The first day of Ramadan in India will be Wednesday, April 14, 2021 as the moon has not been sighted in the country.
The first day of Ramadan will be observed on April 13 in Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar, Kuwait and other Arab countries.
There are no reports of moon sighting in Pakistan and Bangladesh. Hence, the the holy month of Ramadan is likely to begin in these countries from April 14.
There has been no reports of moon sighting from any part of India. various Hilal committees in India announced that the holy month of Ramazan in India will begin from April 14.
Moon not sighted in several part of India. The holy month of Ramzan will begin in India on April 14.
Moon not sighted in Sri Lanka. The holy month of Ramazan will begin in Sri Lanka from April 14.
The moon sighting committee of Saudi Arabia said that Monday, April 12, will be the last and 30th day of Sha’ban 1442 Hijri.
If the moon is sighted today in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and UK today, the holy month of Ramzan will begin from April 13.
If the new moon is sighted today, Ramzan 2021 in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, UK and New Zealand will begin from April 13.
The sighting of the moon will mark the beginning of Ramadan, also spelt as Ramzan.
Mumbai, April 12: Muslims in India today will look for the new moon which will determine the start of Ramzan, the fasting month. Ramzan 2021 might start on April 13, subject to moon sighting. Muslims in Pakistan, Bangladesh, UK, New Zealand and some other countries will also attempt the Ramzan Chand (moon) sighting this evening. Catch live updates on the Ramzan 2021 moon sighting in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, UK and New Zealand here. Ramzan Mubarak 2021 Greetings, Messages & Quotes to Send During Ramadan.
Today marks the 29th day of Shaban, the month before Ramadan, in India and some other countries. Under the Islamic calendar, a month lasts for one complete moon cycle, which is usually 29 or 30 days. The moon sighting determines the duration. Hence, if the new moon is sighted today, Ramzan 2021 in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, UK and New Zealand will begin from April 13. If the moon remains invisible this evening, Shabaan month will complete 30 days and Ramadan will start from April 14. Ramadan 2021: Haleem To Make a Comeback in This Holy Month in Hyderabad With Restricted Sales.
Meanwhile, Saudi Arabia on Sunday announced the first day of Ramzan will be April 13. Saudi Arabia's Supreme Court had also called on all Muslims throughout the kingdom to spot the crescent on Monday evening due to "inconsistencies in the Umm al-Qurra calendar" for the Islamic month of Shaban. The Arab states including Bahrain, Egypt, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar and the United Arab Emirates (UAE) usually follow Saudi Arabia's moon sighting.
Throughout Ramzan, Muslims are obligated to observe dawn-to-dusk fast and hold special prayers. Fasting in Ramadan, considered the holiest month, is intended to help teach Muslims self-discipline, self-restraint and generosity.