As we look ahead to the upcoming year, it’s important to take note of the various Islamic holidays that will be observed in 2023. These Islamic holidays hold a significant meaning for Muslims all over the world and serve as important times for spiritual reflection, community gatherings, and prayer.
The first holiday on the Islamic calendar in 2023 will be Eid al-Fitr, which marks the end of Ramadan. This holiday is typically celebrated with family and friends, and involves a morning prayer, gift-giving, and feasting. In 2023, Eid al-Fitr is expected to fall on the 25th of May.
Another significant holiday in the Islamic calendar is Eid al-Adha, which commemorates the willingness of Prophet Ibrahim to sacrifice his son as an act of obedience to God. This holiday is typically marked with communal prayers, the sacrifice of an animal, and the distribution of meat to the poor. In 2023, Eid al-Adha is expected to fall on the 22st of August.
As Muslims around the world observe these important holidays in 2023, it’s a time to come together with family, friends, and community members, and to reflect on the deeper meanings and significance of these events.
See All The Islamic Holidays In 2023
|Saturday||Feb 18, 2023||Lailat al Miraj|
|Sunday||Mar 19, 2023||Lailat al Bara’ah|
|Thursday||Mar 23, 2023||Ramadan (start)|
|Tuesday||Apr 18, 2023||Laylat al Qadr|
|Saturday||Apr 22, 2023||Eid-al-Fitr (End of Ramadan)|
|Wednesday||Jun 28, 2023||Waqf al Arafa – Hajj|
|Thursday||Jun 29, 2023||Eid-al-Adha|
|Wednesday||Jul 19, 2023||Hijra – Islamic New Year|
|Friday||Jul 28, 2023||Day of Ashura / Muharram|
|Monday||Oct 09, 2023||Milad un Nabi|