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New York City Ramadan Calendar 2023

Ramadan Fasting Timetable New York
Today Local Prayer Times in New York
February 26, 2024
5:20 am 6:30 am 12:08 pm 3:13 pm 5:47 pm 6:57 pm
New York, USA

New York City Ramadan fasting calendar 2023 with daily Sehar and Iftar times throughout the month. Timetable is also available in PDF which you can download on your computer or smartphone.

Ramazan 2023 Fasting Schedule for NYC


Ramadan #DateFajr/SuhoorIftar/Maghrib
122, Wed5:40 AM7:11 PM
223, Thu5:40 AM7:10 PM
324, Fri5:38 AM7:11 PM
425, Sat5:36 AM7:12 PM
526, Sun5:34 AM7:14 PM
627, Mon5:33 AM7:15 PM
728, Tue5:31 AM7:16 PM
829, Wed5:29 AM7:17 PM
930, Thu5:27 AM7:18 PM
1031, Fri5:25 AM7:19 PM
1101, Sat5:24 AM7:20 PM
1202, Sun5:22 AM7:21 PM
1303, Mon5:20 AM7:22 PM
1404, Tue5:18 AM7:23 PM
1505, Wed5:16 AM7:24 PM
1606, Thu5:14 AM7:25 PM
1707, Fri5:13 AM7:26 PM
1808, Sat5:11 AM7:27 PM
1909, Sun5:09 AM7:28 PM
2010, Mon5:07 AM7:29 PM
2111, Tue5:05 AM7:30 PM
2212, Wed5:04 AM7:31 PM
2313, Thu5:02 AM7:32 PM
2414, Fri5:00 AM7:34 PM
2515, Sat4:58 AM7:35 PM
2616, Sun4:56 AM7:36 PM
2717, Mon4:54 AM7:37 PM
2818, Tue4:53 AM7:38 PM
2919, Wed4:51 AM7:39 PM
3020, Thu4:49 AM7:40 PM


Ramadan in New York, NY

Observing Ramadan Kareem in New York City is a unique experience that is both challenging and rewarding. The city’s fast-paced lifestyle and diverse community make it an exciting and dynamic place to observe this holy month. Muslim New Yorkers wake up before dawn to have their pre-dawn meal, or suhoor, and then begin their day of fasting. As the sun sets, families and friends come together to break their fast with iftar, a delicious meal of traditional dishes and sweets.

The Muslim community in New York City is vibrant, with mosques and community centers hosting special events, lectures, and prayers throughout the month. Many Muslims also participate in charitable activities and volunteer work during Ramadan Kareem, demonstrating the spirit of generosity and compassion that is at the heart of the holy month. Despite the challenges of fasting during long summer days and navigating the busy city while observing the traditions of Ramadan, the community comes together to create a warm and welcoming atmosphere that truly embodies the meaning of Ramadan Kareem.

Find some of the notable Mosques and Islamic centers where you can join Taravih congregations in New York:



About New York City

Population: 8.468 million (2021)
Area Code(s): 212, 917, 718, 646
Mayor: Eric Adams

New York City, also known as the “Big Apple,” is a bustling metropolis that never sleeps. It is a city that incorporates people from indiscriminate cultures and backgrounds, tall buildings, iconic landmarks, and an energy that is unmatched by any other city in U.S.A. From the bright lights of Times Square to the peaceful serenity of Central Park, New York City offers something for everyone.

It is a city that is constantly evolving, where new trends and ideas are coined, and where people come to pursue their dreams. Whether it’s exploring the world-renowned museums, indulging in the city’s diverse cuisine, or simply people-watching in one of the many parks, NYC is a place that never ceases to amaze and inspire.


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