Ramadan Iftar Program 2023

Every year, Pathway always serves "Iftar" during Ramadan for the fasting people at various Terminals, in the Lower middle class of society, and even to homeless people.
Ramadan Iftar distribution Program 2023 by Pathway

Send your Sadaqah, and Zakat funds Donation to "Pathway" in order to Feed Iftar to the fasting people. And know the Sehri and Iftar timings of Ramadan 2023 according to Bangladesh calendar.

Ramadan 2023- Iftar Program by Pathway

In every year, Pathway always drive for a comfortable journey by serving "Ifftar" for the fasting people those who lead their life at, Terminals, Lower belly of the society and even to homeless people at Ramadan. Pathway Believe to have a peaceful life by creating the topmost opportunity for the street & homeless People. Pathway always believes the worship for the back out human beings. Please come forward and look behind to build a better opportunity for our beguiled human part.


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Sehri and Iftar time schedule calendar of Ramadan 2023 - Dhaka and Outside of Dhaka city, Bangladesh

Ramadan Mubarak to all. Muslims always search the Bangladesh Ramadan Calendar, Hijri date today, ajker iftar time, Fajr time today, Sehri & Iftar Time, etc. on google. This is so important to know the right time of the sehri and iftar for a Muslim. This is why Pathway posted a calendar of Ramadan 2023 according to the time of Islamic Foundation Bangladesh. You will get the exact suhur time and iftar/sunset time today in your location. Hijri Date today is available, Just needs to match. You have to bear in mind that sunset time is the iftar time according to the authentic hadith. Let's follow the Quran and Sunnah. To maintain and follow the Fasting Time, Please follow our Ramadan 2023 Calendar iftar and sehri time schedule below.

Sehri and Iftar Time Schedule Ramadan Calendar 2023, Hijri 1444 for Dhaka City

Sehri and Iftar Time Schedule Ramadan Calendar 2022, Hijri 1444 for Dhaka City

Sehri and Iftar Time schedule of Dhaka district Ramadan Calendar 2023 for Dhaka city

Find out the time of today's Iftar. Sehri and Iftar Time Schedule Calendar Ramadan 2023 for Dhaka City 

Ramadan 1444 AH Date Sehri Last Time Iftar Time
01 23 March, 2023 (Thursday) 05:00 am 06:12 pm
02 24 March, 2023 (Friday) 04:58 am 06:13 pm
03 25 March, 2023 (Saturday) 04:57 am 06:13 pm
04 26 March, 2023 (Sunday) 04:56 am 06:13 pm
05 27 March, 2023 (Monday) 04:55 am 06:14 pm
06 28 March, 2023 (Tuesday) 04:54 am 06:14 pm
07 29 March, 2023 (Wednesday) 04:53 am 06:14 pm
08 30 March, 2023 (Thursday) 04:52 am 06:15 pm
09 31 March, 2023 (Friday) 04:51am 06:15 pm
10 01 April, 2023 (Saturday) 04:50 am 06:16 pm
11 02 April, 2023 (Sunday) 04:49 am 06:16 pm
12 03 April, 2023 (Monday) 04:48 am 06:16 pm
13 04 April, 2023 (Tuesday) 04:47 am 06:17 pm
14 05 April, 2023 (Wednesday) 04:46 am 06:17 pm
15 06 April, 2023 (Thursday) 04:45 am 06:18 pm
16 07 April, 2023 (Friday) 04:44 am 06:18 pm
17 08 April, 2023 (Saturday) 04:43 am 06:18 pm
18 09 April, 2023 (Sunday) 04:42 am 06:19 pm
19 10 April, 2023 (Monday) 04:41 am 06:19 pm
20 11 April, 2023 (Tuesday) 04:40 am 06:20 pm
21 12 April, 2023 (Wednesday) 04:39 am 06:20 pm
22 13 April, 2023 (Thursday) 04:37 am 06:20 pm
23 14 April, 2023 (Friday) 04:36 am 06:21 pm
24 15 April, 2023 (Saturday) 04:35 am 06:21 pm
25 16 April, 2023 (Sunday) 04:34 am 06:22 pm
26 17 April, 2023 (Monday) 04:33 am 06:22 pm
27 18 April, 2023 (Tuesday) 04:32 am 06:23 pm
28 19 April, 2023 (Wednesday) 04:31 am 06:23 pm
29 20 April, 2023 (Thursday) 04:30 am 06:23 pm
30 21 April, 2023 (Friday) 04:29 am 06:24 pm


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Sehri and Iftar time schedule calendar of Ramadan 2023 - Outside of Dhaka city, Bangladesh

Most of the people in Bangladesh are followers of Islam. These Islam-loving people try to follow Islam properly. In spite of many differences, they worship only one God, especially the Muslims of Bengal are very conscious about obligatory fasting. Alhamdulillah. It is true that many people do not pray five times a day, but they never break their fast. Despite a thousand hardships, they fast for the sake of Allah alone. For the convenience of people living in different districts of Bangladesh, Pathway has created a district-based Sehri and Iftar time schedule for Ramadan 2023 Hijri 1444 where the last time of Iftar and Sehri of each district is mentioned along with the prayer for breaking the fast. All religious brothers are requested to participate in the Pathway Iftar Donation program to donate as much as they can. The list is based on the schedule of Sehri and Iftar time prepared by the Islamic Foundation Bangladesh. The list mentions how to understand the time of other districts by adding and subtracting some time from the time of Iftar and Sehri of Dhaka. I hope that the schedule of Ramadan 2023 for devout Muslim brothers and sisters will be useful in sha Allah.

Sehri and Iftar Time Schedule Ramadan Calendar 2023, Hijri 1444 for All district in Bangladesh

Sehri and Iftar Time Schedule Ramadan Calendar 2023, Hijri 1444 for All district in Bangladesh

Iftar and Sehri Time schedule of Holy Ramadan 2023 - District wise All over Bangladesh.

Iftar and Sehri Time schedule of Holy Ramadan 2023 - District wise All over Bangladesh.

Hijri 1444 AH (Calendar of Ramadan 2023 AD) Difference of time between Dhaka and other districts in terms of Sehri and Iftar:
Need to add time to Dhaka Need to reduce time from Dhaka
District Sehri District Iftar District Sehri District Iftar
Manikganj, Bogura, Sirajganj, Panchagarh, Nilphamari ,Vola 1 Min. Madaripur 1 Min. Noakhali, Sherpur, Jamalpur, Kurigram, Lalmonirhat, Narsingdi, Gaibandha, Cox's Bazar 1 Min. Shariatpur, Narsingdi, Barishal, Patuakhali, Sunamganj 1 Min.
Shariatpur,Dinajpur, Thakurgaon, Jaipurhat, Faridpur, Madaripur, Barishal 2 Min. Manikganj, Mymensingh, Gopalganj, Bagerhat, Faridpur 2 Min. Chattogram, Cumilla, Feni 2 Min. Chandpur, Brahmanbaria, Lakshmipur, Noakhali 2 Min.
Naogaon, Jhalokati, Gopalganj 3 Min.. Sherpur, Khulna, Khulna, Narail 3 Min. Mymensingh, Brahmanbaria, Kishoreganj 3 Min. Cumilla, Moulvi Bazar, Vola, Habiganj 3 Min.
Natore, Pabna, Kushtia, Rajbari, Magura, Pirojpur, Barguna, Patuakhali, Narail, Bagerhat 4 Min. Sirajganj, Jamalpur, Magura 4 Min. Rangamati, Bandarban, Netrokona, Habiganj 4 Min. Feni, Sylhet 4 Min.
Rajshahi, Jhenaidah, Jessore, Khulna 5 Min. Pabna, Jhenaidah, Jessore, Satkhira, Rajbari 5 Min. Khagrachari 5 Min.    
Chapainawabganj, Chuadanga 6 Min. Chuadanga, Gaibandha, Kushtia, Bogura 6 Min. Sunamganj, Moulvi Bazar 6 Min.    
Satkhira, Meherpur 7 Min. Natore, Meherpur, Kurigram 7 Min. Sylhet 7 Min. Khagrachari, Chattogram 7 Min.
    Rajshahi, Naogaon, Rangpur, Joypurhat, Lalmonirhat 8 Min.     Rangamati 8 Min.
    Nilphamari, Dinajpur, Chapainawabganj 9 Min.     Bandarban, Cox's Bazar 9 Min.
    Panchagarh, Thakurgaon 10 Min.        

This Ramadan 2023 Iftar and Sehri time Calendar is prepared by the Islamic Foundation

Sehri and Iftar time schedule Ramadan 2023 | Iftar Doa | Dua for Fasting | Dua for breaking the fast | Roja vangar dua | Iftar Dua Bangla

Iftar Dua with Bangla Pronunciation:  

The following dua should be recited at the end of Iftar:

Iftar dua Arabic:

ذَهَبَ الظَّمَأُ، وَابْتَلَّتِ الْعُرُوقُ، وَثَبَتَ الْأَجْرُ إِنْ شَاءَ اللَّهُ

Pronunciation: -Jahabaj Jama-U-wabtallati Uruku wa Sabatal Ajru in Shaa Allah.

Meaning: Thirst has gone, the arteries are moist, and the reward is sure, if Allah wills.

Reference: (Sunan Abi Dawud 2359 - Fasting (Kitab Al-Siyam) Islamic Foundation)।

Ramadan 2023 / 1444 - Fasting times, Sehri & Iftar Calendar

The last time to eat sehri is Ramadan 2023

Basically from the Qur'an and Sunnah, we know that,
When Subh-e-Sadiq rises at the dawn, the time for Fajr prayer begins and eating and drinking become haraam for the fasting person. (The time is called Subh-e-Sadiq when the aura of dawn is seen in the eastern sky in the north-south direction.).

How to know Iftar time every day:

If you have a smartphone, tab, laptop, or desktop and have an internet connection, you can know the time of daily iftar in seconds.
Do a Google search for "Sunset Today" to find out the time of Iftar every day and if you want to know the time of a specific area like Dhaka time, type "Sunset Today Dhaka" in the search box and you will get the exact time of sunset. Then you will get the time for today's iftar and you will be able to break the iftar accordingly in sha Allah.
In addition, the schedule for Iftar will be given in the form of a calendar, i.e. the calendar pathway for Ramadan 2023. Sehri and Iftar Schedule 2023 in Dhaka District and Outside Dhaka - Courtesy: Pathway.
There are a lot of people around us who do not want to use information technology for the benefit of science. And so they rely only on the call to prayer of the muezzin.
Many people associate Iftar with Azan. Iftar is basically associated with sunset, not with azan.

What is the reward of the person who provides food to the fasting person to break his fast? Islam questions and answers

There are many virtues in the hadith about the reward of the person who provides food to break the fast. This is the great charity work ever. 

One of the great deeds of the month of Ramadan is to make the fasting person break his fast. No matter what the financial status of the fasting person, whether he is poor or rich, friend or relative or distant person, or if he eats something and breaks his fast, there are many great benefits for everyone. Since in this happy moment of Iftar, everyone can come together and give fruitful advice to each other. As a result, mutual harmony, sympathy, solidarity, and compassion are created among them.

Moreover, it has a lot of rewards. Zaid bin Khalid Al-Juhani narrated that: The Messenger of Allah said: Whoever provides the food for a fasting person to break his fast with, then for him is the same reward as his (the fasting person's), without anything being diminished from the reward of the fasting person.

[REFERENCE: Tirmizi: Hadith 806]

Many of you may know that many of the Salaf used to give their Iftar to others while fasting. One of them is Abdullah bin Umar (R), Dawood Tbai, Malik bin Deenar, Ahmad bin Humble, etc. Abdullah bin Umar never used to break his fast alone except for some orphans and the poor. And if one day he found out that his family had prevented them from coming to him or turned them away, he would not have broken his fast that day!
Abu Sawar Adabi said that there were some people of the previous dynasty who used to offer prayers in this mosque; None of them used to break their fast alone with any food. If he had people to eat with, he would eat. Otherwise, he would come to the mosque with their iftar and eat with the people and people would break their iftar with them.

[REFERENCE: Fada'il of Ramadan and Masa'il of Fasting Chapter 10 - The Duties of Fasting in Ramadan]


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The virtue of feeding to break the fasting:

First of all, I would like to say Assalamu Alaikum, Peace be upon you"
All the praise of Allah- the Almighty, our Creator. Alhamdulillah!
“Ramadan is a month of patience. And the reward of patience is Paradise. ". I hope that Allah will accept us and your fasting and fasting. Ramadan is a month of self-purification for Muslims.

Only a fasting person can understand the satisfaction of breaking the fast at sunset with fasting all day. Islam is the religion of brotherhood. Everyone is busy making one iftar the other. However, some helpless poor people are deprived of this facility. Many people organize Iftar with their funds.

Pathway also organizes Iftar every day throughout Ramadan throughout the year. The rich and the poor present on the streets forget about discrimination and distribute Iftar among everyone. It is very difficult for a Pathway operator to complete or carry out such a large initiative. The task is much easier if you come forward, devout Muslim brothers and sisters.

Remember that Pathway does this only for the pleasure of Allah. Allaah says (interpretation of the meaning): “And cooperate with one another in righteousness and piety. Do not cooperate with each other in sinful deeds and transgressions. '- [Quran- Surah Ma'ida 5: verse 2]

And Allah will reward the good deeds without reckoning. The virtue of breaking the fast The person who wants to do a good deed but does not do it gets one reward for doing that deed. And the person who does a good deed gets rewarded up to 700 times for his deed.
Allah says in Quran,
The example of those who spend their wealth in the way of Allah is like a seed [of grain] which grows seven spikes; in each spike is a hundred grains. And Allah multiplies [His reward] for whom He wills. And Allah is all-Encompassing and Knowing. [Quran- Sura Bakarah 2: ayah 261]

And fasting is for Allah. No one knows the amount of its reward except Allah. 'Because Allah will give its reward. In a hadith Qudsi, the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: Allaah says, “All the deeds of the children of Adam are for him, but fasting is different because fasting is for me and I will reward it.” (Saheeh Bukhari, Hadith No. 1605).

One. Breaking the fast: The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: “Whoever feeds to breaks the fast will get the same reward as the fasting person; The reward of fasting will not be diminished in the slightest. ”[Sunan Tirmidhi (606)],

The virtues of Ramadan are much greater than other months of the year. The rewards and rewards of worship in this month are many times more than in other months.
Fasting is a blessed act of worship with which no other act of worship can be compared. Since if you make the fasting person break his fast, he will get the same amount of swab that he will get by keeping his fast.

So do not miss this opportunity. Many more acts of worship are performed through the act of feeding: Heart and love with the invited brothers. That heart and love is the reason for entering Paradise. As the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: You cannot enter Paradise without believing. And without mutual love, you will not have faith. ”[Sahih Muslim (54)]

By inviting people to the righteous people, companionship is gained, and by eating your food, they get the strength to do good deeds. Your donations or zakat money is a deposit/Amanah for us. We promise to use it appropriately. To join us in this good work, send donations for the Pathway Iftar program by visiting the link below and donate as much as you can. May Allah accept your bounty and give you a good reward. -Amen

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