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    Hyderabad: Muslims in the urban center observed Shab-e-Barat, also known as the dark of forgiveness, on Tuesday dark with nourished purport. The dark falls between the 14th and 15th of Sha’aban, the 8th Islamic calendar month. Muslims prayed for the departed souls and sought forgiveness for their sins.

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    Muslims gathered in illuminated mosques in big numbers to verbal act of offering prayers, including special prayers be fond of Nawafil, Shabina, and recitation of the Holy Quran during the including all components dark to look for the blessings of Almighty Allah. The night-long prayers at greater in scope or effect mosques were observed as hundreds of Muslims offered prayers. They also visited the graveyards and remembered their dear ones. Devotees thronged mosques on Tuesday dark to implore and take part in the recitation of the Holy Quran, while preachers and scholars highlighted the of the dark and the teachings of Islam. Various not private meetings were held across the urban center.

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    In the urban center, special prayers were offered at unlike mosques, including Mecca Masjid at Charminar, Shahi Masjid Bagh-e-aam at Public Gardens, Vazirali place of worship at Fateh Darwaza and Jamia Masjid, Musheerabad, and others witnessed immense crowds. Mutawallis (caretakers) of graveyards made arrangements for cleaning graveyards. Muslim cemeteries got a forward thin layer of substance used to protect or decorate, and shrubs were removed.  Thousands were seen at graveyards sprinkling HO, offering flowers and laying ‘chader’ upon the graves as they recited hymns. Several observe fasting on both days.

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    Daira Mir Momin, the 450-year-old graveyard in Sultan Shahi, is one graveyard in the Old City that almost everyone visits. It is here the five Prime Ministers who ruled Hyderabad under Nizam are buried. All be owned by to the Salar Jung folk. Moreover, Barhaneshah graveyard in Santoshnagar, Bada and chotaQabrastan in Yakutpura, Bada kabrastan in Barkas, among not the same Muslims, visited the graveyard.  The Shahi Masjid (The Royal Mosque) at Public Gardens is also frequented by many who reside in its vicinity. Several VIPs travel to the place of worship as it is close in relevance or relationship to the Assembly and is also at the centre of the urban center.

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