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The Navroz Festival In Kashmir

The Navroz Festival In Kashmir

Kashmir is known as the paradise of India for its mystic valleys, natural landscapes, the huge Shrines of Jammu and a number of festivals and events that is celebrated in Kashmir. Followers of Islam, Hinduism and Buddhism, all stay in peace in this state blessed with natural abundance. Kashmir is rich in culture, tradition and in a number of festivals. It truly deserves to be called the paradise of India for people from all over the world come to Jammu and Kashmir to get a glimpse of its eternal beauty.

Navroz Festival in Srinagar in India is one of the most important festivals celebrated with triumph in this valley.

Navroz Festival at Srinagar in India is celebrated for 9 days all over India. The Navroz festival of the Shia Muslims comes a week after the New Year day. The Shia Muslims celebrate this 9-day festival with good eating and activities showing a spirit of gay abandon, in contrast to recitation of religious dirges that characterize most of their festivals. Navroz Festival of Srinagar in India is celebrated with equal triumph and glory. The Muslims wear new clothes and go to the mosque to pray. The Navroz Festival of Srinagar in India is celebrated with fun and frolic. Every Muslim wishes their families and friends Navroz Mubarak.

During the Navroz Festival in Srinagar, the Muslims attend special congregational prayers held only for this occasion in mosques in large open areas, stadiums or arenas. The prayer is generally short, and is followed by a sermon. Worshippers greet and embrace each other in a spirit of peace and love after the congregational prayer is over. After the special prayers and merriment, Muslims visit the homes of their relatives and friends to thank Allah and ask for His blessings. This festival commemorates the birth of Prince Aly Muhammad.