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BHADARWAH: Hundreds of Muslim devotees converged in different mosques of Chenab region to offer special prayers on the eve of Shab-e-Qadr also known as Lyla-Tul-Qadr (Night of Power).
The holy night when people pray to the Almighty Allah seeking his forgiveness, is observed on 27th night of Ramzan and according to Muslim faith, this is one of the holiest and most blessed night when the believers seek forgiveness of Allah and His mercy.
Shab-e-Qadr, the night which is considered to be better than praying for 1,000 nights, was observed last night with religious fervour in Bhadarwah Valley.
On the occasion, religious scholars threw light on the significance of the night.
The Muslims assembled at Jamia Masjid Bhadarwah where hundreds of people prayed together throughout the night. Other mosques of Bhadarwah also witnessed large gathering of people to participate in the congregation.
Similar night long programe was also organised at Kotli Masjid where Naat Khawani, Tilawat-E-Quraan, Majlis-e-Hadees, Dars-e-Quran was held by Hafiz Quraan, Ulmaas, students and elders.
The programe was held under the supervision of Ishtiaq Ahmed Dar, Mohd Saleem, Ishaq Ahmed, Tasir Butt, Rashid Dar, Majid Butt, Asim Mir, Mehboob Jamal, Yasir Lone and others. Large number of students including Tabish Lone, Zahid Lone, Mukeet, Usman Dar, Adnan Dar, Aafan Lone, Umar Ishtiyaq Dar, Rubaab Tariq and others participated in the Naat Khawani programme which was organised by Masjid Committee Kotli.
Meanwhile, the people of Doda, Kishtwar, Batote, Ramban, Banihal, Drabshalla, Gandoh also offered special prayers in their respective mosques.
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