Islam Muslim Festival Calendar 2024

2024March11MondayRamadan (start)
2024June17MondayBakrid / Eid al Adha
2024July7SundayHijra - Islamic New Year
2024July17WednesdayDay of Ashura / Muharram
2024September16MondayMilad un Nabi

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Islam Muslim Festivals dates list in Tamil Calendar

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Islam Festivals dates in Tamil Calendar

Important Muslim Festivals in Tamil calendar are Ramzan Fasting dates, Ramzan, Bakrid (Eid-al-Adha), Hijra - Islamic New Year, Moharam and Miladi Nabi for the entire Tamil Calendar Year.

Islamic Festivals in India - Calendar dates

India is home to a significant Muslim population, and various Islamic festivals are celebrated with great enthusiasm and devotion. These festivals hold a special place in the hearts of Indian Muslims and are occasions for joy, prayer, and community bonding.


Eid-ul-Fitr, also known as "Ramadan Eid," is one of the most important Islamic festivals in India. It marks the end of Ramadan, the holy month of fasting. Muslims gather for special prayers at mosques, exchange gifts, and enjoy feasts with family and friends. Sweet dishes like sheer kurma are a highlight of the celebrations.


Eid-ul-Adha, also known as "Bakrid" or the "Festival of Sacrifice," is another significant Islamic festival. It commemorates the willingness of Ibrahim (Abraham) to sacrifice his son as an act of obedience to God. Families offer prayers and sacrifice animals, with the meat shared among relatives, neighbors, and the less fortunate.


Milad-un-Nabi, also known as "Mawlid," celebrates the birth of the Islamic prophet Muhammad. It is a time for Muslims to reflect on the life and teachings of Prophet Muhammad. Processions, lectures, and special prayers are organized during this festival. Homes and mosques are often beautifully decorated.


Muharram is the first month of the Islamic lunar calendar, and it holds particular significance for Shia Muslims in India. The tenth day, known as Ashura, is a day of mourning, commemorating the martyrdom of Imam Hussein, the grandson of Prophet Muhammad. Processions and taziyas (replicas of Imam Hussein's tomb) are carried through the streets with great solemnity.


Ramadan is the holy month of fasting and prayer for Muslims. During this month, Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset, refraining from food, drink, and other physical needs. The fast is broken with the evening meal, known as iftar, and the pre-dawn meal is called suhoor. The last ten days of Ramadan are especially significant, with intense prayer and devotion.


Islamic festivals in India reflect the diversity and unity of the country. They are celebrated with great cultural richness and provide an opportunity for people of all backgrounds to come together and share in the festivities.

Disclaimer: The information provided here is for general understanding and does not cover all the regional variations and customs associated with these festivals in India.