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Haji Ali Dargah

Haji Ali Dargah

Haji Ali is a revered Dargah (tomb) of the Muslims. Located on the brink of the shoreline of Worli Bay, this sacred shrine stands tall amidst sparkling blue sea as a mark of remembrance and reverence to Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari (R.A.). The mosque, which is apparently one of the most popular landmarks in Mumbai, was built in the …

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Philippines breaks Guinness world record: Largest natural pearl

Philippines breaks Guinness world record: Largest natural pearl

Puerto Princesa City, Philippines – November 16, 2016 – A Filipino fisherman in western Palawan island has found a giant pearl measuring 30 cm wide (1ft), 67 cm long (2.2ft) and weighing 34 kg (75lb), which sets the new world record for the Largest natural pearl. Photo: The giant pearl, seen being weighed at 34 kilogram, set a new world …

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Poem about Death of Mahatma Gandhi – Night of Nights

Night of Nights

They gathered round him where he lay Upon a bed of dewy flowers: A smile upon his lips did play, His eyes were closed, as one should say It was a sleep of dreamless hours. The anguish and the pain were gone; The light of peace upon him shone. And some did sigh and some did And there were some …

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Bakra Eid Date: Islamic Culture & Tradition

Bakra Eid Date: Islamic Culture & Tradition

Bakra Eid or Eid al-Adha is celebrated with great solemnity and reverence across the world to commemorate Prophet Ibrahim’s faith and belief in God, as he agreed to sacrifice his beloved son at the order of God. The holy festival also marks the close of the Hajj, the annual pilgrimage undertaken by millions of Muslims every year in Mecca. The …

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Bakra Eid Quotes in English

Bakra Eid Quotes in English

Bakra Eid is celebrated on the 10th day of the month of Dhul Hijja according to the Islamic calendar. The festival is observed by all the Muslims across the world at the end of Hajj, the annual pilgrimage to Mecca. Muslims sacrifice a domestic animal and distribute the meat as per the traditions. People wear their best clothes, preferably new, …

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Bakra Eid: Islamic Culture & Tradition

Bakra Eid: Islamic Culture & Tradition

The feast of Bakra-Id is an occasion to give and to sacrifice. It is a day to thank the Almighty for one’s good fortune and to share it with the less fortunate people. Eid al-Adha or Id-ul-Azha, as it is known in Arabic, translates as ‘the feast of sacrifice’. Traditionally, Bakra-Id is marked by the slaughtering of animals as sacrificial …

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Bakr-Eid and Sacrifice बकरीद और कुर्बानी: Islamic Culture & Tradition

Bakr-Eid and Sacrifice बकरीद और कुर्बानी: Islamic Culture & Tradition

बकरीद को इस्लाम में बहुत ही पवित्र त्योहार माना जाता है। इस्लाम में एक साल में दो ईद तरह की मनाई जाती है। एक ईद जिसे मीठी ईद कहा जाता है और दूसरी बकरीद। एक ईद समाज में प्रेम की मिठास घोलने का संदेश देती है। तो वहीं दूसरी ईद अपने कर्तव्य के लिए जागरूक रहने का सबक सिखाती है। …

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India Weird News: Allahabad School Won’t Play National Anthem

India Weird News: Allahabad School Won't Play National Anthem

A school in Allahabad has decided against playing the national anthem on Independence Day after Muslim parents raised objections about its words contradicting their religious Islamic beliefs, media reported today. The decision to ban Jan Gan Man, Vande Mataram and Saraswati Vandana has caused eight teachers including the principal to leave the school, which has around 200 Hindus and 130 …

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Benefits of Ramadan

Benefits of Ramadan

Ramadan is a period of fasting, reflection, devotion, generosity and sacrifice observed by Muslims around the world. While major holidays of other faiths have largely become commercialized events, Ramadan retains its intense spiritual meaning. The word “Ramadan” comes from the Arabic root word for “parched thirst” and “sun-baked ground.” It is expressive of the hunger and thirst felt by those …

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