Ramadan Moon Sighting Saudi Arabia on April 1 Evening: It was very common among Muslims, that they celebrate Ramadan. Traditionally, Ramadan begins with the sighting of the crescent moon, which usually appears one night after the new moon. Some people believe that to celebrate Ramadan, the moon needs to be sighted. But after all, different people have different assumptions. This weekend, millions of Muslims will come together to celebrate Ramadan and enjoy the Islamic festival. Ramadan occurred on the last days of the month like 29 and 30. It provides Muslims with an opportunity to develop a level of empathy with people who are suffering in the world. Follow More Update On GetIndiaNews.com
Ramadan Moon Sighting Saudi Arabia
What’s the connection between Moon and Muslims?
This practice has been going on for centuries Muslim people will celebrate Ramadan when it comes to the crescent moon. If the Moon was sighted on Friday, then Ramadan would begin on Saturday, April 2. If no one spots the crescent Moon on Frida, Ramadan could begin a day later that is Sunday, April 3. The sighting of the crescent moon was important as it signals that Ramadan was coming. Every year, dozens of Muslims come together to the Masjid and celebrate Ramadan.
It is the most auspicious day for Muslims. They believe that this day brings more happiness and more glory which encourages us to go to a higher level and brings positivity to our lives. It has been celebrated in many countries like Saudi Arabia, Afghanistan, Pakistan, Uzbekistan, and many more. These are the countries that have been celebrated mostly. Some take this very seriously while some take it as normal. But still, they celebrate it. It has enough for every Muslim person.
What is Ramadan?
Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic Calendar and marks the period where the Quran was first revealed to Prophet Muhammad by God. It was not known whether this information was true or not. Because it has been said for so many years. During Ramadan, pregnant women, elderly people, and those who are ill or traveling don’t have to take the fast.
It is not necessary to take the fast for every woman especially older people or those who are suffering from any kind of disease. Fasting during Ramadan is one of the five pillars of Islam. The fundamental rules that all Muslims follow. The remaining four include the Shahadah means declaration of faith, Salat- prayer, Zakat – charity, and the Hajj pilgrimage.