Karachi: Ramadan Moon In Pakistan is expected to be seen on May 16.
Pakistan Meteorological Department (PMD) revealed that 17 May would be the first day of Ramadan as the Ramadan moon is predicted to be seen on May 16. They further added that the birth of the new moon will take place at 4:49 pm on May 15.
In addition, at the time of the sighting, the moon’s age will be 26 hours and 45 minutes. However, it will visible for around one hour after the sunset.
According to sources, the moon is expected to be seen on May 15 in Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries. Ramadan is the holy month of Muslims that is celebrated with enthusiasm all around the globe.