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Muslim Festivals

Muslims in India observe all the Islamic festivals that are celebrated in other parts of the world. In addition to the festivals, the days commemorating shrines in India and death anniversaries of saints, are also observed with religious fervor. All the Muslim festivals and observances in India follow the Islamic calendar, which has fewer days than the solar year. Therefore, each year, the dates of Muslim festivals keep changing. The important Muslim festivals that are celebrated in India, include Ramzan (Ramadan), Muharram, Id-e-Milad and Bakr-Id. The celebrations of the auspicious occasions are marked by special prayers offered in mosques, fasting, feasting and exchange of wishes.

The most important Muslim festival in India is Ramzan, which extends through the Islamic month of the same name. It acquires the character of a nationwide fair, with the Muslim areas becoming bright and lively towards the evening and remaining awake almost throughout the night. All through the days of celebrations, people following Islam would observe stringent fast, which is broken only in the dusk, after offering prayers to the Almighty. There is a fixed timing for every ritual performed for the festivals. People belonging to other communities enthusiastically take part in the merrymaking, which represents unity in diversity prevalent in India.

All the prominent Muslim festivals are celebrated with religious fervor, in India. Ramzan finds special place in the calendar of events. Holiday is declared in educational institutions and government offices, on the occasion of Ramadan. Bakra-Eid is the 'feast of sacrifice', celebrated from the tenth to the twelfth day in the Islamic month of Dhul Hijjah. Celebrated after the fasting month of Ramzan, Ramadan encompasses a number of rituals that are performed on specific time. Muharram commemorates the martyrdom of Prophet Mohammed's grandson, Imam Hussain. Go through our related section to know more about Muslim festivals celebrated in India.

Muslim Festivals Calendar 2012
FEB 201204SaturdayMilad un Nabi (Birthday of the Prophet), Sunni
09ThursdayMilad un Nabi, Shia
JUL 201220FridayRamadan Begins
AUG 201219SundayId-Ul-Fitr, Ramadan Ends
OCT 201226FridayEid-Ul-Adha
DEC 201215ThursdayAl-Hijira/ Muharram  begins

Thursday, 28 June 2012


Ramadan is the only month in which all Muslims refrain themselves from eating, drinking and sexual activities from dawn until its sunset in order to make their fast complete. The mission and the main aim of fasting is to teach Muslims how to show patience, humility, spirituality and is a time for Muslims to fast for the sake of God - Arabic: الله‎, trans: Allah - to show tolerance and to offer more prayer than usual that is five times a day regularly. The Holy month of Muslim is just coming talking about Ramadan Kareem. Almost every Muslim where ever they are, used to wait for this Religious month Ramadan Kareem because this is the month of blessings and the month in which whatever you wish Allah Almighty listen to you and fulfill your desires as Muslims continuously asks for forgiveness for past sins and bad deeds, pray for future guidance during the whole month of Ramadan.
HD crescent on Ramadan Karim 2012 card
You are free to use any of these Ramadan Kareem / Ramazan Mubarak wallpaper to set them as your desktop wallpaper or to send to your friends, family or co-workers as these all Ramadan Kareem wallpapers are gathered from different source.

Beautifully designed mosque on Ramazan Kareem Cards.

Warm wishes on a Ramadan kareem greeting card

HD quality Ramadan Mubarak for card for your desktop

Crescent moon on a Ramadan wishes card

    Arabic greetings on a Ramadan Kareem wishes card

May the blessing of this Holy month (Ramadan) be upon you card

Ramadan kareem mubarak kulle 3aam wa antum bikher

Hold tight to the rope of Allah in this month of blessings

   2012 Ramadan Kareem Deen o duniya apk sath by Amir Liaquat

Bright ramazan mubarak card enlighten your heart and soul

Ramzan or Ramdan Mubarak? Depends on your accent! May God accept our good deeds

     Kulle aam wa antul bikhair Ramadan mabrook card

  Complete moon in the whole month of Ramadan 2012

   Arabic written رمضان مبارك card 2012

   Blinking رمضان كريم in arabic with shine roses for Ramadan

     Taqabbalallahu minna wa minkum Ramadan Kareem Mubarak Wallpapers

When Is Ramdan 2012 in USA

Ramadan (also known as Ramadhan or Ramzan) is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar. It is a period of prayer, fasting, charity-giving and self-accountability for Muslims in the United States. The first verses of the Koran (Qu'ran) were revealed to the Prophet Muhammad (also written as Mohammad or Muhammed) during the last third of Ramadan, making this an especially holy period.
Ramadan lanterns are popular during the month of Ramadan. ©

What do people do?

Ramadan is a month of fasting for many Muslims in the United States. Fasting during Ramadan is one of the Five Pillars (fundamental religious duties) of Islam. It is a time of self-examination and increased religious devotion.
People of Islamic faith are encouraged to read the entire Qur'an during Ramadan. Some Muslims recite the entire Qur'an by the end of Ramadan through special prayers known as Tarawih, which are held in mosques every night of the month, during which a section of the Qur'an is recited.  Ramadan is also a month for acts of charity. Some Islamic centers and organizations actively take part in charity events and activities such as giving basic necessities, including food and clothing, to the homeless or donating school equipment to schools.
Some schools for students of Islamic faith may hold special events to welcome Ramadan. Some school authorities may issue requests on or prior to Ramadan, asking staff members at all schools within a district to help Muslim students perform their fasting ritual.

Public life

Many Islamic businesses and organizations may amend opening hours to suit prayer times during Ramadan in the United States. There may also be some congestion around mosques during prayer times, such as in the evenings.


Ramadan is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar, which consists of 12 months and lasts for about 354 days. The word “Ramadan” is derived from an Arabic word for intense heat, scorched ground and shortness of food and drink. It is considered to be the most holy and blessed month. Fighting is not allowed during this period.
The month of Ramadan traditionally begins with a new moon sighting, marking the start of the ninth month in the Islamic calendar. Many Muslims (except children, the sick and the elderly) abstain from food, drink, and certain other activities during daylight hours in Ramadan. This is considered as the holiest season in the Islamic year and commemorates the time when the Qu’ran (Islamic holy book) is said to have been revealed to the Prophet Muhammad. This occurred on Laylat Al-Qadr, one of the last 10 nights of the month.  Ramadan ends when the first crescent of the new moon is sighted again, marking the new lunar month’s start. Eid-al-Fitr is the Islamic holiday that marks the end of Ramadan.

About Ramadan begins in other countries

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Note: Regional customs or moon sightings may cause a variation of the date for Islamic holidays, which begin at sundown the day before the date specified for the holiday. The Islamic calendar is lunar and the days begin at sunset, so there may be one-day error depending on when the New Moon is first seen.

RAMADAN Reflections on Fasting


Reflections on Fasting

Ramadan is the month during which the Quran was revealed, providing guidance for the people, clear teachings, and the statute book. Those of you who witness this month shall fast therein. Those who are ill or traveling may substitute the same number of other days. GOD wishes for you convenience, not hardship, that you may fulfill your obligations, and to glorify GOD for guiding you, and to express your appreciation. [2:185]
Ramadan is the ninth lunar month in the Islamic calendar. Muslims (Submitters) all over the world fast every day of this month from dawn to the sunset. During fasting, the Muslims abstain from eating,
drinking and sexual encounter as decreed by God in verse 2:187 of the Quran.
At the outset, for somebody who does not have experience with it, fasting seems to be hardship on the people. It is very common for Muslims (Submitters) to have a colleague or a friend exclaim, “…You mean you cannot even drink water till sunset, not even a sip!”
The Submitters know that God did not reveal His laws to be a hardship for us (3:108). In fact obeying and following God’s commands, such as fasting during the month of Ramadan, is for our benefit both physically or spiritually.
Many medical professionals recognize that fasting is beneficial to our health. It provides a break in the cycle of rigid habits and gives some of our internal organs much-needed rest. However, in our emphasis on refraining from food, drink, and marital relations during the daylight hours, we should not forget many other important aspects of this sacred time. Perhaps, it would help us to remember not only the physical act of fasting, but also its underlying purpose:

O you who believe, fasting is decreed for you, as it was decreed for those before you, that you may attain salvation. (2:183)

Ramdan 2012 Date in India

Eid al-Fitr (Ramzan Id, Eid-ul-Fitar, or Idul-Fitr) is a gazetted holiday in India. It celebrates the end of Ramadan and marks the first day of the Islamic month of Shawwal.
Muslim child and mother expressing joy.
Many Muslims dress in fine clothing and children may receive gifts on Eid-ul-Fitar. ©

What do people do?

India's Eid-ul-Fitar festival starts on the first day of the month of Shawwal (or Shawwl). Many Muslims attend communal prayers and listen to a sermon at Eid al-Fitr. Those have not given the charity known as zakat al-fitr during Ramadan do so during Eid al-Fitr. Zakat al-fitr consisting of a quantity of food, such as barley, dates, raisins or wheat flour, or its monetary equivalent given to poor people in the community.
It is common for Islamic communities organize communal meals. Many Muslims in India also wear new clothes, visit family members, exchange Eid cards and give presents of sweets and small toys to children.

Public life

National, state and local government offices, post offices and banks are closed. Islamic stores, businesses and other organizations may be closed or have reduced opening hours. Those wishing to use public transport on the day may need to contact the local transport authorities to check on timetables.
Large prayer meetings, parades and marches may cause local delays to traffic, particularly in areas with a predominantly Muslim population and areas that are close to large mosques.


Eid-ul-Fitar is one of the two major festivals in the Islamic calendar. Ramadan is the ninth month of the lunar year.
Note: There are different variations of spelling Eid-ul-Fitar.