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The first night of Ramadan Kareem will begin after sunset on Friday, April 1. It will end on the evening of Sunday,

May 1. It is always held on the 9th month of the Islamic lunar calendar — a calendar that is based on the phases of the moon.

The 12 months of this calendar add up to 354 days: 11 days shorter than the standard Gregorian calendar. 

Because of this, the Islamic Lunar calendar moves backwards 11 days each year. 

So, every year, the first day of Ramadan falls 11 days earlier. What is Ramadan? 

Ramadan is the most sacred month of the year for Muslims.

During its 29 to 30 days, Muslims fast every day from sunrise to sunset. 

When the sun sets, there is a communal meal called Iftar where you break your fast, typically with your family or friends. 

But the month of Ramadan is about more than just fasting.

Doing good deeds such as charity, increasing your generosity and abstaining from sinful acts, such as gossip, are all important traits of Ramadan. 

It is a month of self-reflection and a way for Muslims to develop positive habits that can be continued and encouraged once Ramadan is over.’This year, Ramadan will be a little lonely.

“In a way, the 2021 lockdown was good because it meant my whole family was at home.

“We got to break fast together, without getting caught up in work or any distractions.”What happens after Ramadan? 

After the fasting, comes the feasting. 

Ending a month of fasting, Muslims celebrate with a three-day festival called Eid al-Fitr, or Festival of Breaking the Fast, and wish each other “Eid Mubarak” meaning: “Have a blessed Eid”.

During Eid, Muslims have family, friends and neighbours over, indulging them in a feast and eating traditional foods only made during this time. 

“My favourite thing about Ramadan is breaking fast together and celebrating Eid at the end of the month,” Zathia said.

“We get to wear cultural clothing, exchange gifts and be around family.” Happy Ramadan Kareem Mubarak.

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