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The Ramadan calendar for Sydney in 2024

19th January 2024

Welcome to our blog post, where we begin an exciting journey through time and tradition. In 2024, the city of Sydney prepares to observe the holy month of Ramadan, and we're here to guide you through its schedule. Join us as we uncover the timings for Suhoor (pre-dawn meal) and Iftar (meal to break the fast) in Sydney throughout Ramadan.

Before we dive in, let's acknowledge that time is ever-changing. As we transition from Australian Eastern Daylight Time (AEDT) to Australian Eastern Standard Time (AEST) due to daylight saving time adjustments, the Ramadan schedule adapts accordingly. It's important to be aware of these adjustments to stay in sync with the accurate timings.

To help you stay on track, we have prepared a simple and easy-to-understand table that outlines the timings for Suhoor and Iftar in Sydney throughout the month of Ramadan. From the early hours before dawn until sunset, this table will be your reliable companion, ensuring you don't miss any important moments of nourishment and reflection.

Ramadan calendar 2024
Day Date Suhoor (Sehri) Iftar
1 11 Mar, 2024 05:07 AEDT 19:18 AEDT
2 12 Mar, 2024 05:08 AEDT 19:17 AEDT
3 13 Mar, 2024 05:09 AEDT 19:16 AEDT
4 14 Mar, 2024 05:10 AEDT 19:14 AEDT
5 15 Mar, 2024 05:11 AEDT 19:13 AEDT
6 16 Mar, 2024 05:11 AEDT 19:12 AEDT
7 17 Mar, 2024 05:12 AEDT 19:10 AEDT
8 18 Mar, 2024 05:13 AEDT 19:09 AEDT
9 19 Mar, 2024 05:14 AEDT 19:08 AEDT
10 20 Mar, 2024 05:15 AEDT 19:06 AEDT
11 21 Mar, 2024 05:16 AEDT 19:05 AEDT
12 22 Mar, 2024 05:17 AEDT 19:04 AEDT
13 23 Mar, 2024 05:18 AEDT 19:02 AEDT
14 24 Mar, 2024 05:18 AEDT 19:01 AEDT
15 25 Mar, 2024 05:19 AEDT 19:00 AEDT
16 26 Mar, 2024 05:20 AEDT 18:58 AEDT
17 27 Mar, 2024 05:21 AEDT 18:57 AEDT
18 28 Mar, 2024 05:22 AEDT 18:55 AEDT
19 29 Mar, 2024 05:22 AEDT 18:54 AEDT
20 30 Mar, 2024 05:23 AEDT 18:53 AEDT
21 31 Mar, 2024 05:24 AEDT 18:51 AEDT
22 01 Apr, 2024 05:25 AEDT 18:50 AEDT
23 02 Apr, 2024 05:26 AEDT 18:49 AEDT
24 03 Apr, 2024 05:26 AEDT 18:47 AEDT
25 04 Apr, 2024 05:27 AEDT 18:46 AEDT
26 05 Apr, 2024 05:28 AEDT 18:45 AEDT
27 06 Apr, 2024 05:29 AEDT 18:43 AEDT
28 07 Apr, 2024 (04:29) AEST (17:42) AEST (17:42)
29 08 Apr, 2024 (04:30) AEST (17:41) AEST (17:41)
30 09 Apr, 2024 (04:31) AEST (17:40) AEST (17:40)

FAQs

What is the significance of Sehri/Suhoor and Iftar during Ramadan?

Sehri/Suhoor is the pre-dawn meal consumed before the start of the fast during Ramadan. It is necessary to eat this meal to provide nourishment and energy for the day of fasting. Iftar is the meal that Muslims have at sunset to break their fast. It is an important time of communal gathering and gratitude for the blessings of Ramadan.

Are there any recommended practices during Ramadan besides fasting?

Besides fasting, Muslims are encouraged to engage in acts of charity, prayer, and self-reflection during Ramadan. It is also common to recite the Quran, perform voluntary prayers called Taraweeh, and seek forgiveness from others.

Are there any exceptions to fasting during Ramadan?

Yes, there are exceptions to fasting during Ramadan. Those who are ill, pregnant, breastfeeding, traveling, menstruating, or experiencing other health conditions may be exempt from fasting. It is advised to consult with a religious authority or healthcare professional for specific guidance.

What is the purpose of observing Ramadan?

Ramadan is a month of spiritual reflection, self-discipline, and increased devotion. The primary purpose of observing Ramadan is to purify the soul, strengthen one's relationship with Allah, practice self-control, and empathise with those less fortunate.

How long does Ramadan last?

The duration of Ramadan lasts for one lunar month, which is typically 29 or 30 days. The exact start and end dates may vary based on the sighting of the moon and regional practices.

During Ramadan, the Islamic month of fasting, it is important to keep track of the days. AusRelief offers a Ramadan Countdown Calendar, which can help you stay organised and mark the passing of each day. This calendar allows you to eagerly anticipate the breaking of the fast each evening. You can find this Ramadan Countdown Calendar at AusRelief.

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