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  • Muharram is being observed with reverence and solemnity in various parts of the country

    Ashura-e-Muharram is being observed with due reverence and solemnity in various parts of the country today. The day marks the martyrdom of Prophet Muhammad’s grandson, Hazrat Imam Hussain and his companions, who laid down their lives for upholding truth, righteousness and justice in Karbala. Tazia processions are being taken out to mark the occasion. Majaalis […]

    60-day Annual Amarnath Yatra concludes today

    Srinagar: In Jammu & Kashmir, the annual Amarnath Yatra will conclude today on the day of Shravan Purnima coinciding with Raksha Bandhan. The 60-day-long yatra, which commenced from June 28 from both traditional Pahalgam and shortest Baltal tracks, will conclude when the Chhari Mubarak, holy Silver Mace of Lord Shiva will be taken inside the […]

    More than two million Muslims begin Hajj pilgrimage

    More than 2 million Muslims from across the world are converging at tent city of Mina, in Saudi Arabia, as five day Haj pilgrimage began today. They will spend the night there and move towards plains of Arafat at dawn tomorrow for the day’s main ritual of Haj-reciting prayers. The pilgrims will spend the day […]

    41st batch left hagwati Nagar base camp in Jammu for ongoing Amarnath yatra

    The 41st batch of 233 pilgrims left the Bhagwati Nagar base camp in Jammu today for the ongoing Amarnath yatra in south Kashmir Himalayas. Officials said, the pilgrims left the base camp in 11 vehicles amid tight security. They are scheduled to reach the twin base camps of Baltal in Ganderbal district and Nunwan-Pahalgam in […]

    All pilgrims returning from Kailash Mansarovar Yatra evacuated from Simikot

    All pilgrims returning from Kailash Mansarovar Yatra have been evacuated from Simikot in Nepal. The last batch of remaining 12 pilgrims were brought to Nepalgunj this morning.   Earlier 110 pilgrims were flown to Nepalgunj yesterday as flight services from Simikot resumed after the improvement in the weather conditions.   Around 165 pilgrims were stuck […]

    Union Minister Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi & Haji Ebrahim Shaikh bhaijaan flagged of 1st flight for Haj Pilgrims.

    By Sachin Murdeshwar Al-Haj Ebrahim Gulamnabi (Bhaijaan), Member of Haj Committee of India, Welcomed Haj Pilgrims for 1 flight of HCOI’ PROGRAM.   Al-Haj Ebrahim Gulam Nabi Shaikh (Bhaijaan), Ex Chairman Maharashtra State Haj Committee invites Welcomes 1st Pilgrims for Haj on the first flight of HCOI program. Today on 29th July 2018. At Chhatrapati […]

    Guru Purnima being celebrated across country

    It is believed that a person is blind without a teacher to guide him. Today on the occasion of Guru Purnima, thousands of devotees express their gratitude towards their gurus for enlightenment. A guru is considered to be the person who removes all darkness from our lives and brings light. It is believed that Lord […]

    19th batch of Amarnath pilgrims leave Bhagwati Nagar Base camp Jammu

    The 19th batch comprising of 2,617 Amarnath pilgrims left Bhagwati Nagar Yatri Niwas Base camp Jammu around 3 am in morning today in cavalcade of 87 light and heavy vehicles amid tight security arrangements.  So far since the first batch of the pilgrimage left on 27th of last month 67,914 pilgrims have left the Bhagwati nagar base camp Jammu for the pilgrimage.

    J&K: Pilgrimage to Mata Vaishno Devi shrine partially suspended

    In Jammu and Kashmir, the pilgrimage to world famous Mata Vaishno Devi shrine situated in Trikuta hills was partially suspended this morning following a landslide on the Himkoti track. The battery service has been stopped for the time being, with the helicopter service also suspended due to bad weather. The pilgrimage is, however, continuing through […]

    14th batch of 3,048 Amarnath pilgrims leave base camp in Jammu

    The 14th batch comprising of 3,048 Amarnath pilgrims left Bhagwati Nagar Yatri Niwas Base camp Jammu around 3 AM today in a cavalcade of 112 light and heavy vehicles amid tight security arrangements. These include 2,281 men 623 women,134 Sadhus and 10 Sadhvis.