History, significance, and celebrations for Hazrat Ali's birthday in 2022

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Every year on the 13th day of Rajab, the seventh month of the Islamic lunar calendar, Hazrat Ali's birth is commemorated.

Every year on the 13th day of Rajab, the seventh month of the Islamic calendar, Imam Hazrat Ali's birthday is commemorated. The birthday of Ali ibn Abu Talib, also known as Hazrat Ali, comes on February 14 and 15 this year in many regions of the world.

Historical context and significance

Hazrat Ali is said to have been born in 599 AD in the precincts of Mecca's holy shrine, the Kaaba, Islam's holiest site. The Islamic community's lunar calendar determines the birthday.

He is supposed to have controlled the community until 661 when he died of a fatal head wound caused by a poisonous sword at the Great Mosque of Kufa, which is now in Iraq.

In the Muslim community, he is regarded in high regard, and his birthday is commemorated with great zeal in countries all over the world. Hazrat Ali is regarded as the first Imam by the Shia Muslim faith and is thought to be Prophet Muhammad's son-in-law.


Mosques are decked out and ornamented with brilliant lights on this day. Devotees come for prayer and to learn about Ali's contribution to the spread of Islam. After that, friends and families gather for a decadent lunch. The ceremonies are frequently accompanied by musical delights such as Qawalies.

The birth of Hazrat Ali is celebrated as a public holiday in Uttar Pradesh, India.


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