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ISLAMIC CALENDAR
Muharram al-Haram
Safar al-Muzaffar, 2
Rabi al-Awwal, 3
Rabi al-Thani, 4
Jumada al-Awwal, 5
Jumada al-Thani, 6
Rajab al-Murajab, 7
Shaban al-Moazzam
Ramadan al-Mubarak
Shawwal Mukarram
Dhu al-Qa'dah, 11
Dhu al-Hijjah, 12
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First Infallible
Second Infallible
Third Infallible
Fourth Infallible
Fifth Infallible
Sixth Infallible
Seventh Infallible
Eighth Infallible
Ninth Infallible
Tenth Infallible
Eleventh Infallible
Twelveth Infallible
Thirteenth Infallible
Fourteenth Infallible
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Battle of Badr
Battle of Uhud
Battle of Khandaq
Battle of Hunayn
Battle of Jamal
Battle of Siffin
Battle of Nahrawan
Battle of Karbala
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Rabi Al-Awwal - Third month of Islamic Lunar Calendar

MIGRATION TO MADINA

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SHAHADAT ELEVENTH IMAM HASAN ASKARI

EID-E-ZEHRA / EID-E-SHUJA

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BUILDING OF FIRST MOSQUE

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WILADAT HOLY PROPHET WILADAT IMAM SADIQ

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Legend:
BAD: Ill-Omen, Ill-Fated, Unfavorable.
VERY BAD: Sinister, Disastrous, Involving in deep misfortune.
FAIR: No Ill-effects but not very favorable.
GOOD: Favorable, gainful, welfare-oriented.
VERY GOOD: Blessed, highly favorable.
Safar Al-Muzaffar Rabi Al-Awwal Important Dates Rabi Al-Thani (Rabi us Sani)

Rabi al-Awwal is the third month of Islamic Lunar Calendar and comes after Safar al-Muzaffar. Azadari (mourning) remains continue till the 8th of this month. The month of Rabi al-Awwal (the First Spring Season) of Islamic Lunar Calendar is well known in the entire Muslim world as Shahr al-Mawhid (the Month of Birth) of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). The precise date of his birth is disputed among the historians, but Ayatullah Ruhullah Musawi al-Khomeini (ra), the founder of the Islamic revolution had declared the week between 9th and 17th Rabi al-Awwal as "Usboo al-Wahda" meaning "the week of unity amongst Muslims." Muslims all over the world are urged to get together and celebrate (Eid-E-Milad un Nabi) the birth of the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) for the whole week. Sunnis and Shias are two arms (Bazoo) of the Islam. Ayatullah Ruhullah Musawi al-Khomeini (ra)

Rabi al-Awwal is an exceptional month in the Islamic Calendar and it held great significance in the life of beloved Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). As we all know Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) was born in this month. He began his journey of Hijrah during this month and built the first Mosque of Islam, Masjid Quba in this month. The first Jummah was established in this month.

Hence Rabi al-Awwal is the month of birth celebration of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh). The birth of the best of Allah's (SWT) creation and the last to be sent with the divine message for the guidance of humanity on a whole is, without doubt, a day to take as one of thanks and reverence to Allah (SWT). Unlike the ways followers of other faiths commemorate the births of their guiding prophet, Muslim celebration of Eid-E-Milad un Nabi is one in which we gather to discuss the bounty and favour which Allah (SWT) has blessed us with by guiding us to the path of Islam and the teachings of the final Messenger of Allah (pbuh). We indulge in Fikr (thought) and Dhikr (remembrance) and what it means to be a follower of Prophet Muhammad (pbuh).

Eid-E-Milad un Nabi is celebrated by Muslims with great devotion and reverence throughout the world. But often it has been seen that devotees do not reflect on the message of the person whom they so venerate. It just becomes a tradition rather than occasion for deep reflection. Muslims also refer to the Prophet Muhammad (pbuh) as Mohsin-e-Insaniat i.e. the benefactor of humanity but hardly care to know in what respect he became benefactor? So, we can call him a liberator of humanity only if we follow his teachings in our personal lives.

Balaghal-ula bi-kamaali-hi (He attained exaltation by his perfection)
Kashafad-duja bi-jamaali-hi (He dispelled darkness by his beauty)
Hasunat jamee'u khisaali-hi (Beauteous are all his qualities)
Sallu alai-hi wa aalihi (Benediction be on him and on his family)

Eid-E-Milad un Nabi

Ya Rasool Allah (Peace Be Upon Him)

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