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Muslim Festivals In Kashmir

Muslim Festivals In Kashmir

The Ramzan Festival In KashmirThe Ramzan Festival In Kashmir
The Islamic calendar comprise of nine holy months. During the Ramzan Festival in Srinagar, the city takes a novel look. There are four pillars of the religious ideology of Islam. The words of Islam asserted that salvation is attained in the month of Ramza
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The Festival Of Eid-Ul-Fitr and Eid-Ul-Azha In KashmirThe Festival Of Eid-Ul-Fitr and Eid-Ul-Azha In Kashmir
Eid-ul-Fitr and Eid-ul-Azha are the most famous Muslim festivals in the state of Jammu and Kashmir. If you have to experience the real fun and celebrations of Id, you have to be in Kashmir where the dominant population is of Muslims.
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The Urs Festival In Kashmir
The Urs (or Ziarats) is a typical Kashmiri festival. It is held annually at the shrines of Muslim saints on their death anniversaries. There is a saying " It snows when the Urs of Meesha Sahib is held, it is windy when the Urs of Batamol Sahib takes place
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The Navroz Festival In Kashmir
Navroz Festival in Srinagar in India is one of the most important festivals celebrated with triumph in this valley.
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The Festival Of Shab-I-Mairaj And Shab-I-Barat In Kashmir
Muslim festivals which are celebrated nationally, include Shab-i Mairaj which is followed by Shab-i-Barat. The dates of these festivals change in accordance with the appearance of the moon and shift by 10 days each year. During the night of Shab-i-Barat,
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