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Jumma Tul Wida

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What is Juma Tul Wida?

Juma Tul Wida is a widely celebrated day which refers to the last Friday of the Holy Month of Ramadan. The word “Jummah” literally means “a gathering” and “wida” means “farewell” therefore this day can also be known as the “gathering of farewell” or the “last gathering”. This day is marked to commemorate the farewell to the month of fasting. Every year, it is observed across the country with religious fervor and sanctity. Many devotees attend the Juma prayers at different mosques seeking divine blessings for peace and progress of the country and unity of the humankind.


Juma Tul Wida creates a sense of gratefulness and nostalgia. The Muslim ummah can rejoice and feel proud in successfully adhering to Allah’s guidance and restrictions during the month of Ramadan but there’s this feeling of suffering the loss of a truly blessed month.

This day is observed by Muslims all over the world. Mostly all Muslims offer the mandatory jummah prayers which are followed by special prayers for prosperity and brotherhood amongst Muslims.

Most importantly, it serves as a reminder that the holy month of Ramadan is coming to its end and we must collect as many good deeds as possible and seek forgiveness before it departs till the next year.





“O you who believe! When the call is proclaimed for the Salah on Al-Jumu`ah (Friday), then hasten (Fas`aw) to the remembrance of Allah and leave off business. That is better for you if you did but know!” -Surah Al Jummah

Muslims regard this Friday as one of the holiest days in the month of Ramadan and take measures to spend their entire day doing ibaadah in order to reap as many blessings as possible on this holy day.


Psychological Things You Should Know Pain

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Why do we feel pain? What is our body telling us?

Here are facts about pain to help you better understand the complex sensation and better discuss it with your doctor if you need to.


Pain is a protective device

Things shouldn’t hurt for no reason. In a healthy body, it is a sign that something is wrong.
It’s a signal from your brain that there is something that needs attention.

The degree of injury

Research has demonstrated that we all experience it in individual ways.
While some of us experience major injuries with little pain, others experience minor injuries.

 Depends on experience.

If something has hurt before, our brain is going to make it hurt again. And usually, it’s going to hurt worse.

 Psychological factors can make your pain worse.

It can be influenced by many different factors, such as psychological conditions. A recent study showed that psychological variables that existed prior to a total knee replacement were related to a patient’s experience of long-term ache following the operation.

Education may reduce your need for care.

 A large study conducted with military personnel demonstrated that those who were given a 45-minute educational session about it sought care for low back ache less than their counterparts.


Quran: 10 Things You Need To Know

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What you need to know

Gaining an understanding of the teachings of the Qur’an takes more than a briefing or a quick news report. It requires reading the Quranic text of course but also requires an understanding of the Qur’an’s literary. This field guide gives 10 core features that will help you begin to understand the Qur’an.

  •  Divided into verses and chapters.
  • Instead, they are organized roughly according to length, beginning with the longest and ending with the shortest.
  •  Some chapters come from the period of his ministry in Mecca (610-22) and the remainder comes from his ministry in the city of Medina (622-32).
  • The advantage of reading the Qur’an chronologically is that it makes it easier to follow the progression in Muhammad’s life and in his thinking.
  • An important principle in interpreting the Qur’an is that generally speaking, later verses abrogate or replace earlier verses where the core message differs.
  • Muslims believe the message was transmitted by the Angel Gabriel through Muhammad over a period of 23 years.
  • Muslims do not consider that Muhammad wrote–or in any way influenced–the text of the Qur’an.
  • The concept of an evolved text, that took centuries to canonize through a process of scholarly debate, is alien to orthodox Islamic belief.
  • You must never write on the Qur’an in the company of Muslims.
  •  Understanding the Qur’an for Muslims needs additional literature.
  • Interpreting the Qur’an is a subject of great debate among Muslims.
  • Interpretations can be peaceful or violent.
  • Qur’an affirms the teachings of Moses, David, and Jesus.


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On a fine Winter Monday, when the sun is kissing the skin to the heart, our team sat for lunch where we look upon a family where they are struggling to have a common topic of discussion. Each one of them had a story to tell but none of them was ready to listen to another. If a family of 5 people  has so many differences, how is it possible to align so many nations, to have an understanding and live peacefully.

After talking about it over the lunch we realized that there is only one way to undo this and that is to liberate the youth. We believe that there are two kind of people in this world, talkers and listeners and we certainly count ourselves in the latter ones. Not only we feel that the youth wants to stay updated about the latest trends in each industry but as being a part of youth we understand that we don’t have enough time to look for the details ourselves and hence we want to have precise blogs and videos that explains it to them. We do know our society is less of a listener and hence there are a lot of stories that are yet to heard and we want to have a forum where we can share these stories.