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New Ramzan Calendars,Dua,Wazeefay,Best Diets Sehar o Aftar ,Wallpapers and all 2017-18

New Ramzan Calendars,Dua,Wazeefay,Best Diets Sehar o Aftar ,Wallpapers and all 2017-18.Ramadan and its timings for Sehr and Iftar for the year of 2017 in different cities.Ramadan is the ninth month in the Islamic Calendar and it is important and considered as at least equivalent thousands of years or high ranked month. It is a month where Muslim fast whole month and pray to Allah and ask for forgiveness. Every Muslim do good deeds and make the most of this blessed month Ramadan. Every human is assigned duties and has been told the ways to live life. Islam is the most practiced religion in the world and Holy month of Ramadan comes every year to give Muslims a chance to pray, help, do good, be honest and become the best Human being. Every Muslim prays with intervals and offers Nafils, Recite Quran and Pray late at nights to earn the rewards from the most merciful and greatest ALLAH.

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New Ramzan Calendars

Ramadan Mubarak and Ramadan timings For Karachi

Iftar Sehr Date Roza

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Beautiful Ramazan Quotes

Ramadan Mubarak and Ramadan timings for QUETTA

Sehr-o-Iftar Time (Hanafi)
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7:28 pm 03:57 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Sunday.jpg 28 May 1
7:28 pm 03:57 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Monday.jpg 29 May 2
7:29 pm 03:56 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Tuesday.jpg 30 May 3
7:29 pm 03:56 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Wednesday.jpg 31 May 4
7:30 pm 03:55 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Thursday.jpg 01 June 5
7:30 pm 03:55 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Friday.jpg 02 June 6
7:31 pm 03:54 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Saturday.jpg 03 June 7
7:31 pm 03:54 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Sunday.jpg 04 June 8
7:32 pm 03:54 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Monday.jpg 05 June 9
7:32 pm 03:53 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Tuesday.jpg 06 June 10
7:33 pm 03:53 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Wednesday.jpg 07 June 11
7:33 pm 03:53 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Thursday.jpg 08 June 12
7:34 pm 03:53 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Friday.jpg 09 June 13
7:34 pm 03:53 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Saturday.jpg 10 June 14
7:35 pm 03:52 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Sunday.jpg 11 June 15
7:35 pm 03:52 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Monday.jpg 12 June 16
7:35 pm 03:52 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Tuesday.jpg 13 June 17
7:36 pm 03:52 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Wednesday.jpg 14 June 18
7:36 pm 03:52 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Thursday.jpg 15 June 19
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7:37 pm 03:52 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Sunday.jpg 18 June 22
7:37 pm 03:53 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Monday.jpg 19 June 23
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7:38 pm 03:54 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Saturday.jpg 24 June 28
7:38 pm 03:54 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Sunday.jpg 25 June 29
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Ramadan Mubarak and Ramadan Timings for Islamabad 2017

Sehr-o-Iftar Time (Hanafi)
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7:12 pm 03:19 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Sunday.jpg 28 May 1
7:12 pm 03:18 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Monday.jpg 29 May 2
7:13 pm 03:17 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Tuesday.jpg 30 May 3
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7:19 pm 03:13 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Saturday.jpg 10 June 14
7:19 pm 03:13 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Sunday.jpg 11 June 15
7:20 pm 03:12 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Monday.jpg 12 June 16
7:20 pm 03:12 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Tuesday.jpg 13 June 17
7:20 pm 03:12 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Wednesday.jpg 14 June 18
7:21 pm 03:12 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Thursday.jpg 15 June 19
7:21 pm 03:12 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Friday.jpg 16 June 20
7:21 pm 03:12 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Saturday.jpg 17 June 21
7:22 pm 03:12 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Sunday.jpg 18 June 22
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7:22 pm 03:13 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Tuesday.jpg 20 June 24
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7:23 pm 03:13 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Thursday.jpg 22 June 26
7:23 pm 03:13 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Friday.jpg 23 June 27
7:23 pm 03:14 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Saturday.jpg 24 June 28
7:23 pm 03:14 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Sunday.jpg 25 June 29
7:23 pm 03:14 am https://hamariweb.com/islam/images/Monday.jpg 26 June 30

Important Ramadan ul Kareem Duas

Ramadan is a month of blessings and all the ways moreover gates for forgiveness are open so that we all can ask for forgiveness and seek help and guidance from Allah to become a better Muslim and live our lives according to teachings of Islam and Prophet Muhammad Peace Be Upon Him’s Sunnat and ways for doing life. Allah is the most merciful and the greastest, he is giving us another month of blessing to be better and help the needy. Make the most of this blessed month Ramadan and earn as much good deeds and blessings as you can

Beautiful Juma Mubarak Wallaper

Duas for Ramadan day 1-5

Duas for Ramadan day 6-11

Duas for Ramadan days 12-17

Duas for Ramadan days 18-23

Duas for Ramadan day 24

Duas for Ramadan days 25-30

Roza Rakhne ki neyat in Urdu

Ramadan best diet for sehr and iftar in Pakistan:

Ramadan is holy month and blessing month where Muslims fast for a month for his Allah and ask for forgiveness of sins and pray as much as they can, this is the month for us to tell us that how we must live our lives and do good all the time and leave all bad things at one side. Pray, help, forgive, be honest and become a better Muslim and human being.

A guide for a good diet for Sehr and iftar so we all can stay fit and be healthy all Ramadan to make the most of this Blessed month and earn good deeds. The most important thing in Ramadan is to keep yourself hydrated, get a well-balanced diet and have the right choices of food and drinks in the month of Ramadan for a healthy mind and body.

Diet for Sehri in Ramadan 2017

  1. Oat meal packed with fruits

Combine oat meal and fruit to have one of the healthiest food in sehri and it will take only 5-10 minutes to make it.

Omelette paratha

Pakistani loves to have Paratha anytime, so make a Paratha in less oil or olive oil to have the healthy diet and cook an omelette with it either have it separately or make a stuffed egg paratha.

Sehri Qeema

Qeema is the easiest to cook and light meal to have in Sehri, either with roti or Paratha. You can cook Qeema and freeze it to just heat it in sehri and have it fresh.

Three-bean salad

If you want to eat only healthy and stick to your healthy diet then three bean includes Kidney beans, Chick peas, corn, black beans and little yogurt to have another protein full and low calorie meal.

Shami Kebab

Shami kabab is the most famous to have in sehri in Pakistan, so many frozen shami kabab products are now available that just needs oil and pan to cook it.

Diet for Iftar:

Dates: our way to open Roza Pakoray: A Must have dish in Ramadan, add baisan, water, lal mirchi and mix then make it in hot oil. Fruit Salad: Mix and cut pieces of fruits like magoes, apples, banana, pear and melon Sandwiches: Either have chicken sandwiches with little sauce or hunter beef sandwiches with little mayonnaise and fries on side. Water: Not too cool, just little chill water is better to have in Iftar.

Other iftar recipes ideas include: Chicken sticks, Spring Roll, Samosas, lemon water and Rooh Afza.

Ramadan Mubarak wallpapers

Ramadan Calender 2017:

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Ramadan Mubarak Facebook Covers and Wallpaper

We all must offer Nafils, Recite Quran, give Zakat, do good deeds with pure intentions. Allah has given every Muslim a chance to seek for forgiveness and ask Allah to forgive their small and big sins and never repeat their mistakes again. They should promise themselves to become a good human being. Ramadan is celebrated and owns high respect in all Muslim and non- Muslim countries. People tend to offer Umrah as well in Ramadan that is said to be equal to the importance of doing HAJJ. Allah has promised to doubled and give us more rewards for our even small good deed in the month of Ramadan, the month of blessings and guidance for every Muslim.Ramazan Juma Mubarak Wallaper

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Roza Rakhne ki neyat in Urdu

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