Islamic Hijri Calendar 2023
The Hijri calendar is a lunar calendar, consisting of 12 months of 354 or 355 days. As it is a lunar calendar, there is an annual drift of 10 days, which means that it is not synchronised with the seasons, with the dates being repeated every 33 years.
Using the Islamic calendar below, you can find the days of Eid as well as the projected start dates for each month, based upon calculation.
Key Islamic Dates:
Al Isra’wal Mi’raj – 18th February 2023
Shab-e-Barat – 7th March 2023
1st Ramadan – 23rd March 2023
Laylatul Qadr – 18th April 2023
Eid al Fitr – 21st April 2023
Dhul Hijjah begins – 19th June 2023
Hajj begins – 26th June 2023
Day of Arafah – 27th June 2023
Eid al Adha – 28th June 2023
Beginning of New year (1st Muharram) – 19th July 2023
Day of Ashura – 28th July 2023
12th Rabi Al Awwal – 27th September 2023
The following Hijri calendar is in accordance with Makkah. Dates may vary, in accordance to moon local sightings, therefore it is advisable to refer to your local mosque calendar in case of any doubt.