Ramadan 2021 Georgia

Ramadan 2021 Georgia, a month of fasting for Muslims around the world, is a month of prayer and fasting. The precise Ramadan timings should be prepared in advance. The lunar calendar and the Georgia Ramadan moon play a key role in determining the exact time for the fast. Below are the Georgia Ramadan timings for 2021. Ensure that you are fasting in time for the upcoming holy month.

Atlanta’s Ramadan begins at 05:37 AM. The final prayer, iftar is at 8:22 PM. The aftari time is 05:37 AM. Atlanta is located in the southeast, making it one of the largest cities in the United States. Here is a Georgia Ramadan calendar. It also lists the times for Sehr-o-Iftar, and Suhoor.

Georgia will start Ramadan in 2021 ten to twelve more days ahead than it did this year. This shift in timing will result in a shorter month of fasting than in previous years. This year, Ramadan will begin 10 to 12 days earlier than it did last year, ending on Tuesday, May 11. In the United States, the first day of the fast was Thursday, April 23 or Friday, April 24. People in Muslim-majority nations use local moonsighters to mark Ramadan’s beginning.

If you are not familiar with the lunar calendar, Atlanta will be blessed with a crescent moon at Ramadan’s beginning. In some countries, the new lunar phase will be visible at an imsak time. According to the Islamic World League this time corresponds with the beginning of a new lunar month. Atlanta will be between these two periods. The first Eid Salat will be held at 8:00am and the second will be at 9:00am. Additionally, registration is now open for classes such as Hifz Al-Quran, Islmaic Uloom, Girls Sunday School, and Summer School.

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