Muslim Holidays

Muslim Holidays

Muslim Holidays

Muslims are the followers of the Islam religion. And the Islamic Calendar is based on the revolutions of the Moon. That’s is the reason why the Islamic calendar has 354 days in a year. There is 11 days difference between the Western Calendar and the Muslim Calendar.Muslim Holidays

Throughout the year Muslims celebrate many holidays including the major and minor. Among them the major holidays are Ramadan & Hajj, different holidays of Muslims are connected with one another.

Note – All the Muslim Holidays are observed according to the revolutions of the moon because the Islamic calendar is Lunar based calendar. That’s why the dates of the event could vary a day or two.

The celebration of the event could vary from region to region but the sole meaning of celebration remains the same among the whole Muslim community regardless of their location. Moreover, Islam is the most emerging religion of the 21st century. Millions of people are accepting Islam and the figures go on increasing exponentially.

List of Religious Holidays of Islam in   – Islamic Holidays

Mar 11, Lailat al Miraj
Mar 28, Lailat al Bara’ah
Apr 13, Ramadan (start)
May 09, Laylat al Qadr
May 13, Eid-al-Fitr (End of Ramadan)
Jul 20, Eid-al-Adha
July 19, Waqf al Arafa – Hajj
Aug 10, Hijra – Islamic New Year
Aug 19, Day of Ashura / Muharram
Oct 19, Milad un Nabi
Oct 19, Milad un Nabi (Shia)