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Ramadan moon likely to be visible on March 11 in Pakistan

The blessed month of Ramadan is approaching, and preparations for its arrival have begun in Muslim countries, including Arab nations and other parts of the world. Important predictions have been made regarding the sighting of the Ramadan crescent. International astronomers have forecasted that the crescent of Ramadan may be sighted in the Arab region on March 10th, making the first day of fasting in those countries on March 11th. The month of Sha’ban began on February 11th in Arab countries, and March 10th marks the 29th day of Sha’ban.

According to astronomers, this year Sha’ban might consist of 29 days, as the crescent of Ramadan could be seen in some Arab countries on March 10th. The director of the astronomical center suggests that on March 10th, the moon will be very close to the sun, and on March 11th, the crescent of Ramadan will be easily visible in all Islamic countries. Considering this prediction, it is possible that Ramadan may begin on Monday, March 11th, in Arab countries, while other neighboring countries like Pakistan and India may observe the first day of fasting on Tuesday, March 12th.

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