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Islamic Month Name | The Islamic years starts from 15 or 16 July And there are 12 Months in Islamic years And, There are 354 or 355 days in the Islamic Calendar And one month is equal to 29 days 12 hours 24 minutes 3 seconds,And If the month of Ramadan is well known in a very hot summer year, After that, simply 16 years later, it’ll come in a hard winter.

islamic month name
islamic Month name

Every islamic Month Name and Some important events are some of the following.

Islamic Month Name in English?

NO 1: Muharram
NO 2 Safar
NO 3: Rabi’ al-awwal
NO 4: Rabi’ al-thani
NO 5: Jumada al-awwal
NO 6: Jumada al-thani
NO 7: Rajab
NO 8: Sha’ban
NO 9: Ramadan
NO 10: Shawwal
NO 11: Dhu al-Qi’dah
NO 12: Dhu al-Hijjah

NO 1: Muharram

Muharram is the first month in the Islamic calendar And Muharram has great religious significance in the Muslim community And Muharram has been derived from the word ‘haram’, which means ‘forbidden’. Hence, it is considered unlawful to fight during this month.

Although the month of Muharram is sacred month as a whole, the 10Th of Muharram is the most sacred Among all its days. The day is named Ashurah.

NO 2: Safer

This is the second month of the Islamic calendar, Safar to Safar is called Arabs used to kill in this month And their homes were empty, In the Same month, Adam (A.S) was expelled from heaven, The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) became ill during this month.

NO 3 Or 4: Rabi al-Awwal | Rabi al-Thani

These are the names of the Islamic calendar within the third and fourth months. Rabi al-Awal means that the first month of spring and Rabbi al-Aawar means the last month of spring, Rabi Alawi, Earlier morning, the Prophet (saw) was born, And 12 Rabi Al-Ullah died at the age of 63.

No 5 And 6: Jumada al-Ula | Jumada al-Thani

These are the names of the Islamic Years in the 5th and 6th months. These 2 months would come in such a season when the earth doesn’t rain, the earth becomes dry and thirsty,

NO 7: Rajab

It is 7 months of the Islamic year, The Arabs didn’t fight in Rajab And This month is one of the 4 miscellaneous months,

Celebration of Lailatul Mi raj:

It is generally believed that the great event of Mi’raj (ascension of the Holy Prophet to the heavens) took place in the night of 27th of Rajab. Therefore, some people celebrate the night as “Lailatul- Mi’raj” (the night of ascension to heavens).

NO 8: shaaban

Shaaban is 8 months of the Islamic year, Arabic people went out to search for water in the Shahaban, The Shaaban is also known as Shabbat Bhraat And in this Night, actions of the coming year of human beings are calculated and the prayers are accepted.

NO 9: Ramadaan al Mubarak

Ramadan al-Mubarak is the 9th month of the Islamic calendar And Ramadan al-Mubarak Means that summer, it came to summer And the Ramadaan also means that burning, Quran was revealed in Ramadan, Ramadan al-Mubarak is hidden in the night The worship which is best than worshiping a thousand months, which is called net worth.

NO 10: shawwal

Shawwal is 10 months of the Islamic calendar And seeing the moon of Shawl is al-Fitr,
And the Arabs did not marry especially in Shawwal And the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) got married from Shalal to Aisha Sadiq (R.A.) And That’s why it is a blessing to get married today in Shaul.

NO 11: Dhu al-Qidah

The name of Dhu al-Qidah was Dhu al-Qidah, so that the people of Arabi sat in their homes in this time. Dhu al-Qidah iis meant that to sit And This month is one of the 4 miscellaneous months.

NO 12: Dhu al-hjjah

Dhu al-hjjah is the last and 12 months of the Islamic calendar And The first ten days of this month are full of significance and merit. The Holy Prophet (SAW) has said: There are no days when Allah is as pleased with good deeds as He is in these ten days [of Dhil-Hajj].
The importance of 12 months of the Islamic year has become clear that the Islamic calendar is a good blessing for all scholars today.

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