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Ramadan and Prayer Timings in Dubai 2021

Ramadan and Prayer Timings in Dubai 2021
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The most important month in Islamic calendar is just around the corner. And, if Ramadan grocery shopping is off your list, it is probably the time when you are searching for prayer timings for Ramadan in Dubai or Iftar timings in Dubai. Well, your search ends here since we have compiled a comprehensive schedule for suhoor, iftar, and namaz including imsak. 

Before we get into further details, here are a few things you should know about this holy month. The Islamic calendar works according to the phases of the moon, as a result of which Ramadan falls almost 10 days earlier every year. The starting date for Ramadan this year is expected to be 13th April, 2021, which may differ following the sight over of the moon. 

Prayer Timings for Ramadan in Dubai 2021 

Ramadan in Dubai
Offer prayers, recite Holy Quran and spend time on self-reflection during Ramadan.

As much as it is important to keep a track of all the prayer timings, it can be difficult to stay updated with all the Ramadan prayer timings 2021. To help you with this, we have compiled the prayer timings for Ramadan which would cover all the prayers from Sehri time in Dubai to Iftar time in Dubai along with other daily prayer timings. 

Schedule for Prayer Timings for Ramadan 

Ramadan schedule
Keep a track of all the prayer timings during Ramadan.

During Ramadan, the Fasting time in Dubai starts a few minutes before Fajr prayers at the time of Imsak and all the Muslims break their fast at the Maghrib prayers.

RamadanDay Date ImsakFajrDhuhrAsrMaghribIsha 
01Tuesday 13 April 214:29 am4:39 am12:22 pm3:52 pm6:44
pm 
8:00 pm 
02Wednesday14 April 214:28 am4:38 am12:22 pm3:52 pm6:44
pm
8:01 pm
03Thursday15 April 214:27 am4:37 am12:22 pm3:52 pm6:45
pm
8:01 pm
04Friday16 April 214:26 am4:36 am12:21 pm3:52 pm6:45
pm
8:02 pm
05Saturday17 April 214:25 am4:35 am12:21 pm3:51 pm6:46
pm
8:03 pm
06Sunday18 April 214:23 am4:33 am12:21 pm3:51 pm6:46
pm
8:03 pm
07Monday19 April 214:22 am4:32 am12:21 pm3:51 pm6:47
pm
8:04 pm
08Tuesday20 April 214:21 am4:31 am12:21 pm3:51 pm6:47
pm
8:05 pm
09Wednesday21 April 214:20 am4:30 am12:20 pm3:51 pm6:48
pm
8:05 pm
10Thursday22 April 214:19 am4:29 am12:20 pm3:50 pm6:48
pm
8:06 pm
11Friday23 April 214:18 am4:28 am12:20 pm3:50 pm6:49
pm
8:07 pm
12Saturday24 April 214:17 am4:27 am12:20 pm3:50 pm6:49
pm
8:07 pm
13Sunday25 April 214:16 am4:26 am12:20 pm3:50 pm6:50
pm
8:08 pm
14Monday26 April 214:15 am4:25 am12:19 pm3:49 pm6:50
pm
8:09 pm
15Tuesday27 April 214:14 am4:24 am12:19 pm3:49 pm6:51
pm
8:09 pm
16Wednesday28 April 214:13 am4:23 am12:19 pm3:49 pm6:51
pm
8:10 pm
17Thursday29 April 214:12 am4:22 am12:19 pm3:49 pm6:52
pm
8:11 pm
18Friday30 April 214:11 am4:21 am12:19 pm3:48 pm6:52
pm
8:11 pm
19Saturday01 May 214:10 am4:20 am12:19 pm3:48 pm6:53
pm
8:12 pm
20Sunday02 May 214:09 am4:19 am12:19 pm3:48 pm6:53
pm
8:13 pm
21Monday03 May 214:08 am4:18 am12:19 pm3:48 pm6:54
pm
8:13 pm
22Tuesday04 May 214:07 am4:17 am12:18 pm3:47 pm6:54
pm
8:14 pm
23Wednesday05 May 214:07 am4:17 am12:18 pm3:47 pm6:55
pm
8:15 pm
24Thursday06 May 214:06 am4:16 am12:18 pm3:47 pm6:55
pm
8:16 pm
25Friday07 May 214:05 am4:15 am12:18 pm3:47 pm6:56
pm
8:16 pm
26Saturday08 May 214:04 am4:14 am12:18 pm3:46 pm6:56
pm
8:17 pm
27Sunday09 May 214:03 am4:13 am12:18 pm3:46 pm6:57
pm
8:18 pm
28Monday10 May 214:02 am4:12 am12:18 pm3:46 pm6:57
pm
8:19 pm
29Tuesday11 May 214:02 am4:12 am12:18 pm3:46 pm6:58
pm
8:19 pm
30Wednesday12 May 214:01 am4:11 am12:18 pm3:46 pm6:58
pm
8:20 pm

How to Find Today’s Iftar Timings in Dubai?

Iftar takes place during sunset. If you are wondering what is today’s Iftar time in Dubai, take a look at the table above and follow these steps: 

  • Take a look at the current date 
  • Refer to the Maghrib column 

How to Find Today’s Suhoor Timings in Dubai?

If you are wondering what is today’s Suhoor time in Dubai, take a look at the table above and follow these steps: 

  • Take a look at the current date 
  • Refer to the Fajr column 

Implication of Prayer Timings in Other Cities 

Prayer timings in the UAE
Prayer timings for Dubai, Ajman and Sharjah are the same.

The Dubai prayer time 2021 for Ramadan would be followed to keep a track of prayer time in Sharjah as well as Ajman. Both of these cities follow the same prayer schedule as Dubai, therefore, all the people observing fast in any of these three Emirates will be praying on the same timings. 

Moreover, if you are a resident of Abu Dhabi, this schedule will still be handy for you. All you have to do is add four minutes to the timings mentioned. Likewise, people living in Ras Al Khaimah, Fujairah, Umm Al Quwain and other cities nearby can also follow this schedule, just deduct four minutes from the timings given in the table and you are good to go. 

Important Nights in Ramadan for Prayers 

Grand night of Ramadan
Laylat ul Qadar is considered to be the Grand night of Ramadan.

The last 10 nights of Ramadan are believed to be the most important nights for the Muslims to pray and ask for forgiveness during the holy month. It is believed that the first revelation of the Holy Quran was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H) during the last 10 days of Ramadan in 610 AD. 

However, the night of 27th Ramadan called Laylat ul Qadar is considered to be the Grand night of Ramadan and is said to be better than a thousand months of worship and reward in Islam. There are plenty of things which you can do on this auspicious night to gain good deeds and blessings, like reciting the Holy Quran, Supplications, perform I’tikaf and spend time on self-reflection. 

Frequently Asked Questions 

What is IMSAK?

IMSAK is the time before Fajr prayer when all the Muslims begin their fast, the time of IMSAK is usually 10 minutes before the Fajr Prayers. 

Are the prayer timings same in every city of the UAE?

Prayer timings for Dubai and other cities of the UAE vary with a difference of a few minutes.

At what time of the night can we Pray Tahajjud? 

You can pray Tahajjud at any time of the night, you just need to make sure that you pray after waking up from sleep and before the Fajr prayers. 

Is it important for everyone to pray in Mosques?

It is preferred that Muslims offer their prayers in Mosque, however, they can also pray anywhere else as long as it is clean.

Before we sign-off, you should know that COVID-19 restrictions are still there. Stay safe!  

That wraps up our guide to the prayer timings for Ramadan in Dubai. Ramadan in the UAE is one of the most magical and peaceful times of the year.Keep visiting Propertify Blog for more interesting guides and details for the month of Ramadan. Follow our Facebook page for daily updates in the UAE.