MUSLIM FESTIVALS

Muslim forms is an important part of India. Muslims religion has very unique culture and tradition. Muslim festival is based on Islamic calendar. Muslim fairs are also the spirit of Indian culture and society. Some Muslim festivals are marked by birth, death and anniversary. The celebration of the auspicious and special day by going to mosque, fasting, feasting, exchange gifts and exchange wishes. During festival period market looks razzle-dazzle with colourful dresses, perfumes, ornaments, sweets, dry fruits including other delicacies. Muslim festivals are synonymous with ‘feast making’ as well as ‘breaking of fasts’.The popular Muslim festival that are celebrated in India is Ramzan , Eid, Bakr-id. Ramzan is the most Important. It is celebrated with joy and Prays. During the festival period the Muslim areas/homes looks lovely and so bright.
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Muslim Festivals 2013
January 24 Thursday Milad un Nabi (Birthday of the Prophet), Sunni
29 Tuesday Milad un Nabi, Shia
July 09 Tuesday Ramadan Begins
August 08 Thursday Id-Ul-Fitr, Ramadan Ends
October 15 Tuesday Eid-ul-Adha
November 03 Sunday Al-Hijira/ Muharram  begins
13 Wednesday Ashura
December 03 Tuesday Muharram Ends