As soon as a user can see the moon, Google drops a series of lights and chandeliers to mark the Ramdan celebrations.
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This was announced by Google via a Twitter post.
“Add that extra sparkle to your Ramadan plans at home … Search for” Ramadan “in your Google app … Click the moon for a space-ready surprise,” says Google on its Twitter Contribution.
Add that extra sparkle to your Ramadan plans at home. 🏠🔍 Search for “Ramadan” in your Google app. 🌙 Click on… https://t.co/Z9G2F2U2sw
– Google India (@GoogleIndia) 1620361800000
Ramdan is considered the holiest and most pious month of fasting and praying for all Muslims around the world. It is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar. The month of Ramadan begins with the first sighting of the new moon and ends with the celebrations of Eid al-Fitr.