Jumat-ul-Vida prayers held with religious fervour in Kashmir

Jumat-ul-Vida prayers held with religious fervour in Kashmir


Srinagar, Apr 5: Jumat-ul-Vida, the last Friday of the holy month of Ramzan, was observed with religious fervour across the Kashmir valley.

Barring historical Jamia Masjid, the congregational prayers were held in all mosques and Shrines all across the Kashmir valley.

The largest congregational prayers were held at Hazratbal Shrine on the banks of Dal Lake in Srinagar which also housed the holy relic of Prophet Muhammad (SAW), where thousands of people including men women, and children thronged on the occasion of the Jumat-ul-Vida.

The authorities had made elaborate arrangements for the peaceful conduct of the prayers all across the valley.

Reports of congregational prayers were also received from Jenab Sahab Soura, Khan-e-Kah-e-Moula, Charar-e-Sharief, Dastageer Sahib in Khanyar, Sultan-ul-Arifeen, Naqashband Sahib in downtown and Syed Sahib at Sonwar Bagh.

Special prayers were held for the peace and prosperity of the Kashmir Valley and the betterment of people across the country.

Meanwhile, thousands of people holding placards took out a procession in Sankoo-Kargil in Ladakh Union Territory after the Jumat-ul-Vida prayers on the occasion of “Al-Quds Day” in solidarity with the people of Palestine.


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