If you can’t wait and want to download the Calendars now then you should click here or read on, you may enjoy it!
One year has flown past so quick, the new islamic year will start in November 2013 with much of the islamic calendar 1435 Hijri falling in 2014 CE.
Muharram is the first month of the islamic calendar and there are many virtuous deeds that can be achieved in the beginning of the islamic year.
As I write the month of Dhul-hijjah has just started and this month also has much significance. It is the month of Hajj (annual pilgrimage to Makkah). Eid al-adha is in this month. Why not check out some Eid al-Adha greeting cards that I’ve created just for Eid.
Allah (swt) says in the Quran:
And proclaim to the people the Hajj [pilgrimage]; they will come to you on foot and on every lean camel; they will come from every distant pass –
You can read more about the month of Muharramhere.
Even though we live in a time where the Islamic Calendar doesn’t have a real significance in our lives except that we use it to find out when Ramadan, Eid and Hajj are. We certainly can use it to find out when each Islamic month starts so that we can try to do righteous deeds because each month is special and has its own virtues.
The Saudi Umm al-Qura calendar isn’t really based on fiqh but it is the Saudi national calendar, read more here. Therefore, the dates may differ with the calendars below.
Islamic Calendar 1435 Hijri
So here are all the calendars for the new Islamic year 1435 (2013/2014). This year I tried to stay away from mosaics and mosque silhouettes but still tried to make it look Islamic in design. Let me know what you think.
To download just click on the link directly below the image or the image itself, they are all in PDF format and A4 in size, enjoy!
First up, with a rainy background and the months on the Islamic Calendar in different colours.
That’s all the six Islamic Calendars for 1435 (2014), I hope you like these and please share with your friends and family and give some feedback so that I can maybe add a few more to this list of calendars.
I hope you have a great new Islamic Year and a blessed Eid al-Adha.
A massive fan of history and design, by profession Salah Deen is a Key Stage 2 Teacher. He frequently writes for Top Islamic Blog and also runs other websites. Follow on tumblr.