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All Holidays for Muslim Religion 2021 in Bangladesh

All Holidays for Muslim Religion in Bangladesh. If you have any idea about Public Holiday Bangladesh then you could make a plan beautifully in an organized way. Today we would like to give you enough ideas about public holidays. Our review will cover all the dates and time of All Holidays for Muslim Religion and how many days the holidays will last. As a result, you can keep planning to enjoy holidays with your family beforehand. Apart from this, you can match your time while going anywhere. So let us get an idea about the public holidays in the country.

Holidays for Muslim Religion

There are two Main official holidays in Islam: Eid Al-Fitr and Eid Al-Adha.

Eid Al-Fitr is celebrated at the end of Ramadan (a month of fasting during daylight hours), and Muslims may invoke zakat (charity) on the occasion which begins after the new moon sighting for the beginning of Shawal. The Eid al-Fitr celebration begins with prayers the morning of the 1st of Shawal, and is followed by breakfast, and often celebratory meals throughout the day.

Eid Al-Adha is celebrated on the tenth day of Dhu al-Hijjah when Hajj (pilgrimage) takes place, and lasts for four days. Muslims may invoke an act of zakat and friendship by the slaughter of a sheep and distribute its meat in 3 parts: among family, friends, and the poor. Muslims are also encouraged to be especially friendly and reach out to one another during this period.

Govt Muslim Holiday for all Company

Day Date Holidays name
Friday 19 March Shab E Barat*
Wednesday 14 April Pohela Boishakh
Monday 10 May Shab E kodor*
Thursday- Saturday 13 -15 May The Second day of Eid Ul Fitr*
Tuesday – Thursday 20 July – 22nd July The Second Day of Eid Ul Azha*
Thursday 19 August Ashura

Muslim holidays 2021

The chart of optional holidays for Muslims is given below.

day date Holidays name Total vacation
Friday 12 March Shab E Meraz* 01 day
Sunday 16 May The Second day of Eid Ul Fitr* 01 day
Friday 23 July The Second Day of Eid Ul Azha* 01 day
Wednesday 06 October Akheri Chahar Somba* 01 day
Wednesday 17 November Fateha e Yazdahm* 01 day
Total O5 days

*All Muslim additional holidays are dependent on seeing the moon.

*A Muslim employee can choose maximum of 3 days additional holidays.

People of Muslim religion can enjoy optional holidays for a few more days. The list of those days is given below.

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Shab E Meraz

Shab E Meraz is held on the occasion of the departure of the Prophet (s). Optional holidays can be enjoyed on march 12 for Shab E Meraz. However, the holiday is dependent on seeing the moon. Total holiday is 1 day.

Akheri Chahar Somba

On the occasion of the last 4 days of the departure of the Prophet (s), it will be possible to take the optional holiday. Possible date of holiday is on October 6. But the actual date depends on seeing the moon.

Fateha E Yazdahm

On the occasion of Fateha E Yazdahm, it is possible to take an optional holiday on November 17. But the actual holiday is dependent on seeing the moon.

Dates of Islamic holidays and other days of note


Hijri date
1442 AH
Islamic New Year 1 Muḥarram
Ashura 10 Muḥarram
Arbaʽeen 20 or 21 Ṣafar
Eid-e-Shuja’ (Eid-e-Zahra) 9 Rabī‘ al-Awwal
Mawlid an-Nabī
(‘Birthday of the Prophet’ [Muhammad]
12 Rabī‘ al-Awwal (Sunni)
17 Rabī‘ al-Awwal (Shia)
Birthday of ‘Alī ibn Abī Ṭālib 13 Rajab
Laylat al-Mi’raj 27 Rajab
Laylat al-Bara’at 15 Sha‘bān
Birthday of Hujjat-Allah al-Mahdī 15 Sha‘bān
First day of Ramaḍān 1 Ramaḍān
Laylat al-Qadr 19, 21, 23, 25, 27, or 29 Ramaḍān
Chaand Raat 29 or 30 Ramaḍān
Eid al-Fitr 1 Shawwāl
Hajj 8–13 Dhū al-Ḥijja
Day of Arafah 9 Dhū al-Ḥijja
Eid al-Adha 10 Dhū al-Ḥijja
Eid al-Ghadeer 18 Dhū al-Ḥijja
Eid al-Mubahalah 24 Dhū al-Ḥijja

Only recently has more information become available which now makes it possible to reconstruct the calendar adopted on the Arabian Peninsula in the recent past and to predict its future course for many years in advance. If you have any question about All Holidays for Muslim Religion in Bangladesh then comment bellow or message us through our Facebook Page. We will reply as soon as possible.

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Tanjila Zizji

Hi. I’m Tanjila and I love to travel. I had to write this ‘why I love travelling’ essay to try to express how much I love travel. I also write about International event & Holidays. I started this blog in 2018 to document my trip around the world.

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