The time of entering fasting in 2018: May 16, 2018, the lunar calendar, the second day of April 2018, 2018; the time of the fasting in 2018: June 15, 2018, the lunar calendar, Friday, May 2018, 2018 .
Islam’s official rules for the earliest Ramadan began in 623 AD. Chapters 183, 184, 185, and 187 of the Koran are described in this regard. Muhammad, Allah’s messenger, also said: “Ramadhan is the month of Allah, and it is expensive for any month of the year.”
The beginning and end of the month of Ramadan are based on the appearance of the crescent moon. The Islamic chief looks up at the sky in the mosque’s prayer hall. If a slender moon is seen, the month of Ramadan begins.
Since the time of the crescent moon is not the same, the time when different Islamic countries entered the month of Ramadan is not exactly the same. At the same time, because the Islamic calendar is about 355 days a year, which is about 10 days away from the Gregorian calendar, Ramadan has no fixed time in the Gregorian calendar.
In the month of Ramadan, every day when the East has just begun to shine during the sunset, in addition to the sick, travelers, infants, pregnant women, breast-feeding women, mothers, women who are passing through, and combat soldiers, adult Muslims must strictly observe the fast. Do not eat or drink, no smoking, no room and so on. It was not until the sun was sunk that people took a meal, followed by entertainment, or visiting friends and relatives.
For the more than one billion Muslims in the world, Ramadan is the holiest month of the year. During the month of Ramadan, Muslims do not eat or drink from sunrise to sunset and express their self-sacrifice in this way. During this period, Muslims quit fasting, praying, and reading the Qur'an.
The second day of Ramadan is the Muslim Eid al-Fitr. Holidays generally take three days off. People go to the mosque for worship. Friends and relatives also have to congratulate each other. Many young men and women also deliberately arrange to hold a grand wedding at this time, adding a festive atmosphere to the festival.
Eid al-Fitr is one of the two most important festivals in Islam. It is the day of the celebration in the entire Muslim world. Everyone exchanges greetings: “Erd Mubarak!” (Auspicious Holidays!)”.
On this day, Muslims dressed in festive costumes, attended festival ceremonies, and visited each other, praising the grace and mercy of Allaah and celebrating the successful completion of the second-biggest commandment of the year - the end of fasting and Ramadan.
On this day, Islam stipulates that every Muslim must perform a social obligation while performing religious ceremonies--a fasting donation (that is, alms for Eid al-Fitr), so that each Muslim can have a happy and enjoyable holiday. To open up the fast and donate money to the impoverished people to fill in the deficiencies of this day, so that they do not run around for the festive life, and cannot share the happiness of the festival with Muslims, so that every Muslim can enjoy the warmth of religion and family love and help between Muslims. It reflects the civilization of human society.