First Day of Ramadan 2018 in Dubai, UAE Announced
Do you know that when is the first day of Ramadan in the UAE? Well there is a good news for the people of United Arab Emirates (UAE) that finally after waiting around for so long time the date of Ramadan 2018 has been all announced.
It has been just newly announced that the in UAE the Ramadan will begin on Thursday that is 15th May, 2018. This date has been all declared by the officials at the Sharjah Planetarium.
In detail we would like to mention that the new moon of the month of Shawwal 1439 AH as which marks the end of Ramadan will appear on Thursday, June 14th, 2018. The sun will set on that day at the time of 7:13pm. This means that 14th June, 2018 will going to mark up with the beginning of Eid al-Fitr and the month of Shawwal.
Time Duration of Ramadan Fast in Dubai, UAE:
According to the reports of the astronomers the crescent moon of the holy month will appear on Thursday that is 15th May, 2018. The sun will set that day at 7:13pm. In addition to all such reports the Planetarium has further added with the statement that the daylight hours at the beginning of Ramadan will going to have the amount to 13 hours and 45 minutes. In this way the fasting period will going to be approximately 15 hours and 15 minutes. At the ending point of the Ramadan, daylight hours will amount to 13 hours and 25 minutes and hence the fasting period will be approximately 14 hours and 55 minutes.
Temperature of UAE in Ramadan Month:
In UAE the summer season will be at its peak on 30th June 2018. During the time of Ramadan month the average scale of the temperature within Dubai will going to be 43 degrees Celsius. This will going to drop at the scale of 42 degrees at the end of the season.
Here we would like to add up that in some countries of the world the time duration of keeping yourself in the fast in rather changed. In the place of UK you are supposed to fast for around 16.5 hours. As in the place of Tokyo the sunrise will be around 4:25am and sunset will be at 7:00pm. In the same way in the places of Reykjavik, Iceland you will going to experience 24 hours of daylight. It is to be mentioned that no matter in whatsoever place Muslims are living they should follow the Ramadan fasting schedule according to that city time table.
So this was the complete Ramadan schedule for the people of UAE! If you want to know the Ramadan schedule of your city then don't forget to sign into this webpage right now. Soon we will going to upload the page with the Sehri and Iftar chart for the Muslims of various countries!