The holy month of Muslims that is the month of Ramadan is going to start soon. Ramadan is the ninth month of the year according to the Islamic Hijri calendar.
According to the belief, fasting is kept for a month and the fast is started before sunrise and it is broken after sunset in the evening.
According to the Islamic calendar, the month of Ramadan is going to start from April 2 this year. Accordingly, Eid will be celebrated on May 2. Usually, the month of Ramadan lasts between 29 and 30 days and ends with the celebration of Eid.
Iftar is eaten before dawn and while breaking the fast in the evening. This month also holds significance because it is said that at the beginning of this month, Allah had made Prophet Muhammad aware of the Quran.
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Ramadan is celebrated by Muslims all over the world. In this, the hours of fasting may vary. For example, in New Zealand, fasting is to be kept for about 11 hours, while in countries like Norway and Islands, the time of fasting is being told as 20 hours.
Similarly, 20 hours in Oslo and Helsinki, 19 in Berlin, 17 in Ottawa, 18.5 in London, 17 hours in Moscow, Sofia, Kabul, Paris and Rome, 18.5 in Beijing, 16 in Tokyo and 16 in Islamabad are also observed. are going. The fasting time in New Delhi can be around 15 hours.