MILLIONS of Muslims within the UK started fasting in sunlight hours right now to watch the holy month.
Muslims should additionally prayer 5 occasions daily throughout Ramadan, whichÂ commemorates the primary revelation of the Quran to Muhammad in keeping with Islamic perception.
A mosque in London created a helpful timetable to assist remind its followingÂ all the numerous occasions within the holy month.
The occasions embody when to benefit from the conventional meals ofÂ Iftar and Suhur.
What are Iftar and Suhur?
Muslims eat two bigger meals when the solar is down in Ramadan.
These are referred to as Iftar and Suhur.
The Suhur, which is consumed within the early hours of the morning, usually combinesÂ breads, potatoes, eggs and rice in addition to some dairy merchandise.
The IftarÂ is a blessing, usually loved as a group.
Vegetables and fruit are normally huge elements of the Iftar, as are many delicacies distinctive to the Islam faith.
When are the meals eaten through the holy month?
The SuhurÂ is consumed as early as 2.30am.
The timetable created by the London mosque states it ought to finish by 3.19am on the primary day of the holy month.
It’ll slowly be loved earlier and earlier, in keeping with the altering sunlight hours.
And theÂ Iftar is eaten as late as 9.40pm within the latter a part of the month.
The timetable suggests Muslims ought to have the meal at 8.50pm on the primary night time however this will get later as the times get longer.