Ramadan Timetable 2021

“O you who believe! Fasting is prescribed for you as it was prescribed for those before you, that you may become Al-Muttaqun (pious, God-fearing).” (2:183)

The Following Ramadan timetable indicates the prayer times for Oslo, Norway. The start and end dates of Ramadan vary depending upon the sighting of the moon.

April/May Day Ramadan Fajr Zuhr Asr Maghrib/Iftar Isha
13 Tuesday 1 03:10 13.18 17:04 20:28 23:18
14 Wednesday 2 03:09 13.18 17:05 20:31 23:11
15 Thursday 3 03:08 13.18 17:07 20:33 23:12
16 Friday 4 03:06 13.18 17:08 20:36 23:13
17 Saturday 5 03:05 13:17 17:09 20:38 23:14
18 Sunday 6 03:04 13:17 17:10 20:41 23:15
19 Monday 7 03:03 13:17 17:11 20:43 23:16
20 Tuesday 8 03:01 13:17 17:13 20:46 23:17
21 Wednesday 9 03:00 13:16 17:14 20:48 23:18
22 Thursday 10 02:59 13:16 17:15 20:51 23:19
23 Friday 11 02:58 13:16 17:16 20:53 23:20
24 Saturday 12 02:57 13:16 17:17 20:56 23:21
25 Sunday 13 02:55 13:16 17:18 20:58 23:22
26 Monday 14 02:54 13:15 17:19 21:01 23:23
27 Tuesday 15 02:53 13:15 17:21 21:03 23:24
28 Wednesday 16 02:52 13:15 17:22 21:05 23:25
29 Thursday 17 02:51 13:15 17:23 21:08 23:26
30 Friday 18 02:49 13:15 17:24 21:10 23:27
May 1st Saturday 19 02:48 13:15 17:25 21:13 23:28
2 Sunday 20 02:47 13:15 17:26 21:15 23:29
3 Monday 21 02:46 13:14 17:27 21:18 23:30
4 Tuesday 22 02:45 13:14 17:28 21:20 23:31
5 Wednesday 23 02:44 13:14 17:29 21:23 23:32
6 Thursday 24 02:43 13:14 17:30 21:25 23:33
7 Friday 25 02:42 13:14 17:31 21:28 23:34
8 Saturday 26 02:41 13:14 17:32 21:30 23:35
9 Sunday 27 02:40 13:14 17:33 21:33 23:36
10 Monday 28 02:39 13:14 17:34 21:35 23:37
11 Tuesday 29 02:38 13:14 17:35 21:37 23:38
12 Wednesday 30 02:37 13:14 17:36 21:40 23:39

 

The month of Ramadan contains the most blessed of nights, Laylatul Qadr:

“Truly  We sent it down on the Night of Power. And who will convey to you what the Night of Power is? The Night of Power is better than a thousand months. In it the angels and the Ruh descend by their Lord’s authority with every ordinance. It is peace – until the coming of the dawn” (Quran: 97:1-5)

The Prophet (PBUH) said: “Whoever gives food to one who is fasting will have a reward like the fasting person without detracting in the slightest from the reward of the latter” (Al-Tirmidhi)

Islamic Relief conducts a number of projects during Ramadan, and last year over 650,000 people in 25 countries benefited from a food pack. Donate a food pack to a family this Ramadan. Also find out about and donate your Zakat or work out how much is due, using our easy to use Zakat Calculator.

 

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