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Islamic Calendar Introduction

Islamic Calendar Introduction

Modern astronomical method threw scientifically calculated Islamic Calendar, Prayer Times and Islamic Festival Update on this blog.
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Articles : 5
Since : 23/07/2016
Category : Religions & Beliefs

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What is Eid al Adha? And When is Eid al Adha 2016?

What is Eid al Adha? And When is Eid al Adha 2016?

What is Eid al Adha? Eid al-Adha also called the "Sacrifice Feast" or "Bakr-Eid", Islamic Are celebrating Eid al-Adha Dhul-Hijjah Month, one of the two most important festivals in the Islamic calendar. What is it about? Eid al-Adha, or "Festival of Sacrifice", is celebrated by Islamic to mark the occasion when Allah appeared to Ibrahim in a dream a
Islamic Calendar - Islamic month Information

Islamic Calendar - Islamic month Information

The Islamic Calendar is Lunar Calendar Consisting 12 months in a year and 354 or 355 days. It's used in many Islamic Countries. It's also used Muslims to determine the proper days of Islamic holidays and rituals, such as the annual period of fasting and the proper time for the Pilgrimage to Mecca. The Islamic custom is consistent expressing that Ar
Benefits of the Islamic Prayer

Benefits of the Islamic Prayer

There are many benefits of the Islamic prayer, where physical movements of prayer have been beautiful conglomerated with spiritual exercise, result to many surprising health and medicinal benefits. prayer prescription from Allah for better health and fitness who offers it regularly. One can get the benefits of the Prayer only of it is offered as th
Free Download Islamic Calendar and Hijri Calendar

Free Download Islamic Calendar and Hijri Calendar

Printable and Downloadable Islamic Calendar for the Gregorian year. this calendar specific for each country of the world. all Islamic festival has been marked on this calendar. It depends on the movement of the moon. The starting of each month is marked by the observance of a new moon seen for the first time. Visibility of the new moon depends on v
Islamic Calendar - Five Daily Prayers

Islamic Calendar - Five Daily Prayers

Fajr: This is the first prayer of the day at dawn. Islamic tradition distinguishes two different times for dawn: when the first light appears at the horizon, rather vertical (like the “tail of a wolf” as tradition says), and then, after this first light disappears, when the light of the early day spreads horizontally across the horizon. The fir