Hyderabad: Sirens from mosques went off after nightfall on Saturday, marking the start of the holy month of Ramzan which might be very totally different from what it was for 2 years through the pandemic.
As quickly because the siren was heard, Muslims rushed to want one another with greetings of ‘Ramzan Mubarak’.
Moments earlier, the Central Ruiyat-e-Hilal Committee introduced that because the crescent was sighted in lots of components of the nation, the holy month of Ramzan had begun on Saturday and the primary Roza or fasting could be noticed on April 3 (Sunday).
After a spot of two years, which witnessed Covid pandemic, Taraweeh prayers are being organised in all mosques in Hyderabad and different components of the Telugu States.
Over 2,500 Muslim males together with their kids, clad in white conventional kurta pyjamas with non secular caps, gathered on the Mecca Masjid, desperate to carry out Tarabi Namaz from 8.40 pm to 10 pm. The masjid was illuminated with vibrant lights and contemporary mats had been laid at prayer halls for the devotees.
From Sunday onwards, as a part of the holy month of Ramzan, Muslims will quick through the day and particular prayers might be held. Id-ul-Fitr might be celebrated on the finish of this month, relying on the sighting of the moon.
Macca Masjid’s superintendent Abdul Quadeer Siddiqui stated, “During this holy month, the Macca masjid is open round the clock for prayers. ‘Taraweeh,’ which are special prayers led by Moulana Hafez Rizwan Qurashi, will be held each day after 9 pm at the masjid.”
After the sirens had been heard, as a part of preparations, individuals had been seen looking for dates, fruits and meals objects all around the metropolis, particularly close to Charminar. At Gulzar Houz, Pathergatti and Lad Bazaar, individuals, particularly girls, flocked to mehendi retailers.
At the Murgi Chowk hen market, hen was offered out and its extra provide needed to be organized.
“We will fast during the entire month and not miss it for a single day, or even a single prayer. My elder son and I, will first thank Allah for giving us the opportunity to celebrate Ramzan in this way after two years of the pandemic, and pray for all the people from all the communities who have lost their lives,” stated Sharyar Khan, a citizen.
“Ramzan is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and lasts 720 hours over four weeks and two days, during which the followers of Islam fast between dawn and sunset, pray for peace and guidance,” stated Mohammed Abdul Ismial, Sadar of Jamia Amina Masjid.
Apart from fasting, `Zakaat’ performs a significant function for Muslims as per which they share part of their earnings with the poor and needy, he stated.