Ramzan 2023: Ramzan is just around the corner. In the Islamic calendar, it is the ninth month and holds special significance for Muslims around the world. Each day during Ramzan, Muslims observe Rozah – a fast from sunrise to sunset. The month of Ramzan is a time of total abstinence for Muslims who devote most of their time to Allah and his teachings.
Ramzan 2023 Date in India
When the moon is sighted over Mecca on March 22 or 23, Ramzan will begin and end on Eid-ul-Fitr, which falls on April 21 or 22 each year.
The first fasting day of Ramzan will fall on March 23 for Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Iran, Pakistan, South Africa, Indonesia, and Malaysia since these nations are most likely to see the Ramzan moon on March 22. The first day of fasting in India and other South Asian nations would begin on March 24 if the moon is not visible.
The Ramzan crescent moon should be easily visible to the naked eye across many areas of the Middle East, North Africa, Western Europe, and the United States of America on March 22. This is according to the Crescent Moon Watch, a moon tracker run by the United Kingdom’s Nautical Almanac Office. The Ramzan 2023 crescent will be sighted on March 21 at 17:23 GMT (8:23 pm Mecca time). So, for those nations, March 23 is anticipated to be the first fasting day.
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