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#1 [Permalink] Posted on 8th December 2008 11:12
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السلام عليكم و رحمة الله

All too often, we get so engrossed in the preparation and distribution of fine foods; the search for ornate clothing and footwear, and the general immersion in social activities that we forget the most important aspect of Eid - the remembrance of Allah subhanahu wa ta'ala.

Put this on full volume and let Allah's jalaalah saturate your soul.
Transfer it to your phone and share it with the family, teaching the little ones the words and meanings and encouraging them to contemplate Allah's greatness.

May Allah make us from amongst those who recognise Him and those who strive for His closeness.

There is no protection from Allah but with Allah.

We seek His forgiveness and turn to Him alone.

Fee amaanillah
Was-salaam

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#2 [Permalink] Posted on 24th June 2010 11:55
The information which you have given here its really very useful. And the another thing I want to say you that I am not proper momedian. But I have heared a lot about that religion. I have heared that The festivity includes wearing of new and colourful clothes by all, except those who cannot afford to buy. Ans as per the local tradition, the small girls wearing colourful dresses, with arms full of bangles.
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