Islamic New Year, also known as Hijri New Year or Arabic New Year, is an important religious festival celebrated by the Muslims, and it is observed on the 1st day of the month of Muharram, which is the 1st month of the Islamic calendar.
Islamic New Year marks the beginning of the Islamic lunar calendar year. Since a day in the Islamic calendar is defined as beginning at sunset, Islamic New Year will cross 2 days in the Gregorian calendar.
For example, in 2021, Islamic New Year begins in the evening of Monday, August 9, and ends in the evening of Tuesday, August 10.
The following is the list of Islamic New Year from 2022 to 2026.
|Islamic New Year||Jul 30, 2022||Saturday|
|Islamic New Year||Jul 19, 2023||Wednesday|
|Islamic New Year||Jul 07, 2024||Sunday|
|Islamic New Year||Jun 26, 2025||Thursday|
|Islamic New Year||Jun 16, 2026||Tuesday|
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