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Eid e-Milad-un Nabi in Bangladesh

Sunni Muslims observe the Prophet Muhammed's (also known as Mohammed or Muhammad) birthday on the 12th day of the Islamic month of Rabi' al-awwal, while Shi'a Muslims mark it on the 17th of this month. Muhammed is believed to be the last prophet.

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The Prophet Muhammed was born in Mecca, a city in Saudi Arabia that is revered as holy by Muslims.
The Prophet Muhammed was born in Mecca, a city in Saudi Arabia that is revered as holy by Muslims.
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About Eid e-Milad-un Nabi

Read more about Eid e-Milad-un Nabi.

Eid e-Milad-un Nabi Observances

Note: Government offices and most businesses are closed during a public holiday.

Holiday currently only shown for years 2005–2017.

WeekdayDateYearNameHoliday Type
FriFeb 262010Eid e-Milad-un NabiPublic Holiday
WedFeb 162011Eid e-Milad-un NabiPublic Holiday
SunFeb 52012Eid e-Milad-un NabiPublic Holiday
FriJan 252013Eid e-Milad-un NabiPublic Holiday
TueJan 142014Eid e-Milad-un NabiPublic Holiday
SunJan 42015Eid e-Milad-un NabiPublic Holiday
FriDec 252015Eid e-Milad-un NabiPublic Holiday
TueDec 132016Eid e-Milad-un NabiPublic Holiday
SatDec 22017Eid e-Milad-un NabiPublic Holiday

Quick Facts

Mawlid, or Milad, marks the birth of the Islamic prophet Muhammed, or Mohamed, in the year 570 of the Gregorian calendar.

Eid e-Milad-un Nabi 2017

Saturday, December 2, 2017

2018 date to be announced


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Note: Government offices and most businesses are closed during a public holiday.

List of dates for other years

Other holidays in December 2017 in Bangladesh

United Nation Holiday on December 2, 2017

Fun Holiday on December 2, 2017

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