Ramadan 2023 Singapore Timetable/Calendar (Muis) – Imsakiah Ramadan 2023 – Imsakiah Ramadan 2023/1444H Singapura has been published officially at the official website of MAJLIS UGAMA ISLAM SINGAPURA (MUIS) at https://www.muis.gov.sg. Click here to download Imsakiah Ramadan 2023/1444H, Muis Calendar 2023, Singapore Holy Ramadan Sahur/Suhur and Iftar timetable 2023, Islamic Calendar 2023 Muis Singapura PDF, Today Sehri & Iftar Timetable in Singapore 2023, Singapore Ramadan Sahur and Iftar Timings, Schedule 2023. You can able to download Image and PDF format of these Islamic calendar and Ramadan Sahur and Iftar timetable. Mahe Ramadan 1st Fasting/Siam begins on 23rd March 2023 and It will end on 21st April 2023. Eid-ul-Fitr will celebrate on 22nd April 2023 in Singapore Insha-Allah.
Ramadan 2023 Singapore Timetable/Calendar (Muis) – Imsakiah Ramadan 2023/1444H Singapura
In Singapore, Ramadan starts on the evening of 23rd March 2023 and 1st Ramadan Fasting begins on 23rd March 2023. All Muslim ummah are very eager to welcome Ramadan 1444 Hijri/2023. Fasting is one of the greatest way to achieve Jannatul Ferdous for afterlife. The rewards of the Fasting (Roja) will give almighty himself. So it is very good opportunity for us to keep fasting for the holy month of Ramadan. May Allah bless us with the blessings of Ramadan. Muslim brothers and sisters of Singapore will also celebrate the Ramadan month with prayers and fasting. They will look forward to get Ramadan Calendar of MUIS and Imsakiah of the holy Ramadan 2023/1444H. From below anyone can collect it very easily.
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RAMADAN 2023 Singapore Timetable/Calendar
Muslims in Singapore are ready to observe Ramadan from 23rd March 2023 to 21st April 2023. Watch this space for the Ramadan announcement by Mufti of Singapore, Dr Nazirudin Mohd Nasir. The crescent has spotted in Singapore today Evening. So the Ramadan starts from now. Tarawih salat and Sahri starts from today. Ramadan Mubarak everyone.
Imsakiah Ramadan 2023/1444H Singapura PDF Download Muis
Imsakiah is a schedule that includes all prayer times, Iftar and Suhur, and the number of fasting hours during the day and consider as one of Ramadan appearances in all countries of the world. In 2023, it has expected that Ramadan will begin on the evening of Saturday 23rd March, with the first day of fasting on Monday 23rd March in Singapore. The arrival of Ramadan also brings ample opportunity to reap infinite blessing and reward. During this auspicious month, remember to donate your zakat and Fitra to the unprevilized people.
Today Sehri and Iftar Time in Singapore 2023
2nd February Sehri/Imsak Time Today: 6:04 AM
Today 7th April Iftar Time: 7:16 PM.
Singapore Ramadan Sehri and Iftar Timetable 2023/1444
|1||05:55 AM||7:13 PM||02 Apr 2023|
|2||05:54 AM||7:13 PM||03 Apr 2023|
|3||05:54 AM||7:12 PM||04 Apr 2023|
|4||05:53 AM||7:12 PM||05 Apr 2023|
|5||05:53 AM||7:12 PM||06 Apr 2023|
|6||05:53 AM||7:12 PM||07 Apr 2023|
|7||05:52 AM||7:11 PM||08 Apr 2023|
|8||05:52 AM||7:11 PM||09 Apr 2023|
|9||05:52 AM||7:11 PM||10 Apr 2023|
|10||05:51 AM||7:11 PM||11 Apr 2023|
|11||05:51 AM||7:11 PM||12 Apr 2023|
|12||05:50 AM||7:10 PM||13 Apr 2023|
|13||05:50 AM||7:10 PM||14 Apr 2023|
|14||05:50 AM||7:10 PM||15 Apr 2023|
|15||05:49 AM||7:10 PM||16 Apr 2023|
|16||05:49 AM||7:10 PM||17 Apr 2023|
|17||05:49 AM||7:09 PM||18 Apr 2023|
|18||05:48 AM||7:09 PM||19 Apr 2023|
|19||05:48 AM||7:09 PM||20 Apr 2023|
|20||05:48 AM||7:09 PM||21 Apr 2023|
|21||05:47 AM||7:09 PM||22 Apr 2023|
|22||05:47 AM||7:08 PM||23 Apr 2023|
|23||05:47 AM||7:08 PM||24 Apr 2023|
|24||05:46 AM||7:08 PM||25 Apr 2023|
|25||05:46 AM||7:08 PM||26 Apr 2023|
|26||05:46 AM||7:08 PM||27 Apr 2023|
|27||05:45 AM||7:08 PM||28 Apr 2023|
|28||05:45 AM||7:08 PM||29 Apr 2023|
|29||05:45 AM||7:08 PM||30 Apr 2023|
|30||05:45 AM||7:08 PM||01 May 2023|
Key Dates of Mahe Ramadan 2023/1444H
- Wednesday 22nd March – the beginning of Ramadan 2023.
- Thursday 23rd March – the first day of sawm Ramadan (fasting).
- Friday 21st April– final day of sawm Ramadan (fasting).
- Saturday 22nd April – Eid-ul-Fitr
- * All dates are subject to the sighting of the moon.
Muis Calendar 2023 Singapura
You can easily download the (MUIS) MAJLIS UGAMA ISLAM SINGAPURA calendar from below as PDF.
Islamic Calendar Singapore 2023
Muslim people of Singapore need to have the Islamic calendar to celebrate Islamic events. Muis has published the Islamic calendar 2023/1444 for Singapore region. You can download the calendar from below.
Singapore Prayers Timetable 2023
Here you will get Singapore prayer timetable for the entire 2023 calendar year provided by MUIS singapore. You can download the PDF file below link.
Obligation to fast in the month of Ramadan:
Millions of Muslims around the world fast during the entire month of Ramadan from dawn to dusk because it is the holiest month for the entire Muslim Ummah. There are different words for fasting in different languages all over the world. It has known as ‘Ayuno’ in Spanish, ‘Jeun’ in French, ‘Perhiz’ in Turkish, ‘Sawm / Siam’ in Arabic and ‘Puasa’ in Indonesian and Malay. The word ‘sawm / siam’ (صوم / صيام) means to abstain or abstain from something. This means abstaining from food, drink and anything that breaks the fast for the sole purpose of obeying Allah. Anyone who denies this obligation to fast in Ramadan is not a Muslim.
The food eaten before Fajr is known as ‘Suhur/Sehri’ and the food eaten after sunset (Maghrib Salah) is known as ‘Iftar’.
Ramadan is the Month of Allah’s Blessings:
The month of Ramadan is an opportunity has given by the Gracious Creator for His servants to come close to Him, seek forgiveness for their sins, and fulfill their religious duties. Allah Has said in The Quran:
“… and men who fast and women who fast, … Allah has prepared for them forgiveness and a mighty reward.”
(Surah Al-Ahzab, 33:35)
Gates of Heaven are opened in Ramadan
It was narrated by Abu Huraira (R.A.) that Messenger of Allah (S.A.W.) said:
“When the month of Ramadan starts, the gates of the heaven are opened and the gates of Hell are closed and the devils are chained.”
(Sahih Bukhari: 1899)
Conclusion Speech of Ramadan 2023 Singapore Timetable/Calendar
Ramadan is a month of worship and reflection. Every Muslim should take the opportunity to receive innumerable blessings from Allah by performing prayers in this month. Ask forgiveness from Allah, worship Him sincerely and hope for reward from Allah in this world and in the Hereafter.