First Jumma Namaz at Jama Masjid in Delhi

Ramazan without Covid-19 restrictions brings cheer to devotees

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April 9, 2022

/ By / New Delhi

Ramzan is the holiest month for Muslims around the world and more than ever it is the time when people get together to offer prayers, fast and break the fast. One of the most important sites to celebrate the Ramzan and its activities is the historic Jama Masjid in Delhi. However, due to restrictions imposed since Covid-19 outbreak, the Ramzan for the past two years has been more indoors at home, rather than as a community. Hence, hundreds of devotees turned out on Friday to celebrate the first Jumma Namaz (Friday prayer) of Ramzan without any restrictions.

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Hundreds of devotees gathered at the Jama Masjid in Delhi on Friday evening to offer the namaz or prayers for the first Jumma (Friday) of the holy month of Ramzan.
This was the first Ramzan to be observed without any Covid-19 restrictions and the faithful had turned out with great enthusiasm.
They said that it was a very important moment for them and that wanted to mark it in the best possible manner.
Besides the adults and senior citizens, a number of children too had turned up on the occasion.
“I also observe fasts during Ramzan as my mother says that if we fast in this period, everything will go smoothly with our lives. So I observe the fasts like others,’’ Tauhid a 11-year-old child tells Media India Group.

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