Ramadan 2023 India: All You Need to Know

By Saniya Baxi | 19, Apr, 2021
Ramadan 2022 India: All You Need to Know

Ramadan is one of the most important for all the Muslims out there due to the significance it holds in Islam. 

Now, if you’re in India, and don’t want to spend all the time that you could use for praying, in finding out Ramadan information, then we are here to help you out! You can visit our new Ramadan 2023 website.

Moreover, this blog will also help you find everything that you need to know regarding Ramadan 2023 in India


When Is Ramadan in India?

The month of Ramadan takes place in the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. Hence, this year, Ramadan is between March-April in India. 

So, depending on the moon sightings, Ramadan is expected to start on 22nd of March, 2023. 


When Does Ramadan End in India?

Depending on the moon sightings, Ramadan in India will end on the evening of the 21st of April.


Ramadan 2023 Prayer Times in India

The timings may differ which is why you can use the HalalTrip website to know the exact timings for every location and day.


What Is the Qibla Direction in India?

The Qibla direction in India usually lies near the West direction. However, it is essential that you find the exact Qibla direction. 

For this, you can always make use of apps that can help you find the exact direction. For instance, you can use always use the HalalTrip website to get an accurate idea about the direction. You can also go for the Halaltrip app. 


When Is Laylatul Qadr in India? 

Laylatul Qadr is one of the most important days of Ramadan. So, according to some scholars, it might be on the 27th day of Ramadan. However, some also say that it can fall on any odd day of the last 10 days of Ramadan. 

Hence, there’s no exact date for Laylatul Qadr which is why it is always a good idea to pray as much as you can during the last 10 days of Ramadhan!


When Is Eid in India?

In India, Eid-Ul-Fitr will be on April 22nd, 2023. However, it may get delayed by one day if there’s no moon sighting.


How Long Will People In India Fast in Ramadan 2023?

Muslims in India fast for around 13 hours or more, depending on the Suhoor and Iftar timings, for around 30 days for Ramadan. 


Are Masjids Open During Ramadan 2023 in India?

Due to the decreasing COVID-19 cases and fewer health restrictions, many Masjids are expected to open during Ramadan 2023 and resume their usual prayers or festivities in many Indian states. 

You can still check in with your local authorities to know whether they are open or not. 


India: Mosque Near Me

If you’re looking to go to the Mosques, make sure you find the one which is nearest to your location. For this, you can use the HalalTrip website to find out Mosques in your locality. 


What Time Is Iftar/Sahur in India?

Given below is a list of Iftar and Sahur timings in some of the main cities of India as of 22nd March 2023

However, the timings differ location-wise and day-wise. So, we advise you to check the timings daily, as per your location, to avoid any mistakes and confusion. 

City Sahur Iftar
Delhi 05:05 AM 6:34 PM
Mumbai 05:29 AM 6:50 PM
Kolkata 04:25 AM 5:48 PM
Hyderabad 05:07 AM 6:27 PM
Bengaluru 05:12 AM 6:31 PM
Patna 04:35 AM 6:01 PM
Srinagar 05:09 AM 6:44 PM
Ahmedabad 05:27 AM 6:51 PM
Guwahati 04:09 AM 5:35 PM
Lucknow 04:51 AM 6:18 PM


India: Halal Restaurants near me

As India consists of many Muslims, you can find plenty of Halal restaurants in your locality. 

But, just to be sure, consider using the HalalTrip website to find Halal restaurants around you!


Food Delivery in India

Food delivery is open in most of Indian states. However, the food delivery timings may be affected due to the opening times difference across various states and cities. 

You can always check in with food delivery apps and restaurants to know whether they deliver past certain hours or not. 


Final Thoughts

So, that’s everything that you need to know regarding Ramadan 2023 in India! For more information, you can always visit our HalalTrip blog for more Ramadan-related information.


Cover Image Credit: Vivek Kumar on Unsplash

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