SHAB E MIRAJ

 27 RAJAB 1441 AH
 22-MAR-20
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SHAB E MIRAJ

According to Islamic tradition, Shab-e-meraj is a “Night of Ascent.” This is when the prophet Mohammad is believed to have transcended his spiritual form to become close to Allah and achieve a spiritual state that we humans could never fully understand. While the exact year of Muhammad's journey is not known by anyone

  • 27 RAJAB 1441 AH

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SHAB E MIRAJ

According to Islamic tradition, Shab-e-meraj is a “Night of Ascent.” This is when the prophet Mohammad is believed to have transcended his spiritual form to become close to Allah and achieve a spiritual state that we humans could never fully understand. While the exact year of Muhammad's journey is not known by anyone

  • 27 RAJAB 
 

SHAB E BARAT

Shab-e-Barat, also known as night of forgiveness is observed every year on the night between the 14 and 15 of Shaban, it is the night when Allah Subhanahu wa ta'ala forgives the sins of everyone, and decides destinies for the coming years.

  • 15 SHABAN
 

RAMADAN

In this month, Muslims all over the world perform Fasting, which is the key practice in Islam. Before Dawn muslims have their pre-fast meal, which is called Seheri or Sahar before the Fajr prayers. And at sunset, after Maghrib Azan the fast is opened. This practice is called Iftar or Iftari. After 30 days of fasting, Muslims celebrate Eid ul Fitr.

  • 1st RAMADAN
 

EID UL FITR 

The first day of Islamic month of Shawwal is the Eid day for Muslims.On Eid day, muslims offer Namaz e Eid in the morning, after that they celebrate this day with their family and friends. Special sweets and food is prepared on this day. Muslims also wear new clothes on the Eid day. Gifts are distributed among the family members and poor. Also people remember their deceased relatives and friends on this day by visiting their graves.

  • 1st SHAWWAL
 

HAJJ

Hajj is performed every year in Mecca Saudi Arabia, it is a mandatory religious duty for every Muslim, and must be fulfilled once in their lifetime at least.. The event takes place every year, and lasts for 5 days. Starting from 8th till 12 Dhu al-Hijjah, which is the last Islamic month of the year.All the Pilgrims wear simple white garments, which are intended to strip away distinction of wealth and status.

  • 9th DHUL HIJJAH
 

EID UL ADHA

Eid ul Adha is the second Eid of every Islamic year. On this day, every muslim offers Namaz e Eid in the mosque, or at designated special places, the Eid prayer is offered early morning, after that the process of Qurbani starts. On this day Muslims sacrifice (qurban) an animal, and divide into three parts, one part is distributed among the poors, second part is given to the relatives and third part is kept at home for own use.

  • 10th DHUL HIJJAH
 

ASHURA

The Day of Ashura marks the death anniversary of Hazrat Imam Hussain who was killed in The Battle of Karbala. The Day of Ashura is mourned by millions across the world to remember Hazrat Imam Hussain’s martyrdom. Shia men and women dressed in black also parade through the streets slapping their chests and chanting. On 9th and 10th Muharram, a public holiday is announced in several Muslim countries.

  • 10th MUHARRAM
 

EID MILAD UN NABI

Eid Milad un Nabi is the birthday of our Holy Prophet (PBUH). Muslims all over the world celebrate the day of arrival of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). In most of Muslim countries this day is celebrated heavily, and public holiday is announced for everyone. Electric lights are twinkled across the cities, special arrangements are done in the mosques, and people distribute sweets and gifts among their family and friends.

  • 12th RABI UL AWAL