Will the first fast of this year really be on April 14? Global expert analysis

KARACHI: The experts of the crescent sighting website say that on the evening of April 13, 2021, the moon of Ramadan will be easily visible in almost all countries of the world. That is, almost all over the world, Ramadan this year will begin simultaneously on April 14

A detailed map on this website predicts the month of Ramadan 1442 AH:

The countries of the world where the moon of Ramadan can be easily seen with the naked eye are shown in green in this map.

It can be seen in the map that the whole of Pakistan is included in these countries, that is, when the information is clear, the moon of Ramadan 1422 AH can be easily seen in every city, town, village and every area of ​​Pakistan.

The same website further states that on the evening of April 12, 2021, the moon of Ramadan will be difficult to see in South and North America, while the view of the moon will be better in Hawaii and the Polynesian islands.

It should be noted that the birth of the “new moon” (Hilal) of Ramadan this year will take place on April 12, 2021 at 7:30 AM according to Pakistani Standard Time.

However, it will take another 18 hours for the new moon to be visible to the human eye. By then, April 13 will have started in Pakistan and it will be after midnight.

Therefore, on the evening of April 13, at sunset in Pakistan, the age of the moon will be about 36 hours, due to which the moon of Ramadan will have become very large and prominent, which will be easily visible if the information is clear.

Hassam Durrani

Columnist, Analyst, Raabta.Net, Raabta,net/urdu, Daily Frontier Post, Daily Leader, Mera Sehar Lahore, President PFUC (Punjab Wing), YouTuber. Content Writer/ Producer Current Affair Programs at Channel 5, Daily Khabrain Group. News Associate Producer at 7 News (The Aspire Group)

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