Ramadan begins, no mass prayers in mosques
Kathmu, April 25
The holy month of Ramadan, the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar, started in Nepal right this moment with the sighting of the crescent moon.
It is essentially the most sacred pageant of Muslims, who abstain from meals water from dawn to sundown be a part of mass prayers at mosques for your entire month. Fasting is supposed to show the Muslims persistence, modesty spirituality, mentioned non secular consultants.
It is believed to be the month when Prophet Mohammad wrote the non secular scripture Quran as enlightened by the Allah on this very month. However, there can be no mass prayers in mosques because of the nationwide lockdown imposed by the federal government to stop the unfold of COVID-19.
The authorities National Muslim Commission have appealed to the devotees to carry out Namaz at house chorus from going to mosques for mass prayers.
All the mosques in Kathmu valley have been shut down, following the federal government resolution. During the month-long pageant, Muslims say sorry for previous sins, pray for steerage, ask for assist in refraining from on a regular basis evils attempt to purify themselves by self-restraint good deeds.
A model of this text seems in e-paper on April 26, 2020 of The Himalayan Times.
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