Muslims worldwide are awaiting the new moon’s visibility (known as Chaand Raat) after observing a month-long fast during Ramadan. Eid will thereafter be observed after that.
Thus, The holiday of Eid al-Fitr begins on Friday since the date of the Eid celebration differs across much of the world. According to specifics, it is said that the lunar months last 29 or 30 days. Therefore, Muslims wait until the night before Eid to determine the exact day.
However, this year, Eid-ul-Fitr will be observed on April 22 for Indians. Thus, this indicates that Muslims must observe their fast for an additional day before celebrating the blessed celebration on April 22.
On account of Eid, the Keralan government has also proclaimed the 22nd of April a public holiday. The calendar indicates that Friday, April 21, will be Eid Day.
It is also assumed that Saudi Arabia said that Eid al-Fitr celebrations will start on Friday. While its Gulf Arab neighbor Oman stated that the moon had not been spotted and that the holiday would start on Saturday, the United Arab Emirates and Qatar announced that their respective countries’ holidays would start on Friday.
People in the UAE will enjoy a four-day holiday to commemorate Eid. The longest weekend of the year began on Thursday, and on Monday, April 24, businesses and educational institutions will restart.