Meal schedule during Ramadan 2023 (Turkmenistan)
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Ramadan is the ninth month of the Muslim calendar, during which Muslims observe the 30-day Oraza fast from dawn to dusk, and at the end of the month they celebrate Oraza Bayram. The holy month of Ramadan is not just a time of strict fasting. This is a symbol of spiritual purity, an opportunity to get rid of sinful thoughts and doing good deeds in order to prove one's devotion to the Almighty. 

When does the month of Ramadan start and end in 2023?

The beginning and end of the holy month falls on different dates every year, as it is determined by the lunar calendar. In 2023, Ramadan will begin at dawn on March 23 and last until the night of April 20. And with the dawn on April 21, the holiday of Oraza Bayram will come. 

The Oraza fast begins after dawn and ends at sunset. During the entire time that the fast lasts, from dawn to dusk, Muslims should not eat or drink water.

Therefore, it is important to know when it is right to start and finish observing each day of the holy month of Ramadan. This is where the Oraza schedule for each day of 2023 can help, which shows the time of Suhoor (pre-dawn meal) and Iftar (dinner), which correlates with sunrise and sunset.