Namaz takes place in mosques, not in Idgahs

People buy goats near Angoori Masjid in Ghumna town.
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Namaz is held in mosques, not Idgahs
Farrukhabad. In Eidgahs on Eid-ul-Zuha (Bakrid) there will be no namaz, only 50 people are allowed to offer namaz in mosques. Due to the festival on Wednesday, there was a rush of shopping in the markets on Tuesday.
Because of the corona infection, mass prayers were banned in Eidgah at Bakrid. 50 people were allowed to offer Namaz in mosques. Maulana Mufti Mouzam Ali said that oath prayers are not kept in Idgahs. He said everyone must follow government guidelines. After the prayer everyone will pray to Allah to get rid of the disease.
Shahar Qazi Syed Mutahir Ali said that sacrifices are compulsory for every wealthy person in Muslim society. There are some people in society to whom Allah has given everything, but they do not make sacrifices and buy good clothes in the market. He said clothes won’t work in the end. Those who make sacrifices in the path of Allah will come in handy. On the other hand, many Muslim women went shopping in the markets.
Nakhasa from Angoori Masjid
Every year near the Angoori Masjid, Ghumna, there is a Nakhasa of sacrificed goats. This time people with goats also came to Nakhasa. But few buyers were seen. Rashid Qureshi said that the day before Eid-ul-Zuha we stopped some goats to sell.
They used to think they were being sold for a good price, but this time only the buyers came for financial reasons. Aqeel Qureshi said that we brought 50 sacrificial goats from outside to sell. But only 12 were sold. The goat, which was bought for 15-16 thousand, is now only sold 10 thousand after oath. This does a lot of damage.
Namaz is held in mosques at different times
Mufji Mouzam Ali of Jama Masjid in Ghumna said that Namaz will be held at the mosque at 8:30 am on Wednesday. Qazi City Mujahir Ali said that namaz will be offered at 8:35 am in the mosque in Tiraha City Hall. Apart from that, Hafiz Munawwar Ali will offer Namaz at 8:10 am in the Shamsher Khani Masjid.

Namaz is held in mosques, not Idgahs

Farrukhabad. In Eidgahs on Eid-ul-Zuha (Bakrid) there will be no namaz, only 50 people are allowed to offer namaz in mosques. Due to the festival on Wednesday, there was a rush of shopping in the markets on Tuesday.

Because of the corona infection, mass prayers were banned in Eidgah at Bakrid. 50 people were allowed to offer Namaz in mosques. Maulana Mufti Mouzam Ali said that oath prayers are not kept in Idgahs. He said everyone must follow government guidelines. After the prayer everyone will pray to Allah to get rid of the disease.

Shahar Qazi Syed Mutahir Ali said that sacrifices are compulsory for every wealthy person in Muslim society. There are some people in society to whom Allah has given everything, but they do not make sacrifices and buy good clothes in the market. He said clothes won’t work in the end. Those who make sacrifices in the path of Allah will come in handy. On the other hand, many Muslim women went shopping in the markets.

Nakhasa from Angoori Masjid

Every year near the Angoori Masjid, Ghumna, there is a Nakhasa of sacrificed goats. This time people with goats also came to Nakhasa. But few buyers were seen. Rashid Qureshi said that the day before Eid-ul-Zuha we stopped some goats to sell.

They used to think they were being sold for a good price, but this time only the buyers came for financial reasons. Aqeel Qureshi said that we brought 50 sacrificial goats from outside to sell. But only 12 were sold. The goat, which was bought for 15-16 thousand, is now only sold 10 thousand after oath. This does a lot of damage.

Namaz is held in mosques at different times

Mufji Mouzam Ali of Jama Masjid in Ghumna said that Namaz will be held at the mosque at 8:30 am on Wednesday. Qazi City Mujahir Ali said that namaz will be offered at 8:35 am in the mosque in Tiraha City Hall. Apart from that, Hafiz Munawwar Ali will offer Namaz at 8:10 am in the Shamsher Khani Masjid.

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( News Source – Amar Ujala )

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