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In 2017, Ramadan began on May 27 and Eid Al Fitr will fall on June 25*. As per the Central Bank of Bahrain, the holidays for Eid al-Fitr are from June 25th* to June 27th*, 2017.
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*This date may vary as it depends on the local sighting of the moon.
1Saturday, May 27
2Sunday, May 28
3Monday, May 29
4Tuesday, May 30
5Wednesday, May 31
6Thursday, June 01
7Friday, June 02
8Saturday, June 03
9Sunday, June 04
10Monday, June 05
11Tuesday, June 06
12Wednesday, June 07
13Thursday, June 08
14Friday, June 09
15Saturday, June 10
16Sunday, June 11
17Monday, June 12
18Tuesday, June 13
19Wednesday, June 14
20Thursday, June 15
21Friday, June 16
22Saturday, June 17
23Sunday, June 18
24Monday, June 19
25Tuesday, June 20
26Wednesday, June 21
27Thursday, June 22
28Friday, June 23
29Saturday, June 24
City: Manama, BAHRAIN (Latitude: 26.2361, Longitude: 50.5831)
Calculation Method: Umm Al-Qura | Juristic Method: Standard
Ramadan always falls on the same day every year on the Hijri or Islamic calendar
The Hirji calendar is purely a lunar calendar, the date change happens in the Gregorian
calendar. So every year Ramadan moves approximately 11 days in the Gregorian calendar.
In 2017, the proposed date for Ramadan falls on 27 May. But it is subject to change by one day
according to the sighting of the moon.
Ramadan Start Dates in the Upcoming Years
Ramadan Start Dates in the Previous Years
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