The Eid ul Fitr holidays for 2024 have been announced

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Eid ul Fitr holidays: The holy month of Ramadan is just about to come to an end, and the federal government has decided to take part in the celebrations of Eid ul Fitr which begins on April 10th.

It has been announced by Prime Minister Shehbaz Sharif that the holidays will be in effect from Wednesday, April 10 until Saturday, April 13 inclusive.

It was predicted Monday by the Met Office that Eid ul Fitr would be celebrated on April 10 this year as the Shawwal moon will have been visible on April 9 when the first day of Eid ul Fitr falls.

There are various weather forecasts out there, and according to the Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) the crescent is scheduled to be born on April 8 at 11:21pm, and it will reach maturity around the same time the following day during the Maghrib prayer.

Observers were able to see the crescent for over 50 minutes around sundown, the report stated.

In most parts of the country, the PMD predicts that the sky will be clear on April 9 in most of the country. It is important to remember, however, that some areas of the northern part of the country may have cloudy skies.

Ramadan, the holy month for Muslims, began on March 11 in Pakistan with the sighting of the crescent for the holy month of Ramadan on March 12. The first day of Ramadan was observed the following day. In other words, if the PMD’s prediction turns out to be accurate, Pakistanis will observe 29 days of fasting in the upcoming year.

As the last day of Ramadan draws to a close and Shawwal begins, Muslims all over the world observe Eid ul Fitr. There is no doubt that Ramadan, the Islamic month, teaches us how to be patient and self-controlled, while also promoting the idea of charity and welfare, while Eid, the Muslim holiday immediately following Ramadan, serves as an occasion of joy and celebration.

There are 29 or 30 days in an Islamic month, and the beginning or end of a month depends on the appearance of the crescent, therefore the Muslim month of Ramadan is not fixed on any specific day on a yearly basis.

There are twelve months in the Islamic calendar and Ramadan is the ninth month of the year. Because Islamic calendars are based on lunar orbits, they are nearly ten days shorter than the Gregorian calendar, despite the fact that they have the same number of months.

The Gregorian calendar is based on the lunisolar calendar, which is why Ramadan falls at different times every year based on that calendar.

Timenews1 provided that news.

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