Festivals of India Jamat ul-Vida 17 July 2015 Friday

Jamat ul vida is a special and holy festival falls every year a day before the end of Ramzan month. At this day Muslim people perform special prayer by reciting their Holy Quran for whole day.Thousands of Muslim people get together to attend their special Jamat-ul-Vida festival, which is the last prayer of the Ramzan month. It is celebrated in the nearby mosques of the city by performing prayer for the peace, success and harmony in the world.

Jamat ul-Vida History:

According to the Islam Friday is the most special and blessed day than other days so, if anyone spend this day by worshipping and reciting the holy Quran would always be protected throughout the entire week from the Allah. Muslim people believe that at this day an angel of God enters to the Mosque and listens the Imam (Friday Prayers). People get rewarded if they go to the Mosque for prayer in the early morning. Prophet Mohammad had also stated that Allah would forgive all the sins if one performs the Friday Namaaz regularly.

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India is a Country of Festivals

India is a country of festivals. we have festivals about religion, weather, Birthdays of great people as well as their martyrdom, festivals about historical events, about human relationships. These festivals keeps us fresh, energetic and within the bonds of religion and brotherhood. Here muslims celebrate Diwali and Hindues celebrate Eid with equall harmony and enthusiasm. India is a country of great culture and ancient civilization. These festivals promote our culture at world stage.

Festivals of India: we will cover upcoming festivals from the month of May.

May 2015

02    Saturday       Hazarat Ali’s Birthday.
04    Monday        Buddha Purnima.
07    Thursday      Rabindranath Tagore Jayanti.
20    Wednesday  Maharana Pratap Jayanti.

June 2015

02    Tuesday        Kabirdas Jayanti
21    Sunday          Longest Day of the Year

July 2015

17     Friday           Jamat Ul-vida
18     Saturday      Jagannath Rathyatra, Eid al-fitr, Ramadan

August  2015

15     Saturday      Independence Day
22     Saturday      Tulsidas Jayanti
29     Saturday      Raksha Bandhan

September 2015

05     Saturday      Krishna Janamashtmi
17     Thursday     Ganesh Chaturthi
23     Wednesday Autumnal Equinox
24     Thursday     Eid al-adha, Bakrid

October 2015

02     Friday          Gandhi Jayanti
13     Tuesday       Maharaja Agresen Jayanti
15     Thursday     Al-Hijra, Islamic New Year
21     Wednesday Durga Ashtami, Maha Navami
22     Thursday     Dussehra
23     Friday          Madhavacharya Jayanti
24     Saturday      Day of Ashura, Muharram
27     Tuesday       Valmiki Jayanti, Meerabai Jayanti
30     Friday          Karwa Chauth

November 2015

10     Tuesday       Narak Chaturdashi
11     Wednesday Diwali, Lakshmi Puja
12     Thursday     Gowardhan Puja
13     Friday           Bhaiya Dooj
14     Saturday      Nehru Jayanti
17     Tuesday       Chhath Puja
25     Wednesday Guru Nanak Jayanti

December 2015

22     Tuesday       Shortest Day of Year
24     Thursday     Milad an-Nabi, Id-e-Milad
25     Friday          Merry Christmas


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