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Islamic Events

Muharram

The Islamic calendar comprises of twelve months. Among these months the month of Ramadan is popular among the Muslim Ummah because of the fasting that takes place in this month.One of the special months of the Islamic lunar calendar is the month
of Muharram.

Ashura

The Islamic lunar calendar marks the beginning of New Year by the sighting of the moon of Muharram. It is the first month of Islamic year therefore, besides marking new beginnings it comes with additional reverence amalgamated with numerous blessings
from Allah Almighty.

Ramadan

Ramadan is the most sacred month in the Islamic Calendar in which Muslims all over the globe keep away from eating, drinking and fulfilling other physiological needs from dawn to dusk just for the sake of Pleasure of Allah SWT. It is deduced from the Arabic word, “Ramada”.

Lailat ul Qadar

Ramadan is the most sacred month in the Islamic Calendar in
which Muslims all over the globe keep away from eating, drinking and fulfilling other physiological needs from dawn to
dusk just for the sake of Pleasure of Allah SWT.It is deduced
from the Arabic word, “Ramada”.

Eid ul Fitar

The festivity of Eid is known to every person in the globe and is a ritual, which is celebrated by the Muslims to
commemorate the end of Ramadan to rejoice the blessings afterwards.

The literal meanings of Eid are happiness and joy. As per the Islamic calendar, there are two Eids, Eid ul fitar

Eid ul adha

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, Muslim celebrate two Eids, one is known as ‘Eid-ul-Fitr’, while the other is the renowned ‘Eid-ul-Adha