For Muslims in the UK and all over the world, Ramadan is a time of fasting, prayer, reflection and community.
Ramadan is considered the holiest month in the Islamic calendar and takes place between mid-May to mid-June, although the exact dates depend on the sighting of the moon.
This year, the moon was seen on Sunday night meaning that fasting begins on Monday 6 May.
Prayer is also an integral part of Ramadan and Muslims will typically carry out five daily prayers – which they are also obliged to perform throughout the year.
What are the prayer times for Ramadan this year?
Here are all the prayer times for Ramadan 2019, with the timetable courtesy of the East London Mosque:
It’s worth noting that these times are accurate for London only. You can view prayer times for other UK cities here.