Happy Hijri New Year 2021: date, meaning, pictures, wishes and quotes
Islamic New Year 2021: The Islamic calendar consists of twelve months, namely al-Muharram, Safar, Rabi-al-Thani, Jumada al-Awwal, Jumada al-Thani, Rajab, Shaban, Ramadan, Shawwal, Zu al-Qadah and Zu al-Hijjah .
Muharram is the second holiest month after Ramadan (a period of fasting called Sawm). The Islamic New Year is also known as the Hijri New Year, the first day of Muharram. This year the New Year will begin in the second week of August. Read on to find out more.
Islamic New Year 2021: Date
In most parts of the world, the first day of the Islamic New Year will fall on August 10, 2021. If the moon is not seen on August 9, 2021, Muharram will begin on August 11, 2021.
The Islamic calendar or Hijri calendar has around 354 or 355 days not similar to the Gregorian calendar. The day also marks the migration of the Prophet Muhammad from Mecca to Medina.
The tenth day of Muharram, known as the day of Ashura, is expected to fall on August 19, 2021 (Thursday).
Importance of Muharram
Muharram is considered to be one of the holiest months in the Islamic lunar calendar. In this month, Muslims are prohibited from taking part in war.
Muharram means “inadmissible” and is considered the month of remembrance. Muslims recite verses from the Holy Quran and offer prayers.
Muharram 2021: Wishes and Quotes | Representative image
Islamic New Year 2021: Wishes and quotes
May Allah fill you with love, bravery, wisdom, contentment, health, patience and cleanliness. Happy Hijri New Year 2021!
Accept Allah’s blessings with all your heart and forget about the sorrows. Happy Hijri New Year 2021!
“Seize the moment and be happy. Because it takes very little to have a happy life, it’s all about you and the way you think.”
Before asking for happiness and prosperity, we should ask for mercy. May Allah shower us with mercy. Happy Hijri New Year 2021!
Know that Allah will bless you at every stage of your life. Happy Hijri New Year 2021!
“May this New Year bring joy and happiness to your life and give you many opportunities for success in the future. Eid Mubarak!”
Sending love wrapped in the box of chocolates for you to enjoy this new year. Happy Hijri New Year 2021!
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