Category: Festivals

Islamic Festivals and Holidays in 2018- The Complete Holidays Guide

Islamic Festivals: Islam is the name of peace. Islam respects all the humans and animals. In Islam, there are two big festivals days Eid-Ul- Fitar, and Eid-Ul-Adha. The Islamic calendar consists of 12 Islamic Months. In 12 Islamic months, Muslim’s celebrates many holidays and festivals. The name of the first Islamic month is Muharram. The complete name and details of Islamic months are mention below.

Islamic Festivals

Click here for Islamic Quotes

Name of Islamic Months


  • Muharram
  • Safar
  • Rabi Al Awal
  • Rabi Us Sani
  • Jamadi Ul Awal
  • Jamadi Us Sani
  • Rajab
  • Shaban
  • Ramadan
  • Shawwal
  • Zilqad
  • Zilhaj


Muslim Holidays Details

There are the following holidays announced in 2018

9th and 10 Muharram (Ashura Holidays)

Muharram is the first month of Islamic New Year. In this month 2 holidays are announced every year 9th and 10th Muharram. All the institutions are closed in these days.

11th and 12th Rabi Al Awal (Milad Un Nabi SAW Holidays)

Rabi Al Awal is the 3rd and the important Islamic month. 2 major Holidays are announced in this month 11th and 12th Rabi Al Awal.

27th Rajab Holiday

Rajab is the 7th month of Islam and the single holiday is celebrated on this month. 27 Rajab is the holiday day.

15th Shaban Holiday

Shaban is the 8th month of Islamic calendar. One holiday is celebrated on the mid of this month. The holiday is called 15th Shaban holiday.

1st Ramadan Holiday

Ramadan is 9th Month of Islamic calendar. 1st Ramadan holiday is celebrated.

Laylat ul Qadar Holiday

In the Holy month of Ramadan Laylat ul Qadar holiday is celebrated almost 27th Ramadan.

Eid ul Fitr (3 Holidays)

The three official holidays are declared for the Eid ul Fitar festival. It is the big Islamic festival and almost celebrated all over the world. On this day Muslims meet each other and performed a special Eid prayer.

Hajj and Eid-ul-Adha Holidays

The special holidays are announced for Hajj and Eid-ul-Adha.

You can also check: Jumma Mubarak Images

online guide © 2018