As per a Saudi astronomer, Eid-ul-Fitr will be on Monday, in Saudi Arabia and on Tuesday, in Pakistan. Dr. Abdullah Al-Misnid took to Twitter to share the news with everyone. He is a former astronomy professor at the Qassim University, Buraydah, Saudi Arabia. The moon will set at 06:31 PM while the sun sets at 06:46 PM on Saturday which marks the 29th day of Ramadan according to him.
This information comes as a relief to many who were worried about the date of Eid. It is always a happy occasion that is celebrated with great joy and enthusiasm by people all over the world. Muslims dress up in their finest clothes, pray and exchange gifts with family and friends.
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