|New Year’s Day
|On January 1
|The New Year is the beginning of the year of the Gregorian calendar and is also a public holiday in the Maldives.
|Is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. This is a time when Muslims around the world focus on prayer, fasting, charity, and religious dedication.
|Is the first day of the Islamic Shwar month. During the festival, many Muslims participate in group prayer, listen to a sermon, and do charity as food.
|On May 1
|Also known as the “International Day of Demonstrations”, it is Labor Day for most countries in the world.
|It’s a public holiday and a day off for ordinary people. Schools and most businesses are closed.
|Is an Islamic festival commemorating Ibrahim’s willingness to follow Allah to sacrifice his son?
|On July 19
|The first month of the Islamic lunar calendar is different from the Gregorian calendar.
|On July 26
|On the same day will be held in large celebration activities in Republic Square, military parade activities.
|On September 16
|On this day, the Maldives celebrated the country, decorated with lights and decorations.
|The Prophet’s Birthday
|On September 27
|Muhammad is believed to be the last prophet, and the people celebrate the prophet’s birthday on this day.
|The Day Maldives Embraced Islam
|This day is used to celebrate the spread and influence of Islam in the Maldives.
|On November 3rd
|It is a festival to commemorate the victory of the Maldives.
|On November 11
|Republic Day is to commemorate the founding of the Second Republic of the Maldives.