Imsak Schedule for Denpasar and 8 Regencies in Bali Today…

Sunday, April 17, 2022 – 02:37 WIB

Illustration of the month of Ramadan. Illustration: Sultan Amanda/JPNN.com

bali.jpnn.comDENPASAR – Fasting Ramadan 2022, Sunday (17/4) right into the middle of the month.

15 days for Muslims to perform the obligatory fasting of Ramadan.

It is highly recommended to multiply the sunnah practices to get the blessings of fasting while waiting for the night of Nuzulul Qur’an which is only two days away.

Quoted from the book Fadhâil Al-Asyhur Ats-Tsalâtsah written by Sheikh Muhammad bin Ali bin Husein bin Musa bin Babawayh Al-Qumi, fasting the 15th day has privileges or virtues compared to the previous 14 days.

Based on the book Fadhâil Al-Asyhur Ats-Tsalâtsah, the priority of fasting on the 15th day, Allah SWT fulfills for you the desires of this world and the hereafter, giving you what was given to the Prophet Ayyub; the angels carrying the Throne beg for forgiveness for you.

On the Day of Resurrection, Allah will give you forty lights, ten lights from your right, ten from your left, ten from in front of you, and ten lights from behind you.

So special is the 15th day of fasting, Muslims in Denpasar City and 8 other regencies in Bali Province can pay attention to the schedule for Imsak and iftar, Sunday (17/4) as reported by the Ministry of Religion so as not to miss it.

The following is the schedule for fasting and breaking the fast in Denpasar and 8 other districts in Bali based on Central Indonesia Time (WITA):

The following is the schedule for Imsak and iftar in Denpasar City and 8 other regencies in Bali Province for Sunday, April 17, 2022 according to the Ministry of Religion’s version.

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