Eid-e-Milad Procession Postponed to Saturday

The celebration of Eid-e-Milad, marking the birth anniversary of Prophet Hazrat Muhammed (Pbuh), is set to be observed with great enthusiasm by devotees on Thursday. Events like food distribution, sherbet servings, and religious discussions are scheduled. However, the grand 'Julus' (rally) has been rescheduled for Saturday morning, as announced by convenor Dr. Shaikh Murtuza.

Preparations for Eid-e-Milad festivities have been underway in the city for the past 15 days, with the road from Roshan Gate to Buddi Lane brilliantly illuminated. Residents have been encouraged to fly flags on their houses.

This year, Eid-e-Milad coincides with the Ganesh immersion on Thursday, sharing the same route. In light of this, the police have suggested moving the 'Julus' to September 30 at 8:30 am. The procession will commence from Nizamuddin Chowk and boasts participation from various sects, including Sunnis, Bohras, and Shias.

Honoring Eid-e-Milad Committee Office-Bearers

The office-bearers of the Eid-e-Milad Committee were honored at Salim Jagirdar Manzil in the Younus Colony area by Faizan Jagirdar. Notable individuals recognized include Dr. Murtuza, Asadullah Khan Tarrar, Adv Ziauddin Biyabani, Kazi Shakeel, Kazi Arefoddin, Athar Shuttar, Shabbir Bhopalwala, Mukarram Baughwala from the Bohra Community, Sajed Raza, Muhammed Hussain, Yunus Rizvi from Raza Academy, Ibrahim Attari from Dawat-e-Islami, Mohd Hamedullah Khan from Marathwada Ahle Sunnat va Jamat, Ajaz Zaidi, and others from the Shia Community.

Ziyarat Commences at Khuldabad Dargah for Eid Milad Festival

 The annual tradition of Ziyarat of Muhe-Muabrak (Pbuh) has commenced at the revered Khuldabad Dargah from the evening of the 27th, continuing tomorrow morning. As is traditional during the Eid Milad festival, Muslim brothers from across the city are coming together to partake in this sacred ritual. Large crowds of eagerly awaiting devotees have gathered at the Dargah as the Ziyarat gets underway, marking a momentous occasion in the city's religious calendar.

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