Is Ramadan Starts a Public Holiday in Afghanistan?
Ramadan starts is a public holiday for the general population according to Holidays 2023. This means, offices, colleges, schools, universities, and several other academic institutions remain closed on this day.
Ramadan Starts Celebrations
Muslims are seen actively participating in communal feasts, Iftars and prayers in mosques after Ramadan Starts. Some can be seen spending their time in the mosques and reciting the Holy Quran, especially on the night of Shab-e-Qadr. Muslims are seen making huge donations and offering help to the poor and needy. One of the significant acts performed during this month is Zakat, where Muslims donate a specific share of their assets and savings to the poor and needy.
Ramadan starts Observances
|2019||Mon||6 May||Ramadan starts||Public Holiday|
|2020||Fri||24 April||Ramadan starts||Public Holiday|
|2021||Tue||13 April||Ramadan starts||Public Holiday|
|2022||Sun||3 April||Ramadan starts||Public Holiday|
|2023||Thu||23 March||Ramadan starts||Public Holiday|
|2024||Mon||11 March||Ramadan starts||Public Holiday|
|2025||Sat||1 March||Ramadan starts||Public Holiday|
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