The Holy Month of Ramadan is the time of prayer and reflection, the daily fasting rituals are concluded by Iftar. The Ramadan 2021 dates are likely to start on Monday April 12 until Tuesday May 11, depending on the sighting of the moon.
Iftar is the meal that breaks the fast after sunset each day, there are many options to choose from across the city. Dubai iftar Ramadan 2021 will have traditional Middle Eastern buffets offered and others feature set menus.
Focusing on the spirit of togetherness each day, there are festivities and plenty of food options. Iftar is a meal that breaks the fast at sunset each day, making for a perfect occasion for families to come together and celebrate the spirit of Ramadan. The fast is broken with dates and a drink of water, juice or Arabic coffee. Prayers are then undertaken and iftar is served. During Ramadan, Muslims start their fast a little before the Fajr prayer and break it at the Maghrib prayer.
The month of fast approaching, you can have a healthy lifestyle whilst abstaining from food and drink. There are many ways to follow a healthy lifestyle during Ramadan in Dubai. You can take time to this month of blessings with the right Ramadan Duas for each Ashra. Imsak is when Muslims finish Suhoor and begin their fast. Imsak is typically 10 minutes before Fajr prayers.
Ramadan is a magical time, where you can glimpse the traditional side of the UAE. In present times, with some Covid-19 restrictions still in place, Ramadan 2021 will still be all about prayer, worship and the spirit of giving.
Non-Muslim expat residents and visitors are to make sure there is a suitable environment for Muslims to observe Ramadan. Although there are no expectation to join in with the fasting, you must show respect. You must not eat, drink and smoke in public by adults during Ramadan. It is prohibited. Ramadan in 2020 was effected by closures due to COVID-19. For 2021 with ongoing restrictions, you can get food and drink in hotels and shopping malls now during Ramadan.
Eid al-Fitr is the festival of the breaking of the fast, occurring immediately after Ramadan. Eid al-Fitr is likely to commence on 12 May 2021.Time of festivities and feasts for Muslim families. People dress in their new Eid clothes, and gifts are given to mark the celebrations.
Dubai observes a public holiday – usually three days but for Government departments might extend to a week.
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