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Updated March 2023

The holy month of Ramadan will soon be upon us. Provided no changes are observed, Ramadan 2023 will start on Thursday, 23 March 2023, and is expected to last for 30 days. The dates will naturally be confirmed as we move closer to Ramadan.

During Ramadan, Muslims take part in the fasting ritual as an act of faith in upholding one of the pillars of Islam. The Ramadan fast starts with sehri, the preparatory meal consumed at dawn, and ends with iftar, the post-sunset sustenance marking the breaking of the fast.

Ramadan in Dubai and the UAE 2023: When and How to Celebrate


Ramadan calendar UAE 2023

To help individuals plan their day accordingly, we have compiled the sehri and iftar times in our Ramadan calendar 2023 for Abu Dhabi and other Emirates. However, it is important to note that the timings listed may be subject to change due to the sun’s position.

Abu Dhabi and other emirates

Sehri and Iftar timings for other emirates: Sharjah (- 4), Ajman (- 4), Ras Al Khaimah (- 8), Umm Al Quwain (- 8), and Fujairah (- 10)


With this Ramadan calendar in hand, Muslims in the UAE can prepare for their fasting and meal times with ease, ensuring that they make the most of this auspicious month.

May God accept your Ramadan fast and good deeds during this blessed month, and may your devotion and piety bring you closer to Him.


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