Ramadan 2024 live moon sightings in Pakistan and India

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Ramadan 2024 live moon sightings in Pakistan and India, A prominent Muslim religious group has announced that the first Ramadan moon will be sighted across the country tomorrow (Tuesday) following the sighting of the Ramadan moon by the Central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee. 

In an official announcement made by the chairman Maulana Abdul Khabir Azad, clerics from all religious schools of thought were gathered to decide when the ninth Islamic month begins in accordance with the Islamic calendar.

It was urged that all Pakistanis should be able to see the crescent moon on the same day across the entire country as the moon sighting committee wished that the holy month of Ramadan would begin on the same day.

As well as Lahore and Peshawar, the Ramadan moon was sighted in the early hours of the month before announcement. 

At the same time, Ruet-e-Hilal Committees of other zones and districts met simultaneously at their respective locations after Asr prayers on Shaban 29 in order to witness the Ramadan moon sighting of Hijri year 1445 at their respective locations.

There is a high probability that it will be visible today, when its age will be more than 28 hours, as the Met Office predicts. According to the Met Office, the Ramadan moon is expected to be born at 2pm on Sunday.

It has also been announced that Muslims in India and Bangladesh are preparing for a month of fasting prior to the sighting of the crescent, in anticipation of the festival of Ramadan.

In certain parts of India as well as other countries around the world, the Ramadan moon is usually visible during the month of Ramadan. 

As the moon has been sighted in each country, apart from Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, and many other nations are also going to observe Roza tomorrow (Tuesday) in advance of the full moon.

On Monday, several Indian cities were seen to have a crescent moon in the sky, according to reports from Indian media outlets.

It is expected that millions of Pakistanis along with billions of Muslims around the globe will observe a fast from dawn till sunset during this holy month, in accordance with the religious fervour and zeal that they have shown throughout the last few months. The fasting hours vary according to the geographical location, but usually between 12 and 17 hours.

There are many countries around the world that observe Ramadan with increased charity and public food drives. In Pakistan, the people set up roadside stalls as people return home after Ramadan, so that you can distribute food to the people as they return home.

A lot of business activities are also likely to take place during this month due to religious celebrations as well as the upcoming Eid ul Fitr shopping trends.

Timenews1 provided that news.

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