O ye who believe! Fasting is prescribed to you as it was prescribed to those before you,
that ye may (learn) self-restraint
[Quran: Chapter 2:183]


Thursday, July 19, 2012

2012 ramadan schedule Atlanta Georgia GA - Ramadan Calendar 2012 Iftar Times According to Islamic Calendar 2012 Ramadhan - Atlanta Georgia GA

The Ramadan schedule for Atlanta Georgia GA is in the time table below. You will find Iftar, Imsak as well as the prayer times for the whole month of Ramadan. Iftar times corresponds to Maghrib times. Imsak times correspond to Fajr. The schedule is according to the 2012 islamlic calendar for the holly month of Ramadan 2012.

Breaking of Ramadhan fast should take place as soon as possible after Maghrib Azan. Browse the Ramadan Blog ( Ramadhan Blog site) for prayers to be said prior to breaking fast.

Please share address of this site with others. This Ramadan calendar timetable will be kept for the whole holly month of Ramadan. Bookmark this site and come back whenever you want to access the Ramadan timetable for Iftar (Maghrib), Imsak (Suhur, Sehri) and prayers.

Ramadan Kareem Mubarak.

Ramadan 2012 / 1433 Prayer Times Schedule
Month: 9/1433, 7-8 / 2012 C.E
Location: Atlanta, GA, USA
Calculation Method: North America
Juristic Method: Standard

DayRamadan GregorianFajrSunriseDhuhr  AsrMaghribIsha
  Fri120/75:236:411:44  5:298:4710:06
  Sat221/75:236:421:45  5:298:4610:06
  Sun322/75:246:421:45  5:298:4510:05
  Mon423/75:256:431:45  5:298:4510:04
  Tue524/75:266:441:45  5:298:4410:03
  Wed625/75:276:441:45  5:298:4310:02
  Thu726/75:286:451:45  5:298:4310:01
  Fri827/75:296:461:45  5:288:4210:00
  Sat928/75:306:471:45  5:288:419:59
  Sun1029/75:316:471:45  5:288:409:58
  Mon1130/75:326:481:44  5:288:409:57
  Tue1231/75:336:491:44  5:288:399:56
  Wed131/85:346:491:44  5:288:389:55
  Thu142/85:356:501:44  5:288:379:54
  Fri153/85:366:511:44  5:278:369:53
  Sat164/85:376:521:44  5:278:359:52
  Sun175/85:386:521:44  5:278:349:50
  Mon186/85:396:531:44  5:278:339:49
  Tue197/85:406:541:44  5:268:329:48
  Wed208/85:406:541:44  5:268:319:47
  Thu219/85:416:551:43  5:268:309:45
  Fri2210/85:426:561:43  5:268:299:44
  Sat2311/85:436:571:43  5:258:289:43
  Sun2412/85:446:571:43  5:258:279:42
  Mon2513/85:456:581:43  5:248:269:40
  Tue2614/85:466:591:43  5:248:259:39
  Wed2715/85:476:591:42  5:248:249:38
  Thu2816/85:487:001:42  5:238:239:36
  Fri2917/85:497:011:42  5:238:229:35
  Sat3018/85:507:021:42  5:228:219:34

Note 1: Fajr means both Fajr Athan (Azan) and Imsak (starting fast) and Maghrib means both Maghrib Athan (Azan) and Iftar (breaking fast).
Note 2: Ramadan starting date is according to Makkah.
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Ramadan Mubarak. We wish you a blessed and productive Ramadan! Make no mistake about it - keeping the fast and increasing our acts of worship during this blessed month is not an easy task. The physical demands of balancing work or school with fasting all day, feeling fatigued and less effective than you normally are, waking up for Suhoor, praying Teraweeh and Tahajjud prayers, dealing with sleep deficits.

But the last thing we would want is to let Ramadan pass us by without doing all that we aim and desire to. Do not allow yourself to feel guilty or regretful when Ramadan passes.

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