May the holy month of Ramadan begins on May 7th. According to the Islamic government, the Arab moon is dependent on moon observation. As a result, counting Ramadan & # 39; the Arabic Month of 1440 AH begins on May 7, with regard to seeing the new moon in the evening.
The information was provided by the Bangladesh Astronomical Society (BAS) in a press release on Sunday.
Mamun Ahmed Sharif, press secretary of the organization, said in a press release: "The moon will be born by the completion of the new moon at 4:45 on Sunday, May 5 (Sunday). During sunset, the moon will be located at 283 degrees in 4 degrees from the horizontal line, and the moon will last from 25 minutes to 6 hours. However, no part of the moon will be visible on this day.
He further states: "The moon will stay at a horizon of 282 horizontally above 17 degrees from the horizontal line at sunset on May 6 (Monday) at 6 pm 29 minutes and after about 1 hour 22 minutes in the sky the country will settle at 289 degrees at 7 hours 51 minutes .
At this time, about 3 percent of the moon will be illuminated and the sky is clear from the clouds, clearly visible. The moon rises in the evening by 37 hours 44 minutes and will be best seen at 7am 5 minutes.