Rabi Ul-Awwal Importance And Significance
Rabi’ Ul-Awwal is an important month on the Islamic calendar.
In this month Prophet Muhammad was born (PBUH).
There are many beautiful and valuable parts of the blessed Prophet’s (PBUH) Sunnah that we can learn from.
What Is Rabi Ul-Awwal Mean?
“Rabbi” means “spring” in Arabic, while “al awwal” means “the first.”
So, when you look at Rabbi ul Awwal as a whole, it means “The First Spring.”
Since Rabbi al Awwal is a lunar month on the calendar, it can happen in any season.
Why Do Muslims Value Rabi Ul-Awwal?
Rabi ul-Awwal is regarded as important by Muslims since the following things happened this month: the birth of the final Messenger, Prophet Muhammad (saw), to whom the Qur’an was revealed.
The Prophet (saw) Hijrah, during which he moved from Makkah to Madinah. From this occasion, the Islamic calendar is calculated.
The Prophet (saw)birth on Rabi al-Awwal 12
When Is Rabi Al-Awwal?
After Muharram and Safar, Rabi al-Awwal is the third month in the Islamic calendar.
On October 8th, it starts in Maghrib this year.
During this month of Rabi ul Awwal, many other things happened as well, including:
- -1st Rabi ul Awal: Hijrat-e-Madina started
- 8th Rabi ul Awal: Imam Hassan Al-death Askari’s
- -On the 10th of Rabi ul Awal, the grandfather of
the Holy Prophet Mohammad (SAW), Hazrat Abdul Muttalib (RA), died.
- -10th Rabi ul Awal: Holy Prophet Muhammad (SAW)
got married to Hazrat Khadija (RA)
- -12th Rabi ul Awal: Muslims celebrate Eid Milad un Nabi
- -On the 28th of Rabi ul Awal, the uncle of the
Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), Hazrat Abu Talib (RA), died.
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