Ramadan moon likely to be sighted on March 22

Canada Global (Web News) The anticipated start of Ramadan in Pakistan was declared by the Department of Meteorology Climate Data Processing Center.

According to the center’s forecast, there is a good chance that on March 22 the Ramadan moon will be visible.

At 10:23 PM on March 21, the moon is predicted to be born. The Climate Data Processing Center also forecasts that on March 22, the moon will likely be clear and partly overcast, setting at 6:44 p.m. and rising at 7:32 p.m., respectively.

The moon will be 22 hours and 44 minutes old in Karachi at the time of sunset. The centre also points out that 48 minutes after sunset, the moon will probably still be visible.

Muslims all across the world commemorate Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, as a time for fasting, prayer, and introspection. Ramadan’s precise start date is determined by the moon’s sighting, which changes by location and year.

Muslims in Pakistan eagerly await the news of Ramadan’s anticipated arrival date since it signals the beginning of a month-long period of spiritual meditation and worship.

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