Ramadan is the holiest month for Muslims. According to the Islamic calendar, This month is the ninth month. As Islamic Calendar starts with the sighting of the Moon, after the end of the month of Shaban, the Ramadan Commonly spelled in Ramzan will begin. Ramadan 2023 will starts on Saturday, April 02 in the USA
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According to the statement of Wikipedia, the word Ramadan is rooted in the Arabic word Ramida or Ar Ramid. The root word refers to heat and dryness. Therefore, the meaning of Ramadan is “Summer Season”. Most historian also believes that the word Ramadan is Refers to the Summer Season. In the Indian Subcontinent Ramadan is known as Ramzan.
The generalized word Ramadan is the ninth of Arabic Lunar Calendar. During this month the Muslim Ummah fasts. The fasting time starts at the dawn and ends at dusk. In Arab Countries like Saudi Arab, UAE the word SWAMO is used to point out the fasting. In the Indian Subcontinent e.g. Pakistan, India & Bangladesh, this word is Rozeh. There are some definite fasting rules. I have described this in the following section according to the Quran & Sunnah with scientific logic.
O you who believe! Keep your duty to Allah, fear him and Speak(always) the truth. “
——Sura Al-Ahazab: Verses 70-71
He will direct you to righteous good deeds and will forgive you for your sins. Moreover, Whosoever obeys Allah and His Messenger, He has indeed achieved a great achievement’
When does Ramadan 2023 start?
As the Islamic calendar is the lunar calendar when Ramadan 2023 starts is not definite. It changes according to the geographical location as well as on the moon. Here I have collected some information about Ramadan in the different regions of the world. The following table indicates the first day of Ramadan 2023.
Ramzan 2023 date in India
Ramzan starts with the sighting of the moon. The day is fixed according to the Islamic Calendar. But it varies from place to place. Ramzan 2023 date in India is Saturday, April 02. It continues for one month. The Ramadan 2023 ends on Monday, May 02, 2023.
After the Ramadan/ Ramzan Eid ul Fitr will be celebrated.
History of Ramadan
Ramadan Became the holiest month of 610 AD. It was Ramadan when the first verses of the Holy Quran revealed to the Prophet Muhammad (SAW). It was on Laylat Al Qadr. According to the Holy Quran,
The month of Ramadan in which was revealed the Qur’an, A guidance for mankind and clear proofs for the guidance and the criterion(Between Right and Wrong)
——- Sura Al-Baqarah
Prophet Muhammad (SAW) while doing meditation in Hira Mount, Angel Gibrail came to him. Angel Gibril Reveal some verses of the Quran. After that Muhammad (SAW) was afraid of. He told it to his wife Khadija. After that, Islam spread. It was the time of Ramadan. This is the brief history of Ramadan. Muslim ummah celebrates this month with day-long fasting which is known as Fasting of Ramadan.
Another Verse from the Quran signifies the first reveal of the Quran in Lailatul Qadr
Verily! We have it (The Qur’an) down in Lailatul Qadr (The night of Decree). And what will make you know what the Night Decree is? The Night of Decree is better than a thousand Month.
——–Sura Al-Qadr, Verses:1-3
Ramadan 2023 Saudi Arabia
Ramadan 2023 in Saudi Arabia as like the Ramzan 2023 in India. The possible date of the first day of Ramadan in Saudi Arabia is Friday 1st April 2023, is guessing that this year Ramadan will be 30 days long. If the moon of Shawal is visible on the 1st of May, then Eid ul Fitr will be celebrated on the 2nd of May, the 2nd of May is Eid Day in Saudi Arabia. Saudi School Holidays of Ramadan Begins on Monday, April 02, 2023, and Ends on May . After the that everything will continue in as usual
Ramadan 2023 Dubai, Uk, USA
Like the other countries of the world Ramadan 2023 in Dubai, United Kingdom, the United States will start on Saturday, April 2, 2023. It will continue for 30 days depending on the sighting of the moon. It is notable that, Muslim holiday begins on the previous evening.
After the End of the holy month of Ramadan, Ramadan Eid (Eid Ul Fitr) will be celebrated throughout the world.
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