Islamic 2020 Calendar is also known as Muslim Calendar or Hijri Calendar which is based on the positions of the moon. This is the basic difference between the Hindu Calendar and the Muslim Calendar.
Different from the Hindu Calendar, the Islamic Calendar consists of 354 to 355 days a year in lunar months. The Hijri Calendar is 10 to 11 days shorter than the Gregorian calendar. In Muslim countries, where most of the population is Muslim, the government of that country introduces calendar with Muslim dates and observances. The Islamic Calendar was entrenched in 622AD, at the time when Mohammad and his accomplice moved shifted from Mecca to Medina.
Islamic 2020 Calendar
The dates are based on the positions and situations of the moon but these all are pre-calculated and these can be changes in these dates in the future although these are approved by the officials in the first place. The ongoing year in Hijri Calendar is 1441 AH starting relatively from 1 September 2019 to 20 August 2020.
Hijri Calendar 1441
Muharram 1441 is starting from 1st September 2019 which is the first month of the Hijri calendar. You can also say that it is the new year according to the calendar. These are the four divine months in the calendar in which welfare is proscribed.
Muslim Calendar 2020
Laylat al Miraj also called Isra and Mi’raj is the which are according to Islam are the two parts of the nigh. It was a physical and spiritual journey of the Islamic prophet Muhammad in the year 621 overnight.
Shab e Barat is the 14 to 15 days festivals according to Islam in which the fortunes are determined and God or Allah can excuse the mistakes of the sinners. It starts on 8 April 2020 in the evening and will ends on 9 April 2020 in the evening.
Islamic Holidays 2020
Ramadan the ninth month in the Hijri calendar which is the month of fasting and prayers starts on the evening of 23 April 2020 and ends on the evening of 23 May. There is a time span of a total of 30 days which is observed by Muslims from all across the world.
Eid al-Adha is also called “the festival of sacrifice” is the second most divine festival among the Muslims and it is from 30 July 2020, evening to 31 July 2020 evening. It is celebrated in the remembrance of Ibrahim’s zeal to sacrifice his son’s life on the god’s order. The dates and days shown here can vary in the future as I already told you earlier.