The Ramadan moon has not been sighted in Saudi Arabia on Tuesday, therefore the Holy month of Ramadan will begin from March 23 (Thursday).
According to local media reports, the moon sighting committee of Saudi Arabia will meet again on Wednesday to confirm the sighting of the moon.
The Islamic calendar is usually either 29 or 30 days and the beginning and end of the month depend on the crescent moon, which is why Ramadan is not set on any specific days annually.
Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. Ramadan is the month in which the Holy Quran was revealed to the Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him). Muslims observe the month with prayers and fasting.
The Islamic calendar, a lunar calendar, has 12 months and it is shorter than the Gregorian calendar nearly 10 days.