The Ministry of Science and Know-how has mentioned that the Ramazan moon will likely be sighted in all main cities throughout the nation on the night of April 13 and the holy month would start from Wednesday, April 14 this 12 months.
In a tweet from its official deal with on Saturday, the ministry, headed by Fawad Chaudhry, mentioned the crescent will likely be clearly seen in Islamabad, Lahore, Peshawar and Karachi.
“The moon of Ramazan, 1442 AH will likely be sighted on the night of April 13, 2021, and the primary Ramzan will likely be on the 14th April, 2021 (InshaAllah). The moon will likely be clearly sighted in Islamabad, Lahore, Peshawar and Karachi.”
The moon of Ramzam , 1442 AH will likely be sighted on the night of April 13, 2021, and the primary Ramzan will likely be on the 14th April, 2021 ( InshaAllah). The moon will likely be clearly sighted in Islamabad, Lahore, Peshawar and Karachi.
— Ministry of Science & Know-how (@MinistryofST) April 3, 2021
Nevertheless, the official announcement of the beginning of Islamic months is made by moon sighting committee — the Central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee.
Final month, Dr Shahid Qureshi, a well known astronomer and knowledgeable within the sighting of the crescent, advised The Categorical Tribune that the primary quick in Pakistan is prone to be noticed on Wednesday, April 14, with the sighting of the moon on ninth Sha’ban.
In response to him, the beginning of the Ramazan’s moon on Monday, April 12 will happen at 7:30 within the morning in response to Pakistan time, so on the night of April 12, the crescent will not be prone to be seen anyplace on the planet.
Nevertheless, the opportunity of seeing the crescent via binoculars in Western nations within the night can’t be dominated out fully, he added.
The age of the crescent will likely be 12 hours and 50 minutes at sundown and the crescent will set in simply 18 minutes and 37 seconds after sundown, as per the knowledgeable.
The holy month of Ramazan, is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and signifies a month dedicated to worship, fasting and reflection within the Islamic religion.
The month commemorates the primary revelation to Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), and the annual month-long quick types one of many 5 pillars of Islam.
Fasting from dawn to sundown in the course of the holy month is compulsory on all Muslims.