The Holy Month of Ramadan is just around the corner, and it’s truly a blessed and spiritual time. Along with fasting from sunrise to sunset, Muslims in the UAE make sure to offer the five daily prayers on time. If you’re fasting this Ramadan and have questions such as ‘What time is Imsak in Dubai’ or ‘What time is iftar in Dubai today,’ or “What is Sehri time in Dubai today?” Azco has you covered with this list of Dubai Ramadan timings for prayers in 2022! This handy Dubai Ramadan prayer timetable includes daily prayer timings, along with specifics about Imsak timings.
Let’s look at the detailed Ramadan 2022 prayer times in Dubai for every salah. The table below mentions daily Iftar and Suhoor time in Dubai and other prayer timings throughout the day.
During Ramadan, Muslims start their fast a little before the Fajr prayer and break it at the Maghrib prayer. If you’re looking for UAE Ramadan prayer times, here’s some helpful info.
The daily Iftar time in Dubai is based on the Maghrib prayer time. To know the accurate Iftar time in Dubai on a day, refer to the Dubai prayer time in Ramadan for Maghrib for the given date.
Ramadan prayer timings in Dubai on Saturday, April 2nd, 2022 – the first day of Ramadan – are as follows:
As stated earlier, Abu Dhabi prayer times in Ramadan are five minutes after the timings mentioned for Dubai in the table above.
With the month fast approaching, many of you might be wondering how you can maintain a healthy lifestyle whilst abstaining from food and drink. There are many ways to follow a healthy lifestyle during Ramadan in Dubai. For example, you can start by skipping caffeinated beverages during Suhoor or Iftar.
You can also take time to make the most of this month of blessings with the right Ramadan Duas for each Ashra.
You can explore global Ramadan traditions to see how the holy month is celebrated worldwide. For example, if you visit Egypt during Ramadan, expect to see the streets lit with colourful lanterns.
Have more questions about Dubai Ramadan prayer times? Many people also ask the question, ‘What is Imsak?’ Imsak is when Muslims finish Suhoor and begin their fast. The time of Imsak is typically 10 minutes before Fajr prayers.
If you want to keep a daily track of salah timings, bookmark the guide to prayer times in Dubai. Those who want to keep track of Salah timings in the capital city can check out our guide to prayer timings in Abu Dhabi.
You can also keep track of daily Ramadan prayer timings in Dubai on Azco’s Instagram account. We post daily updates for Imsak, fajr prayer time in Ramadan and Maghrib prayer timings on our Insta-stories. Make sure to follow our Instagram account for accurate Suhoor and Iftar time in Dubai!
Ramadan in this country is a magical time where you can witness the traditional side of the UAE. Even though things are better than last year with fewer COVID-19 restrictions in place, it is essential to follow the SOPs implemented by the government.
That wraps up the 2022 Dubai Ramadan timings guide. For more updates on Ramadan in the UAE, subscribe to Azco.
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