Ramadan 2017 Germany - Ramadan Calendar 2017 And Times


InshaALLAH, First Ramadan in Germany (Germany) start from 27th May 2017, Saturday. It is expected that Ramadan 2017 must have 30 fasting and end on Sunday 25 June. (Dates may vary, it is recommended to wait until official announcement)

Ramadan timetable 2017 (calendar) Germany with Suhoor-o-Iftar times

Calculation method: Muslim World League 
RamadandateDaySuhoor times 
(Berlin - Hamburg - Munich - Cologne - Frankfurt)
Iftar times 
(Berlin - Hamburg - Munich - Cologne - Frankfurt)
127th CanSaturday04:17 AM - 03:22 AM - 03:30 AM - 03:35 AM - 03:31 AM07:15 PM - 08:31 PM - 09:48 PM - 09:24 PM - 08:39 PM
228th CanSunday04:16 AM - 03:21 AM - 03:30 AM - 03:34 AM - 03:30 AM07:15 PM - 08:32 PM - 09:49 PM - 09:25 PM - 08:40 PM
329th CanMonday04:16 AM - 03:19 AM - 03:30 AM - 03:34 AM - 03:28 AM07:16 PM - 08:33 PM - 09:49 PM - 09:26 PM - 08:41 PM
430th CanTuesday04:16 AM - 03:18 AM - 03:29 AM - 03:34 AM - 03:27 AM07:16 PM - 08:34 PM - 09:52 PM - 09:27 PM - 08:42 PM
531st CanWednesday04:15 AM - 03:17 AM - 03:28 AM - 03:33 AM - 03:26 AM07:17 PM - 08:35 PM - 09:53 PM - 09:29 PM - 08:43 PM
61st of JuneThursday04:15 AM - 03:16 AM - 03:28 AM - 03:33 AM - 03:25 AM07:17 PM - 08:36 PM - 09:54 PM - 09:30 PM - 08:44 PM
72nd JuneFriday04:15 AM - 03:15 AM - 03:28 AM - 03:33 AM - 03:24 AM07:18 PM - 08:37 PM - 09:55 PM - 09:30 PM - 08:45 PM
8th3rd of JuneSaturday04:14 AM - 03:14 AM - 03:27 AM - 03:32 AM - 03:23 AM07:18 PM - 08:37 PM - 09:56 PM - 09:31 PM - 08:45 PM
94th of JuneSunday04:14 AM - 03:13 AM - 03:27 AM - 03:32 AM - 03:22 AM07:19 PM - 08:38 PM - 09:57 PM - 09:32 PM - 08:46 PM
105th of JuneMonday04:14 AM - 03:12 AM - 03:27 AM - 03:32 AM - 03:21 AM07:19 PM - 08:39 PM - 09:58 PM - 09:33 PM - 08:47 PM
116th of JuneTuesday04:14 AM - 03:11 AM - 03:26 AM - 03:32 AM - 03:20 AM07:19 PM - 08:40 PM - 09:59 PM - 09:34 PM - 08:48 PM
127th of JuneWednesday04:14 AM - 03:10 AM - 03:26 AM - 03:32 AM - 03:19 AM07:20 PM - 08:40 PM - 10:00 PM - 09:35 PM - 08:49 PM
138th of JuneThursday04:13 AM - 03:10 AM - 03:26 AM - 03:31 AM - 03:19 AM07:20 PM - 08:41 PM - 10:01 PM - 09:36 PM - 08:49 PM
149th of JuneFriday04:13 AM - 03:09 AM - 03:26 AM - 03:31 AM - 03:18 AM07:21 PM - 08:42 PM - 10:02 PM - 09:36 PM - 08:50 PM
1510th of JuneSaturday04:13 AM - 03:08 AM - 03:26 AM - 03:31 AM - 03:17 AM07:21 PM - 08:42 PM - 10:03 PM - 09:37 PM - 08:51 PM
1611th of JuneSunday04:13 AM - 03:08 AM - 03:26 AM - 03:31 AM - 03:17 AM07:21 PM - 08:43 PM - 10:03 PM - 09:38 PM - 08:51 PM
1712th of JuneMonday04:13 AM - 03:07 AM - 03:26 AM - 03:31 AM - 03:17 AM07:22 PM - 08:44 PM - 10:04 PM - 09:38 PM - 08:52 PM
1813th of JuneTuesday04:13 AM - 03:07 AM - 03:26 AM - 03:31 AM - 03:16 AM07:22 PM - 08:44 PM - 10:04 PM - 09:39 PM - 08:52 PM
1914th of JuneWednesday04:13 AM - 03:07 AM - 03:25 AM - 03:31 AM - 03:16 AM07:22 PM - 08:45 PM - 10:05 PM - 09:39 PM - 08:53 PM
2015th of JuneThursday04:13 AM - 03:06 AM - 03:25 AM - 03:31 AM - 03:16 AM07:23 PM - 08:45 PM - 10:06 PM - 09:40 PM - 08:53 PM
2116th JuneFriday04:13 AM - 03:06 AM - 03:26 AM - 03:31 AM - 03:15 AM07:23 PM - 08:45 PM - 10:06 PM - 09:40 PM - 08:54 PM
2217th JuneSaturday04:13 AM - 03:06 AM - 03:26 AM - 03:31 AM - 03:15 AM07:23 PM - 08:46 PM - 10:07 PM - 09:41 PM - 08:54 PM
2318th JuneSunday04:14 AM - 03:06 AM - 03:26 AM - 03:32 AM - 03:15 AM07:24 PM - 08:46 PM - 10:07 PM - 09:41 PM - 08:54 PM
2419th JuneMonday04:14 AM - 03:06 AM - 03:26 AM - 03:32 AM - 03:15 AM07:24 PM - 08:47 PM - 10:07 PM - 09:41 PM - 08:55 PM
2520th JuneTuesday04:14 AM - 03:06 AM - 03:26 AM - 03:32 AM - 03:15 AM07:24 PM - 08:47 PM - 10:08 PM - 09:41 PM - 08:55 PM
26June 21stWednesday04:14 AM - 03:06 AM - 03:26 AM - 03:32 AM - 03:16 AM07:24 PM - 08:47 PM - 10:08 PM - 09:42 PM - 08:55 PM
27June 22ndThursday04:14 AM - 03:07 AM - 03:26 AM - 03:32 AM - 03:16 AM07:25 PM - 08:47 PM - 10:08 PM - 09:42 PM - 08:55 PM
28June 23rdFriday04:14 AM - 03:07 AM - 03:27 AM - 03:33 AM - 03:16 AM07:25 PM - 08:47 PM - 10:08 PM - 09:42 PM - 08:56 PM
2924th of JuneSaturday04:15 AM - 03:07 AM - 03:27 AM - 03:33 AM - 03:17 AM07:25 PM - 08:48 PM - 10:08 PM - 09:42 PM - 08:56 PM
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End of the Ramadan dates Germany (Berlin, Hamburg, Munich, Cologne, Frankfurt, Stuttgart, Duesseldorf, Dortmund, Essen, Bremen, Dresden, Leipzig, Hanover, Nuremberg, Duisburg, Bochum, Wuppertal, Bonn, Bielefeld, Mannhei, etc. )
25th of JuneSunday04:15 AM - 03:08 AM - 03:27 AM - 03:33 AM - 03:17 AM07:25 PM - 08:48 PM - 10:08 PM - 09:42 PM - 08:56 PM
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Ramadan Calendar 2017 Germany

When do Ramadan begin and end?

According to the Islamic calendar, the first day of Ramadan Kareem begins with the appearance of the crescent moon on the last day of the month Shaban. If on the 29th Shaban, due to the weather conditions or for any other reason moon not visible it recommends Ramadan month after releasing Shaban to complete its 30 days completely. Likewise, it is the last day of Ramadan Mubarak when the moon of Shawwal becomes visible or Ramadan complete its 30 days.

Ramadan Germany data schedule

yearFirst RamadanLast Ramadan
2015June 18, ThursdayJuly 17, Friday
20167 June, TuesdayJuly 6, Wednesday
2017May 27, Saturday25 June, Sunday
2018May 17th, ThursdayJune 14th, Thursday
20196 May, Monday4 June, Tuesday
2020April 24, FridayMay 23rd, Saturday
202113 April, TuesdayMay 12, Wednesday
20223 April, Sunday2 May, Monday
202323 March, ThursdayApril 21, Friday
2024March 11, Monday9 April, Tuesday

About Ramadan month

Ramadan is the month of fasting, which takes place during the sun hours. Medium at fast to eat or drink before sunrise and after sunset, only. How beautiful is it to see thousands of people, united in a single act of worship and an action that is pure in any form. Ramadan is the time of the year when the Muslims unite around the world through a single religious ritual, from sunrise to sunset fast. They wake up before dawn, to eat a heavy meal (veryi) and then to initiate their fasting through the offer of Fajr prayer. At sunset they break the fast with varieties of food and fruit prepared for the Iftari. In the period from sunrise to sunset, you must eat food, water, liquids, Sexual intercourse and all kinds of undesirable behavior. One must be pure self from all the evils and injustices of a society. It is not just a test of physical patience in terms of hunger but also a spiritual test. 

Ramadan basically falls into the ninth lunar month and initiates with the new moon sight and ends with the sight of the moon of the next month. This fast period will be different for each area, depending on their respective timing. Fasting is one of the five pillars of Islam and is binding (Farz) on every Muslim from the age of 12 years. The duty of fasting is mentioned in this Koranic verse; It is not just a test of physical patience in terms of hunger but also a spiritual test. Ramadan basically falls into the ninth lunar month and initiates with the new moon sight and ends with the sight of the moon of the next month. This fast period will vary for each area, depending on their respective timing. Fasting is one of the five pillars of Islam and is binding (Farz) on every Muslim from the age of 12 years. The duty of fasting is mentioned in this Koranic verse; It is not just a test of physical patience in terms of hunger but also a spiritual test. Ramadan basically falls into the ninth lunar month and initiates with the new moon sight and ends with the sight of the moon of the next month. This fast period will vary for each area, depending on their respective timing. Fasting is one of the five pillars of Islam and is binding (Farz) on every Muslim from the age of 12 years. The duty of fasting is mentioned in this Koranic verse; Depending on their respective timing. Fasting is one of the five pillars of Islam and is binding (Farz) on every Muslim from the age of 12 years. The duty of fasting is mentioned in this Koranic verse; Depending on their respective timing. Fasting is one of the five pillars of Islam and is binding (Farz) on every Muslim from the age of 12 years. The duty of fasting is mentioned in this Koranic verse;

"O ye who believe! Fasting is prescribed for you, as it is prescribed to those before you, that you may attain Taqwa [the consciousness of God]." - The Qur ', Al-Baqarah: 183


Fasting is essential for all healthy people and some exceptions are allowed for people falling into one of the categories below;

  • Children under the age of maturity. Girls reach the age of 12 and young reach you around 15. Before that age, you have to fast for half a day or so to develop a habit.
  • Old people and those who are extremely ill can skip quickly. Instead of feeding a poor person for every day that is skipped.
  • Women who are pregnant or menstruation can skip the days and makeup for the days later.
  • People who work hard jobs or travel can look for your missed days when you have time later.

And a name of a few random countries visitors checking currently include; Turkey , Italy , France , Australia , India , and Canada . 

This leniency is because Islam wants to burden his followers unnecessarily. There are also some situations when the person inadvertently or unconsciously eats or drinks something. In such a case, his fasting is not broken, but a penalty must be paid, which is also known as Kaffarah. The person must arrange in this Kaffarah food for poor people and assume responsibility for their fasting. The Kaffarah differs for different situations and can be discussed with some scholar scholars details. 

When a person fast, it does not mean that he / she is idling at home and waiting for sunset. The person is obliged to continue his daily routine with usual tasks like any other day. This is actually where the test of patience comes in that how to manage the person, way of food as well as bad behavior. As already mentioned, it is equally a spiritual revival as it is a physical ritual. Fasting is an amazing ritual and this can be derived from the numerous advantages that it holds. This is actually where the test of patience comes in that how to manage the person, way of food as well as bad behavior. As already mentioned, it is equally a spiritual revival as it is a physical ritual. Fasting is an amazing ritual and this can be derived from the numerous advantages that it holds. This is actually where the test of patience comes in that how to manage the person, way of food as well as bad behavior. As already mentioned, it is equally a spiritual revival as it is a physical ritual. Fasting is an amazing ritual and this can be derived from the numerous advantages that it holds.