The shooting stars will start at 12.30 am and peak between 3 AM to 5 AM. Commonly known as Lyrids meteor showers, they will be visible from the entire northern hemisphere in the constellation of Lyra.
"The best time to watch the shooting stars is between 3 AM to 5 AM tomorrow," SPACE Director C B Devgun said, adding the phenomena can be observed in the northeast to northern directions in the sky.
Observers can expect to see up to 20 "shooting stars" per hour -- an average of one every three minutes -- at the peak, he said.
However, only brightest of the meteors will be seen as an 85-per cent bright Moon may obscure some of the shooting stars.
The meteors have their origin from the Comet C/1861 G1 Thatcher. The velocity of particles entering the Earth would be 49 km/sec, N Raghunandan Kumar, Secretary of Planetary Society of India said.