Public Holidays in Saudi Arabia
Here you can get complete details about public holidays in Saudi Arabia. Here is the list of Public Holidays in Saudi Arabia
- Eid Ul Fitr Is An Islamic Public Holiday
- Hajj Pilgrimage Public Holiday
- Eid Ul Adha Public Holiday
- Public Holidays And Bank Holidays
- 12th Rabi Ul Awwal Public Holiday
- New Islamic Year Public Holiday
- Official National Day Public Holiday
Birth Place Of Islam
Saudi Arabia is officially an Islamic country and known as the birthplace of Islam. That’s why Saudi Arabia Islamic celebrations are a big part in Saudi Arabia Public Holidays. There are not a lot of Public Holidays in Saudi Arabia compared with other countries in the Golf Cooperation. Saudi Arabia Nation Holidays and Islamic Public Holidays are depended on the Islamic Calendar or Hijri Calendar (lunar calendar).
Eid Ul Fitr is an Islamic public holiday which is celebrated in the end of Ramadan after Fasting the whole holy month of Ramadan. Arafat Day is the second day of the Hajj pilgrimage, Arafat Day is the 9th day of the Dhu al Hijjah twelfth month of Islamic calendar and the day before Eid Ul Adha the most important Islamic Saudi Arabia public holiday in Saudi Arabia. Eid Ul Adha is a Saudi Arabia public holiday which is celebrated in the Honours of Prophet Abraham who wanted to sacrifice his son as an act of obedience to Allah.
Saudi Arabia Public Holidays in 2019
Saudi Arabia Public Holidays in 2019; There is a complete timetable of upcoming Saudi Arabia public holidays and bank holidays in 2018, Tuesday 20 November and Wednesday 21 November is commemorated the birthday of Prophet Mohammad (Peace Be Upon Him) on the 12th Rabi Ul Awwal the third month in the Islamic calendar. Saudi Arabia King Salman bin Abdul Aziz announces a public holiday in Saudi Arabia in the private sector and government on the Friday 30 November and Friday 21 December Winter Solstice season starts. Saudi Arabia Public Holidays in 2019; The festival of Eid Ul Fitr and end of the Ramadan national holidays 2019 in Saudi Arabia starts on the Wednesday 5 June to Saturday 8 June. Eid Ul Adha public holiday 2019 in Saudi Arabia starts on the Monday 12 August to Friday 16 August. Saudi Arabia New Islamic Year begins with the 1st month of the Muharram, on the Monday 1 September 2019. Saudi Arabia Official National Day 2019 celebrations are on Monday 23 September, this national holiday is commemorating the establishment of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia by King Abdul Aziz in 1932 every year. The Prophet Mohammad (Peace Be Upon Him)’s birthday is on the Sunday 10 November on the 12th Rabi Ul Awwal in the Islamic country calendar is Saudi Arabia public holiday. Saudi Arabia public holidays 2018 / 2019 are the same, however, the Islamic public holidays may vary because the Islamic calendar depends on the movement of the moon and have 354 or 355 days.