirates).

Dubai UAE Ramadan Calendar 2019 WITH Fasting Timing & Prayer Time

DateFajr (Sehri time)SunriseZhuhrAsrSunsetMaghrib (Iftari/Fasting Time)IshaImsakMidnight
01 Ramaḍān, 1440 (06 May, 2019)04:37 (+04)05:45 (+04)12:19 (+04)15:45 (+04)18:54 (+04)18:54 (+04)20:01 (+04)04:27 (+04)00:19 (+04)
02 Ramaḍān, 1440 (07 May, 2019)04:36 (+04)05:44 (+04)12:19 (+04)15:45 (+04)18:55 (+04)18:55 (+04)20:02 (+04)04:26 (+04)00:19 (+04)
03 Ramaḍān, 1440 (08 May, 2019)04:36 (+04)05:43 (+04)12:19 (+04)15:45 (+04)18:55 (+04)18:55 (+04)20:03 (+04)04:26 (+04)00:19 (+04)
04 Ramaḍān, 1440 (09 May, 2019)04:35 (+04)05:43 (+04)12:19 (+04)15:45 (+04)18:56 (+04)18:56 (+04)20:03 (+04)04:25 (+04)00:19 (+04)
05 Ramaḍān, 1440 (10 May, 2019)04:34 (+04)05:42 (+04)12:19 (+04)15:44 (+04)18:56 (+04)18:56 (+04)20:04 (+04)04:24 (+04)00:19 (+04)
06 Ramaḍān, 1440 (11 May, 2019)04:33 (+04)05:41 (+04)12:19 (+04)15:44 (+04)18:57 (+04)18:57 (+04)20:05 (+04)04:23 (+04)00:19 (+04)
07 Ramaḍān, 1440 (12 May, 2019)04:33 (+04)05:41 (+04)12:19 (+04)15:44 (+04)18:57 (+04)18:57 (+04)20:05 (+04)04:23 (+04)00:19 (+04)
08 Ramaḍān, 1440 (13 May, 2019)04:32 (+04)05:40 (+04)12:19 (+04)15:44 (+04)18:58 (+04)18:58 (+04)20:06 (+04)04:22 (+04)00:19 (+04)
09 Ramaḍān, 1440 (14 May, 2019)04:31 (+04)05:40 (+04)12:19 (+04)15:44 (+04)18:58 (+04)18:58 (+04)20:07 (+04)04:21 (+04)00:19 (+04)
10 Ramaḍān, 1440 (15 May, 2019)04:31 (+04)05:39 (+04)12:19 (+04)15:43 (+04)18:59 (+04)18:59 (+04)20:07 (+04)04:21 (+04)00:19 (+04)
11 Ramaḍān, 1440 (16 May, 2019)04:30 (+04)05:39 (+04)12:19 (+04)15:43 (+04)18:59 (+04)18:59 (+04)20:08 (+04)04:20 (+04)00:19 (+04)
12 Ramaḍān, 1440 (17 May, 2019)04:29 (+04)05:38 (+04)12:19 (+04)15:43 (+04)19:00 (+04)19:00 (+04)20:09 (+04)04:19 (+04)00:19 (+04)
13 Ramaḍān, 1440 (18 May, 2019)04:29 (+04)05:38 (+04)12:19 (+04)15:43 (+04)19:00 (+04)19:00 (+04)20:09 (+04)04:19 (+04)00:19 (+04)
14 Ramaḍān, 1440 (19 May, 2019)04:28 (+04)05:38 (+04)12:19 (+04)15:43 (+04)19:01 (+04)19:01 (+04)20:10 (+04)04:18 (+04)00:19 (+04)
15 Ramaḍān, 1440 (20 May, 2019)04:28 (+04)05:37 (+04)12:19 (+04)15:43 (+04)19:01 (+04)19:01 (+04)20:11 (+04)04:18 (+04)00:19 (+04)
16 Ramaḍān, 1440 (21 May, 2019)04:27 (+04)05:37 (+04)12:19 (+04)15:43 (+04)19:02 (+04)19:02 (+04)20:11 (+04)04:17 (+04)00:19 (+04)
17 Ramaḍān, 1440 (22 May, 2019)04:27 (+04)05:36 (+04)12:19 (+04)15:42 (+04)19:02 (+04)19:02 (+04)20:12 (+04)04:17 (+04)00:19 (+04)
18 Ramaḍān, 1440 (23 May, 2019)04:26 (+04)05:36 (+04)12:19 (+04)15:42 (+04)19:03 (+04)19:03 (+04)20:13 (+04)04:16 (+04)00:19 (+04)
19 Ramaḍān, 1440 (24 May, 2019)04:26 (+04)05:36 (+04)12:19 (+04)15:42 (+04)19:03 (+04)19:03 (+04)20:13 (+04)04:16 (+04)00:19 (+04)
20 Ramaḍān, 1440 (25 May, 2019)04:25 (+04)05:35 (+04)12:19 (+04)15:42 (+04)19:04 (+04)19:04 (+04)20:14 (+04)04:15 (+04)00:19 (+04)
21 Ramaḍān, 1440 (26 May, 2019)04:25 (+04)05:35 (+04)12:19 (+04)15:42 (+04)19:04 (+04)19:04 (+04)20:14 (+04)04:15 (+04)00:20 (+04)
22 Ramaḍān, 1440 (27 May, 2019)04:24 (+04)05:35 (+04)12:20 (+04)15:42 (+04)19:05 (+04)19:05 (+04)20:15 (+04)04:14 (+04)00:20 (+04)
23 Ramaḍān, 1440 (28 May, 2019)04:24 (+04)05:35 (+04)12:20 (+04)15:42 (+04)19:05 (+04)19:05 (+04)20:16 (+04)04:14 (+04)00:20 (+04)
24 Ramaḍān, 1440 (29 May, 2019)04:24 (+04)05:34 (+04)12:20 (+04)15:42 (+04)19:05 (+04)19:05 (+04)20:16 (+04)04:14 (+04)00:20 (+04)
25 Ramaḍān, 1440 (30 May, 2019)04:23 (+04)05:34 (+04)12:20 (+04)15:42 (+04)19:06 (+04)19:06 (+04)20:17 (+04)04:13 (+04)00:20 (+04)
26 Ramaḍān, 1440 (31 May, 2019)04:23 (+04)05:34 (+04)12:20 (+04)15:42 (+04)19:06 (+04)19:06 (+04)20:17 (+04)04:13 (+04)00:20 (+04)
27 Ramaḍān, 1440 (01 June, 2019)04:23 (+04)05:34 (+04)12:20 (+04)15:42 (+04)19:07 (+04)19:07 (+04)20:18 (+04)04:13 (+04)00:20 (+04)
28 Ramaḍān, 1440 (02 June, 2019)04:23 (+04)05:34 (+04)12:20 (+04)15:42 (+04)19:07 (+04)19:07 (+04)20:19 (+04)04:13 (+04)00:20 (+04)
29 Ramaḍān, 1440 (03 June, 2019)04:22 (+04)05:34 (+04)12:21 (+04)15:42 (+04)19:08 (+04)19:08 (+04)20:19 (+04)04:12 (+04)00:21 (+04)
30 Ramaḍān, 1440 (04 June, 2019)04:22 (+04)05:34 (+04)12:21 (+04)15:42 (+04)19:08 (+04)19:08 (+04)20:20 (+04)04:12 (+04)00:21 (+04)

When will be Ramadan 2019 in UAE?

Astronomers always keep making prediction and Ramadan is just a few months away. Ramadan is9th month in the Islamic calendar and it is marked on the sighting of the moon. The official announcement of Ramadan is announced by moon sighting committee in Saudi Arabia and according to intentions Ramadan will be on 6th May 2019, Monday in Dubai UAE.

Importance of Ramadan

During the Holy month of Ramadan, Muslims must abstain from drinking, eating, smoking or even chewing gum while fasting. The basic pillar of Islam is observed before dawn until sunset. Extensive buffets, HI-tea, and different gatherings are common during the month of Ramadan. However, the pace of life is slow during Ramadan mainly in UAE because of strict labour laws which are reduced up to 2 hours and working hours changed from 9 am to 2 pm. Thus, Muslims must focus on Allah, do good deeds, read Quran and donate to poor as much as possible.

Ramadan in UAE 2019

Fasting during Ramadan is a religious obligation which is practised worldwide by all Muslims symbolizing renewal, and rituality. Just like other countries, Ramadan in UAE is practised in a different way. all businesses timings are adjusted accordingly and during daytime life continuous at a slow pace but after breaking the fast, UAE and its people gets alive. Along with religious offerings, UAE experiences a variety of occasions, host different events and gathering s just to celebrate the true spirit of Ramadan 2019. UAE continuously gives charity, donations and celebrate togetherness during the season.

Feast traditionally

UAE is surely a country with epic islands, amazing waterparks, and skyscrapers. Everyone in the world wants to enjoy the gleaming experience especially during the month of Ramadan. The place is filled with glamour, glitz and arrange great feasts or provide best arrangements for Sehr o Iftaar. Different restaurants and hotels offer Bedouin-style tents for Iftaar along with dining options. Live cooking with specialities such as Lebanese; Turkish or Middle Eastern and traditional Arabian cuisine is enjoyed for Iftaar. However, the feast doesn’t stop here but it continues till Sehr. People enjoy food as a pre-fasting meal between 1 am to 4 am. Thus, we can say that complete Ramadan reflection is seen around the country. Cinemas, places of local entertainment and clubs open at different hours in Ramadan. People either Muslims or non-Muslims try to behave respectfully by not smoking, singing or dancing in the public.

Beautiful Traditions of Ramadan in UAE

UAE is the country having rich Islamic traditions, rituals, art and history. The country holds long, old but golden Islamic history in terms of intensive beautiful traditions, behaviours and customs. Since, Ramadan is the holiest month for Muslims; therefore, its celebrations, beginnings, rituals; customs and best hospitality are extremely unique, exclusive and incredible.

Pre-Ramadan Tradition in UAE

Ramadan preparations and traditions in UAE start from mid-Shaaban, the month before Ramadan. The day known as Hagg Al-Layla is the day of celebration when children dressed up best to go to neighbours houses to and recite traditional poems and songs. Also, their neighbourhood offered them sweets, cakes, candies etc. as a beautiful festive gesture and children put all these in particular cloth bag.

UAE Ramadan Welcoming Traditions

Emiratis used to celebrate, welcome Ramadan in their special traditional manner, surprisingly many of the traditions are still followed. Beautiful lightings on streets, housing areas, mosques and other buildings is also one among the popular traditions in UAE. In almost all gulf countries Ramadan rich, old traditions are still alive and followed by the residents. Whereas you may witness some advancement in their old traditions but yet their beauty and colourful flavour remain similar.

Historic Beautiful Traditions in UAE

Similarly firing of cannons at the time of Iftar is an old but alive tradition of UAE which is an integral part of Islamic culture and being followed by many Muslim countries. Besides, the Ramadan tent is a beautiful tradition in which well-settled people offered free iftar meals to those who cannot afford good food.
Traditionally UAE conducts various awareness campaigns, lectures or seminars to aware people about religion, promoting charitable activities and knowledge about Ramadan.   The reason for these awareness lectures is to educate people about the importance and rewards of doing charitable activities as much as you have. These lectures specifically spread knowledge about Islam, righteous deeds and how to get pure soulful spirituality within you.
Also, many recognized Islamic scholars from all over the world are invited to spread their light of knowledge and enrich the holy month.

UAE Ramadan Moon Sighting 2019

Ramadan witness warm welcome and colourful celebration from the day when Ramadan moon is sighted. As mentioned above residents start preparation of Ramadan half a month before but the aroma of celebrations of Ramadan is impossible to describe in words. The witnessing eyes can only feel the warmth, magic, harmony and ambience of traditions in Ramadan.
Emiratis are so warm, peaceful, welcoming and hospitable as they start wishing Ramadan Kareem from the day when moon sighted. All people greet one another as a love and peace gesture which really shows their desperation and love to the holy month Ramadan.

UAE Ramadan Announcement

Ramadan announcement in UAE is also traditional and beautiful even in this modern era. The cannon is fired to announce and welcome the most awaited holy month Ramadan in almost all region across the country. Also, special prayers start as an announcement of Ramadan Kareem in all mosques.

UAE Ramadan holidays

Ramadan is all about soulful fasting, attentive prayers, volunteer charitable activities and be close to Almighty. Therefore to make Ramadan easier UAE offer some changes in working timings and also increase holidays enabling Muslims to spiritually connect to Almighty without worrying about worldly things.
Most of the offices, working places etc. reduce their long timings to provide relief to people with fast. However, the government announces special holidays mostly in the last 10 days of Ramadan enabling Muslims to perform additional prayers and worship.

UAE Eid Ul Fitr 2019

Eid-ul-Fitr is the gift of Allah Almighty after the successful period of fasting and purification of the soul. it is the celebration day for entire Muslim Ummah to get dress up beautifully, meet your family and friends and greet them, Happy Eid. The UAE will InshaAllah witness Eid-ul-Fitr on 3rd or 4th of June, 2019. We hope all Muslim countries including UAE will be having peaceful, blissful and joyful Ramadan and Eid-ul-Fitr this year.

Keep yourself updated

With the advanced technology citizens of UAE can keep themselves updated with the Sehr, Iftaar and namaz timings as clearly mentioned in the table. The individuals can also know the sunrise and sunset timings accurately. It is advised to keep yourself updated with Ramadan timings and date because of moon sightings. Happy Ramadan 2019!