Ramadan 2021: India to begin fasting on April 14, check Sehri and Iftar timings, other important details
In India, the holy month of Ramadan starts one day after the moon is sighted in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Ramadan or Ramzan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and is observed by Muslims across the world. It is considered to be the most pious month for the Muslim community, where devotees observe fast and pray.
The first day of fasting of the Ramadan is dependant on the sighting of the new moon and muslims around the globe were waiting to sight a glimpse of the moon.
The moon sighting committee of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia said that Monday (April 12) will be the last day and 30th day of Sha’ban 1442 Hijri. In India, the holy month of Ramadan starts one day after the moon is sighted in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.
Courtesy : DNA