Ramadan Date 2020 Dubai (Ramadan Kareem in Dubai)

Ramadan Date 2020 Dubai

Do you live in Dubai? Want to visit Dubai in Ramadan? Are you interested in knowing the Ramadan date of 2020 in Dubai? Here you will find the answer to all your queries.

Ramadan 2020 will hopefully start in Dubai on the evening of 23 April, Tuesday and will end on the evening of 24 May. Ramadan is a ninth month on the Islamic calendar, full of blessings and rewards, marked by abstaining food from sunrise to sunset, spirituality, and acts of charity.

Ramadan owned by Muslims worldwide, fasting is one of the five pillars of Islam, and it is made obligatory on all Muslims.  During the month of Ramadan, Muslims not only refrain from eating and drinking during the specified timing and also required to restrain negative behaviors and all evil activities.


The month of Ramadan is the one in which doors of forgiveness are opened and the door of sins is closed, the devil is chained, the good deeds are increased, and rewards are doubled. Feeding poor’s, donate charity, fast for the sake of Allah, recite the Quran and praying five times a day is increased, a simple act of deed can take you to Jannah.

Ramadan In Dubai 2020

The holy month Ramadan, deeply influence the daily life in Dubai, true believers engage in fasting and praying while non-Muslims are not expected to fast in this month. Non-Muslims show admiration and respect to this holy month and restrain from eating and drinking at day time in public places.

Ramadan In Dubai 2019

In the United Emirates, Non-Muslims change their dressing and wear modest clothes in public and refrain from drinking alcohol and food consumption in public. Nightclubs are usually closed in this blessed month, and those who stay open avoid alcohol, loud music, and dance parties.

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In Dubai, the working time for laborers is shortened by 2 hours; most schools have to curtail daytime for children throughout Ramadan. Public transport timings are also changed in Ramadan, and new timing is announced in media.


The Ramadan is a holy month in which Quran was revealed, during this month Muslims abstain from much bad behavior, sexual activities, use of abusive words and restrain food and drinking from the period from dawn until dusk.


In the Holy month of Ramadan, fasting is compulsory on Muslims when they reach the age of puberty that is the age from 10 to 14 years. The people released from keeping fast are the one who is traveling, weak, old, less age then puberty, mental issues, pregnant, menstruating and women on breastfeeding, etc.

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Updated: February 5, 2020 — 4:40 pm

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