Islamic Date Today

Today Islamic Date is 15 Dhul-Hijjah 1445 on June 20, 2024. Islamic date also called hijri date depends on moon phases and starts after a new moon sighting in every country. Islamic date today is announced officially once the new moon is sighted. Each month consists of either 29 or 30 days, resulting in a total of 354 or 356 days in a year.

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Islamic Date Today

15 Dhul-Hijjah 1445

Today Gregorian Date

Thursday, 20 June 2024

What is today Islamic date?

The Islamic date today 2024 is based on the lunar Islamic calendar, which follows the cycles of the moon. Each month begins with the sighting of the new moon, making Islamic dates subject to variation based on moon sightings. Islamic calendar is widely used by Muslims worldwide to determine the timing of religious events, such as fasting during Ramadan, the pilgrimage of Hajj, and the celebration of Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha.

Islamic dates hold significant religious and cultural importance for Muslims. They mark key events in Islamic history, such as the migration of Prophet Muhammad from Mecca to Medina (Hijra), the battles fought during the early years of Islam, and the birth and death anniversaries of important figures in Islam.

What is the Islamic date today?

Today on 20 June 2024, Islamic date is 15 Dhul-Hijjah 1445.

Hijri date today 2024

On 20 June 2024, Hijri date today is 15 Dhul-Hijjah 1445 in USA, Saudi Arabia and its follower countries. While Hijri date today in Pakistan, India, and Bangladesh is also 14 Dhul-Hijjah 1445, with a one-day difference.

What special events occur in Islamic Month Rajab?

In Rajab, Muslims celebrate the birth anniversary of Hazrat Ali (RA) on the 13th and the miraculous journey of Miraj (Isra and Mi'raj) on the 27th, which marks Prophet Muhammad's journey to the heavens.

What comes after Rajab in the Islamic calendar?

Shabaan is the month comes after Rajab. Shabaan, the 8th month of the Islamic lunar calendar, holds its own importance, leading the way for the months ahead.

The Muslim calendar sometimes referred to as the Hijri calendar, is the Islamic calendar. There are 12 months in it. Any month's first day begins with a new moon and concludes with the moon's demise. Muslims have various well-respected committees that sight the moon and declare the beginning of the Islamic month. These committees include some prominent Islamic scholars. Our page updates every month as per the Islamic calendar with Islamic date today.