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Fasting during Ramadan is one of Islam’s five pillars, according to the holy book Quran.
The crescent moon was not visible in Saudi Arabia on Sunday night, according to the moon sighting committee. As a result, the last and 30th day of Shaban 1442 Hijri will be Monday, April 12.
Ramadan, also known as Ramzan, is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, during which Muslims around the world fast from dawn to dusk. They eat before the sun rises and after the sunsets. Suhur refers to the meal eaten before sunrise, while Iftar refers to the meal eaten after sunset. It is believed that God revealed the verses of the Quran to Prophet Muhammad for the first time during this month on “Laylat al-Qadr” (The Night of Power), the holiest night of the year when Allah’s blessings are plentiful and sins are forgiven.
Ramadan makes us aware of the frailty of human life and our reliance on the Almighty for sustenance.
Fasting during Ramadan is one of Islam’s five foundations, according to the holy book Quran. A declaration of faith, everyday prayer, charity, and performing the Hajj pilgrimage in Mecca are the other foundations of Islam.
Dates for Ramadan in India in 2021
In Arabic, the word Ramadan means intense aridity and unbearable heat. The new moon marks the beginning and end of Ramadan. Ramadan will begin on the evening of Monday, April 12, 2021, and end on Tuesday, May 11, 2021, according to calendardate.com.
Eid al-Fitr occurs after the Holy Month of Ramadan has come to an end. The festival is scheduled to take place on Thursday, May 13, 2021. People exchange presents, visit their friends and share meals on this day.
Who can take advantage of the fast?
Fasting for Ramadan is obligatory for all Muslims over the age of puberty, with the exception of patients, travelers, the elderly, and women who are pregnant or menstruating.
God forgives the past sins of devotees who pray and fast with sincere intentions, according to Islamic principles. Muslims welcome one another with greetings such as “Ramadan Mubarak” and “Ramadan Kareem.”
All of you have a blessed Ramadan!