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Ramadan is the 9th month of the Islamic calendar. It is also called the month of fasting because Muslims fast from sunrise to sundown for the whole month. Although the dates may vary by a day or two, Ramadan...
Eid Milad Un Nabi 2022 will be observed on October 8 or 9, 2022. What is this day, and why is it significant for Muslims? Let's find out! Rabi ul Awal is the 3rd month of the Islamic lunar calendar,...
Muharram 2022 is almost upon us; it is the first month of the Islamic calendar and holds special significance in every Muslim's life for several reasons. Firstly, it is one of the four sacred months when warfare is forbidden. Muharram and Al-Haram (Allah's...
Days are passing by at lightning-fast speed, and we are already in the midst of Ramadan 2022! As we fall into the daily Ramadan routine, we tend to lose sight of the bigger picture – the essence of Ramadan. As...
In Arabic, 'rabbi' means spring, and 'Awal' means first. Hence, the literal meaning of Rabi-ul-Awal is The First Spring. Rabi-ul-Awal is the third Islamic month, following Muharram and Safar. Muslims around the world will welcome Rabi-ul-Awal 2022 on the...
The Islamic calendar holds immense significance in the lives of Muslims. It is the guiding light used to determine the time of critical annual rituals such as paying Zakat (alms-tax), Saum (fasting), and performing Hajj (the great pilgrimage). Rabi Al...
Muharram-ul-Haram is the first month of the Islamic lunar calendar and signifies the beginning of a new Islamic year. Muharram 2022 will begin on the evening of July 29, 2022. The Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) referred to the...
Contrary to the Gregorian date system, which is based on the Earth’s movement around the Sun, the Islamic Calendar is based on the movement of the Moon around the Earth. That’s why it is also known as the lunar...
Muharram 2022 will dawn on the 29th of July this year. As the sacred month draws near, we decided to discuss what Muslims can do to observe this holy month. Often, we memorialize religious events but do not know how...
The fifth month of the Islamic calendar, Jumādā al-Awwal, got its name as an indication for the beginning of the summer season in Arab, Jamad meaning rainless or dry. Since the Islamic calendar follows the lunar cycle, it means that...

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