As the Islamic New Year, or Hijri Year, begins, we want to extend our warmest wishes to our Muslim colleagues for a blessed and prosperous year ahead. The New Hijri Year marks the beginning of a new lunar calendar, a time for reflection and renewed intentions.
Millions of Muslims around the world observe this holiday, engaging in acts of worship, setting new goals, and spending time with family and friends. For those who don't celebrate, you can still respectfully share in the festivities by learning about the significance of the Islamic New Year, extending well-wishes to your Muslim colleagues, and appreciating the rich cultural diversity within our team.
Let's use this opportunity to celebrate our shared values of inclusiveness and respect, fostering an environment where everyone feels welcome and supported, regardless of their cultural or religious backgrounds.
May this year bring peace, happiness, and personal growth to all.
Hey everyone 👋
As the first day of the Islamic New Year, or Hijri Year, dawns, we want to take a moment to send our heartfelt wishes to our Muslim colleagues for a year filled with blessings, prosperity, and joy. This significant time marks not just the commencement of a new lunar calendar, but also a profound period of reflection, introspection, and the setting of fresh intentions.
Around the world, millions of our Muslim brothers and sisters celebrate this deeply spiritual occasion, dedicating themselves to acts of worship, aspiring towards new goals, and cherishing moments with loved ones. 🕌
For those of us who do not observe this holiday, it still offers an opportunity to honor the rich tapestry of cultures that make up our incredible team.
Let's cherish this occasion to emphasize our shared commitment to inclusivity and mutual respect, creating a nurturing space where every team member feels valued and embraced, irrespective of their cultural or religious affiliations.
May the coming year be a beacon of peace, joy, and personal evolution for each one of us. ❤️
With warmest regards,
As we enter the Islamic New Year, also known as the Hijri Year, we wish our Muslim team members a prosperous year ahead. This event signals a new lunar calendar and a period for reflection and intention-setting.
The Islamic New Year is observed globally by Muslims, with worship, goal-setting, and time with family and friends. Even if you don't celebrate, it still offers an opportunity to honor the rich tapestry of cultures that make up our incredible team.
We hope this year brings you all peace, happiness, and personal growth.
Islamic New Year, also known as Hijri New Year or Arabic New Year, is the day that marks the beginning of a new Islamic lunar calendar year. This celebration is the first day of Muharram, the first month in the Islamic calendar. The Islamic calendar is lunar-based, with each month beginning when the first crescent of a new moon is sighted. The significance of this day originates from the historical event of the Hijra, the migration of the Prophet Muhammad and his followers from Mecca to Medina in the year 622 AD. This migration signifies a turning point in the history of Islam. The Islamic New Year is often a time of reflection, peace, and spiritual growth for Muslims around the world, with many choosing to engage in prayer, fast, and set new goals for the year ahead.
Celebrating Islamic New Year, or Hijri Year, in the workplace is an important part of fostering a culture of inclusivity and respect. It demonstrates recognition and appreciation for the diverse cultures and religious beliefs present within the team, making our Muslim colleagues feel valued and acknowledged. This celebration also provides an excellent opportunity for everyone, regardless of their religious affiliation, to learn about the significance of the Islamic New Year and the rich traditions it carries. By encouraging such cultural understanding, we can promote deeper interpersonal connections, foster mutual respect, and enhance the overall workplace environment. Ultimately, celebrating the Islamic New Year contributes to a broader, ongoing effort to make the workplace a welcoming and inclusive space for all.