The Muslim calendar is based on the lunar calendar and it does not have any leap years. The Lunar calendar is shorter than the Solar calendar and therefore the Muslim calendar falls out at a different point in the Solar calendar every year.
the Muslim calendar is based on lunar calendar and it does not have any leap years. the lunar calendar is shorter than the solar calendar and therefore the lunar calendar falls out at the different point in the solar calendar every year
It's calculated using a lunar calendar. This doesn't match up precisely with the solar calendar, so any given date on the lunar calendar drifts by about 11 or 12 days each year with respect to the solar calendar.
Jewish holidays bounce around also but at least stay in the same season because the Hebrew calendar is a lunisolar calendar: they stick in an extra month every couple of years to bring it back into rough agreement with the solar year. This keeps Passover somewhere around the vernal equinox and Hanukkah somewhere around the winter solstice every year, though the exact date varies in the common (Gregorian) calendar.
because of lunar calendar that it move 15 day around a year.
No, it does not celebrated the same time every year because it depends on when the new moon starts.
Iftar is the same for every country. It is once Maghrib Prayer comes.
No it doesnt it is very separeted love : me
It depends sometimes a leave can be yellow and next fall it can be red but usually it stays the same color every fall :)
Air resistance of an object can slow its fall. If every object had the same resistance, everything would fall at the same speed.
Friday 21st Aug 2009, same date as every country. sun rise to sun set..
Ramadan is the same day all around the world.
no your mom is
When people say Ramadan mubarak or mubarak Ramadan it basically means "happy ramadan" so you just say back to them Khair mubarak and ramadan mubarak to you too.
Females are actually obliged to observe fasts during Ramadan unless they have reasons to break it which Allah permits. However, whoever missed the same numbers of fasting days during Ramadan has to make them up after Ramadan before the next Ramadan starts.
yes they fall into the same catorgory ,but are not the same ,so yes every fingerprint is unique