Ramadan calendar 2021 Germany: The Muslim fasting month of Ramadan will start in Germany today the 13th of April 2021. The holy month comes in the midst of the hard lockdown.
The beginning and end of Islamic months are determined by the spotting of the moon. Here’s the timetable for the Holy month in Germany:
Ramadan Calendar Germany 2021 (First day)
|City||Fajr [Imsak]||Dhuhr||Asr||Maghrib [Iftar]||Isha|
|Munich||4:35 AM||1:13 PM||4:57 PM||7:59 PM||9:43 PM|
|Koeln||4:40 AM||1:32 PM||5:16 PM||8:22 PM||10:14 PM|
|Hamburg||4:12 AM||1:20 PM||5:04 PM||8:14 PM||10:16 PM|
|Berlin||4:05 AM||1:06 PM||4:50 PM||7:59 PM||9:57 PM|
Ramadan Timetable 2021 Germany
|Stuttgart||04:38 am||08:13 pm|
|Muenchen||04:32 am||08:02 pm|
|Bremen||04:15 am||08:22 pm|
|Hamburg||04:07 am||08:19 pm|
|Frankfurt Am Main||04:33 am||08:17 pm|
|Dortmund||04:31 am||08:25 pm|
|Koeln||04:36 am||08:26 pm|
|Berlin||04:01 am||08:03 pm|
|Duesseldorf||04:35 am||08:27 pm|
Germany is a country that exercises religious freedom and hence the Muslim community faces no difficulty observing Islamic values during Ramadan. However this year shall be again under extended lockdown restrictions set by Merkel.
What is Ramadan End Date in Germany?
This year Ramadan Ends on 12th May 2021. It is generally observed that Ramadan starts one day later in some parts of the world majorly in sub-content including India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and many other countries.
With the coronavirus pandemic appearing largely under control in the city-state, most worshippers will be permitted to perform congregational prayers in mosques, though migrant workers will be restricted to praying in their residences.
The World Health Organisation had warned of a possible surge in coronavirus infections during the month of Ramadan.