Calendar of White days of fasting 2021 & 2022

Calendar of White days of fasting 2021 & 2022
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Watch here for the probable white days (full moon) of this year and next year based on the Hegira calendar. In Islam, according to prophetic traditions, fasting the 3 white days of a month equals 1 full month of fasting.
Muslims gathering after fasting meal at the Great Mosque in the old districts of Delhi.

Abu Dharr narrated that the Messenger of Allah (sallallahou ‘alayhi wa sallam) said : “O Abu Dharr! When you fast three days out of a month, then fast the thirteenth, fourteenth, and fifteenth.”
Narrated by At-Tirmidhî (n°761) and An-Nasâi (n°2424) in a similar hadith.

The Messenger of Allah (sallallahou ‘alayhi wa sallam) said, “Observing Saum (fasting) on three days of every month is equivalent to a full month’s fasting.”
Narrated by Al-Bukhari and Muslim.

The dates of the next probable white days are April 25th, April 26th and April 27th.

White days 2021

Hijri dayDate
Day 13 26 January 2021
Day 14 27 January 2021
Day 15 28 January 2021
Day 13 25 February 2021
Day 14 26 February 2021
Day 15 27 February 2021
Day 13 26 March 2021
Day 14 27 March 2021
Day 15 28 March 2021
Day 13 25 April 2021
Day 14 26 April 2021
Day 15 27 April 2021
Day 13 25 May 2021
Day 14 26 May 2021
Day 15 27 May 2021
Day 13 23 June 2021
Day 14 24 June 2021
Day 15 25 June 2021
Day 13 23 July 2021
Day 14 24 July 2021
Day 15 25 July 2021
Day 13 21 August 2021
Day 14 22 August 2021
Day 15 23 August 2021
Day 13 20 September 2021
Day 14 21 September 2021
Day 15 22 September 2021
Day 13 19 October 2021
Day 14 20 October 2021
Day 15 21 October 2021
Day 13 18 November 2021
Day 14 19 November 2021
Day 15 20 November 2021
Day 13 17 December 2021
Day 14 18 December 2021
Day 15 19 December 2021

White days 2022

Hijri dayDate
Day 13 16 January 2022
Day 14 17 January 2022
Day 15 18 January 2022
Day 13 14 February 2022
Day 14 15 February 2022
Day 15 16 February 2022
Day 13 16 March 2022
Day 14 17 March 2022
Day 15 18 March 2022
Day 13 14 April 2022
Day 14 15 April 2022
Day 15 16 April 2022
Day 13 14 May 2022
Day 14 15 May 2022
Day 15 16 May 2022
Day 13 12 June 2022
Day 14 13 June 2022
Day 15 14 June 2022
Day 13 12 July 2022
Day 14 13 July 2022
Day 15 14 July 2022
Day 13 11 August 2022
Day 14 12 August 2022
Day 15 13 August 2022
Day 13 9 September 2022
Day 14 10 September 2022
Day 15 11 September 2022
Day 13 9 October 2022
Day 14 10 October 2022
Day 15 11 October 2022
Day 13 7 November 2022
Day 14 8 November 2022
Day 15 9 November 2022
Day 13 7 December 2022
Day 14 8 December 2022
Day 15 9 December 2022

Sheikh Ibn Baz - Can we fast the "white days" according to the lunar (Hegirian) calendar?

Sheikh Ibn Baz (may Allah be merciful to him) was questioned : Brother `A.M.M. from Tanta, Egypt, says in his question: It is known to your Eminence that determining the beginning of ordinary lunar months is not the focus of attention of everyone. Therefore, what about fasting the White Days (13th, 14th, and 15th of every Hijri month) of every month? I mean: How can a person identify these days in order to fast them? Please advise us. May Allah reward you with the best.

Answer : It is prescribed for a person to fast them according to the calendar based on what is certain. Yet, fasting them on days other than their proper days suffices a person, because the Prophet (peace be upon him) urged the Muslims to fast them every month and did not confine fasting them to such days exclusively. 

It is reported in the Two Sahih (authentic) books of Hadith (i.e., Al-Bukhari and Muslim) that the Prophet (peace be upon him) said to `Abdullah ibn `Amr ibn Al-`As (may Allah be pleased with him and his father) : “Observe fast for three days during the month; for every good deed is multiplied ten times and this is like fasting forever”.

It is stated in the Two Sahih that Abu Hurayrah (may Allah be pleased with him) said: My friend (the Prophet [peace be upon him]) advised me to observe three things : “To fast three days a month, to pray two Rak`ahs (units of Prayer) of Salat-ul-Duha (supererogatory Prayer after sunrise); and to pray Witr (Prayer with an odd number of units) before sleeping”

There are many Hadiths that were narrated in this regard. A person has the choice either to fast them consecutively or separately, because the Hadiths did not confine fasting them consecutively. May Allah grant us success.