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When Will 1st Fast In Pakistan 2021 ? | 1st Ramadhan In Pakistan 2021 ?

 When Will 1st Fast In Pakistan 2021 ?

Karachi: The first fast in Pakistan will be on Wednesday, April 14 with the sighting of the moon on 29 Shaban.

The month of Ramadan in the world will be born on the morning of April 12, 2021. This day will be 28 Sha'ban in Pakistan and it is impossible to see the moon of Ramadan at sunset on April 12 in most parts of the world including Pakistan because exactly 18 minutes of sunset on this day. And after 37 seconds, the moon itself will set and it is quite possible that on April 13, according to 29 Sha'ban Pakistan, the moon of Ramadan will be seen in most parts of the world. 


The first fast in Pakistan will be on Wednesday, April 14, with the sighting of the moon on 29 Sha'ban. This was stated by Dr. Shahid Qureshi, a well-known astronomer and expert in the sighting of the crescent, in an interview with The Express.


According to the details received from Dr. Shahid Qureshi, the birth of the month of Ramadan on Monday, April 12 will take place at 7.30 am Pakistan time, so on the evening of April 12, the crescent is not likely to be seen anywhere in the world. However, the possibility of seeing the crescent through binoculars in American countries this evening cannot be ruled out.


This evening, Monday, April 12, according to 28 Sha'ban Karachi, the sunset is at 6:52:59, while the crescent will be at 7:11, 11 and 16 seconds, and the difference between sunset and sunset will be 18 minutes and 37 seconds. The age of the crescent will be 12 hours and 50 minutes at sunset and the crescent will set in just 18 minutes and 37 seconds after sunset.


According to Dr. Shahid Qureshi, the crescent in Makkah will set in just 23 minutes after sunset on the same day on Monday, while the height of the crescent will be only 5 degrees from the horizon at sunset. Easy to see.


According to Dr. Shahid Qureshi, on the same day, on Tuesday, April 13, the crescent in Makkah will set for 1 hour 12 minutes and 26 seconds after sunset, so the crescent will be easily visible from there. However, according to Saudi traditions, the first fast in Saudi Arabia. It is likely to be on April 13.


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