When is Ramadan 2021? What day does Eid al-Fitr coincide?


The answer to the question of when will Ramadan 2021 begin, continues to remain on the agenda among the issues questioned and wondered by many Muslim citizens. Citizens who want to perform their worship and plan a holiday during the holiday question the 2021 Eid al-Fitr. So, when is Ramadan 2021? What day does Eid al-Fitr coincide?

When does Ramadan begin? Berat Kandili, the harbinger of the month of Ramadan, was realized last week. The eyes are now turned to the date when Ramadan, the sultan of eleven months, will begin. So when is Ramadan? What day will the first fast be observed? When is Eid al-Fitr, how many days is it holiday?

WHEN DOES RAMADAN START?

The list of religious days for the year 2021 has been announced. According to the list of religious days published by Religious Affairs, the beginning of Ramadan falls on Tuesday, April 13, 2021. The first fast will be observed on April 13th.

WHEN IS THE RAMADAN DAY?

The first day of our religious holiday, which will be celebrated after the month of Ramadan, coincides with Thursday, May 13, 2021. The second day of the Ramadan Feast is Friday, May 14, and Saturday, May 15, the third.

WHAT ARE THE CONDITIONS OF OBLIGATION TO KEEP FAST?

According to Islam, the basic conditions for the individual to be responsible are to be muslim, intelligent and reaching the age of puberty. Therefore, these conditions are also the conditions of being responsible with the worship of fasting. Accordingly, in order for a person to fast in the month of Ramadan to be obligatory, he must first be a Muslim and a akil-balaq.

Although they meet the conditions of being obliged to worship, people in some special situations have been given a license not to fast.

Although they are not obliged to worship, children who do not reach the age of adolescence are encouraged to pray and to fast in order to be familiarized and warmed up. As a matter of fact, Hz. The Prophet (PBUH) suggested that children be accustomed to prayer between the ages of seven and ten.


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