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Tuesday 30th of November 2021

History of Muharram Festival


When Is Muharram?

In accordance with the Hijri calendar, the Islamic year is 354 or 355 days long. Muslims around the world celebrate Muharram as New Year’s Day.

When Is Muharram in 2022?

For the year 2022, Muharram begins on the evening of Friday, July 29, and ends on Sunday, August 28, at sundown.

What Is Muharram?

After Ramzan, it is the holiest month. This month is also one of four holy months with no warfare allowed.

Ashura takes place on the tenth of Muharram. In Ashura, Shia Muslims mourn the tragic loss of the family of Husayn ibn Ali, and Sunni Muslims fast.

Why Is Muharram Celebrated?

Muharram is a month of remembering. It refers to the tenth day of Muharram, which is known as Ashura in Arabic.

Traditionally, it remembers the Shahada (martyrdom) of Muhammad’s grandson, Husayn ibn Ali.

Muslims begin mourning the day after the first night of Muharram and continue for ten nights, culminating in the day known as Ashura, the 10th of Muharram.

Before the advent of Islam, the Quraish and Arabs also forbade warfare during those months.

What Happened On Muharram?

The fierce Battle of Karbala took place in the 61st year of the Islamic calendar on the 10th day of Muharram, also known as Ashura. An opposition group supported by relatives of Prophet Muhammad’s grandson, Imam Hussain, battled against the Umayyad caliph.

What Is Muharram History?

A cruel and oppressive ruler killed Imam Hussain and his son at the Battle of Karbala.

Even though Imam Hussain was killed in battle, his message of kindness, justice, and equality continues to live on among those who loved him, in this way proving that he truly won.

As well as Husayn’s family and followers, those who survived were captured and deported to Damascus.

Whose Death Is Mourned On Muharram?

Imam Hussain, his son Husayn (Prophets Grandson), and other supportive groups

What to Do In Muharram? & How To Celebrate Muharram?

This month of Muharram is considered a time when Muslims should worship Allah a lot.

It is advisable to worship Allah at all times, whether you are awake or asleep.

Allah can be worshipped on any day or month. The worship of Allah can be done by the method of spiritual practice followed by the teachings of Prophet Mohamed.

Muhammad never recommended that one shed blood or inflict pain on oneself in the name of Allah. Neither a reference to this can be found in the holy Islamic scriptures.

Muharram Wishes

The presence of Allah is everywhere, but he is one. It is just a matter of feeling! Wishing you a very happy Muharram! Happy Muharram 2022!

We wish the world a lot of happiness, peace, and prosperity in this New Year. We ask Allah to protect us.

Allah Almighty must bless Islam and all Muslim countries. Muharram Mubarak.

In this year of Hijri New Year, let us pray to God to fill it with peace, happiness, and blessings. Happy Muharram 2022!

Ashura marked the end of the falsehood of truth, fasting, mourning, and deeds of wisdom over falsehood. Happy Muharram 2022!

The presence of Allah is everywhere, but he is one. Do not just think about it, feel it! Best wishes for Muharram to you!

Believing in the Messenger of Allah and following the light sent down with him is imperative. Happy Muharram to you.

The Hijri New Year is here, and let us pray for peace, happiness, and many new friends to fill this year. I wish you a prosperous new year from Allah. Happy Muharram 2022!

I wish you all a happy Muharram! I hope this New Year brings you joy, health, and prosperity.

Muharram Quotes

I wish you all a happy Muharram! I hope this New Year brings you joy, health, and prosperity.

The world needs a lot of peace, prosperity from Allah. We ask Allah to protect us. Happy Muharram 2022!

Wishing you Allah’s blessings of love, courage, wisdom, contentment, health, and patience. Happy Muharram 2022!

Peace is celebrated by celebrating Happy Muharram,
Festivals teach us many things,
What makes a country complete?
Using no armor, weapons, or pistols of any kind.

Follow the light Allah sent with the messenger of Allah. I wish you a blessed day. Happy Muharram 2022!

Embrace the Messenger of Allah
He has sent the light down with him. Follow the light.
Wishing you a blessed Muharram!

We wish the world a lot of happiness, peace, and prosperity in this New Year. I pray that Allah will protect us. Happy Muharram 2022!

Allah belongs to all things in the heavens and on earth, and we offer our praise and thanks to him. Best wishes to Muharram.

You deserve to be blessed with health, patience, joy, contentment, and loving-kindness from Allah!

Allah grants us all happiness and love by forgiving all our sins. I wish you a blessed Muharram!

We wish you all the best during this holy month of Muharram! Happy Muharram 2022!

It is my prayer that the Lord above will always be by your side so that he can show you the right way and guide your decisions! Happy Muharram 2022!

May the New Year bring you and your family happiness and prosperity! I wish you Allah’s blessings throughout the year! Happy Muharram 2022!

Even though I have small dreams, I am so full of faith in Allah that I have. Neither of us could do without the other. Keep blessing me with your blessings.

I pray that Allah gives you the strength to face the challenges you face in this holy month of Muharram. Happy Muharram 2022!

I wish you Allah’s blessings on Muharram, one of the four sacred months of the year and the first month of the Islamic calendar. Happy Muharram 2022!

The best of luck to you and your family in the New Year and May you have a wonderful year ahead. I wish you a happy Muharram.

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