Ramadan: Crescent not seen in Saudi Arabia, fasts from Thursday

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The crescent of the month of Ramadan could not be seen at the Tamir Observatory in Saudi Arabia on Tuesday. So, Thursday, March 23, will be the first day of Ramadan.

According to news agency Kashmir Dot Com the Islamic calendar is usually either 29 or 30 days. The beginning and end of the month depend on the crescent moon, which is why Ramadan is not set on any specific days annually.

Where as, Friday 24th March 2023 will be the first day of ramadan 1444 in India, Bangladesh and Pakistan. (KDC)

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