Sehr o Iftar Time Mississauga
Today 26 February 2024, Sehri time Mississauga: 05:41 am and Iftar time Mississauga is 6:04 pm For Fiqa Hanafi (Sunni) followers, and for Fiqa Jafria (Shia) Sehri time today starts at 05:31 am and Iftar time is 06:14 pm.
Mississauga is a busy city close to Toronto, where about 10% of the people are Muslims.
During the holy month of Ramadan, Muslims wake up before dawn for Suhoor at Suhoor time in Mississauga and break their fast at Iftar time in Mississauga (at sunset) with family and friends. Check local Islamic calendars for exact timings as they change daily.
Special night prayers called Taraweeh are held throughout Ramadan, creating a unique spiritual atmosphere in mosques. Mosques and community centers including Jami Mosque Darul Islam, ICNA Ar-Rehman Islamic Center, Mississauga Muslim Community Center, and Jama Masjid (Islamic Propagation Center of Ontario) often host open Iftar events, fostering inclusivity and togetherness. Many Muslims also observe Itikaf during the last ten days of Ramadan.
Ramadan emphasizes generosity, with increased donations to charities and support for those in need. Mississauga's Ramadan falls in spring, bringing mild temperatures (average highs of 10°C to 18°C) and longer daylight hours, making outdoor gatherings and night prayers more comfortable.
As Ramadan unfolds, Muslims worldwide devote their time and energy to fasting and prayer, seeking forgiveness from Allah Almighty. The precise Ramadan timings in Mississauga on February 26, 2024 or 16 Shaban 1445, are provided on this page, including the Sehri time and Iftar time in Mississauga for today.
In Mississauga Ramadan 2024 timings today are as follows: For the general Islamic tradition, Sehri time today in Mississauga is at 05:31 am, and Iftar time today Mississauga is 6:04 pm also for those who following the Fiqa Hanafi & Shafi’i tradition (mostly Sunni Muslims in Canada),
the estimated today Sehri time is around 05:31 am, and the Iftar time is approximately 06:14 pm.
Meanwhile, Fiqa Jafria tradition (predominantly Shia Muslims in Canada), the estimated Sehri time today is around 05:31 am, with Iftar time today expected at approximately 06:14 pm.
The Ramazan timetable for Mississauga is crucial for the Muslim community, and accurate information about Sehri and Iftar timings is essential for
those observing the fast. It's important to note that the mentioned estimations are based on the calculation methods used by Fiqa Hanafi and Fiqa Jafria, and slight variations may occur based on factors
like the moon sighting and other considerations. It's worth noting that Sehri is also commonly known as suhoor or Sahoor, while Iftar is referred to as iftari in various parts of the world.
What is the Sehri time in Mississauga Today?
Many people use the Ramadan calendar to check suhoor or Sehri time in Mississauga. Today's Sehri time is 05:41 am on 26 February 2024, and the fasting day is expected to last 12 hours 4 minutes.
What is the Timing of Iftar in Mississauga?
The overall length of each fasting day determines the distance between Roza or Iftar hour. Today's Iftar time in Mississauga is 6:04 pm on 11 January 2024, and tomorrow's iftar time is 6:04 pm.
What is the exact starting time of Iftari in Mississauga?
The exact starting time of Iftari in Mississauga is 6:04 pm Typically, Iftari time is at sunset.
What is the end time for sehri in Mississauga?
The end time for Sehri in Mississauga is 05:41 am depend on day to day solar movement. Typically, Sehri ends approximately 5-10 minutes before the Fajr prayer time.
What time did Roza close in Mississauga?
The exact time when Roza closes in Mississauga is 05:41 am.
What are the fasting start and end timings For today?
On 26 Feb 2024 in Mississauga, today's fasting period begins at 05:41 am and concludes at 6:04 pm.
When will Ramadan start in Mississauga?
So far, first ramadan 2024 is expected in Mississauga to begin on 11 March and month of ramzan end on 9 April, find out the full Ramadan timing 2024 calendar.
When will Eid Ul Fitr start in Mississauga?
This year Eid ul Fitr will be expected to celebrate in Mississauga on 9 April.
When will Eid ul Fitr holidays celebrating started in Mississauga?
This year Eid ul Fitr holidays celebrating is expected to start from 9th April to 11th April.