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Ramadan 2019 Chad Calendar Timings

If you wish to spend this holy month of Ramadan in the country of Chad then you should know the accurate Suhoor o iftar timetable according to your city. Guess what guys, you've found the right place to start your fast and break exactly it has to be. Also, no matter if you belong to the Fiqa Jafri (Shia) or Fiqa Hanafi (Sunni) you do not need to worry about the schedule.
We all know that how much this month brings its blessings with it. The pleasure of fasting has its own benefits for us Muslims. The current population of Muslims in the country of Chad is 55.2% with the great majority of Sunnis and Malikis. Also, some groups of Shias live as well.

Here is the list of major cities of Chad with the least Muslim population in numbers:
  • N'Djamena, Chari-Baguirmi
  • 721.081
  • Moundou, Logone Occidental
  • 135.167
  • Sarh, Middle Chari
  • 102.528
  • Abeche, Ouadai
  • 74.188

    When is Ramadan 2019 in Chad

    Ramadan 2019  in Chad will begin on  Sunday, May 05, 2019 , and will end on  Tuesday, June 04, 2019.
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    Suhoor And Iftar Timings For Chad 2019


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    Ramadan 2019

    History of Ramadan

    As you celebrate 2019 in Chad . It is therefore important to know the history and importance of Ramadan. Ramadan is a very important month for Muslim brothers and sisters around the world. It may be a simple month for non-Muslims but a very important and sacred month for Muslims.
    Many of you will know the story of the month of Ramadan but there are still many brothers and sisters who do not know the story of this holy month. And it is our responsibility to share with all the peoples of the world.
    Ramadan is the ninth of the Islamic calendar. The term Ramadan literally means "burning" in Arabic. It was established in the holy month for Muslims after the revelation of the Qur'an to the Prophet Muhammad in 610 CE on the occasion known as Laylat al-Qadr, often translated as "The Night of Power".
    Ramadan is a very important month and it is the only month of the year when rewards are doubled and tripled.
    As the Holy Qur'an says:
    "The month of Ramadan [is that] that was revealed in the Qur'an, advice for the people and clear evidence of guidance and criteria, so whoever looks at the moon, whether it makes it fast, and who is sick or while traveling - then the same number of days He is the guide of Allah for you, and to Him you will be grateful. "

    Importance of fasting during the month of Ramadan

    You are very aware of that, but let me talk about it for those who do not like it. Muslim Fast from sunset to dawn. There are different schedules of Dawn and Sunset in different countries of the world. Therefore, the duration of the fast varies from country to country. It can vary from 15 hours. At 9 pm.
    You can say that fasting is the backbone of the month of Ramadan. Fasting does not seem to be so hungry before sunset, but you have to do the right thing all day. Make sure you do not hurt anyone, do not lie, do not use abusive language, avoid sex and other bad things. In other words, keep your mouth, ears, hands and eyes.

    Suhoor Tips:

    Suhoor, eaten at Sahar is the most important meal at any given time of Ramadan. And as you gather for this wonderful season and its conventional practices, one of the most dramatic problems you can not all forget is the Musharrati of the Rooted Ritual - Suhour's Herald Method. beating of his drum.
    The food we eat at dawn is called suhoor. Suhoor is Sunna. In a second state, you must eat food that is energetic and healthy. Avoid eating spicy foods. And try to drink as much as you can.
    More tips and advice to eat in Suhoor, you can find on the internet.

    Iftar's advice:

    Iftar is the thing that everyone is looking forward to! Especially the children look forward to it. In Iftar, each family makes good and spicy. But the important thing to consider is taking care of others too. Try to share with those who can not afford good food.

    Conclusion:

    The main thing of the month of Ramadan is to worry about others and to do more for mughfirat for all Muslims. Allah gave us the happiness of Eid-ul-Fitr after Ramadan. While you get the reward in this world and of course a bigger reward is waiting for Jannah.
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