The Maldives is home to Sunni Muslim holidays and festivals in Maldives the Maldives Islands are home to the Sunni Muslims, Islam is the official State religion. And so it is not surprising that the Maldivians besides the country-specific holidays such as national day, Republic Day and Independence Day celebrate almost all Islamic holidays. It is worth to take a look at the most important in the planning of the Maldives holidays holidays. The combination of tradition and modernity is reflected in the celebrations of the Maldivians. So modern pop or jazz music often follows traditional music or dance with wooden instruments. Kuda Eid the kuda Eid or also Fithru oath is an important religious feast day. The Islamic fasting month of Ramadan ends with him. Usually, kuda falls oath in the Maldives on the first day of the month of Shawaal (Islamic calendar).

It involves festivities that last for three days, which shall apply as statutory holidays. Eid-Ul-Adha the Eid Ul Adha is one of the biggest religious festivals of the Maldives. According to the Muslim calendar this is celebrated on the 10th day of Thul Hijjah and is under many other names known as Festival of sacrifice, Eid-e Qorban, Qurbani Eid etc.-national day (national day) also this is with regard to the independence of the Republic an important holiday. He was called in honour of Muhammad Thakurufaanu in life, who was responsible for the victory over the Portuguese in 1573. According to the Islamic calendar, the national day on the first day of the third month of Rabee falls ul Awwal. The Maldives Independence Day (independence day) 1887 became a British protectorate. During this period, the agreement that these not would interfere in the internal affairs of the island State was with the British.

The Maldivian independence day is of great importance and goes back to the day where Maldivians from the clutches of the British could free himself. Independence day is celebrated on July 26 with big celebrations. The birthday of the Prophet Mohammed, the significance of this day of course immensely and is celebrated with great pomp and a huge show. It falls on the 12th day of the month of Rabee-ul-Awwal. On this day, Maldivians celebrate Republic Day (Republic day) the day on which the island State was ultimately to the Republic. in 1953, after many years as a monarchy, the Republic of Maldives was proclaimed. Unfortunately this did not last long on, so returned to the monarchy in the same year. The month of fasting Ramadan enters the ninth month according to the Islamic calendar. Ramadan is also known as ‘Rorda Mas’ and is one of the most important holidays in the Maldives because of its religious importance. Victory Day (victory day) is of utmost importance to the Maldivian people of Maldivian Victory Day. He goes back on the 3 November 1988, when there was a sri Lankan terrorist group by an attempted military coup. A dozen Maldivians were killed, but the coup failed and the terrorists fled from the island. With great festivities, the country celebrates its Victory Day every year on November 3. Whether Honeymoon, active or family holiday, those who are interested in the authentic Maldivian culture, should make sure holiday on traditional festivals and holidays in the Maldives and take the opportunity to attend such a treat in any case.