When is the first day of fasting in 2023? Yes, the month of Ramadan will soon arrive. The following is the fasting schedule for Ramadan 2023 starting.
Based on the 2023 Hijri calendar issued by the Ministry of Religion of the Republic of Indonesia or the Indonesian Ministry of Religion, the beginning of Ramadan 2023 will fall on March 22-23 2023.
However, until now, the government has not set the start of fasting in 2023 because this decision must be taken after holding an isbat meeting which is held in the last days of the month of Shaban.
For information, the authorities of the United Arab Emirates, based on calculations by the International Astronomical Union (Arab Union for Astronomy and Space Science/AUASS), predict that the start of Ramadan will fall on Thursday, March 23, 2023.
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Ramadan Fasting Intentions
The practice of worship is rooted in the intention, so reading the intention before carrying it out is very important. The intention of fasting can be read in the heart or spoken out loud.
Because Ramadan fasting is carried out every day for a whole month, the intention must be recited every night. However, given the busyness of individuals, scholars recommend that the intention of fasting be read on the first day for the entire month.
That way, if someone forgets to read the intention, then his fast is still valid because he has read the intention for a full month by following (taqlid) the Maliki school of thought.
To be known, the Maliki madhhab views fasting in the month of Ramadan as a unity of worship, so one intention for a whole month is enough. Here is the reading of the intention:
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“Nawaitu shauma jami’i syahri ramadhani hadzihis sanati taqlidan lil imami Malik fardhan lillahi ta’ala”
Meaning: “I intend to fast throughout the month of Ramadan this year by following Imam Malik, fardhu because of Allah.”
Even so, you can still read the intention of fasting every night by following the pronunciation as below:
“Nawaitu shauma ghadin ‘an adaa’i fardhi syahri Ramadaan haadzihis sanati lillaahi ta’aalaa”
Meaning: “I intend to fast tomorrow in order to fulfill the obligations of the month of Ramadan this year because of Allah ta’ala.”
Sunnah practices of the month of Ramadan
Suhoor Not delaying breaking the fast Read the prayer after breaking the fast Take a big bath Guard your tongue Avoid things that are not in line with the wisdom of fasting Give charity Increase I’tikaf in the mosque Read the Quran Consistent worship
That is an explanation of when to fast the first day of 2023 along with the intention of fasting and the sunnah practices. I hope this information is helpful. (Suara.com)
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