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Sehri and Iftar Time Today in Pakistan: 29th March 2024

Sehri and Iftar Time Today in Pakistan: 29th March 2024.

Pakistan observes 18th Ramadan with Peaceful Pre-Dawn Meals and Eager Anticipation for Iftar

As the holy month of Ramadan unfolds, Pakistanis across the country are experiencing the tranquility of pre-dawn meals (Sehri) and eagerly awaiting the call to break their fast (Iftar) in the evenings.

With the 18th day of Ramadan upon us (Friday, March 29th, 2024), many are searching for the specific Sehri and Iftar timings for their respective cities. Look no further! Here’s a comprehensive breakdown of Sehri and Iftar times for major Pakistani cities:

CitySehri Time TodayIftar Time Today
Islamabad/Rawalpindi4:36 AM6:26 PM
Lahore4:34 AM6:20 PM
Karachi5:11 AM6:47 PM
Peshawar4:42 AM6:32 PM
Quetta5:05 AM6:49 PM
Faisalabad4:39 AM6:25 PM
Multan4:47 AM6:31 PM
Bahawalpur4:47 AM6:30 PM
Gujranwala4:38 AM6:26 PM
Hyderabad5:05 AM6:42 PM
Sukkur5:00 AM6:41 PM

Planning Your Ramadan Day:

By knowing the precise Sehri and Iftar timings for your city, you can effectively plan your meals and ensure you’re well-prepared for the day’s fast. Partaking in a balanced Sehri nourishes your body for the extended daylight hours, while Iftar becomes a time for community, reflection, and breaking the fast with loved ones.

Ramadan in Pakistan: A Time for Peace, Reflection, and Community

Ramadan transcends hunger and thirst; it’s a period for spiritual growth, self-discipline, and empathy for those less fortunate. The pre-dawn serenity of Sehri allows for quiet contemplation, while the vibrant energy of Iftar fosters a sense of community and togetherness.

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