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Iftar Time Dubai 2024: What Time is Iftar Today in Dubai?

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Ramadan is a special month in the Islamic calendar, during which Muslims observe fasting from dawn until dusk. Fasting is an obligation, and barring some exceptions, every Muslim man and woman must observe it. Breaking the fast at sunset is called iftar, and here we will discuss Iftar timing in Dubai so you know when to break your fast without fail.

Iftar Timing Dubai:

The following table gives an account of iftar, suhoor, and all five mandatory prayer times for your reference.

Date Imsak Fajr Sunrise Dhuhr Asr Maghrib/Iftar Isha
11-Mar 5:05 AM 5:15 AM 6:29 AM 12:32 PM 3:54 PM 6:29 PM 7:43 PM
Ramadan 01
12-Mar 5:04 AM 5:14 AM 6:28 AM 12:31 PM 3:54 PM 6:30 PM 7:43 PM
Ramadan 02
13-Mar 5:03 AM 5:13 AM 6:27 AM 12:31 PM 3:54 PM 6:30 PM 7:44 PM
Ramadan 03
14-Mar 5:02 AM 5:12 AM 6:26 AM 12:31 PM 3:54 PM 6:31 PM 7:44 PM
Ramadan 04
15-Mar 5:01 AM 5:11 AM 6:25 AM 12:31 PM 3:54 PM 6:31 PM 7:45 PM
Ramadan 05
16-Mar 5:00 AM 5:10 AM 6:24 AM 12:30 PM 3:54 PM 6:31 PM 7:45 PM
Ramadan 06
17-Mar 4:59 AM 5:09 AM 6:23 AM 12:30 PM 3:54 PM 6:32 PM 7:46 PM
Ramadan 07
18-Mar 4:58 AM 5:08 AM 6:21 AM 12:30 PM 3:54 PM 6:32 PM 7:46 PM
Ramadan 08
19-Mar 4:57 AM 5:07 AM 6:20 AM 12:29 PM 3:54 PM 6:33 PM 7:47 PM
Ramadan 09
20-Mar 4:56 AM 5:06 AM 6:19 AM 12:29 PM 3:54 PM 6:33 PM 7:47 PM
Ramadan 10
21-Mar 4:55 AM 5:05 AM 6:18 AM 12:29 PM 3:53 PM 6:34 PM 7:48 PM
Ramadan 11
22-Mar 4:54 AM 5:04 AM 6:17 AM 12:29 PM 3:53 PM 6:34 PM 7:48 PM
Ramadan 12
23-Mar 4:52 AM 5:02 AM 6:16 AM 12:28 PM 3:53 PM 6:35 PM 7:49 PM
Ramadan 13
24-Mar 4:51 AM 5:01 AM 6:15 AM 12:28 PM 3:53 PM 6:35 PM 7:49 PM
Ramadan 14
25-Mar 4:50 AM 5:00 AM 6:14 AM 12:28 PM 3:53 PM 6:35 PM 7:50 PM
Ramadan 15
26-Mar 4:49 AM 4:59 AM 6:13 AM 12:27 PM 3:53 PM 6:36 PM 7:50 PM
Ramadan 16
27-Mar 4:48 AM 4:58 AM 6:12 AM 12:27 PM 3:53 PM 6:36 PM 7:51 PM
Ramadan 17
28-Mar 4:47 AM 4:57 AM 6:11 AM 12:27 PM 3:53 PM 6:37 PM 7:51 PM
Ramadan 18
29-Mar 4:46 AM 4:56 AM 6:10 AM 12:26 PM 3:53 PM 6:37 PM 7:52 PM
Ramadan 19
30-Mar 4:45 AM 4:55 AM 6:09 AM 12:26 PM 3:52 PM 6:38 PM 7:52 PM
Ramadan 20
31-Mar 4:44 AM 4:54 AM 6:08 AM 12:26 PM 3:52 PM 6:38 PM 7:53 PM
Ramadan 21
1-Apr 4:42 AM 4:52 AM 6:07 AM 12:26 PM 3:52 PM 6:39 PM 7:53 PM
Ramadan 22
2-Apr 4:41 AM 4:51 AM 6:06 AM 12:25 PM 3:52 PM 6:39 PM 7:54 PM
Ramadan 23
3-Apr 4:40 AM 4:50 AM 6:05 AM 12:25 PM 3:52 PM 6:39 PM 7:54 PM
Ramadan 24
4-Apr 4:39 AM 4:49 AM 6:04 AM 12:25 PM 3:52 PM 6:40 PM 7:55 PM
Ramadan 25
5-Apr 4:38 AM 4:48 AM 6:03 AM 12:24 PM 3:51 PM 6:40 PM 7:55 PM
Ramadan 26
6-Apr 4:37 AM 4:47 AM 6:02 AM 12:24 PM 3:51 PM 6:41 PM 7:56 PM
Ramadan 27
7-Apr 4:36 AM 4:46 AM 6:01 AM 12:24 PM 3:51 PM 6:41 PM 7:57 PM
Ramadan 28
8-Apr 4:35 AM 4:45 AM 6:00 AM 12:24 PM 3:51 PM 6:42 PM 7:57 PM
Ramadan 29
9-Apr 4:33 AM 4:43 AM 5:59 AM 12:23 PM 3:51 PM 6:42 PM 7:58 PM
Ramadan 30

 

For Abu Dhabi, add 4 minutes. Deduct 4 minutes for Ras Al Khaimah and Umm Al Quwain, 1 minute for Sharjah and Ajman, and 6 minutes for Fujairah.

Significance of Ramadan

Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar and holds special significance for Muslims worldwide. The Islamic calendar is based on lunar cycles, so the month starts and ends upon the sighting of the new crescent, and it typically lasts 29 or 30 days.

Ramadan is a time of spiritual discipline, where Muslims fast from dawn till sunset, abstaining from food, drink, and other worldly desires. In addition to fasting, the Taraveeh prayer, offered with the Isha prayer at night, is another revered practice during Ramadan. While not obligatory, it holds a special place in the observances of the month. The practice of Aitekaaf, where the faithful spend the last 10 days of Ramadan in mosques in prayer, is also unique to this holy month. Although not mandatory, those who observe Aitekaaf are held in high esteem.

Suhoor & Iftar

Suhoor refers to the meal that Muslims eat before dawn to mark the start of their fast. When dawn breaks, the time of Suhoor expires, and now they must patiently wait for it to end at sunset, which is called Iftar.

Both Iftar and Suhoor are integral parts of Ramadan, celebrated among Muslim households as special times. These meals, marking the start and end of the daily fast, are often shared with friends and family, adding a communal aspect to the observance of Ramadan. The spirit of celebration is present throughout the month, with a focus on remembering and providing for those less fortunate. Free meals are often provided at Iftar for those who cannot afford them, reinforcing the values of charity and community that are central to Ramadan.

Enjoy Ramadan With Precise Iftar Timing Dubai

Ramadan is observed with due reverence in Dubai and the rest of the UAE. It has its unique vibes, which manifest in sumptuous buffets, late-night shopping, giving to charities, and get-togethers. It is a unique time of the year that everyone enjoys in their own ways. Our Iftar timing Dubai will help you keep track of your Iftars so you are never late for them and plan your day so you are always on time.

Suraqah Farhan
Suraqah Farhan
Suraqah Farhan Antar is a distinguished content writer and researcher with a remarkable track record that includes contributions to esteemed publications such as Forbes, Gulf News, and BBC UAE. With an extensive knowledge of the UAE, particularly in Dubai, Sharjah, Abu Dhabi, and Ajman, Suraqah is a trusted authority on the region's diverse facets and culture. His insightful content brings the UAE's stories to life for readers worldwide.
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