Ramadan 2015 Date, Calendar, Quotes and more

What brings Month of Ramadan:

Ramadan is the most awaited month by Muslims around the world. Ramadan is the time to bring back prosperity by implementing Islamic teachings about life. Muslims around the world fast during the month of Ramadan and abstain from any sort of eating, drinking and even smoking. The time period for fasting is from dawn until sunset on same day. Ramadan helps Muslims to gain spirituality and to get divine blessings of Allah Almighty. Muslims from the world also learn and perform humility and patience. The Holy Month of Ramadan is best time to filter soul spiritually and to focus more on Allah Almighty.

Holy Quran

Ramadan is like a festival, as Muslims around the world arrange special community gatherings, individual and collective prayers, Naat Competitions, exchanges of best sayings by Muhammad PBUH, Some Best Quotes for Ramadan 2015 and verses from Quran.

Ramadan 2015:

Ramadan 2015

Ramadan 2015 is will start in mid of the June month. As the Islamic Calendar is based on Lunar calendar which spans over a period of 12 months a year, while each of the month depends on moon sighting. Ramadan 2015 is likely to start from 17th or 18th of the June. Depending upon moon sighting, Ramadan will start on 17th of the June in some countries and regions, while remaining countries and regions will start Ramadan Fasting from 18th of the June 2015.

About 23% population or 1.6 billion populations on planet earth follow and practice Islamic Teaching. Muslim spans in different continents of world from Indonesia to Latin America. Muslim Population includes 75 to 90 percent Sunni Muslims, while Shia Muslims are the second big sect in Muslims with 10 to 20 percent portion of Muslims in world. Both major sects celebrate the Holy Month of Ramadan by fasting entire month, however the Sehar and Iftar Timings are a bit different from each other with margin of about 10 to 15 minutes.

Ramadan 2015 Date in Pakistan:

Pakistan is a Muslim dominant country with more than 20 million populations. Pakistan also came into existence of world map on 27th Ramadan or 14th August 1947. Ramadan 2015 in Pakistan is likely to start from 18th of the June 2015 or 1 Ramadan 1436 Hijri Year. Ramadan 2015 is coming in the Summer season when the days are longer than Winter season. Sehri will starts from 3:18 AM while Iftar will Start from 7:11 from the very first Ramadan.

Ramadan 2015 Date in India:

India is second most populous country in world. India is home to about 200 to 220 million Muslims. Ramadan in India is likely to start from 17th of the June 2015.

Ramadan 2015 Date in USA:

With about 3 million Muslim inhabitants, USA Muslims will Fast Ramadan 1436 Hijri starting from 17th of the June depending upon moon sighting.

Ramadan 2015 in KSA:

Kingdom of Saudi Arabia is the most attractable place for Muslims due to the presence of Harmain Shareef and various Holy places. KSA is home to Holy Prophet PBUH and Masjid Al-Haram, Muslims across the world visit KSA during different parts of year especially during Ramadan for Umrah and during Zil Hajj to perform the Hajj which is 5th Pillar of Islam. Ramadan 1436 Hijri in Saudi Arabia is likely to start from 17th of the June 2015.

Ramada in Qatar:

Qatar is a Muslim majority country that owns oil reserves. Qatar is home to about 2.1 million of which local residents are only 12%, rest of population are working employees working in different industries mainly in Oil and Construction. Ramadan 1436 Hijri is likely to start from 17th of the June 2015.

Ramadan 2015 Date in Egypt:

Egypt is an African country which border by Gaza Strip, Gulf of Aqaba, Red Sea, Sudan and Libya. Egypt is home to about 88 million people with majority from Muslim People.

Ramadan 2015 Timetable and Calendar:

Pakistan 2015 Ramadan Timetable and Calendar:

Lahore timetable:

Ramada 2015 Lahore Timetable

Karachi timetable:

Ramadan 2015 karachi timetable

Qatar 2015 Ramadan timetable and Calendar (Doha):

Ramadan 2015 Doha timetable

Egypt 2015 Ramadan Timetable and Calendar (Cairo):

Ramadan 2015 Cairo Timetable

KSA 2015 Ramadan Timetable and Calendar (Jeddah):

Ramadan 2015 Jeddha Timetable

India 2015 Ramadan Timetable and Calendar (New Delhi):

Ramadan 2015 new delhi Timetable

USA 2015 Ramadan Timetable and Calendar (New York):

Ramadan 2015 new york timetable

Ramadan 2015 Quotes:

Ramadan Quotes are provides inspirations and motivations to implement the true spirit of Islam by following the famous leaders of Islam. Here are some famous Ramadan 2015 Quotes:


(It was) the month of Ramadan in which was revealed the Qur’aan, a guidance for mankind and clear proofs for the guidance and the criterion (between right and wrong). So whoever of you sights (the crescent on the first night of) the month (of Ramadan i.e. is present at his home), he must observe Sawm (fasts) that month… ~ [al-Baqarah 2:185]


He is the One GOD; the Creator, the Initiator, the Designer. To Him belong the most beautiful names. Glorifying Him is everything in the heavens and the earth. He is the Almighty, Most Wise. ~ [Quran 59:24]


Allah is with those who restrain themselves. ~ [Quran 16: 128]


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


When My servants ask you about Me, I am always near. I answer their prayers when they pray to Me. The people shall respond to Me and believe in Me, in order to be guided.
~ [al-Baqarah, 2:186.


Allaah has made Laylat al-Qadr in this month, which is better than a thousand months, as Allaah says…The Night of Al-Qadr is better than a thousand months. Therein descend the angels and the Rooh [Jibreel (Gabriel)] by Allaah’s Permission with all Decrees, there is peace until the appearance of dawn.~ [al-Qadar 97:1-5]


Wishing you and your family the blessings of Ramadan.


Aaj Q ye Aasmaan Sajaya Jaraha hai.

Lagta hai koi Mehmaan Bulaya ja Raha hai.


Jannat Mein Q khari hai Sajdaj k ye Sawari.


Aisa kon hai Jis k liye fizao ko mehkaya Ja Raha hai.


Kis ki hai Aamad aaj Aasmano k Sar Par.


Bahot dair se Chand bhi Muskuraye ja Raha hai.


Aaj Paighamber bhi Khare Saf Bandh k Intaizar e Imaam .


Wo kon hai jo Paighambaro ko Namaz Parhane Aa Raha hai.


Jab Pucha kisi Ne kon hai Wo Zaat Khuda Se.


Khuda Ne Kaha Mera Mehboob MUHAMMAD (S.A.W) Aa Rha hai.”


Jo Aaj Ki Raat 3 Martaba

Surah Yaseen Parhay Ga


Allah Uski


Umar Me Barkat


Rizk Me Izafa Aur Farakhi


Aur Naghani Afaat Say


Mehfooz Rakhay Ga


Shab-e-Barat Mubarak Ho


B4 My Books Are Sealed Tonight,

I Would Like 2 Ask U 2


Please Forgive Me 4 Anything


I May Have Done 2 Hurt You.


Intentionally Or By Mistake!


Shab-E-Barat Mubarik..”


“[;] ,-”””-,


Rehmaton Ki Ai He Rat


Dua He Ap Sada Rahen Abad


Dua Me Rkhna Hamen B Yad


Mubrak Ho Apko Shab E Barat”


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