Ramadan Timetable 2016

The following timetable has been provided by the East London Mosque and is applicable for London.  The prayer times listed are start times and jamaat times may be different.

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Date Day Ramadan Fajr Sunrise Zuhr Asr Magrib / Iftar Isha/ Taraweeh
6th June Monday  1 2:46 4:43 1:04 5:21 9:17 10:35
7th Tuesday 2 2:45 4:42 1:04 5:21 9:17 10:35
8th Wednesday 3 2:44 4:42 1:05 5:22 9:18 10:36
9th Thursday 4 2:43 4:41 1:05 5:22 9:19 10:38
10th Friday 5 2:42 4:41 1:05 5:22 9:20 10:39
11th Saturday 6 2:41 4:40 1:05 5:23 9:20 10:40
12th Sunday 7 2:40 4:40 1:05 5:23 9:21 10:41
13th Monday 8 2:39 4:40 1:06 5:23 9:22 10:43
14th Tuesday 9 2:39 4:40 1:06 5:24 9:22 10:43
15th Wednesday 10 2:39 4:40 1:06 5:24 9:23 10:44
16th Thursday 11 2:39 4:40 1:06 5:24 9:23 10:43
17th Friday 12 2:39 4:40 1:07 5:24 9:23 10:43
18th Saturday 13 2:39 4:40 1:07 5:25 9:24 10:43
19th Sunday 14 2:39 4:40 1:07 5:25 9:24 10:43
20th Monday 15 2:40 4:40 1:07 5:25 9:24 10:43
21th Tuesday 16 2:40 4:40 1:07 5:25 9:25 10:43
22nd Wednesday 17 2:40 4:40 1:08 5:26 9:25 10:42
23rd Thursday 18 2:42 4:41 1:08 5:26 9:25 10:42
24th Friday 19 2:42 4:41 1:08 5:26 9:25 10:41
25th Saturday 20 2:43 4:42 1:08 5:26 9:25 10:41
26th Sunday 21 2:44 4:42 1:08 5:26 9:25 10:41
27th Monday 22 2:44 4:42 1:09 5:26 9:25 10:40
28th Tuesday 23 2:46 4:43 1:09 5:26 9:24 10:39
29th Wednesday 24 2:47 4:44 1:09 5:26 9:24 10:38
30th Thursday 25 2:47 4:44 1:09 5:26 9:24 10:37
1st July Friday 26 2:49 4:45 1:09 5:26 9:24 10:36
2nd Saturday 27 2:51 4:46 1:10 5:26 9:23 10:35
3rd Sunday 28 2:51 4:46 1:10 5:26 9:23 10:35
4th Monday 29 2:53 4:47 1:10 5:26 9:22 10:33
5th Tuesday 30 2:54 4:48 1:10 5:26 9:22 10:33
6th Wednesday Eid ul Fitr* 2:55 4:49 1:10 5:26 9:21 10:32
7th Thursday 2:57 4:50 1:11 5:26 9:21 10:31

For other cities, please refer to the local variations below:

Fajr Maghrib
Birmingham +8 +6
Bradford +9 +8
Cardiff +13 +12
Glasgow +22 +40
Leeds +7 +4
Liverpool +12 +9
Manchester +10 +7
Middlesborough +8 +14

The month of Ramadan contains the most blessed of nights – known as Laylatul Qadr – about which Allah, subhana wa t’ala, says:

‘What will make you realize what the Night of Power is like?

The Night of Power is better than a thousand months.

Angels and the Spirit descend upon it with their Lord´s permission with every command;

There is peace that night until the coming of dawn.

(Quran: 97:1-5)

*This is the provisional date for Eid ul Fitr and will be confirmed upon the sighting of the new moon.