Ramadan is the 9th month of the Islamic calendar, it was the month when the Quran was completely revealed to the Prophet Muhammad PBUH.
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Also known as Jumada Al-Akhir, Jumada Al-Thani appears as the sixth month in the Islamic Calendar.
Rabi Al Thani, which is formally known as Rabi al Aakhir, is the fourth month in accordance with the Islamic Calendar. Focusing on its Literal meaning, it is meant as the second month of spring.
Rabi Al Awwal is considered as a Blessed Month and has been celebrated worldwide, especially in India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh.
Safar is the second Islamic month. Safar is an Arabic word which translates into “Empty”. Empty is referred to the Pre-Islamic Era when Houses were empty as people go out to gather food.
Muharram is the first month in the Islamic calendar, which starts with sadness as it surrounded by some sad events. This month hold a high amount of importance in Islamic history.
Shawwal is the 10th month in the Islamic Calendar, a month after the Ramadan and the 1st Shawwal is the Day of EID al-Fitr for Muslims.
Rajab is one of the 12 months listed in the Islamic calendar, these months have different virtues and important dates, which is recognized by billions of Muslims all around the world. There are Four most sacred months in Islamic Calendar, including Rajab.