1. If due to cloud or dust the moon of Ramadhaan was not visible but a reliable and pious man gave evidence of  having seen the moon, then the visibility of moon is proved whether the person is a man or woman.
  2. But if  the moon of  Eid is not Visible due to cloud, then the evidence of one man,  however pious or reliable he may be, will not be counted till  two reliable and pious men or one pious man and two pious women give  evidence of their having seen the moon. The evidence of four women even will not be counted.
  3. Anyone who dose not observe the religious code i.e. does not pray or keep fast and always tells a lie or is guilty of other sins against religious law, then his evidence should not be believed as reliable despite his swearing. Even. if two or three  such persons give evidence, it will not be counted or relied upon.
  4. It is generally said that on the day which was fourth of Rajab (month) the first of Ramadhaan will fall on that day. This is not correct according to Shari’at. No fast should be observed if there is no moon.
  5. On visibility of new moon it is bad to say that it is very big or appears to be of the last day. It has been said in the Traditions that people would say so near the Dooms day. Nor the dooj of Hindus should be believed that the visibility of moon is certain as it is dooj that day. All these thoughts are irrelevant according to Shari’ah (religious code).
  6. If the sky is quite clear, then the evidence of two or three men would not suffice either for Ramadhaan or Eid moon till the number of witnesses is large enough to establish that such large number of men could not have conspired and  that they cannot tell a lie.
  7. If it is rumoured in the entire population that the new moon has appeared and many persons have seen it, but in spite of all efforts not a single person could be found who actually seen the moon, then such a rumour would not be relied or taken account of.
  8. If a single person has seen the moon of Ramadhaan and none else, but he does not observe the religious laws, then upon his evidence others should not keep fast. But if this man has completed thirty fasts and the Eid moon is not then he should observe the 31st fast also and celebrate Eid with others.
  9. If only one man has seen the Eid moon and his evidence was not relied upon, then it is not proper for him to celebrate Eid. He should keep a fast next day and should not rely upon his own seeing of moon.
  10. If the residents of a city have seen the new  moon, it would be binding and a proof for the people of other city, whatever the distance between them may be -- so if this moon was visible at one end of the West and its evidence reached through a reliable source to the other end of East, fast will become obligatory for the people of East.
  11. If upon the evidence of two reliable persons the visibility of new moon was established and, people observed fast accordingly but after 30 days the Eid moon was not visible whether the sky was clear or not fast should not be kept on 31st day and that day will be counted as the first day of Shawwaal.
  12. If the moon was seen at day time on the 30th, it will be regarded as that of the coming night and not of last night and that day will not be counted as that of the next month, whether the moon was seen before mid-day or after that.
  13. If any one sees the moon of Ramadhaan or Eid and due to sonic reasons his evidence is not relied upon, then it is essential for him to keep fasts of both the days i.e. if he saw the moon of Ramadhaan, then next day he Should keep a fast and in the same way if it was Eid moon he should keep a fast next day.