When the Islamic calendar’s ninth month, Ramadan, comes around, it’s a month that many Muslims look forward to. Muslims all throughout the world fast for 30 days during the holy Islamic month of Ramadan, which begins on Friday and ends on Friday.
Because the Islamic calendar is based on the lunar cycle, the date of the ninth month in the Islamic calendar fluctuates from year to year. As a result, Ramadan travels across the seasons of the Gregorian calendar as the month of Ramadan.
The completion of Ramadan is commemorated by the celebration of Eid al-Fitr, during which Muslims get together to express their gratitude for a fruitful month.
When Will Ramadan End In 2022?
Ramadan began for some Muslims on April 2, 2022, while it began for others on April 3, 2022, depending on where you live. The Islamic holy month begins when a crescent moon is visible in the sky, which allows for various sects to begin on different nights depending on where they are located.
Countries such as Saudi Arabia and Iran, where Islam is the predominant religion throughout the country, are examples of this. Saudi Arabia is particularly cherished since it is commonly referred to be Islam’s “heartland,” and because it is the site of Mecca, the holiest place in the Islamic religion.
Because Ramadan began on or around April 2 or 3, it is more probable that the fasting season will come to a close on or around May 1, 2, or even 3 in the year 2022.
This date, however, is subject to change depending on when Eid is officially declared. Ramadan, on the other hand, is extremely unusual to last more than 30 days.