You should start HERE. ( A good start from Fabien Pinckaers)
HereYou can find a python date_utils module (not to be confused with python-dateutil),which can manage Islamic Calendar.
And here (http://bazaar.launchpad.net/~bayazee/pycalverter/pyCalverter-dev/files), there is a calendar converter [calendars (hijri, jalahi, gregorian]. A more recent link
For the JS part, see the following links to find how you can overwrite the default calendar widget:
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