Shan e Ramzan is the ARY transmission for the holy month of 2019 which will continue throughout the day especially during sehri and iftar timing.
Recently the OST of the transmission was also released which also featured late Junaid Jamshed and Amjad Sabri. The transmission will be hosted by many renowned faces such as Waseem Badami, Iqrar ul Hassan and Faisal Qureshi.
Many renowned scholars, media celebrities and Naat Khawan will be part of the Ramadan Transmissions. Some new celebrities for this year will include Pehlaaj Hassan, Nida Yasir & Shafaat Ali.
The transmission in Ramazan will start from first Sehri at 2 AM and will continue till the azaan of Fajar. Then in 2:30 PM in evening the transmission will start again and will continue till iftar.
After Iftar the renowned game show ‘Jeeto Pakistan’ will be aired on ARY Digital. During these hours different segments will be aired live on TV which includes:
- Aalim Aur Aalam
- Inaam Ramzan
- Sehri Ka Dastarkhwan
- Middath-e-Rasool (SAWW)
- Qasas ul Islam
- Shan e Ilm
- Shan e Madina
- Tahtul Lafz
- Surah Al-Baqarah
- Naiki Segment
During these segments Qirat competition will be held along with poetry and quiz competitions. One of the most famous is the segment where the host shares a story of a needy person and requests donations.
Usually a major part of the required donation is received within few minutes and Pakistani citizens from across the world donate during the month of Ramzan.
If you want to get passes for Shan-e-Ramzan then call at 021-111-279-111 and then follow the instructions. Currently registration form and other details such as fees, charges and cost of the pass are not available online on the website.
Like previous years the original sound track (OST) for 2019 was also released and the song was highly praised by viewers.
The OST starts with poetry in voice-over of Iqrar ul Hassan and the Waseem Badami who are renowned hosts from ARY Digital.
It also included parts of previous OST for ARY by Junaid Jasmhed and Amjad Sabri who both passed away and are missed by millions across Pakistan.
The video for the OST is mainly recorded in Sindh such as in the deserts of Thar and Shahjahan Mosque of Thatta.