Eid Ul Fitr 2022: Eid will be celebrated in the country on May 3, the moon is not visible today

Publish Date: 02 May, 2022 |
 

This time the festival of Eid will be celebrated on 3rd May i.e. Tuesday. Eid will now be celebrated tomorrow due to no moon sighting in Saudi Arabia on Sunday. With this, the last and longest fast of Ramadan will be kept today, which will be of 15 hours and 11 minutes. Eid Ul Fitr is considered a very big festival for the Muslim people.

Officials confirm Eid on 3rd May

The moon will be visible on Monday and then Eid will be celebrated in India on May 3. This has been announced by the Sadar of Markji Chand Committee Farangi Mahal and Imam Qazi Maulana Khalid Rashid Farangi Mahali of Lucknow Idgah. He said that the moon has not happened, so Eid will be celebrated on May 3.

Eid-ul-Fitr prayers will be held on May 3 at 10 am at Idgah in Lucknow. For the last 2 years, the splendor of the festival of Eid had disappeared due to the corona epidemic. This year the cases of corona are less and the restrictions are also less than in the last 2 years, due to which the preparations for Eid are visible in the markets. 

A large number of people reached the Jama Masjid

While people are reaching the Jama Masjid market in Delhi to shop for preparations to celebrate the festival of Eid. During the last two years, due to the Corona epidemic, there was silence in the markets even on the occasions of Eid-ul-Fitr, but this time on the occasion of Eid, the markets are looking bright.

Importance of Ramadan

The month of Ramadan is 29 days or 30 days. If Eid will be on Monday then the month of Ramzan in India will be of 29 days and if Eid will be on Tuesday then the month of Ramzan in India will be of 30 days. In Arab countries, this time the month of Ramadan will be 30 days. It is believed in Islam that the doors of mercy are opened in Ramadan. The reward of the prayers performed in this month increases manifold. 

The month of Ramadan is divided into three parts after 10-10 days and it is called Ashra. In the first Ashra it is believed that Allah has mercy. It is said that in the second Ashra there is forgiveness of sins, while the third Ashra is for saving oneself from the fire of Jahannam.

 

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