Islamic events Archive
As is Christmas known throughout the world, so is the Muslim festival of Eid. The literal meaning of the word ‘Eid’ is ‘Happiness’ or ‘Joy’, thus, the festival of Eid is a festival of joy where Muslims celebrate happiness by sharing it. Throughout the Islamic calendar, Muslims celebrate two Eids, one is known as ‘Eid-ul-Fitr’,
The end of the Holy month of Ramadan is marked by the auspicious occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr. It is one of the most celebrated occasions that are awaited by Muslims throughout the year. With the beginning of the month of Ramadan, Muslims start eying the end of it, which would come with the amenities, and celebrations
With the start of the month of Ramadan, where Muslims plan how they are going to spend each and every moment of this month with good deeds, prayer and worship of Allah Almighty, they also plan on how they are going to celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr that would come at the end of Ramadan. The Eid after
Ramadan 2014 is set to start soon which is why Muslims across the globe are eagerly waiting and preparing for this blessed month of fasting. This year, the month of fasting is likely to start on 28th or 29th of June and there would be many Muslims who at this point would be wondering about
Among the various Muslim rituals and celebrations, one of the most prominent is the celebration of Shab e Barat in the month of Shabaan. Muslims all across the globe celebrate Shab e Barat with religious zest and make special preparations for this night in the form of standing up in prayers all night and keeping
Across the world in different Muslim countries, 12th of Rabiul Awal is celebrated as the day of birth of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). There are two opinions regarding the celebration of 12th of Rabiul Awal, one group is in favor while the other opposes its celebration.