Islamic Date Today

Islamic Hijri Date Today is 09 Rabi ul Awal 1443. Islamic date is also called Hijri Date or Arabic date in the Muslim world that follows Moon phases as a lunar calendar. The Islamic Dates by calendar has 12 months with 29 or 30 days per month and 354 or 356 days in a year.

Today Islamic date
09 Rabi ul Awal 1443
Today Gregorian date
16 Oct, 2021

Islamic Date Today Worldwide

Today Islamic date
10 Rabi ul Awal 1443
Today Gregorian date
16 Oct, 2021

What is the Islamic Date today?
Islamic Date today is 10 Rabi ul Awal 1443 in Saudia Arabia and 09 Rabi ul Awal 1443 in Pakistan.

Islamic Date October 2021 - People often utilize the online Hijri calendar to check today Islamic date. This page is just perfect to check the exact Islamic date today. It is noted that the Hijri date varies in different countries. For example, the moon date in Pakistan is often one day behind the Hijri date in Saudi Arabia.

Each Year, the Islamic calendar begins with the month of Muharram. The new Islamic year 1443 AH Arabic date is started on August 9 in Saudi Arabia, USA, Canada, UK, UAE, and the majority of countries in the world. However, the new Hijri year started from August 10 in Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, and the remaining countries. On the first Arabic date of Muharram, Muslims observed the martyrdom anniversary of Hazrat Umar ibn al Khattab (Blessings of Allah Be Upon Him), who was the second caliph of Islam.

Today Arabic Date in Saudi Arabia?
Today Hijri or Arabic date in Saudi Arabia is 10 Rabi ul Awal 1443.

Rabi ul Awal is associated with the birth of Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him). According to several historians and Islamic scholars, the Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) was born on 12 Rabi ul Awal. The day is known as Mawlid or Eid Milad un Nabi in different countries. Mawlid in the USA, UK, Canada, Saudi Arabia, and Arab countries will be on October 18. However, Eid Milad un Nabi in Pakistan, India, and other South Asian countries will fall on October 19.

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Some Muslim countries, like Saudi Arabia, use the Islamic calendar as their official calendar.
Affan, New Delhi Sat 09 Oct, 2021

Religious holidays and festivals are important times in the lives of Muslims. There are several days set aside as holidays to celebrate or reflect on certain events in the history of Islam.
Farjad, Islamabad Sat 09 Oct, 2021

Since the Islamic calendar is purely lunar, as opposed to solar or luni-solar, the Muslim year is shorter than the Gregorian year by about 11 days. The months in the Islamic year are not related to seasons, which are fundamentally related to the solar cycle. This means that important Muslim festivals, which always fall in the same Hijra month, may occur in different seasons.
Sharif, Bangladesh Wed 06 Oct, 2021

The Islamic year reminds Muslims every year not of the pomp and glory of Islam but of its sacrifice, and prepares them to do the same. All the events of Islamic history, especially those which took place during the life of the Noble Prophet sallallaahu `alayhi wa sallam ( may Allah exalt his mention ) and afterwards, are quoted in the Hijra calendar era.
Farrukh, KSA Wed 06 Oct, 2021

The Islamic calendar is usually abbreviated AH in Western languages from the Latinized Anno Hegirae. Muharram 1, 1 AH, corresponds to July 15, 622CE. The Hijra is the central historical event of early Islam. It led to the foundation of the first Muslim city-state, a turning point in Islamic and world history.
Tahir, Mumbai Wed 06 Oct, 2021