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An Arabic Name Necklace is a stunning piece of jewellery. It adds a touch of exoticness and mystery when worn. These Arabic names on necklaces make a unique gift, personalised from any name. They glimmer around your neck and can come in gold, silver or rose gold. But have you ever wondered how these beauties are made?

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Muslims in the UK celebrate Eid twice a year. These joyous occasions comes every 11 months as Muslims calculate these dates using the lunar calendar.

The first Eid of the year takes place after Ramadan ends. This is called Eid Ul Fitr. Ramadan is a holy month in the Islamic calendar and Muslims around the world fast from sunrise to sunset. During sunset, the fast is opened with traditional foods followed by an evening of prayer and gratitude.

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Born a Muslim I have always known that the spiritual centre of our Islamic faith is the Kaaba. I remember attending my very first Eid Ul Adha prayer at the age of six where I stood up in prayer in our local mosque in Brighton with hundreds of Muslims. We all faced towards the direction of Mecca and the immense black cube. On this day the Imam, like he did before every Eid Ul Adha prayer gave a sermon about the origins of Hajj.Read More
The Islamic calendar or the Muslim calendar is a lunar calendar and is used by Muslims to determine Islamic key dates such as Ramadan, Eid or hajj. In most countries, a solar calendar is used to work out everyday life events such as workdays, school holidays and weekends. Traditionally, the solar calendar is also used for agriculture and the lunar calendar is not suitable for this.
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Two beautifully hand-drawn, Arabic pattern bookmarks are free for you to download, print and keep. These bookmarks are unique and colourful and make your reading extra special.
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The western art historians have long used the expression 'Islamic Art' to describe the wide range of culture, architect and visual colours used in extensive regions of the world - from Spain to Indian, Turkey to North Africa - that have come under Muslim rule. Glorious architecture, scriptures, pottery, mosques, calligraphy, glass, ceramics, carpets and textiles all qualify as Islamic Art.

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