The holy month of Ramzan is around the corner with less than two weeks left.

According to weather analyst Jawad Memon, although the Ramzan moon will rise on March 10, it will not be visible on that day. “The moon will be clearly visible on March 11,” he said. The first Taraweeh will take place on the night of March 11 as there is a 95 percent probability that the first Roza will be on Tuesday, March 12.

Like every year, the meeting of the Central Royat Hilal Committee will be held in Islamabad, in which all the zonal committees will be meeting in their respective domains.


Earlier, Gulf News reported that astronomers have predicted that the main connection will be on March 10 at 9 am. Resultantly, the moon will be visible only after sunset in most Islamic countries on March 10.

However, astronomers believe that the chances of seeing the moon in the entire Arab and Islamic world on March 10 are very low.

Ramzan is expected to start on Tuesday, March 12 in most Islamic countries including Pakistan.