The word EID conjures up various images – the crescent, the joyous calls to family to announce its arrival, the smell of food being prepared for the festivities, the gifts that we start packing to give to our loved ones, the preparation of the clothes we will adorn on the days, the beautiful smiles of family and friends who herald the joyous day etc. However this Eid was somewhat very different. Continue reading here.
Capture the epic life stories of your grandparents or a family member and share their story with us! Let’s learn from their lessons in community building, migration, survival and the challenges they faced and overcame. Click here to find out how you can apply.
As we all aware that India is one of the hardest-hit countries in terms of the pandemic especially when you take into account those who depend on their daily earnings to put food on the table. The ability to ensure that appropriate measures are taken to look after the volunteers and the recipients are equally as important. Thus, the humanitarian effort that goes behind this is immense and thus one can only pray for the donors, volunteers, and the well-wishers. Read more here.
The fact that Islam as a religion has precision built into it is an undeniable fact. As we evolve with our knowledge of the Holy Qur’an, it is fairly obvious that there is a lot that is yet to be discovered in this miraculous book of revelation. Scientists who study the holy Qur’an continue to be astounded by how it continues to reveal what they are just discovering. Learn how we need to hold ourselves accountable here.
This year, although we will not be going to a mosque to perform the Eid al-Fitr prayer, we should still try to perform it home as it is a recommended act of worship for the day. Click here to find out how.