Ramadan Calendar 2022
Please see below for your Ramadan Calendar for 2022, which includes accurate timings for Fajr (before sunrise), Zuhr (midday), Asr (mid-afternoon), Maghrib (after sunset) and Isha (before midnight), in accordance with the sighting of the moon. The day's fast begins before Fajr prayers and closes with Maghrib prayers.
Your pre-dawn meal – Suhoor – should have concluded before the Fajr call to prayer has completed, or you will be unable to fast and Kaffarah must be paid. Any days of fasting that are missed due to illness or any other valid reason mean a Fidya payment must be made. Learn more about Fidya and Kaffarah payments here.
After Maghrib prayers have concluded, you can close your fast with an evening meal, although it is traditional to break the fast with some dates and a glass of water, with the main meal being enjoyed later on with family and friends.