Islamic Dates in Pakistan
|Today Islamic Date||25 Dhul Qadah|
|Today English Date||16 July, 2020|
What is Islamic date today?
Islamic Date Today In Pakistan: The date in Islamic Calendar today is 25 Dhul Qadah 1441 AH.
Islamic Date Today In Pakistan: The entire modern world uses the Gregorian calendar, but for Muslims the Gregorian calendar does not really mean a lot because it does not take into account the Muslim festivities, which are influenced by the movements of the celestial bodies.Islamic Calendar consists of 12 Lunar months which are as follows:-
- Rabi ul Awwal
- Rabi al Thani
- Jummada al Awwal
- Jummada al Akhira
- Dhu ul Qaddah
- Dhu ul Hijjah
These are the twelve lunar months in the Islamic calendar. The entire world consists of 1.8 billion Muslims, which dictate the festivities and the holidays in Islam. Ramadan, which is one of the holiest period in Islamic calendar which is then followed by Eid ul Fitr and Eid ul Adha, all are dictated by the Islamic Calendar.
Today Islamic Date In Pakistan
Islam is a 1200 year religion, which started with Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) and it took the Holy Quran twenty three years to complete. Over time, Islam spread to the world when traders from the Muslim world traveled across the globe to trade goods. Also, many Islamic conquests were launched by Muslim empires to conquer new lands and with these expansions Islam spread to the world.
Islamic Date In Pakistan
In today’s world, Islam is the second largest religion in terms of numbers of followers, which is 1.8 billion. Islam is expected to be the world’s largest religion, overtaking Christianity, by 2050. This means that it is all the more important to ensure that Islam prevails.
Islam has contributed a lot to the world in terms of science, mathematics and astrology. The modern Algebra, was actually found by Muslim mathematician Muhammad Musa Al Khawarizmi and Ibn al Haythem, the Muslim physicist is widely credited with the invention of optics.
The Golden Age of Muslim Science flourished from 8th century to 12th century. During the Abbasid Caliphate, the House of Wisdom was constructed in Baghdad, where all the greatest minds from the Muslim world were invited to come and experiment with their ideas as well as teach them so that these ideas are carried on by the future generations of Muslims but sadly, the golden age of the Muslim world came to an end when the Abbasid Caliphate fell.