Ramadan Begins In Saudi Arabia After Crescent Moon Sighted: Ramadan is the holy month for Muslims throughout the globe and today this holy month has started as the first fast is being observed on 3rd April 2022 in south Asian countries like India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh. Ramadan is also known as Ramzan and Ramazan which is the ninth month according to the Islamic calendar. According to the Islamic calendar, this holy month started on 3rd April 2022 in India and other south Asian countries. Keep reading to learn more about Ramadan and moon crescent sight in the following sections of this article so go down the page and read this article till the end by taking look at all the sections of this article. Follow More Update On CmaTrends.com
Ramadan Crescent Moon Sighting
On the evening of 2nd April 2022, the first sight of the crescent moon for Ramzan 2022 was seen in cities like New Delhi, Bhopal, Chennai, Jammu and Kashmir, Lucknow, Lahore, Peshawar, Dhaka, and Islamabad. The first fast is being observed on 3rd April 2022 in India as it depends upon the first sight of the crescent moon. The dates of the holy month Ramzan change every year as it depends on the Islamic calendar which is based on the cycle of lunar. As mentioned Ramadan is considered the ninth month of the Islamic calendar depending upon the sighting of the first sight of the crescent moon.
The month of Ramadan lasts for almost 720 hours it is comprised of four weeks and one or two days during this month Muslims fast between dawn and sunset in this period the person who is observing fast does not consume any kind of eatable or drinking product. Followers of Islam pray for guidance and peace in Ramazan and they give it back to the people in form of ‘zakaat’ or charity. Muslims try to engage in humanitarian activities such as feeding and charity to the underprivileged as more as they can.
The first sight of the crescent moon for Ramadan month sights in Saudi Arabia and some Western Countries a day before south Asian countries such as India and Pakistan that is why Ramadan starts in Suadi Arabia a day earlier than in India other south Asian countries. The holy month lasts for one complete cycle of the crescent month. Muslims will celebrate Eid-al-Fitr after the completion of one cycle of the crescent moon which means Muslims’ biggest festival also depends on the sight of the crescent moon.