Images of all Islamic Month. How Islamic calendar started and importance of Moharram.


   In this post I present following things:
        1. Islamic Months Name  one by one.

        2. Islamic calendar 2022.How started and what’s every Muslim 

        3.Importance of Moharram and all Islamic Months.

       1. Islamic Month Name.

       2. Islamic calendar 2022. How it started and what’s every Muslim responsibility?

The Islamic calendar, the Muslim calendar and the Hijri calendar are also called lunar calendars. In this calendar, the date and day are determined by looking at the moon every month. When Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH) first migrated from Makkah to Madinah, this calendar started from there.

 Numerous Islamic festivals such as Ramadan, Hajj, Eid al-Tafr and Eid al-Adha take place by looking at the lunar calendar, the Hijri calendar, and the Islamic calendar. Saudi Arabia is the country where the Hijri calendar, the lunar calendar and the Islamic calendar have the status of official calendars.

  Islamic months today.

       The Islamic months today that are included in the lunar calendar, Hijri calendar, Islamic calendar are as follows.

  1. Muharram.

  2. Safar.

  3. Rabi-ul-Awal.

  4. Rabi al-Sani.

  5. Jamadi-ul-Awal.

  6. Jamadi Sani.

  7. Rajab.

  8. Shaban.

  9. Ramadan.


  11.Zee Qaad.

  12.Zul Hajj.

Whether it is the beginning of the new year or the beginning of a new month, the best way to start it is to look at the new moon at the end of the month. This is a good practice, and when the new moon appears, The second thing is that we should get in the habit of using the Islamic calendar Hijri, keeping in mind the Islamic months in our daily use. However, using other calendars is not a sin. The Shari’ah does not forbid its adoption, but using the solar calendar in such a way that we completely forget the Islamic calendar is not correct at all, because the protection of the Islamic calendar Hijri is also the duty of Muslims and in its use. There is a reward.

        God willing, if all Muslims leave the Islamic calendar of Hijri and forget it, then all of them will be found guilty by Allah here, because many acts of worship in Islam are related to this calendar. However, since the Shari’ah rules are based on the lunar reckoning, its protection is “Farz Ali Al-Kifaya”, so if the whole ummah makes the second term their habit, then the lunar reckoning will be lost. They will be sinners. (Bayan-ul-Quran)

 Muharram, Safar, Rabi-ul-Awal, Rabi-ul-Thani, Jamadi-ul-Awal, Jamadi-ul-Thani, Rajab, Sha’ban, Ramadan, Shawwal, Dhu’l-Qa’dah, Dhu’l-Hijjah are the names of the twelve months The same names were used for the twelve lunar months before the revelation of the Prophet (peace be upon him) and even before his birth. They have not been changed after Islam.

 In pre-Islamic times, there was no regular calendar, but instead of numerical counting, the most important event of the year was attributed to the same event, such as the common elephant, the common birth, the common emigrant, the common emigrant, the common Badr, The year was remembered by the name of Aam Uhud etc.

         Omar Farooq (RA) held a gathering in the capital Madinah to organize the affairs of the kingdom, etc., in which the great Companions (RA) gathered and consulted on the beginning of the Islamic calendar. Islamic history should begin with the birth of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him). The opinion of some people was to start with the resurrection of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), that is, the year in which revelation began and he was sent as a prophet. Ali Al-Murtada and Syedna Umar Farooq were of the opinion that the calendar should be started from the year of Hijrah and then the Companions of Rizwanullah Ajmeen agreed on it. Hijrah although in the month of Rabi-ul-Awal. But Usman suggested that the Islamic year should start from Muharram, because people return from Hajj at the end of Dhu al-Hijjah and start their (new religious) life from Muharram. Thus, the month of Muharram became the beginning of the Islamic year and the year of migration (ie c The year that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) migrated from Makkah to Madinah was the beginning of the Islamic calendar and all this was decided by the consensus of the Companions of Rizwaan.


  Moth in the Islamic calendar and their importance.

        3. Importance of Moharram and all Islamic Months.

        1. Importance of Moharram.

             The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said that the best of all fasts is the month of Muharram after Ramadaan (ie, fasting on its tenth day is more rewarding than fasting of all months except Ramadaan).

        1. When the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) visited Madinah, he found the Jews fasting Ashura. So he said to them: What is the day on which you fast? They said: This is a great day in which Allah delivered Musa and his people, and Pharaoh and his people were drowned. So Moses fasted for it with thanksgiving, and we fasted for him. The Messenger of Allah, may Allah bless him and grant him peace, said: We are nearer to Moses than you.

         Then the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) fasted and ordered (others) to fast.

        2. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: I hope from Allaah that the fast of Ashura becomes the expiation for the year (ie, the minor sins of that year) which preceded it.

         3. And it is stated in the hadith that when the Messenger of God (peace be upon him) fasted and ordered his fast, he (ie the Companions) said that this is a day which is considered great by the Jews and the Christians. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: If I live to the next year, I will fast on the ninth.

        4. The Messenger of Allaah (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: Fast and observe Ashura and oppose the Jews in it and fast (the day before) or the day after (do not fast Ashura alone). , Should be taken one day before or after).

            5. It is stated in the hadith that the fast of Ashura was kept before Ramadan (as fasting is obligatory). So when Ramadan (the rule of fasting) was revealed, whoever wished to fast (Ashura) and whoever wished to fast.

             6. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said: Whoever spends generously on his family on the day of Ashura, Allaah will bless him.

    2. Importance of Safar.

    The month of Safar is the second month of the Islamic calendar. Safar has been considered as the month of ominous, calamities and calamities since the time of Jahiliyyah and the people of Jahiliyyah used to celebrate this month with happy celebrations such as weddings, traveling and Didn’t start a business.

 When the bright moon of Islam shone in the dark deserts of Arabia, the barren desert was also irrigated with the rain of blessings. However, the false ideas among the people were passed down from generation to generation due to misunderstanding and lack of knowledge. Some people are reluctant to hold a celebration in the month of Safar.

 Allah, the Blessed and Exalted, states in His last message to mankind in Surah Tawbah of the Qur’an that the number of months in the sight of Allah is 12 and that it has been since the creation of the heavens and the earth.

 In the same way, in the last word of Allah, the coming of day and night in different places and the change in the year of the months is called the rotation of the sun and the moon, regardless of whether it is better or worse.

 Similarly, in Surah Ar-Rahman and Surah Ya-seen, the Creator of the heavens and the earth, after the verses of the moon and the sun moving and moving in their respective orbits, invited the human race to worship one God, which is a sign that Allah created the year under a special system in which there is not even a trace of misfortune.

 The government of the two worlds, in very clear and unequivocal terms, refuted and refuted the superstitions that existed this month and beyond this month, and the false ideas until the Day of Resurrection, and declared: Without (the belief that) one person’s disease is transmitted to another (automatically), the month of zero (the belief in being unlucky) and the omen (belief) of a particular bird are all untrue things.

 The instructions of the Holy Prophet (sws) prove that there is no room for such erroneous ideas and beliefs in Islam. Such ideas and beliefs have been trampled underfoot by the rulers of the world.

 It was as a result of these clear injunctions of the Qur’an and Hadith that the Companions of Rizwan Alayhim Ajmeen and Ahlul Bayt Rizwan Alayhim Ajmeen, rejecting the false ideas of the age of Jahiliyyah, held a celebration in the month of Safar and this month Not less than a month, the golden example of which was the marriage of Fatima (RA) with the liver of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) under the supervision of the Holy Prophet (PBUH) with Hazrat Ali (RA) in the same month.

 If the month of Safar had been a month of misfortune, then the last Prophet (peace be upon him) would never have performed the marriage of his daughter in this month and this has become a model for Muslims all over the world.

       There is no evil time in Islam and the Prophet himself has said that there is no evil in zero. These are the traditions and false ideas of superstitious people which were destroyed by Islam. The religion of peace, security, mercy, blessing and forgiveness came into the world to eradicate misfortune.

  In Islam, a day is ahead of another day or a month is ahead of another month, as Jumu’ah al-Mubarak is the leader of all days, while the month of Ramadan is the best month of all months and Shab-e-Qadr is the best night of all nights. There is a reason for worship during the day due to which the mercy of Allah is especially attracted, so Muslims should arrange special worship on these occasions.

    3. Importance of Rabi-ul-Awal.

  The month of Rabi-ul-Awwal is called the third month of the Islamic Hijri year. For the greatness and virtue of this month, what is less is that the birth of Imam Al-Anbiya, the Crown Prince of Madinah, the ruler of the all worlds, Hazrat Muhammad Mustafa (peace be upon him) has taken place happily. Therefore, this month is called the month of blessings and virtue. And this is a virtue for this month that in some respects exceeds all other months.

   Therefore, this month should be honored and respected, the way of which is to follow the Holy Prophet (sws) in every action (beliefs and worships, morals and affairs and society and relations). ۔ Correct your beliefs and actions. Avoid polytheism and innovations. All kinds of minor and major sins should be avoided. The obligatory prayers and various other daily acts of worship should be observed. Adjust your economy and society to Islamic requirements and Islamic traditions. Avoid all kinds of new customs, appearances and extravagance and wasteful spending, distinguish between halal and haraam and permissible and unlawful ways in dealing with each other, especially in business matters, and haraam and unlawful but also suspicious. Try to avoid sources of income as much as possible.

      Let good manners such as patience and forbearance, patience and gratitude, humility and submission, fear and divinity, piety and purity, etc. be instilled in oneself and pride and arrogance, hatred and envy, hypocrisy and wickedness, gossip, manipulation and lies. Etc. Keep yourself as far away from vices and bad manners as possible.

  In order to make one’s outward appearance and inward and outward appearance in accordance with the life of the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), and to make a firm and firm commitment to perform good deeds for the future and to avoid sins. True and sincere repentance should be done from the heart. Because in fact the obedience of the Holy Prophet (sws) is related to his actions and deeds and obedience is related to his commands and instructions and Allah Almighty has commanded his obedience and obedience to all his sayings and The actions have been declared as final and obligatory. Thus, at one point in the Qur’an, God says:

       Translation: “And obey Allah and His Messenger, if you are believers.” From this it is clear that believing in him without obeying the Messenger of Allah is in fact believing in him according to the Holy Qur’an. There is no need to bring.


       Undoubtedly, sacrificing one’s heart and soul to the Holy Prophet (sws) and truly loving and caring for His Blessings is a part of our faith, so following the blessed ways and traditions of the Holy Prophet (sws) It is necessary to follow the path of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) and to increase the love and affection of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), not to follow and flatter like the obedient followers of today’s worldly rulers and so on. The greatness, love and devotion of the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) should be so ingrained in one’s heart that with his blessings, one can dedicate oneself to the enlightening teachings of the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him). Forced to walk anyway.

  It is narrated on the authority of Anas bin Malik that the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) said:

      “None of you can be a perfect believer unless he loves me more than his father, his children and all people.”


      And the characteristic of love is that he who loves someone mentions it often. And the believers are commanded to love Allah and His Beloved Messenger, so remembering Allah and His Messenger is a sign of love and affection. So, if we love the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), then the remembrance of the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) will be good, and loving him is part of our faith. Rather, it is the true spirit of faith.

  The month of Rabi-ul-Awwal is a month of utmost importance and usefulness in the sense that the Lord of the Worlds, the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) visited the world. Don’t get tired anyway. Therefore, good deeds and deeds should be increased and one should protect oneself from evil deeds and sins, follow the blessed traditions and practices of the Prophet (peace be upon him) and avoid innovations, rituals and immorality. The Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) should be mentioned frequently. In the service of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him), valuable gifts of Durood-e-Islam should be sent. Instead of spending extravagantly and wastefully in this month, spend it on orphans, widows, the poor and the helpless, and keep your eyes clean instead of being naked. Instead of singing and listening to music, one should keep one’s ears clean by reciting the Holy Quran and remembering the Holy Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him). Instead of doing it, make yourself accustomed to the mosque and the pulpit that this is the Holy Prophet It is the essence of the enlightening teachings of the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) and the achievements of the nations of the world

 And the secret of success lies.

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