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NEW DELHI: “This is probably the first time in my life when I will not be able to perform my Eid prayers. We have spent the entire month of Ramadan praying for relief and the end of coronovirus. There will be no general treatment. Celebration,” Faisal (35), a businessman based in the Delhi-NRC region, said.
Sacred prayers offered on the morning of Eid-ul-Fitr form the core of the festival which marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan. However, keeping in view the lockdown measures, community leaders and clerics have urged people to stay off-street. Despite the announced rest in the fourth phase of the lockout, religious and other major ceremonies are still banned.
Eid-ul-Fitr in India, known as “Mithi-Eid”, will be celebrated on 25 May in the country because of the sweet dishes prepared on the occasion.
However, the dates may vary depending on how the Moon is viewed. This is the reason why the Union Territory of Ladakh celebrated Eid on Saturday and Maulvis in Kerala announced to celebrate Eid on Sunday. Most Gulf countries will also celebrate Eid on Sunday.
Seeing the importance of congregation prayers on the occasion of Eid, religious figures have urged people not to flock to mosques.
Islamic seminary Darul Uloom Deoband has released Fatwa Asked Muslims to offer Eid prayers at home instead of performing congregation in mosques.
The Mufti of Jama Masjid in Ghaziabad dedicated the entire sermon to people on the evening of ‘Saram Sharif’ (the night when the Quran recitation is completed during Ramadan), explaining how they could offer Eid prayers at their home.
“Namaz is a big part of Eid celebrations. But we will not be celebrating this year. That is why Mufti Mahtab Alam Kasami dedicated the Khatam Sharif sermon by educating people about offering Eid prayers at home. The sermon was live. Masood, a resident of Ghaziabad, said, “Streamed on YouTube and everyone heard it from their homes.”
Maulvis from Jalna, Maharashtra and Kolkata, West Bengal have also requested people to offer namaz at home on Eid-ul-Fitr.
With just one active case of coronaviruses and zero casualties, celebrations in Ladakh accompanied some who offered their prayers in homes and markets, which lacked the center of the general celebration of Ladakh.
Annual celebrations with community leaders at celebrations across India are expected not to spend money on ‘Eid shopping’ and instead help someone for food or other basic supplies.
Mohammad Ammar, a Delhi-based HR professional, launched a two-week social media campaign in Ramadan, expanding his charity budget this year rather than spreading awareness about social distance norms and splattering people over clothes, gifts and food Urged to do.
“Eid is a festival of joy and when you do good to others, it gives you true happiness. We started a campaign to request Ammar to truly celebrate this Eid by doing good work for the people.”
Meanwhile, in the area of ​​Old Delhi around Jama Masjid, which is known for Ramadan festivals, which are bustling with eateries and markets, now only limited shops sell essential items.
Popular Silai shops, exclusive to Old Delhi, have been closed as workshops in Zafarabad and Inderlok, which ceased sewing during the lockout, and now workers, mostly migrants, have left for their homes.
Meanwhile, the leading Muslim body Jamaat Islami Hind (JIH) has also urged the government to exempt places of worship under the ongoing lockout and allow people to carry out their religious practices while maintaining social distance.
The JIH also issued an advisory for Muslims on how to offer Eid prayers in Idgahs, Jama Mosques and local mosques but it depends on how many people are allowed; Otherwise, the counselor said that prayers could be offered at home.
The JIH also urged people to avoid congestion in the markets during the last days of Ramadan.

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