Ramazan, the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar, is a time for Muslims worldwide to observe fast from dawn till dusk. While Middle Eastern countries begin observing the fast on Thursday, Indians start on Friday. The exact start date of Ramazan varies from country to country and is determined by the sighting of the new moon.
As Ramazan approaches, the streets of localities with a Muslim population in Delhi are bustling with excitement. Markets are filled with shoppers purchasing food and gifts for loved ones, and mosques prepare for increased attendance during this holy month. The atmosphere is electric, and the sense of community and togetherness is palpable.
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