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ISLAMIC RELIGIOUS HOLIDAY CALENDAR FOR 2015 & 2014

Islamic Holidays - 2015

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Some dates may vary slightly as they are determined by the lunar calendar.

Islam holidays celebrated in year 2015

DAY
DATE
HOLIDAY NAME
  • Sat
  • Jan 03, 2015
  • Thu
  • Jan 08, 2015
  • Wed
  • May 13, 2015
  • Lailat al Miraj
  • Mon
  • Jun 01, 2015
  • Lailat al Bara'ah
  • Thu
  • Jun 18, 2015
  • Ramadan (start)
  • Mon
  • Jul 13, 2015
  • Laylat al Kadr
  • Tue
  • Sep 22, 2015
  • Waqf al Arafa - Hajj
  • Thu
  • Sep 24, 2015
  • Thu
  • Oct 15, 2015
  • Hijra - Islamic New Year
  • Thu
  • Dec 24, 2015

Islam holidays celebrated in year 2014

DAY
DATE
HOLIDAY NAME
  • Mon
  • Jan 13, 2014
  • Sat
  • Jan 18, 2014
  • Milad un Nabi (Shia)
  • Tue
  • May 27, 2014
  • Lailat al Miraj
  • Sat
  • Jun 14, 2014
  • Lailat al Bara'ah
  • Sat
  • Jun 28, 2014
  • Ramadan (start)
  • Wed
  • Jul 23, 2014
  • Laylat al Kadr
  • Fri
  • Oct 03, 2014
  • Waqf al Arafa - Hajj
  • Sat
  • Oct 04, 2014
  • Mon
  • Nov 03, 2014
  • Day of Ashura

Islamic Calendar 2015 and 2014

Islamic festivals are the days celebrated by Muslims. Here we have provided the dates of the Islamic religious holidays for calendar year 2015 & 2014. Some dates may vary slightly as they are determined by the lunar calendar.

Islam was founded in the 7th century by Prophet Muhammad. Today this is the second largest religion in the world with more than 1.2 billion followers. The Quran is the sacred text of Islam. The Arabic word “Islam” means submission. Muslims believe that Prophet Muhammad is the final messenger from God. The goal of a Muslim’s life is to live in a way to please Allah (The God) so that one may gain enlightenment.

The Five Pillars of Islam are:
 - SHAHADAH.: Faith - “There is no god except Allah, Muhammad is the messenger of Allah”.
 - SALAH: Prayer - Praying five times a day.
 - ZAKAH: Donate - Each year, Muslims are supposed to donate a fixed proportion of their savings for good deeds.
 - SAWM: Fasting - Fasting during the month of Ramadan.
 - HAJJ: Pilgrimage - Making a pilgrimage to Mecca at least once in the lifetime of a Muslim, if it is affordable.