The Muslim holy month of Ramzan which is also known as Ramadan is all set to officially starting for Muslims in India from 28th May means from this Sunday of 2017.

The holy month of Ramadan — alternately Ramzan — will officially all set to start for Muslims in India from this Sunday, 28th May as per decided and reportedly. The decision came after Khalid Firangi Mahali of the Markazi Chand Committee — the panel announced after decided on the Ramadan dates in India — failed to spot the moon on Friday evening.

Ramadan 2017: Ramzan in India to Begin from This Sunday

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Both the Shia and Sunni committees hence decided that the first Roza — or mandatory fasting — of Ramadan 2017 is all set to take place from this Sunday itself, and the rest of the dates should be adjusted as per accordingly.

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The Islamic calendar is a lunar one, so its festival and event of the festival are actually depended on the movement of moon means, the moon being seen or not. That is the case with Ramadan, the holy Islamic month and it is the time when Muslim people across the world keep a fast during daytime and feast at sundown till dawn the next day.

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It is believed that Ramadan is the holiest month of the year. So in this holy month, mostly people observe fasting — called Roza — as one of the five pillars of the Islamic faith, and also people will be engaged in some of the religious activities such as praying, giving to charity, reciting the holy book of Quran and helping the poor.

Afterward, the holy month of Ramadan Muslim people has grand celebrations in the form of Eid ul-Fitr.

Facebook’s entire message read, “It’s the First Day of Ramadan. Honoring important holidays in part of Facebook’s mission to create a more open and connected world. If you’re one of the millions of people around the globe who observe Ramadan, we wish you a time blessed with reflection, community, and family.”

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