• Re Islam Research Notes
    …………………………….…………………………….6 Ashura……………………………….………………………………..6 Rites of passage…………………………………………..7-9 Conclusion……………………………………………………10 This book has been made for the readers to better understand the importance of both the Islamic Festivals and the Rites of passage from the point of view of Islams. There are only...
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  • Iran's Festival and Imam Khomaini Backdrop
    the Zoroastrian name-day feasts, a form it retains even today, even in (predominantly) IslamicPersia where it is of the few pre-Islamic festivals that continue to be celebrated by the public at large. Mehrgān is a name-day feast. These name-day feasts are festivals celebrated on the day of the year...
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    calendar. Most of the days of the festivals are not determined by the pre-set dates of a linear calendar, but according to the waxing and the waning of the moon. The Islamic festivals are celebrated according to the Muslim or the hijri calendar. The month long fasting is completed with Eid-ul-fitr. The...
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    Christians today continue to distance themselves from this pagan festival. The Islamic Perspective Iman (faith) is the foundation of Islamic society, and tauheed (the belief in the existence and Oneness of Allah) is the essence of this faith and the very core of Islam. The safeguarding of this iman...
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  • FOREIGN POLICY
    Cultural Festival -Broadcasting exchange of TV/Radio (RTM with TVRI&RTB) -Visit ASEAN Year programme (1996) Education: ASEAN’s Ministry of Education Conference (SEAMEO) THE ORGANISATION OF THE ISLAMIC CONFERENCE (OIC) Figure : The OIC Logo OIC was established in 1971 as proposed by...
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  • Meaning of Ramadan: to the Islamic Faith
    interest of mine. I was especially interested in the Islamic celebration of Ramadan. In this paper I will attempt to detail the philosophy and beliefs of Islam, search the history and name the importance of Ramadan, and finally conclude with current traditions of Ramadan celebration in West Africa...
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  • ISLAM AND THE FUTURE OF EGUNGUN FESTIVAL IN IWO
    , moral reproach or praise, benediction and gratitude. 15 Egungun Festival in the Islamic Era As stated earlier, Iwo is a predominantly Muslim town, as 77.3% of the people are Muslim. Islam has changed the face of Egungun festival in Iwoland. The religion had impacted (and still impacting) the...
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  • Somia Foundation
    . What is the purpose of celebrating a festival? 10. When does shab – e - barate take place? 11. Name the religious festivals of the Muslims? 12. What kind of condition was imposed on the prisoners of the battle of Badr? 13. What is the importance of ‘Lok mela’. 14. What important...
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  • Festivals
    that festivals have been celebrated in India since Vedic times. The Aryans conquered India around 1500 B.C, and cultural integration with the local population took place. As time passed, some of their own gods lost importance and festivals in their honour died out. Later, certain pre-Aryan aspects of...
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  • Eid-Ul-Fitr
    official religion in Saudi Arabia, the birthplace of the Prophet Muhammad. Thus, the important Islamic festivals are very popular in Saudi Arabia. Saudi Arabia is also called the 'Land of the Two Mosques, because the holy cities of Makkah (Mecca) and Madinah (Medina) are situated here. Eid ul...
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  • Mecca
    her lifetime. It occurs in the month of Dhul Hijjah, which is the twelfth month of the Islamic lunar calendar. It is a demonstration of the solidarity of the Muslim people, and their submission to Allah. The Hajj is associated with the life of Prophet Muhammad from the 7th century, but the ritual...
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  • History
    B Q2- Answer any 12 questions 36 i-Name any three Islamic festivals ii-Write three advantages of Forest. iii-Describe the important minerals...
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  • Deli
    to have hijab fashion shows, fills the catwalks with models in from nearby European countries. Turkish Islamic fashion festival The global Muslim population comprises one of the fastest-growing consumer markets in the world, hence representing a major growth...
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  • Cultural Difference
    Malaysia. Most of these festivals are Islamic festivals and other festivals relate to Chinese and Indian culture. These large no of festivals celebrated in Malaysia makes it an attractive market for designers. While opening an outlet in other countries we have to consider a lot of culture barriers...
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  • Ethical Issues in Bhopal Gas Tregedy
    festivals of India include Diwali, Dussehra or Daserra, Holi, Makar Sankranti, Pongal, Mahashivratri, Ugadi, Navratri, Ramanavami, Baisakhi, Onam, Rathayatra, Ganesh Chaturthi, and Krishna Janmastami. Islamic festivals such as Eid ul-Fitr and Eid ul-Adha, Sikh festivals such as Vaisakhi, and...
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  • Islam & Christianity
    based on the Islamic calendar. Ramadan is the month of fasting, ends with the festival of “Eid al-Fitr”. During “Eid al-Fitr”, people dress in their finest clothing, decorate their homes with lights and visit their friends and family. “Eid al-Fitr” is one of the two most important Islamic...
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  • Zoroastrianism Religion
    What is Zoroastrianism? Zoroastrianism is the ancient, pre-Islamic religion of Persia (modern Iran). It survives there in isolated areas but more prosperously in India, where the descendants of Zoroastrian Persian immigrants are known as Parsis, or Parsees. In India the religion is called...
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    during the month of Ramzan. It is celebrated with great enthusiasm and with great fervour throughout the country. Id is perhaps the only festival that lays great importance on sacrifice and purity of life. It teaches us the value of love, brotherhood and sympathy. The Muslims keep fast for a month...
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  • PreIslamic Arab poetry
    of Kindah who composed many poem that can now be seen in the Muallaqat or commonly known in English as the hung poems. There were several characteristics of pre-Islamic poetry that distinguished it from the others. Firstly, the poems gave more importance to eloquence and wording of the verse than...
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  • File
    material, the reputation of designs, contrast of textures, Islamic decoration becomes complex. Water and light are also has paramount importance in Islamic architecture as they generate additional layers of patterns, they transform space. There is an intimate connection in Islamic architecture between...
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