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The Ramzan Festival In Kashmir

The Ramzan Festival In Kashmir

The 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 Ramzan through penance and self-reparation. The Ramzan Festival in Srinagar is celebrated both by the followers of Islam and Kashmiri pundits.

The Ramzan Festival in Srinagar is celebrated by fasting in the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. The fasting ends up in the festivity of "Eid ul-Fitr" in the beautiful Srinagar, the capital city of the state of Jammu and Kashmir. The penance acquired from of this ninth month's starvation leads to the destruction of sins accumulated by the acts of lying, slander, back stabbing, breach of promise and avarice. During the Ramzan Festival in Srinagar, the people are allowed to eat anything at night. It was a fasting followed during the day time.

Smoking is forbidden in this season of fasting of Ramzan Festival in Srinagar. A person during the Ramzan Festival in Srinagar goes through his "Holy Koran" and visits the mosque regularly. On the twenty seventh day of the ninth month the people celebrate the Lalyat-al-Qadr which is also known as "the Night of Power". On the completion of the fasting, the people of Srinagar exchange gifts and presents, visits each other's house to give blessings and so on.

The Ramzan Festival is a set principle to device the path of holiness for the people on earth. This festival is followed by "Six days of Shawwal". The ninth month of the Islamic calendar is considered to be the holiest month of the year. The festival is completed by having a glimpse of the "New Moon" which is considered to be sacred by the Muslim community. Browse AsiaRooms.com to obtain thorough knowledge on Ramzan Festival in Srinagar.

 

 
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