Jamat-Ul-Vida | India Public Holidays
India Changes Date Of Jamat-ul-Vida Public Holiday
On the day of Jamat-ul-Vida, devout Muslims visit their dedicated mosques early in the morning to revere and pray to Allah. They fill themselves with the belief that the angels listen to them attentively and shower their blessings on them combined with mercy and forgiveness. Therefore, the prayers done on this day are all the more special and rewarding. Furthermore, Muslims strongly believe that the prayers offered on this day will never go unnoticed and would be answered quickly.
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The importance of Jamat-ul-Vida ensues from the word of Prophet Mohammed who had greatly extolled the importance of Fridays. He states that Fridays are more important and blessed then the other days of the week as Allah will protect those who read Quran especially on this day. It is said that an angel representative of God visits every mosque on this day to listen to the prayers done. Friday prayers are in fact specially called as Imam. It is also said that Allah will forgive the sins of those who do special prayers on Friday more so in the early morning of the day.
Also 'namaaz' is done on two consecutive Fridays; people get to understand their real selves and conscience tells about the right path that one should follow. It is believed that on Jamat-ul-vida, prayers are accepted by Allah. Mosques usually erect tents outside the main building in order to create additional area to accommodate the large number of gathering. All in all, this day involves religious reverence as mosques are flooded with devotees seeking divine blessings. Moreover, greater and stronger unity is developed amongst the Muslim community in their gathering.