Showing posts with label 22 Rajab. Show all posts
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Saturday, March 9, 2019

Historical Islamic Events in Month of RAJAB

Historical Islamic Events in Month of RAJAB

Rajab is the seventh month of the Islamic Calendar.

The following are the months of Islamic calendar which starts with Muharram, Safar, Rabi al-awwal, Rabi al-thani, Jumada al-awwal, Jumada al-thani, Rajab, Shaban, Ramadan, Shawwal, Dhul Qadah and Dhul Hijja.

Rajab is one of 4 sacred months of Islam.
“The year is of twelve months, out of which four months are sacred: Three are in succession Dhul-Qa’ da, Dhul-Hijja and Muharram, and (the fourth is) Rajab…” (Bukhari 3197)
Islamic festivals like Eid ul Fitr, Hajj and Eid ul Adha  are also among many others Islamic events in these 4 months

Historical & Special Events in Month of RAJAB

Historical Events in Month of Rajab
  1. The Holy Prophet ascended to Heaven on the 27th of Rajab (621 C.E.) on either Sunday or Monday (Shab e Meraj).
  2. Hadhrat Bilal Ibn Haritha (R.A) brought a congregation of four hundred men named Banu Muzeena in the presence of the Holy Prophet .  They all embraced Islam and became followers of the Holt Prophet  in the year 5 A.H
  3. The battle of Tabook took place in the year 9 A.H. This was the last battle which the Holy Prophet  participated in.
  4. The second Oath of Aqabah took place in Rajab, 12 A.H.
  5. On 27 Rajab 583 AH / 02 October 1187 C.E. Salahuddin Al Ayubi Liberated the Al Quds & Al Aqsa.
  6. On 28 Rajab 1342 AH / 03 March 1924 C.E., the saddest event in islamic history took place, with the destruction of the Caliphate.
Important Dates of Rajabul Murajjab 

1 Rajab– Wiladat Imam Mohammed Baqir AlaihisSalaam the 5th Imam of Islam 
5 Rajab– Wiladat Imam Ali Naqi al Hadi AlaihisSalaam the 10th Imam of Islam
3 Rajab– Shahadat Imam Ali Naqi al Hadi AlaihisSalaam the 10th Imam of Islam
6 Rajab- Wisaal Imam Khwaja Moinuddin Chishty RadiyAllahuAnhu 
10 Rajab– Wiladat Imam Mohammed Taqi al Jawwad AlaihisSalaam the 9th Holy Imam of Islam 
12 Rajab– Wisal of Hazrat Abbas ibne Abdul Muttalib AlaihisSalaam uncle of Prophet Mohammed SallAllahuAlaihiWaSallam 
13 Rajab– Wiladat  Imam Ali Ibne Abu Taalib AlaihisSalaam – the 1st  Imam of Islam 
13, 14th, 15th – Ayyam e Bayd – the bright days
15 Rajab- Wisal Imam Jafar Sadiq AlaihisSalaam the sixth imam of Islam 
15 Rajab– Wisal of Hazrat Zainab binte Ali SalaamullahiAlaiha
20 Rajab– Wiladat Hazrat Sakina binte Husain SalaamullahiAlaiha 
24 Rajab– Battle of Khaibar 
25 Rajab– Shahadat Imam Musa Kazim AlaihisSalaam the 7th Imam of Islam 
26 Rajab– Wisal of Hazrat Abu Talib AlaihisSalaam [Disputed date]
27 Rajab– Event of Meraj Sharif 
27 Rajab- Wisal Imam Khwaja Junaid Baghdadi RadiyAllahuAnhu 
29 – Battle of Tabooq

Other Important Dates in Month of Rajab

01 Urs of Hazrat Khawaja Muhammad Din Silwalwi (R.A)Pakistan
01 Hazrat Khawaja Abu Ahmed Chishty (R.A)––
01 Hazrat Khwaja Maudood Chishty (R.A)
02 Urs of Hazrat Soofie Saheb (R.A)Durban
02 Urs of Hazrat Syed Abul Hasnaat Qadri (R.A)Lahore
03 Urs of Hazrat Owais Qarani (Radi Allahu anhu) Raqqa (Syria)
04 Urs of Hazrat Imam Shafi’ee (Radi Allahu anhu) Misr (Egypt)
5th Monthly Mehfil -Hazrat Khwaja Usman e Haruni (R.A)
6th Monthly -Chattie Sharif of Hzrt Khwaja Moinuddin Chishty (R.A).
06 Urs of Hazrat Haji Sharif Zandani Chishty (R.A)
06 Urs of Hazrat Khawaja Gharib Nawaaz (R.A)) Ajmer Sharif
07 Wiladat Hazrat Abbas (R.A) —
08 Urs of Shah Abdur Rub(R.A) Kirap Sharif
08 Hazrat Imam Daraktani(R.A) —
09 Hazrat Hafiz Moosa Pak Chishti(R.A) —
09 Hazrat Shah Gada-ur-Rehman(R.A) —
09 Hazrat Maulana Shamsuddin Tabrez(RA) Konia Turkey
10 Hazrat Salman Farsi(R.A) —
10 Birthday of Imam Muhammad Taqi(R.A) —
11th Monthly – Ghyarmee Sharif of Hzrt Ghouse al Azam (R.A)
11 Urs of Syedi Abul Hussain Muhammad Noori(R.A) Mahrerah Sharif
11 Syed Shah Ali Hussain Ashrafi (R.A)Kichaucha Sharif
11 Shah Makhdoom Muhammad Mun’em(R.A) Patna
12 Khawaja Muhammad Yaar(R.A) —
13 Wiladat of Hazrat Maula Ali Mushkil Khusha (Karam Allah Wajhu)
13 Urs of Syed Musa Jilani(R.A) Baghdad Sharif
14 Urs of Hazrat Sipaah Salaar Masood Ghazi (R.A)—
14 Urs Hazrat Hassam Uddin (R.A)- Sambhar Sharif Rajasthan 
16 Urs of Muhaddis-e-Aazam Kachochwi(R.A) Kichaucha Sharif
16 Urs of Hazrat Hafiz Muhammad Shoaib(R.A) Mardan
19 Urs of Hazratha Bibi Syeda Hafiz Jamal Sahiba (R.A)- Ajmer
20 Urs of Hazrat Imam Noowi(R.A) —
21st Monthly – Ekisvi Sharif of Hzrt Mollah Ali (Karam Allah Wajhu)
21 Hazrat Maulana Syed Deedar Ali Shah (R.A)Lahore
21 Urs of Maulana Shafi Aukarvi(R.A) —
22 Hazrat Kazi Ziaudden – Newtini(R.A) Lucknow
25 Urs Hazrat Imam Moosa Kazim(RA) Baghdad Sharif
25 Hazrat Qazi Sanaullah Pani Pati (R.A)—
25 Urs Hazrat Fakhruddin Gurdezi (R.A) Ajmer Sharif.
26 Hazrat Shahjehan Badshah (R.A)—
27 Laylatul Me’rj  (Shab e Mehraj)
27 Hazrat Shaikh Junaid Baghdadi(RA) Baghdad Sharif
27 Shaikh Abu Saleh Nasar(R.A) Baghdad Sharif
27 Hazrat Imam Abu Yousuf(R.A) — 
27 Shab-e-Mehraj
29 Hazrat Khawaja Muhammad Abdullah Bherchondi(R.A) —

Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Rajab ki Dua Salat aur Fazilat (Nawafil of 27 Rajab Shab-E-Meraj)

Rajab ki Dua Salat aur Fazilat (Nawafil of 27 Rajab Shab-E-Meraj)

Rajab ki Dua Salat (Namaz) and Fazilat of Month of Rajab

Rajab is the seventh month of Islamic Calendar and ahead of the pious month of Sha'ban and Ramadan.

There are three letters in Rajab: Raa, Jeem and Ba. 'Raa' stands for Rehmat-e-Ilahi (mercy of Allah), 'Jeem' stands for 'Jurm' (crime) of a person and 'Ba' stands for 'Birr' (kindness). It is as if Allah is saying, 'Place my person's crime between My mercy and my kindness. [Mukashifatul Quloob, Page 301]

Rajab Dua

Sayyiduna Anas Ibn Malik (radiyallahu’anhu) reports that Rasulullah (sallallahu ‘alayhi wa sallam) would recite the following supplication when the Month of Rajab would commence:

Allahumma barik lana fi Rajaba wa Sha’bana wa balligh na Ramadan

Translation: Oh Allah! Grant us Barakah (Blessing) during (the months of) Rajab and Sha’ban, and allow us to reach Ramadan.

Sayyiduna Abu Umamah Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anhu has narrated that the Beloved and Blessed Prophet (Peace and Blessings of Allah be upon Him) has said,

There are five nights in which Du'a (supplication) is not rejected:
  1. The first night of Rajab,
  2. The 15th night of Sha'ban,
  3. The night between Thursday and Friday,
  4. The night of Eid al-Fitr and
  5. The night of Eid al-Adha (the 10th Dhu al-Hijjah). [Tarikh Dimishq li-Ibn 'Asaakir, Vol. 10, Page 408]

Sayyiduna Khalid bin Ma'daan Alaihir raHmah says,

There are five particular nights in a whole year - whosoever  spends these nights in worship with intention of gaining virtues, Allah will grant him entrance into Heaven.

  1. The first night of Rajab, (worships in the night and fasts during the day),
  2. Night of Eid al-Fitr (worships in these nights but does not fast in the day)
  3. Night of Eid al-Adha) (worships in these nights but does not fast in the day)
  4. The 15th night of Sha'baan (worships in the night and fasts the following day) and
  5. The night  of 'Ashura (10th night of Muharram al-Haraam) (worships in the night and fasts the following day).' [Ghunyat at-Talibeen, Page 236]

Rajab has actually been derived from the word 'tarjeeb' which means 'to honour'. It is also known as Al-Asab (meaning fast pouring), because in this blessed month, mercy is poured fast upon those who repent. Also, the light of acceptance descends upon worshippers in this month. 

It is also called Al-Asam (meaning the most silent) because during this month, the sound of war and weaponry wasn't heard at all. Another name for it is Rajab because there is a river in Heaven named 'Rajab'. Its water is whiter than milk, sweeter than honey and cooler than snow. Only those who fast in the month of Rajab  will drink from it. [Mukashifatul Quloob, Page 301]

It is stated in Ghunyat at-Talibeen that this month is also called Shahr al-Rajam (شهر الرجم) because devils are stoned in this month so that they do not harm the Muslims. This blessed month is also known by 'Asamm' (very silent) because nobody heard that Allah has punished a nation in this month - whereas previously, Allah had sent punishment in all the other months. [Ghunyat at-Talibeen, Page 229]


Nawafil of 27 Rajab Shab-E-Meraj

1) 6 Rakaats — 2×2.

Method: Recite Suratul Fatiha one time and Suratul Ikhlas seven times in each rakaat after finishing recite Darood-e-Paak fifty times.

Benefits: The necessities of this word and hereafter will be fulfilled and seventy thousend sins will be forgiven, Insha Allah.

2) 10 RAKAT NAFAL - 2×5

Method: Recite Suratul Fatiha one time and AYTAL KURSI 3 times and SURAH IKHLAS 5 times in each rakaat

(3) 12 RAKAT NAFAL - 4×3

Method: Read 12 Rakast with 3 Salams and Recite the following:

In 1st 4 rakats

Recite Suratul Fatiha one time and SURAH QADAR 3 times in every rakats. After Salam
Read the below dua 70 Times
la ilaha illallah al-malikul hakkul mubin
In 2nd 4 rakats
Recite Suratul Fatiha one time and SURAH NASAR 3 times 3 times in every rakats. After Salam Read the below dua 70 times
Iyaka qawiyyu mu'minun wahidun dalilun bihaqqi iyyaka na'budu wa iyyaka nastaeen

In 3rd 4 rakats
Recite Suratul Fatiha one time and SURAH IKHLAS 3 times in every rakats.

After finishing recite Darood-e-Paak 70 times or SURAH ALAM NASRAH 70 times

There are deeds of 100 years of prayers for the one how does I'badah on the night of Shabe Me'raj.

Whoever prays 12 Raka'at (12 cycles) in this night. In every Raka'at recite Surah Fatihah and any other Surah from Quran. After every 2 Raka'at recite Tashud and end the salat with Salam. (Means: Recite 12 Raka'at with four Salams, 2 Raka'at at a time)After that recite this 100 times (After completion of 12 Raka'at's):

"SubHan Allaahi Wal Hamdulillahi Wa Laa ilaah illal Laaho Wallah Hoo Akbar"

"Astagfirullah" 100 times

Durood Sharif 100 times. (Any Durood you know)

And after that make Dua for his/her religious and worldly matters.

Fast in the morning. Then ALLAH Ta'ala will accept all of his/her Duas. As long Duas are not made of sins. (Duas for sins will not be accepted)

1. (Kanzul Umaal, Part: 12; PP: 312-313; Hadis Number: 35170)
(Taken from: Ahyaul Uloomud Deen, Imam Ghazali, 450-505 hijri)
2. Imam bayhaqi vol 3, page No. 374
3. Masaabat Bissunah, page no.70

Hadiths regarding SHAB E MERAJ 

The Night of Ascension regarding Hadiths:

The story of the Al-Miraj goes that the beloved Prophet (PBUH) was asleep one night towards the end of his prophetic course in Makkah when he was wakened by the angel Gabriel(as) who cleansed his heart before bidding him alight on a angelic horse named Buraq.

Sahih Muslim, Vol. 1, p. 101

I was brought al-Burg who is an animal white and long, larger than a donkey but smaller than a mule, who would place his hoof at a distance equal to the range of vision. I mounted it and came to the Temple (Bait-ul Maqdis in Jerusalem), then tethered it to the ring used by the prophets.

The journey from Makkah to Jerusalem is known as al-Isra, "the night journey". At Jerusalem the Prophet(PBUH) was tested in the following way by Gabriel(as).

Sahih al-Bukhari, Vol. 6, p. 196

Allah's Apostle was presented with two cups, one containing wine and the other milk on the night of his night journey at Jerusalem. He looked at it and took the milk. Gabriel said, "Thanks to Allah Who guided you to the Fitra (i.e. Islam); if you had taken the wine, your followers would have gone astray".

After this began al-Mi'raj, "the ascent". The Prophet(PBUH) passed the sea of kawthar, the sea of "abundance", and then met various prophets, from Adam(as) to Abraham(as), as well as a variety of angels as he passed through the seven heavens. After this Gabriel(as) took him to the heavenly lote-tree on the boundary of the heavens before the throne of Allah.

Sahih al-Bukhari, Vol. 5, p. 147

Then I was made to ascend to Sidrat-ul-Muntaha (i.e. the lote-tree of the utmost boundary). Behold! Its fruits were like the jars of Hajr (i.e. a place near Medina) and its leaves were as big as the ears of elephants. Gabriel said, "This is the lote-tree of the utmost boundary".

Gabriel(as) and Buraq could go no further but the Beloved Prophet(PBUH) went on to the presence of Allah where he was commanded to order the Muslims to pray fifty times a day:

Sahih al-Bukhari, Vol. 1, p. 213

Then Allah enjoined fifty prayers on my followers. When I returned with this order of Allah, I passed by Moses who asked me, "What has Allah enjoined on your followers?" I replied, "He has enjoined fifty prayers on them". Moses said "Go back to your Lord (and appeal for reduction) for your followers will not be able to bear it".

The Prophet(PBUH) went back and forth between Allah and Moses(as) till the prayers were reduced to five per day. Moses(as) then told him to seek yet a further reduction but The prophet stopped at this point and answered Moses:

Ibn Ishaq, Sirat Rasulullah, p. 187

I replied that I had been back to my Lord and asked him to reduce the number until I was ashamed, and I would not do it again.

Allah then said whoever observed the five times of prayer daily would receive the reward of fifty prayers. The Prophet(PBUH) then saw some of the delights of paradise as he returned to Gabriel(as) and Buraq and then beheld the torments of the damned before going back to his home in Makkah that same night. This, briefly, is the narrative of the ascent.

The Qur'an also supports this miraculous journey.

Glory to (God) Who did take His Servant for a Journey by night from the Sacred Mosque to the Farthest Mosque whose precincts We did bless, - in order that We might show him some of Our Signs: for He is the One Who heareth and seeth (all things). Surah 17.1

The "Sacred Mosque" (al-masjidul-haram) is interpreted to be the Ka'aba at Makkah and the "Farthest Mosque" (al-masjidul- aqsa) the Temple at Jerusalem. The great mosque which presently stands next to the Dome of the Rock is accordingly known today as the "al-Aqsa" mosque.

Sunday, February 12, 2017

22 Rajab Niyaz Ki Haqeeqat (Kundon ki Niyaz)

22 Rajab Niyaz Ki Haqeeqat (Kundon ki Niyaz)

22 Rajab Niyaz (Kundon) Ki Haqeeqat | Permissibility of Fateha of Imam Jafar Sadiq Rahmatulahi Alai 

It is definitely permissible to do this Fateha of Imam Jafar Sadiq Rahmatulahi Alai  in the holy month of Rajab.

Faqih e Azam e Hind, Khalifa e Alahazrat , Hazrat Sadr us Sharia RA wrote :


Even though the Wisaal of Sayyiduna Imam Ja’far Saadiq Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anhu is on the 15th of Rajab, on the 22nd of Rajab Sunnis do a Niyaz (Faateha) attributed to Imam Ja’far Saadiq Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anhu. It must be noted that there is no objection to making this Niyaz or any other Niyaz of the Beloveds.

However, our Masha’ikh have mentioned that 22nd of Rajab also marks the Wisaal of Sahabi e Rasool Hazrat Sayyiduna Amir Mu’awiyah Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anhu and some have said that shias show happiness on this day, at his Wisaal.

Our Masters have mentioned that when doing the Niyaz of Sayyiduna Imam Ja’far Saadiq Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anhu on this day, we should also include with it the Faateha of Hazrat Sayyiduna Amir Mu’awiyah Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anhu, as some have mentioned that Sayyiduna Imam Ja’far Saadiq Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anhu initially recommended this Faateha to honour Hazrat Amir Mu’awiyah Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anhu.

Concerning the Niyaz of Imam Ja’far Saadiq Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anhu Huzoor Sayyidi Sadrush Shariah says,

In the month of Rajab, the Koonde of Hazrat Jalaal Bukhari Rahmatullah Allai is done by some people. This is done by cooking rice or Kheer which is filled into earthen troughs (i.e. clay bowls). After that, Faateha is made (over it), and it is fed to the people. This too is permissible. However, there is one thing that is undesirable, and that is the fact that they only feed it to people at the place where the bowls have been filled. They do not allow one to move away from there.

This is an absurd practice (i.e. the practice of saying it can only be eaten there) and is the manner of ignorant people. This does not prevail amongst those who are educated.

Similarly, during the month of Rajab, earthen troughs are filled with Purees for the Esaal-e-Thawaab of Imam Ja’far Saadiq Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anhu (i.e. famously known as Kheer Puri). This too is permissible. However, even in this, some people have brought in the same restriction. This is an unfounded restriction. With regards to this ‘Koonde’ (i.e. Niyaz of Imam Ja’far), there is also a book which is known as ‘Dastaan-e-Ajeeb. Some people read this during this time. There is no source of that which has been written in this book. It is advisable to refrain from reading it. One should simply read the Faateha and perform the Esaal-e-Thawaab. [Bahaar e Shariat Volume 16]

Hence, to do this Niyaz on the 22nd of Rajab or any other day is entirely permissible. The same applies to any other Niyaz. It may be done on any day, as long as the intention is pure and it is done within the confines of the pristine Shariah.

It must further be noted that anyone who slanders any Sahabi of Nabi  is destined for hell. Aala Hazrat Imam Ahle Sunnat Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anhu says that the one who slanders Hazrat Amir Mu’awiyah Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anhu is a dog from among the dogs of Hell.

Once, Hazrat Sayyiduna Abdullah ibn Mubaarak Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anhu was asked about whether Hazrat Amir Mu’awiyah Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anhu or Hazrat Umar bin Abdul Aziz Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anhu is greater.

He was clearly displeased by this question and clarified that a non-Sahabi cannot be more exalted than a Sahabi, but he responded to this question with these beautiful words;

“The dust which entered the nostrils of the horse of Hazrat Amir Mu’awiyah Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anhu while he rode in battle beside Nabi sallal laahu alaihi wasallam is more virtuous than Hazrat Umar bin Abdul Aziz Radi Allahu Ta'ala Anhu. ”

Name of Book: Sayyiduna Imam Ja’far Saadiq
Compiler: Muhammad Afthab Cassim Qaadiri Razvi Noori


Verse 1

And those who came after them say, “O our Lord! Forgive us, and our brothers who accepted faith before us, and do not keep any malice in our hearts towards the believers – O our Lord! Indeed You only are the Most Compassionate, Most Merciful.”. (Surah Hashr 59:10)

Note that the above verse is a very strong evidence of the practice of the Sahaba, which was so loved by Allah that it is part of the Holy Qur’an. Why would the Sahaba pray for the deceased people if their prayer was of no benefit? And to top it all, Allah the Almighty has approved and praised their action!

Verse 2

"O our Lord! And forgive me, and my parents, and all the Muslims on the day when the account will be established." (Surah Ibrahim 14:41)

The benefit of the above verse is obvious. The prayer of Prophet Syedna Ibrahim (peace be upon him), includes all believers – right from the beginning i.e. those before him, and till the end of this world i.e. even those who are not yet born. Al Hamdo Lillah! And this prayer is often made in the last part (Qaadah) of our Salaat.

Verse 3

And those who believe and whose families follow them in Faith, -- to them We shall join their families: nor shall We deprive them of the fruit of anything of their works: yet each individual is in pledge for his deeds. (Surah Toor 52:21).”

This verse says that children will be admitted into Paradise because of the righteousness of the parents.

Verse 4

And lower your wing humbly for them, with mercy, and pray, "My Lord! Have mercy on them both, the way they nursed me when I was young." (Surah Bani Israel 17:24)

This verse is in fact a command from Allah for all believers to seek mercy for their parents. So what is your opinion? Will not the command of Allah hold any benefit for the deceased parent?? It certainly does.

Also note that there are several other verses from the Holy Qur’an that teach us to pray, and the prayer includes all Muslim brothers & sisters (living, passed away or yet to be borne).

Readers are requested to reflect on the fact that the above verses are part of the Holy Qur’an – they are read perhaps millions of times every day all over the world, as part of regular recitation, and also as Qirat within Salaat, and also as prayer in the last part (Qaadah) of Salaat.



Hadeeth 1

Abu Huraira (Allah be well pleased with him) reported Allah's Messenger (peace and blessings be upon him) as saying: When a man dies, his acts come to an end, but three, recurring charity, or knowledge (by which people) benefit, or a pious son, who prays for him (for the deceased). (Muslim)

Hadeeth 2

The Holy Prophet (peace and blessings be upon him)said, "What is credited to a believer of his action and good deed after his death is any useful knowledge he might have taught or spread, a Allah-fearing child he might have left behind, a copy of the Qur'an he might have left to an heir, a mosque he might have built, a house he might have dedicated for use by travelers, a stream or river he might have caused to run, a donation to charity (i.e. sadaqah) he might have set aside when he was enjoying good health. All that catches up with him after his death." (Ibn Majah)

Hadeeth 3

Narrated Abdullah ibn Amr ibn al-'Aas (Allah be well pleased with him): Al-'As ibn Wa'il left his will that a hundred slaves should be emancipated on his behalf. His son Hisham emancipated fifty slaves and his son Amr intended to emancipate the remaining fifty on his behalf, but he said: I should ask first the Apostle of Allah . He, therefore, came to the Holy Prophet and said: Apostle of Allah, my father left in his will that a hundred slaves should be emancipated on his behalf and Hisham has emancipated fifty on his behalf and fifty remain. Shall I emancipate them on his behalf? The Apostle of Allah said: Had he been a Muslim and you had emancipated slaves on his behalf, or given sadaqah on his behalf, or performed the pilgrimage, that would have reached him. (Abu Daud)

Hadeeth 4

Abu Huraira (Allah be well pleased with him) reported Allah's Messenger (peace and blessings be upon him) as saying: He who alleviates the suffering of a brother out of the sufferings of the world, Allah would alleviate his suffering from the sufferings of the Day of Resurrection, and he who finds relief for one who is hard pressed, Allah would make things easy for him in the Hereafter, and he who conceals (the faults) of a Muslim, Allah would conceal his faults in the world and in the Hereafter. Allah is at the back of a servant so long as the servant is at the back of his brother, and he who treads the path in search of know- ledge, Allah would make that path easy, leading to Paradise for him and those persons who assemble in the house among the houses of Allah (mosques) and recite the Book of Allah and they learn and teach the Qur'an (among themselves) there would descend upon them the tranquility and mercy would cover them and the angels would surround them and Allah makes a mention of them in the presence of those near Him, and he who is slow-paced in doing good deeds, his (high) lineage does not make him go ahead. (Muslim)

Islamic / Muslim Festivals and Holiday 2019

Islamic Events and Holiday 2019

English Date Islamic Date
We have listed the important Islamic Festivals, Holidays and Events for the year 2019 as per the calender year 2019. These muslim religious holiday can vary as per the sighting of moon and the lunar calendar.
#Urs Khawjah Gharib Nawaz, Ajmer Sharif 14 March, 2019 - Thursday 6th Rajab 1440
#Lailat-ul-Meraj #Shab-e-meraj Night of Apr 3, 2019 - Wednesday 26-Rajab-1440
#Shabe-e-Barat April 20, 2019 - Saturday 14th Sha'baan 1440
#Start of Fasting Month (#Ramadan) May 7, 2019 - Tuesday 1st Ramadan 1440
#Jummat-ul-Wida 31 May 2019 - Friday Last Friday of Ramadan 1440
#Lailat-ul-Qadr (#Shab-E-Qadr) June 1, 2019 - Saturday 27 Ramadan 1440
#Eid-ul-Fitr June 5, 2019 - Saturday 1st Shawwal 1440
#Hajj August 11, 2019 - Sunday 9th Dhul-Hijjah 1440
#Eid-ul-Adaha #Bakrid August 12, 2019 - Wednesday 10th Dhul-Hijjah 1440
#Islamic New Year September 1, 2019 - Sunday 1st Muharram 1441
#Yaum al-Ashura September 10, 2019 - Tuesday 10th Muharram 1441
#Eid Milad-un-Nabi Nov 10, 2019 - Sunday 12th Rabi-al-Awwal 1441
#Urs Haji Ali Baba Mumbai 13 December, 2019 - Friday 16 Rabi Ul Akhir 1441
714th Urs Sharif Of Hazrat Khwaaja Syed Nizamuddin Aulia Mehboob-e-elahi Rahmatullah Alayh 16 December, 2019 - Monday 19 Rabi Ul Akhir 1441