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Ramazan Bayram

Ramazan Bayram 2024, 2025 and 2026 in Azerbaijan

Ramazan Bayram is celebrated in Azerbaijan with much religious fervour and general merriment. This celebration is also known as Eid al-Fitr here and in many other parts of the world.

202410 Apr to 11 AprWed to ThuRamazan Bayram Holiday
202530 Mar to 1 AprSun to TueRamazan Bayram Holiday
202620 Mar to 23 MarFri to MonRamazan Bayram Holiday
Please scroll down to end of page for previous years' dates.

The national holiday comes on the first day of the Islamic month of Shawwal, immediately following the holy month of Ramadan and month-long period of fasting, prayer and devotion. It is one of the most important of all Muslim commemorations.

Ramazan Bayram lasts two or three days and is a much-anticipated time off work for many in the country.

Around 97 percent of Azerbaijanis are Muslim, and most of these are Shia. It has one of the highest Shia Islam populations, by percentage, in the world. And yet, the country is also very secular with only around 20 percent saying they count religion as an important part of their lives.

On Eid, some will go to the local mosque for special morning prayers, and most will celebrate at home with a festive family feast. Everyone greets each other with a hearty “Happy Eid!” and, often, a formal embrace.

Previous Years

202321 Apr to 24 AprFri to MonRamazan Bayram Holiday
20222 May to 3 MayMon to TueRamazan Bayram Holiday
202113 May to 14 MayThu to FriRamazan Bayram Holiday
202024 May to 25 MaySun to MonRamazan Bayram Holiday
20194 JunTueRamazan Bayram Holiday
201815 Jun to 18 JunFri to MonRamazan Bayram Holiday
201724 Jun to 28 JunSat to WedRamazan Bayram Holiday