Bangladesh: Ramadan begins in Dhaka

 

Multimedia Journalism ~ People gather to buy foods for breaking their fast during the Muslims holy fasting month of Ramadan at a traditional food market in Dhaka, Bangladesh on May 28, 2017. Muslims around the world celebrate the holy month of Ramadan by praying during the nighttime and abstaining from eating, drinking, and sexual acts daily between sunrise and sunset. Ramadan is the ninth month in the Islamic calendar and it is believed that the Koran’s first verse was revealed during its last 10 nights.

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POD pictures of the day ZUMA PRESS | August 2012

Aug. 19, 2012 – Dhaka, Bangladesh – Bangladeshi Muslim family looks at the position of the moon to confirm the date of Eid-ul-Fitr, which marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan. The Bangladesh government’s Ministry of Religious Affairs confirmed that Eid al-Fitr begins on Monday. (Credit Image: © Monirul Alam/ZUMAPRESS.com)

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Iftar Party for Orphans

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August 13,2012.Dhaka,Bangladesh- Bangladesh orphans girl looks into camera during on the Iftar party. The Ruposhi Bangla in a five star hotel organized an Iftar party for the group of orphans student. Around 550 orphans from 8 orphanage of different location of Dhaka attend the Iftar party.During the holy month of Ramadan Muslims around the world refrain from eating and drinking and smoking form sunrise to sunset during the holiest month in the Islamic calendar. © Monirul Alam

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Turn Human Sea | Eid Journey in Bangladesh

Thousand of Bangladeshi people along with mass garment workers are leaving from the capital of Dhaka, on Tuesday. They are going to their home town is in celebrating Eid-ul-Fitar. Eid-ul-Fitar is the largest Muslim’s religious festival. After the whole month of fasting in Ramadan the Muslim’s around the world will be celebrate their religious festival.

A number of home bound people are waiting in a airport railway station for train. But the train is not to come on time, because of rush schedule and mismanagement said a passenger Ahmed, who are waiting for train, he around on the station an one and half hour’s for waiting Rangpure Express.

When the train arrives is in station, it’s already overcrowded look like a human sea. Within a few minutes people rush on the train and agitate each other when they ride on the train roof. A garments worker, Shafali Bagum said, we are straggling on the way of our risky  journey, but we are finally happy to go to our home and celebrate Eid-ul-Fitar with our loved  ones.”  Reports, monirul alam, Dhaka, Bangladesh. 30 September 2011.

Leave Dhaka | Eid-ul-Fitr

 Bangladeshi Muslims overcrowd a train as others wait their turn for transport to head home ahead of Eid al-Fitr in Dhaka, Bangladesh, on 20 August. Eid al-Fitr marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan. August 2011.© Monirul Alam

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Thousand of Bangladeshi people move from Dhaka by train, bas and launch for celebration the Eid-ul-Fitr with their relatives who live in village. The Eid-ul Fitar is a muslims largest religious festival in Bangladesh. After a month-long fasting, Muslims sought divine blessings, peace, progress and prosperity in Eid congregations across the country.

 

Holy Ramadan | Bangladesh

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 Number of Bangladeshi Muslims gather to buy traditional food items for breaking fast on the first day of holy Ramadan at Chalk Bazar market in Dhaka, Bangladesh on Aug. 2, 2011. Muslims across the world are observing the holy fasting month of Ramadan, where they refrain from eating, drinking and smoking from dawn to dusk.©Monirul Alam

Jummat-Ul-Vida

Dhaka September 2010.Bangladeshi Muslims offer Jummat-Ul-Vida prayers on the last Friday of Ramadan at the National Mosque of Bangladesh, Baitul Mukarram in Dhaka. ahead of the Eid al-Fitr festival marks the end of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan, during which devout Muslims abstain from food, drink, smoking and sex from dawn to dusk. Copy Right: Monirul Alam

Ramadan In the World

Dhaka August 2010. Bangladeshi Muslim devotees wait for Iftar, the meal that breaks the day long fast during holy Ramadan. Every day more then thousand of Muslims attend at Baitul Mukarram mosque at Dhaka for Iftar party. The Islamic foundation organized this programmed during the Ramadan month . Copy Right:Moirul Alam