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Eid-ul-Fitr will be celebrated on this date in India, know full details


After a month of fasting in Ramadan, Muslims around the world eagerly await the sighting of the new moon (called Chand Raat). After this Eid will be celebrated.

Since the date of celebrating Eid varies in most parts of the world, the holiday of Eid varies Eid-ul-Fitr Starting on Friday.

According to the description, lunar months are either 29 or 30 days long, with Muslims confirming its date by the night before Eid.

For Indians this year Eid-ul-Fitr will be celebrated on 22 April. India Union Muslim League (IUML) state president Syed Sadiq Ali Shihab Thangal on Thursday said that the crescent moon of Shawwal was not sighted. This means that Muslims will have to fast for one more day and celebrate the auspicious festival on April 22.

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Meanwhile, the Kerala government has also declared a government holiday on April 22 on the occasion of Eid. According to the calendar, Eid is a holiday on Friday, 21 April.

Like India, Pakistan’s state-backed moon-sighting committee announced in Islamabad that Eid al-Fitr would be celebrated on Saturday as there was no moon sighting.

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Whereas, Saudi Arabia announced that the celebration of Eid-ul-Fitr will start from Friday. The United Arab Emirates and Qatar announced that their holiday would begin on Friday, while their Gulf Arab neighbor Oman announced that the moon had not been sighted and that the holiday would begin on Saturday.

People in UAE will get 4 days off to celebrate Eid. The year’s long weekend began on Thursday and offices and schools will reopen on Monday, April 24.

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