August 10, 2022, 6:12 pm
Eid-ul-Azha, the second largest religious festival of Muslims, will be celebrated on Sunday. The main congregation of this year’s Eid will be held at the National Eidgah Maidan (High Court premises) at 8 am.
There will be a congregation here. However, if the weather is bad, the main congregation will be held at the Baitul Mukarram National Mosque.
On the other hand, a total of five Eid congregations will be held at the National Mosque Baitul Mukarram. The first will start at seven in the morning. The fifth congregation will be at 11:15 pm.
The date of Eid-ul-Azha’s main Jamaat ceremony was announced by the Ministry of Religion in an inter-ministerial meeting at the Secretariat in the middle of last month.
Meanwhile, the Islamic Foundation announced on Wednesday during the five Eid congregations at the National Mosque.
The Islamic Foundation said in a statement that the Eid Jamaat would be held at Baitul Mukarram on Sunday at 7 am, 8 am, 9 am, 10 am and 11:15 am. Imam Hafez Mufti Maulana Mizanur Rahman, senior presenter of Baitul Mukarram, will lead the first congregation at 7 am, while Hafez Ataur Rahman, former muezzin of Baitul Mukarram will be the imam.
The second congregation will be at eight o’clock in the morning. Imam Hafez Mufti Muhibbullahil Baki Nadvi and Muqabbir will be the Imam of Baitul Mukarram. Abdul Hadi.
Imam Hafez Maulana Ehsanul Haque will be the Imam of Baitul Mukarram in the third congregation held at 9 am. Khadem said. Shahid Ullah will be in charge of Muqabbir.
The fourth Eid Jamaat will be at 10 am. The Imam of this Jamaat is Maulana Abu Saleh Patwari, the commentator of the Islamic Foundation.
Imam Maulana Muhiuddin Qasim will lead the fifth and last congregation of Eid-ul-Azha at Baitul Mukarram. The congregation will be held at 10:15 pm.
If there is an imam absent in the five congregations, the Mufti of the Islamic Foundation, Maulana Md. Abdullah.
In the meantime, the National Eidgah ground adjacent to the High Court has been fully prepared for the Eid Jamaat. The Dhaka South City Corporation (DSCC) has arranged for about 35,000 people to pray there at a time.