Welcome to our guide to worldwide prayer times during the holy month of Ramadan. As one of the most significant months in the Islamic calendar, Ramadan is observed by millions of Muslims around the world. It is a time for spiritual reflection, increased acts of worship, and acts of charity.
We understand that prayer times may vary slightly depending on your location and the calculation method used, so we recommend that you double-check the timings before heading to the mosque.
We hope that this guide will be useful for you and that you will have a blessed and fulfilling Ramadan. May Allah accept your prayers and bless you with His mercy and grace.
As the sacred month of Ramadan draws to a close, we extend our sincere congratulations to all those who have diligently observed this time of fasting and spiritual reflection.
The practice of fasting from dawn to sunset is undoubtedly a challenging one, but your unwavering commitment to the principles of Ramadan has been nothing short of inspiring. From the pre-dawn meal of suhoor to the joyous breaking of the fast at iftar, your dedication to this holy tradition has exemplified strength, resilience, and a deep sense of community.
Throughout Ramadan, we have been reminded of the importance of charity and generosity, and their transformative impact on the world around us. Through the giving of zakat, you have helped to alleviate the suffering of those in need, while the nightly Tarawih prayers have provided a profound sense of spiritual renewal and serenity.