Events

  • 16 May img

    First Day of Ramadan 2018

    Ramadan 2018 is expected to start Saturday 16th of May 2018 and will continue until (if fasting 30 days) until Saturday 16th June 2018. Ramadhan is the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar. Muslims consider this whole month as a blessed month. They fast during the days of this month and make special prayers at night... [more]

  • 15 Jun img

    Eid-ul-Fitr 2018

    At the conclusion of the month of Ramadhan, on the first day of the 10th month of Islamic lunar calendar, Muslims all over the world celebrate Eidul Fitr. This is one of two main festivals of Islam. The ceremony of Eidul Fitr start early morning with a worship service. This service is generally held in a large open place and is attended by thousands of Muslims... [more]

  • 19 Aug img

    Hajj 2018 Starting Day

    Hajj, the annual pilgrimage to Mecca, is one of the five pillars of Islam and a journey of symbolism for Muslims. Every act performed during hajj holds its significance and has a historic background. It is compulsory to be performed once in life for Muslims who are adults, physically fit, can afford the journey and financially support their families during their absence... [more]

  • 21 Aug img

    Arafat Day 2018

    9th Dhul Hijjah is the day of Arafat. Pilgrims reach Arafat after dawn and stay there till sunset of the same day. At Arafat, pilgrims spend the entire day in prayers and repent for their sins while asking for forgiveness from Allah... [more]

  • 22 Aug img

    Eid-ul-Adha 2018

    The day pilgrims sacrifice an animal is marked as the first day of Eid ul Adha. On the second day of eid, pilgrims visit the Jamarat and throw seven stones on each of the three Jamarat. After this, they go back to Mina and spend the night... [more]

  • 21 Sep img

    Day of Aashoora 2018

    Fasting in the month of Muharram is highly desired, especially on the tenth day, Aashooraa. The Messenger of Allah (p.b.u.h.) has been reported as saying when asked which prayer is better after obligatory prayer: "Prayer in the middle of the night."... [more]