Youm e Ali 2022
Youm e Ali in 2022 | Upcoming Islamic Events Youm e Ali
The date of Youm e Ali is February 15th, 22nd. Every year, it falls on the 13th of Rajab, the Islamic month. On that day, Hazrat Ali (Blessings of Allah Be Upon Him) was born. In the Arabic world, the 13 Rajab date is 15-Feb-22, while it is 14-Feb-22 in Pakistan, India, Bangladesh, and some other parts of the world.
Arab Countries & Followed Regions
|Youm e Ali||14-Feb-22||13 Rajab 1443|
Pakistan, India & Followed Countries
|Youm e Ali||15-Feb-22||13 Rajab 1443|
Youm e Ali Date 2022
The 13th of Rajab, also known as Youm e Ali, is a significant date in Islam. This day commemorates Hazrat Ali’s birth (Blessings of Allah Be Upon Him). He was Prophet Muhammad’s companion, son-in-law, and cousin (Peace Be Upon Him). He married his wife, Bibi Fatimah Al Zahra (Blessings of Allah Be Upon Her). His sons, Hazrat Imam Hassan (Allah’s Blessings Be Upon Him) and Hazrat Imam Hussain (Blessings of Allah Be Upon Him). In addition, he was Islam’s fourth Rightly Guided Caliph. It is for this reason that his followers place a high value on Yawm e Ali.
Hazrat Ali (Allah’s Blessings Be Upon Him) was born in Baitullah. It is for this reason that Youm e Ali is also known as Jashn e Mawlud e Kaba in Pakistan, India, and other countries. Muslims all over the world celebrate the Youm e Ali date with great religious zeal. People attend Majalis, where Ulemas deliver sermons on Hazrat Ali’s life and teachings (Blessings of Allah Be Upon Him). They also prepare unique foods and dishes for the Isal e Sawab.
Youm e Ali 2022 in Pakistan
The month of Rajab is set to begin in the country on February 3rd. However, in Pakistan, the Youm e Ali date, or 13 Rajab, falls on February 15. (Thursday).
Youm e Ali 2022 in Iraq
Rajab is set to begin in Arab countries on February 2nd. However, in Iraq, the Youm e Ali date, or 13 Rajab, may fall on February 14. (Wednesday).
On this page, you can learn about the upcoming dates for the Youm e Ali 2022 in Pakistan and other countries. Islamic dates are determined by the final decision on the Ruet e Hilal or moon sighting. You can also look at the Hijri, or Islamic Calendar 2021, to see when other Islamic events are expected to take place.