Mumbai, June 13: With the holy month of Ramzan nearing its end, the speculations to sight the Eid moon soon, is on an utterly high note. Muslims around the world who saw the crescent moon on 29th Sha’ban began their fasting on May 17, whereas the rest who saw it on the next day, started their fasting on May 18.
The people of a Muslim community, who observe the ritual of Roza during the month of Ramadan ul-Kareem, are eager to celebrate the festival of Eid al-Fitr. However, there are still a few days, before the actual festivities begin. You can find the updated schedule of Sehri and Iftar of June 14, below.
The people living in Delhi will see their Sehri time end at 04.06 am, and their Iftar time is slated to begin at 07.20 pm. The residents of Mumbai city who observe Roza will observe their Sehri at 04.53 am, and their Iftar at 07.17 pm.
For the Muslim community living in Bhopal, the timing to end Sehri is 04.23 am, and the Iftar is slated to begin at 07.07 pm. If you are a resident of Srinagar, the Sehri will end at 03.55 am, and the Iftar will begin at 07.43 pm.
If you are living in a different city – say, Kolkata, Hyderabad, Bangalore, Patna, Lucknow, Chandigarh, Ahmedabad or other parts of India – you can check the timetable of Sehri and Iftar of your city, by clicking here.
When will the Eid Moon 2018 be sighted?
It is said that people who are living in the Middle East, Singapore, Maldives, Australia, Malaysia, Pakistan and few parts of India would attempt to see the Eid moon on June 14. If they are successful in their attempt, then they will begin the festivities of Eid-al-Fitr on the next day, i.e. June 15.
For people living in Bangladesh and parts of India – Assam, West Bengal, Karnataka, and Maharashtra – will attempt to sight the Eid Moon on June 15. If they can see it, they will be celebrating the festival on June 16, or else the Eid-al-Fitr this year will be celebrated on June 17.