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Oman Ramadan Calendar: Complete Guide and Important Dates

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Oman Ramadan Calendar 2024

In Oman, Ramadan Insha’Allah begins on Monday, March 11, 2024, marking the month when Allah SWT revealed the Qurān to Prophet Muhammad SAW.

For Muslims around the world, the weeks of this holy month are a sacred time to worship Allah SWT. 

The start and end dates of Ramadan may vary depending on the moonsighting.

Oman Ramadan Calendar 2024 below.  

111, Mon04:44 AM11:54 AM03:13 PM05:55 PM07:01 PM
212, Tue04:43 AM11:54 AM03:13 PM05:55 PM07:01 PM
313, Wed04:42 AM11:54 AM03:12 PM05:55 PM07:01 PM
414, Thu04:42 AM11:54 AM03:12 PM05:55 PM07:01 PM
515, Fri04:41 AM11:53 AM03:11 PM05:55 PM07:01 PM
616, Sat04:41 AM11:53 AM03:11 PM05:55 PM07:01 PM
717, Sun04:40 AM11:53 AM03:10 PM05:55 PM07:01 PM
818, Mon04:39 AM11:52 AM03:09 PM05:55 PM07:01 PM
919, Tue04:39 AM11:52 AM03:09 PM05:55 PM07:01 PM
1020, Wed04:38 AM11:52 AM03:08 PM05:55 PM07:01 PM
1121, Thu04:38 AM11:52 AM03:08 PM05:55 PM07:01 PM
1222, Fri04:37 AM11:51 AM03:07 PM05:55 PM07:01 PM
1323, Sat04:36 AM11:51 AM03:06 PM05:55 PM07:02 PM
1424, Sun04:36 AM11:51 AM03:06 PM05:55 PM07:02 PM
1525, Mon04:35 AM11:50 AM03:05 PM05:55 PM07:02 PM
1626, Tue04:34 AM11:50 AM03:04 PM05:55 PM07:02 PM
1727, Wed04:34 AM11:50 AM03:04 PM05:55 PM07:02 PM
1828, Thu04:33 AM11:49 AM03:03 PM05:55 PM07:02 PM
1929, Fri04:32 AM11:49 AM03:02 PM05:55 PM07:02 PM
2030, Sat04:32 AM11:49 AM03:02 PM05:55 PM07:02 PM
2131, Sun04:31 AM11:49 AM03:01 PM05:55 PM07:02 PM
2201, Mon04:30 AM11:48 AM03:00 PM05:55 PM07:02 PM
2302, Tue04:30 AM11:48 AM03:00 PM05:55 PM07:02 PM
2403, Wed04:29 AM11:48 AM02:59 PM05:55 PM07:02 PM
2504, Thu04:28 AM11:47 AM02:58 PM05:55 PM07:02 PM
2605, Fri04:28 AM11:47 AM02:57 PM05:55 PM07:02 PM
2706, Sat04:27 AM11:47 AM02:57 PM05:55 PM07:02 PM
2807, Sun04:27 AM11:47 AM02:56 PM05:55 PM07:02 PM
2908, Mon04:26 AM11:46 AM02:55 PM05:56 PM07:02 PM
3009, Tue04:25 AM11:46 AM02:54 PM05:56 PM07:03 PM

Source Name: Islamic Finder 

Muslims around the world eagerly anticipate the arrival of the blessed month of Ramadan, about which Prophet Muhammad SAW said, “There has come to you Ramadan, a blessed month which Allah has enjoined you to fast, during which the gates of heaven are opened and the gates of Hell are closed, and the rebellious devils are chained up. In it, there is a night which is better than a thousand months, and whoever is deprived of its goodness is indeed deprived.” [Nasai, 2106; Ahmad, 8769]

Ramadan is that time of year when all of us strive to get close to Allah SWT through our acts of abstaining from food, exercising self-restraint, bridging social divides, giving Sadaqah and Zakat (Islamic charity) and asking for forgiveness and mercy. It’s not just another month in the calendar; it’s a shared celebration of faith, uniting our ummah around the globe. 

Why Do We Fast During Ramadan?

The fourth pillar of Islam is Sawm, or fasting. During the holy month of Ramadan, Muslims are expected to fast from dawn to dusk. While there are exceptions made for the sick, elderly, and pregnant, all are expected to refrain from eating and drinking during daylight hours. The five pillars of Islam guide a Muslim to live an ideal life. For the fulfilment of the pillar of Sawm, Allah SWT gave us the month of Ramadan.

Things to Remember for Oman this Ramadan 

Keep these points in mind as you gear up for Your Ramadan Journey:

1. Seek forgiveness from Allah SWT for slip-ups, big or small.

2. Drop not-so-great habits this month—it’s a chance to reset.

3. Start living the Islamic way in Ramadan; small acts make a big difference.

4. Connect with Allah SWT by reading the Quran and understanding its teachings.

5. Give Sadaqah every day to help those in need, especially in the last 10 nights.

6. Donate to Muslim charities to help the less privileged.

Some Tips to Remember While Fasting During Ramadan:

During Ramadan, it’s crucial to stay hydrated by drinking fluids throughout the night. Ensure that your iftar includes healthy and nutritious options, with an increased intake of fruits and vegetables. Avoid fried food in iftar. Enjoy a well-balanced sehri with a combination of foods, like a bowl of whole-grain cereal, low-fat milk, and a topping of fruit and nuts—a perfect go-to.

Give Your Zakat

Your Zakat is powerful and it changes lives! Ensure that your Zakat reaches those who are vulnerable and in need, assisting them in obtaining the essentials they struggle for daily. Your Zakat has the power to brighten lives in ways beyond comprehension. And if you’re unsure how much you owe, use this Zakat Calculator to find out and pay today!


  • When Does Ramadan Start In Oman?

Ans: Ramadan usually starts on the same day in Oman as the rest of the world. This year, Ramadan is expected to begin on March 11, 2024.

  • Are There Any Special Traditions For Ramadan In Oman?

Ans: In Oman, the middle of the Holy Month of Ramadan brings forth the joyous celebration of “Qaranqashooh.” During this festive occasion, children stroll through residential neighborhoods, collecting sweets, nuts, and money from their relatives and neighbors. This delightful tradition not only adds a touch of sweetness to the season but also reinforces a sense of community and generosity, making Ramadan in Oman a time of shared joy and cherished connections.

From MATW to Oman

Ramadan is the most awaited month for Muslims, uniting us all around the world. We, at MATW, extend heartfelt wishes for this Ramadan to illuminate every aspect of your life, bringing peace to you and all. Grace your Ramadan with spirits of gratitude and compassion and extend it to our brothers and sisters in need around the world. Make this Ramadan as pleasant for them as it is for you. Make a generous donation this Ramadan and make a difference!

Have a blessed Ramadan, Oman!

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