Moon sighted, first Ramazan today

Ramazan 2018 Sehr and Iftar timings in Pakistan

Faisalabad Sehr & Iftar timing 2018

The meetings of zonal and district Ruet-e-Hilal committees will also be held today at their respective headquarters for collecting pieces of evidence concerning sight of the crescent for the holy month of Ramazan. Secretary Ruet-e-Hilal committee research council has said that the moon can be sighted across the country.

The first fast of the month of Ramazan is likely to be observed on Thursday.

Ramazan will begin on Thursday in Saudi Arabia, England as well as in other countries.

The Central Ruet e Hilal Committee will arrange a meeting for the sighting of Ramadan 1439 Hijri Moon.

He added the age of the new moon on Wednesday evening will be more than 26 hours in all cities of Pakistan, and the difference between sunset and moonset will be 58-60 minutes.

Ramazan 2018 Sehr and Iftar timings in Pakistan
Gujranwala Sehr & Iftar timing 2018

According to Pakistan Meteorological Department, the new moon will be born on crossing conjunction point at 16:49 PM on May 15 so there is fair chance of sighting the new moon of Ramazan today.

Ramazan-ul-Mubarak Moon has been sighted in many Countries of the World including in Pakistan on Wednesday evening, marking the advent of the Holy Month of Ramazan. If it happens, it will one of the rarest occasions, when Muslims in India, Pakistan and Bangaldeh will start Ramadan along with Muslims I Arab and Western countries.

Meanwhile, special preparations are also on in the Muslim world for Salate Taraveeh - the special night prayers offered in the month of Ramadan besides daily prayers five times in a day.

Ramadan is the holy month of Islam and Muslims eagerly wait for the Ramadan moon sighting.

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