Rabiʿ al-Awwal is the third month of the Islamic calendar. Arabic words are transliterated in various ways, and Rabiʿ al-Awwal is sometimes spelled as Rabi-ul-Awal, Rabi’-ul-Awwal, or in other ways. It comes between the months of Safar and Rabiʽ al-Thani (also known as Rabiʽ al-Akhir). Rabiʿ al-Awwal is thought to be the birth month of the Prophet Muhammad, which is observed during the month on the holy day known as Mawlid. In some places, such as Pakistan, this celebration is observed throughout the entire month. When is Rabiʿ al-Awwal?Because the Islamic calendar is a lunar calendar (on which dates depend on the sighting of a new moon), the corresponding dates during which it is observed vary from year to year. In 2021, Rabiʿ al-Awwal is expected to begin on October 7, 8, or 9 (depending on location and the sighting of the moon), and end on November 5 or 6. In 2022, it is expected to begin on September 27 or 28 and end on October 25 or 26.
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