Rabi ul Awal 2023 Calendar
1st Rabi ul Awal 2023 date in Saudi Arabia and Arab countries is 16 September. Whereas the first date of Rabi ul Awal month calendar in South Asian countries is 17 September. All events associated with this month are mentioned below. This calendar is automatically updated as per moon sighting and will change accordingly.
Rabi ul Awal Month Calendar
Islamic month consists of 29 or 30 days. This month starts on 16 September and ends on 15 October which is 30 days. However, the final decision depends on Ruet e Hilal or the moon sighting.
When is Rabi ul Awal 2023 Start Date In Pakistan?
The 1st Rabi ul Awal 2023 date in Pakistan is expected on September 16. However, the final date of Rabi ul Awwal 1445 depends on the decision of the moon sighting or the Ruet e Hilal Committee. On our website, you can view the complete Rabi ul Awal month calendar 2023.
What is the meaning of Rabi ul Awal?
Rabi ul Awal is the Arabic word that means “The First Spring”. In the earlier days of Islam, the name is assigned to this month as spring is related to the end of winter which is symbolized by sadness and subsequently the start of happiness. The Islamic calendar is based on lunar calculations and now the Rabi ul Awal month calendar can come in any season including spring.
Why Mawlid or Eid Milad un Nabi is important for Muslims?
The key thing that makes Rabi ul Awal a significant Islamic month is the birth of our Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him). A large number of religious scholars believed that He (Peace Be Upon Him) was born on the 12th day of the Rabi ul Awal month calendar which is also known as Eid Milad un Nabi or Mawlid.
When is Eid Milad un Nabi 2023 in Pakistan?
Mawlid or Eid Milad un Nabi 2023 in Pakistan can arrive on 12 Rabi ul Awal 2023 date September 27. However, the Moon Sighting or Ruet e Hilal Committee will take the final decision.
Ayah About The Arrival Of Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him)
Allah has mentioned the birth of Prophet Muhammad (Peace Be Upon Him) as a blessing for the whole of mankind. In the 21st Ayah of Surah Anbiya, it is mentioned that:
“And We have sent you (O Muhammad S.A.W.) not but as a mercy for the 'Alamin (mankind, jinns and all that exists).”