RAMADAN IN SAUDI ARABIA

In-Sha-Allah! Holy Ramadan (A month of blessing) is about to start from 6th June for the year 2016 (1437) in Saudi Arabia, It is usually 9th month of Arabic or Hijri calendar. Its a  period of fasting, Self control and Sadaqa (Giving Charity) for worldwide Muslims. Fasting during this month is one in 5 pillars of Islam. Holy Quran was revealed in the month of Ramzan only.




DO's and DONT's OF RAMADAN MONTH IN SAUDI ARABIA :

As Saudi Arabia is a pure Islamic country, Here Ramadan is little different on rules and regulations from other countries, specially for Non Muslims living in the Kingdom. If you are new Saudi expatriate you must read it, Old expatriates may already aware of it. Read Also : Working Hours in Saudi As Per Labor Law




- Working hours in the month of Ramzan for Muslims in Saudi Arabia should not exceed 6 hours in a single day or 36 hours in a week for both private and government sectors. Similar Article : Vacations and holidays as per Saudi Labor Law

- It is prohibited to eat and drink in public on fasting time from sunrise to sunset in the month of Ramadan in Saudi Arabia. Related Article : Public holidays in Saudi Arabia for the year 2016

- It is mandatory to respect fasting of Muslims in Ramzan, This point is specially for Non Muslim Saudi expatriates. See Also : Death of Non Muslims in Saudi Arabia




- Smoking and chewing gum is not allowed in public during fasting time, specially from sunrise to sunset.

- Non Muslims should plan their breakfast and lunch at home, Instead of offices, work places or public places.




- Most of the restaurants will be closed during day time and should plan to open just before sunset or after Magrib prayer.

- In the month of holy Ramadan, timings of Banks, Remittances, Shopping Malls and businesses will be changed. You May Like it : How to Send Money to Home country in Saudi Arabia

START OF RAMADAN IN SAUDI ARABIA


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