RELIGIOUS AWAAZ

Amarnath Yatra Will Be Held Only for 15 Days due to Covid-19 Pandemic

AMN / WEB DESK The annual Amarnath Yatra will be held for only 15 days this year, News18 reported quoting sources. It said that the pilgrimage will be allowed via Baltal route only. Earlier the shrine board said that the annual pilgrimage to the holy cave shrine of Amarnath will commence on June 23. Before … Continue reading Amarnath Yatra Will Be Held Only for 15 Days due to Covid-19 Pandemic

Mosques to open for Friday prayers in Saudi Arabia

RIYADH Mosques in Saudi Arabia are to reopen for Friday prayers this week as the Kingdom relaxes measures to stop the spread of COVID-19. The Ministry of Islamic Affairs said mosques will be open to the public for the weekly prayers from May 31 until June 20, except in Makkah. A circular issued to mosque … Continue reading Mosques to open for Friday prayers in Saudi Arabia

MAKKAH to allow entry from May 31 after 2-month coronavirus shutdown

WEB DESK Saudi Arabia announced a “two-phase normalization plan” early Thursday for Makkah with the aim of easing coronavirus measures and gradually returning to normal life. The first phase will begin on May 31, when entering and exiting Mecca will be allowed between 6 a.m. to 3 p.m., Interior Ministry said in a statement. Friday … Continue reading MAKKAH to allow entry from May 31 after 2-month coronavirus shutdown

Temples Should Donate 90%: Subhash Ghai

WEB DESK Renowned filmmaker Subhash Ghai has said that temples should donate 90% of its gold. He took to his Twitter handle and wrote that all rich temples should donate 90% of its gold. In his tweet, Ghai mentioned that this move would serve poor people under stress. @SubhashGhai1IS IT NOT A RIGHT TIME TO … Continue reading Temples Should Donate 90%: Subhash Ghai

Muslims welcome Ramazan amid CORONA crisis, scholars issue Guideline

WEB DESK The Muslims accorss the world greeted the month of Ramazan or Ramadan this year amid the deadly Coronavirus crisis. Islamic scholars from the world over have cautioned against holding collective iftar dinners and gathering in mosques to perform nightl Tarawih prayers. Ramazan normally synonymous with big family gatherings, extravagant iftars, and shopping sprees … Continue reading Muslims welcome Ramazan amid CORONA crisis, scholars issue Guideline

Ramadan 2020 starts from Friday in many parts of the world

WEB DESK Ramadan 2020 will start on Friday April 24, in many parts of the world including Saudi Arabia. In south Asia the holy month will begin from Saturday. The Supreme Court of Saudi Arabia and Religious Affairs Ministry in UAE said that Ramadan will begin on Friday.Qatar, Kuwait and other Arab states have also … Continue reading Ramadan 2020 starts from Friday in many parts of the world

UN Chief praises Islamic tradition in his Ramzan message

WEB DESK The United Nations Chief Antonio Guterres has said that the Islamic tradition of hospitality and generosity is a remarkable lesson at a time when people in conflict zones and vulnerable populations face dire consequences. His message came in the wake of Muslims around the world will be observing a very different Ramzan amid … Continue reading UN Chief praises Islamic tradition in his Ramzan message

Kailash Mansarovar yatra via Nathula Pass cancelled due to COVID-19

AMN Sikkim government has decided not to host the Kailash Mansarovar yatra via Nathula Pass in the state to Tibetan Autonomous Region of China scheduled from next month due to COVID19. State tourism and civil aviation minister BS Panth informed AIR that the state government has conveyed the decision to union external affairs and home … Continue reading Kailash Mansarovar yatra via Nathula Pass cancelled due to COVID-19

LESSONS FROM CORONAVIRUS

By Prof (Dr) Muhammad Mumtaz Ali The corona virus pandemic has spread in more than 210 countries and disrupted social and economic life across the globe. It has changed our working, playing and learning style: schools are closed, online homework is given and parents are asked to supervise their kids, offices are shutdown, sports leagues … Continue reading LESSONS FROM CORONAVIRUS

If not possible to perform Taraweeh & Eid prayers in mosques, pray at homes: Saudi Grand Mufti

WEB DESK The Grand Mufti of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and President of Council of Senior Scholars and General Presidency of Scholarly Research and Ifta, Sheikh Abdulaziz bin Abdullah bin Mohammed Al Al-Sheikh, today said that if it is impossible to perform Taraweeh and Eid prayers in the mosques because of the precautionary measures … Continue reading If not possible to perform Taraweeh & Eid prayers in mosques, pray at homes: Saudi Grand Mufti

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60,000 marriages cancelled in Haryana

WEB DESK The wedding industry has been badly hit by the lockdown in Haryana. More than 60,000 marriages sch ...

Transgender activists ask Govt to halt Transgender Rules, 2020

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