Islamic public holidays are observed in mainly Asian and African countries. The date of many Islamic holidays are based on the phases of the moon, and the dates of some festivals may depend on the actual sighting of the moon. This means that the same holiday may be observed on different days in different countries.
Celebrated by Muslims on the twelfth day of the month of Rabiulawal, the third month of the Islamic calendar
Isra and Mi'raj marks the Night Journey from Mecca to Jerusalem and the ascent into heaven
Muslims believe that on the night of Shab-E-Barat God decides on the destinies of all men for the coming year
Ramadan is the ninth month of the Muslim calendar. It is during this month that Muslims fast.
Commemorates the day when the words of the Qur'an were first revealed to the Prophet Muhammad
The night that the first verses of the Qu'ran were revealed to the Prophet Mohammad
Jumatul Bidah translates as 'Friday of farewell' and marks the last Friday prayers in the holy month of Ramadan
The festival of Eid al-Fitr, the Festival of Fast breaking, marks the end of Ramadan