|(Muharram ‘Jaloos’ In Jammu Kashmir’s Budgam)|
Azadi Times: Two years after the global epidemic of Coronavirus, the preparations to Celebrate Ashura with enthusiasm and devotion and respect are going on in the Kashmir Valley.
The work of installing lights on the roads is being done on a war scale. All Imam bargah are being cleaned and it is being ensured that the worshipers do not face any inconvenience. Muharram Preparations Started in Kashmir
Budgam: The preparations for the reception of Aza in the Kashmir Valley have been completed in some places and are in the final stage in some places. The renovation work of all small and large funeral halls and Imambargahs in the valley has almost been completed. Colourful flags including black and red are being put up on the streets, roads and highways. On which the sayings of Imam Hussain and other martyrs of Karbala are written. Muharram Preparations Started in Kashmir.
Two years after the global epidemic of Coronavirus, the preparations to celebrate Ashura with great enthusiasm and devotion and respect are going on in the Kashmir Valley. The work of installing lights on the roads is being done on a war scale. All Imambargahs are being cleaned and it is being ensured that the worshipers do not face any inconvenience.
It is worth mentioning that in Islamic history, the incident of Karbala is such a heart-wrenching tragedy, the pain of which will continue to rise in the hearts of every Muslim for the rest of the world. Karbala symbolizes the distinction between right and wrong. His example against cruelty and brutality will continue to be given to the world. Hazrat Imam Hussain (RA) and his companions made a great sacrifice by offering their lives in the field of Karbala for the exaltation of Islam and the supremacy of truth and righteousness.
Imam Bargahs and Ashura Khans have been decorated for Muharram gatherings in the Kashmir valley. As soon as the moon of Muharram is visible, the ten days of Muharram and the series of prayers start and in many countries including the Valley, this series of prayers continue for about a month.