Islamic Festival of Eid al Fitr celebrates the end of Ramadan. Because the Islamic calendar is lunar, Islamic holidays fall on different dates every year. Depending on the community, Ramadan in 2015 will start on Thursday, the 18th of June and will continue for 30 days until Friday, the 17th of July.
MILAD-UN-NABI : 25th January 2013 - In India this day is also called Barawafat, Id e- Milad or Mawlid and the birth anniversary of Prophet Muhammad is celebrated on this day. The day falls in Rabi al-awwal, the third month of the Islamic calendar. On this day people gather at the mosques to listen to sermons and offer prayers. They decorate their homes and donate in charity. Food is shared with both guests and the poor.
Each year, millions of Muslim pilgrims head over to Mecca to accomplish fifth Islamic event, Hajj, relating to the 8th & 12th days in the holy month of Zil-Hijja, which is the last month in the Islamic calendar.