Important Islamic Occasions
The Sixth Day of the Week
The Best Day
The most important day of the week as mentioned in Prophetic narrations. Our Father and Master Adam (upon him be peace) was born on a Friday, he entered the Garden on a Friday, and was expelled from it on a Friday and the Hour will begin on a Friday.
The Third & Fourth Hijri Months
Rabīꜥ al-Awwal & Rabīꜥ ath-Thānī
The First and Second Spring
The most important month to every Muslim within it the Final Messenger of God ﷺ was born, the month in which he passed and a month that is dear to the hearts of every believer, and the month after it where the celebration of the great mercy continues.
The Seventh Hijri Month
The Sacred Month of God
Also known as The Month of God, the Month of Seeking Forgiveness, The Month of Great Divine Outpourings, The Month of Utter Silence and Deafness (due to lack of war and fighting).
An exposition into the virtues of the Sacred month of Rajab, the month of Allah and the month of forgiveness with words from Shaykh `Abd al-Hamid Quds’ text, ‘Kanz un-Najah was-Surur’.
The Eighth Hijri Month
The Month of the Prophet of God ﷺ
Also known as The Month of Prophet and Messenger of God ﷺ, the Month of Sending Prayers of Peace and Blessings upon the Prophet ﷺ and the month of increased fasting.
The Ninth Hijri Month
The Month of the Qurʾān
Also known as The Month of Fasting, the Month of the Noble Qurʾān, the Month of Servants of God, the Month within which lies the Night of Decree.
A collection of narrations and sayings from the Prophet ﷺ, his Companions (God be pleased with them), the Righteous Ones [salihin] and our Shaykhs on the Night of Decree [Laylatul Qadr].
The Twelfth Hijri Month
The Month of Ḥajj
The month in which Ḥajj is performed, one of the major pillars of Islam, with a great place in the heart of every Muslim. It is also the fourth Sacred Month of the Hijri Calendar.