Ramadan is the Muslim holy month, and most of the world’s 1.6 billion Muslims will observe it in some way, even if there is a pandemic.

This means there’s a high possibility you or a friend, coworker, neighbor, or your child’s teacher will be celebrating, fasting, and participating in a variety of other holy-month-specific events.

What is a typical day like during Ramadan?

Muslims fast during Ramadan, rising early to eat the first meal of the day, which must continue until sunset.

This entails eating a lot of high-protein foods and drinking as much water as possible until morning, after which you are not allowed to eat or drink anything.


The morning prayer is recited at daybreak. Because it’s still early in the morning, many people sleep in a little longer before getting ready for the day (I certainly do).


We are not supposed to skip work, school, or any other daily obligations just because we are fasting. Businesses and schools in many Muslim nations, on the other hand, may cut back or close totally during the day.

Despite not being able to eat or drink anything for the entire day, Muslims go about their everyday lives as usual.

 How do you calculate a day in Ramadan?

In Saudi Arabia, a moon-sighting committee determines when Ramadan begins and ends.

It starts the day after the committee observes the new crescent moon, which might be difficult because it’s so faint and only visible for approximately 20 minutes.



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