Ramadan ul Mubarak Moon Sighted 2020 Start Dates Timetable

Ramadan Moon Sight on Friday, 24 April 1st Ramadan on Friday expected. Karachi, It is stated that the moon of Ramadan ul Mubarak will be sighted on 30 Shaban Friday, 24 April and the sacred month of Ramadan will be started from Friday, Friday, 24 April 2020. Ramadan 2020 When will be first Ramadan in Pakistan almost confirm and expected date timetable announced.

Ramadan 2020 Start Time Date:

Ramadan 2020 in Pakistan will begin in the evening of

Friday, 24 April

and ends in the evening of

Sunday, 24 May
Dates may vary.

Ramadan ul Mubarak Moon Sighted 2020 Start Dates Timetable in Pakistan, Saudia, UAE, USA, etc. According to the United Arab Emirates’s Department of Weather, it is hoped that Ramadan 2020 will start on April 2020, and will end on May.1st Ramadan in Pakistan 2020 First Roza Date Time,Ramadan ul Mubarak Moon Sighted 2020 Start Dates Timetable

When Is Ramadan 2020?

Ramadan ul Mubarak Moon Sighted 2020 Start Dates Timetable in Pakistan, Saudia, UAE, USA, etc. According to the United Arab Emirates’s Department of Weather, it is hoped that Ramadan 2020 will start on Friday, 24 April, 2020, and will end on Sunday, 24 May.

If reports from UAE’s Weather department are to be believed, Ramadan in Pakistan will start on May 14. After Ramadan Eid will be celebrated accordingly. The government of Pakistan will lower the duration of work for two hours to prevent any bad happening with the workers.

It should be noticed that every year Eid celebrated according to the appearance of the moon and every year the difference of days between English and Islamic calendar observed as eleven days. The celebration of Eid is a matter of dispute from a long time in Pakistan, every year Pakistanis celebrate Eid for two times in the same year.Ramadan ul Mubarak Moon Sighted 2020 Start Dates Timetable

Ramadan ul Mubarak Moon Sighted 2020 Start Dates Timetable

The leading scientist and astronomer of Karachi University, Dr Shahid Qureshi talked with media and said that there are no chances of the sighting of the moon of Ramadan ul Mubarak in April at any part of the country. It is also possible that the Ramadan will also start from Sunday in all other countries of this region. However, the month of Ramadan will be started from May in some Gulf states.

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1st Ramadan in Pakistan Schedule Time Date

RAMADAN TIME TABLE 2020 –

(SEHR-O-IFTAR TIME – اوقات سحر و افطار)

RAMADAN DATE SEHR IFTAR
1 Fri 24 April 04:40 AM 6:59 PM
2 Sat 25 April 04:39 AM 7:00 PM
3 Sun 26 April 04:38 AM 7:00 PM
4 Mon 27 April 04:37 AM 7:01 PM
5 Tue 28 April 04:36 AM 7:01 PM
6 Wed 29 April 04:35 AM 7:02 PM
7 Thu 30 April 04:35 AM 7:02 PM
8 Fri 01 May 04:34 AM 7:03 PM
9 Sat 02 May 04:33 AM 7:03 PM
10 Sun 03 May 04:32 AM 7:04 PM
11 Mon 04 May 04:31 AM 7:04 PM
12 Tue 05 May 04:30 AM 7:05 PM
13 Wed 06 May 04:29 AM 7:05 PM
14 Thu 07 May 04:28 AM 7:06 PM
15 Fri 08 May 04:27 AM 7:06 PM
16 Sat 09 May 04:27 AM 7:07 PM
17 Sun 10 May 04:26 AM 7:07 PM
18 Mon 11 May 04:25 AM 7:08 PM
19 Tue 12 May 04:24 AM 7:08 PM
20 Wed 13 May 04:24 AM 7:09 PM
21 Thu 14 May 04:23 AM 7:09 PM
22 Fri 15 May 04:22 AM 7:10 PM
23 Sat 16 May 04:21 AM 7:10 PM
24 Sun 17 May 04:21 AM 7:11 PM
25 Mon 18 May 04:20 AM 7:11 PM
26 Tue 19 May 04:19 AM 7:12 PM
27 Wed 20 May 04:19 AM 7:13 PM
28 Thu 21 May 04:18 AM 7:13 PM
29 Fri 22 May 04:18 AM 7:14 PM
30 Sat 23 May 04:17 AM 7:14 PM

When will Ramadan be in 2020?

Friday, April 24th is day number 115 of the 2020 calendar year with 1 month, 21 days until the start of the celebration/ observance of Ramadan 2020. Ramazan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. It is a month for fasting, prayer, giving and self-evaluation observed by Muslims. The month lasts 29-30 days depending on the sightings of the crescent moon.

Why does the date vary?

The Islamic calendar is based on the cycle of the moon, but the Gregorian calendar largely used in the western world is based on the sun. Because the two calendars don’t align exactly, the Islamic dates move back by 11 days a year.

So how is the date worked out?

In Islam, the start and end of month is based on a sighting of the first crescent of the new moon at Mecca, in Saudi Arabia. Mecca is Islam’s holiest city because it’s the birthplace of the prophet Muhammad and the place where the Qur’an or Koran was first revealed to him.

But, of course, the crescent moon may not always be visible – because of its position in the sky or because of cloudy weather. It has been decreed since March 2002 that if the first crescent of the new moon is seen above Mecca on the 29th day of the existing month, then Ramadan has ended and the next day will be the start of the new month.

If the moon is not seen, the current month will go on another day, lasting a total of 30 days. This occurred last year, when the moon was not sighted on 23 May and therefore Eid was not the next day but instead. So the date of Ramadan – and, therefore, of Eid al-Fitr at the start of the next month – is not known until a day or so before it is expected to happen.

What happens during Ramadan?

Ramadan is a month of fasting. Muslims must abstain from food, drink, smoking and sex each day, between an early-morning meal (sehar) and a night-time meal (iftar). While fasting, they have more time to focus their minds and activities on prayer and spiritual reflection, including greater study of the Quran. Ramadan was particularly tough in last year because it was in the period leading up to (and including) the longest day of the year.

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