Showing posts with label Yaum-e-Ali. Show all posts
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Sunday, March 31, 2024

Hazrat Ali (Yaum-e-Ali): Remembering the Martyrdom of a Pious Leader

Martyrdom of Hazrat Ali (Yaum-e-Ali)

On the 21st of Ramadan, the city of Rohri commemorates Imam Ali with solemnity and devotion. The streets echo with the rhythmic beat of drums, and devotees participate in the traditional Matam (mourning ritual) to honor the fourth caliph of Islam

Commemorating the Martyrdom of Hazrat Ali on the 21st of Ramzan

On the 21st of Ramzan ul Mubarak, Muslims worldwide commemorate and honor the life and sacrifice of Hazrat Ali ibn Abi Talib, the cousin and son-in-law of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). This day is known as Yaum-e-Ali..

Who Was Hazrat Ali?

21 Ramzan ul Mubarak: Commemorating the Martyrdom of Hazrat Ali (Yaum-e-Ali)

Hazrat Ali was born in 600 CE in Mecca, and he played a pivotal role in the early days of Islam.

He was the first man to embrace Islam after the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) received the divine revelation.Hazrat Ali was known for his unwavering faith, courage, and commitment to justice.

His Martyrdom

On the 19th of Ramzan, in the year 40 AH (661 CE), Hazrat Ali suffered a fatal wound while praying in the mosque of Kufa, Iraq.

Hazrat Ali was struck with a poisoned sword by Abd al-Rahman ibn Muljam during the attack..

Hazrat Ali passed away due to his injuries on the 21st of Ramzan, attaining martyrdom.

Legacy and Significance

Hazrat Ali holds great reverence among both Sunni and Shia Muslims.

His legacy transcends his role as a caliph; he is revered for his wisdom, piety, and unwavering devotion to Islam.

His teachings on justice, compassion, and knowledge serve as an enduring inspiration for generations.

Hazrat Ali: The Lion of Allah in Battle

Hazrat Ali, celebrated in Islamic history, emerged as an exemplar of courage, fortitude, and martial prowess. His pivotal role in early Islamic battles under Prophet Muhammad’s guidance remains etched in legend.

Key Exploits:

  1. Battles of Badr, Uhud, Khandaq, and Khaybar:
    • Hazrat Ali’s swordsmanship was unparalleled, striking fear into enemy ranks.
    • At the Battle of Khandaq, he engaged in an epic duel with the legendary Meccan warrior, Amr ibn Wudd, emerging victorious.
    • His valor on these battlefields solidified his reputation as Islam’s greatest warrior.
  2. The Heroic Feat at Khaybar:
    • Alone, Hazrat Ali stormed the impregnable Jewish stronghold of Qumus during the Battle of Khaybar.
    • His unwavering courage earned him the title “Lion of Allah.”

Hazrat Ali’s legacy endures—a symbol of fearlessness, unwavering faith, and unmatched swordsmanship.

Youm-e-Ali Procession in Rohri 2024: Traffic Route Diversions

The Youm-e-Ali procession, which commemorates the martyrdom of Hazrat Imam Ali as (RA), holds great significance for the Shia Muslim community. In 2024, this solemn occasion will be observed in Rohri and Sukkur, Pakistan. To ensure the safety and efficient flow of the procession, authorities have implemented traffic route diversions.

Key Details:

  • Date: 2024
  • Location: Rohri, Pakistan

Traffic Route Changes:

  1. Starting Point: The procession will commence from a designated location.
  2. Route Alterations: Specific roads and streets will be closed or diverted to accommodate the procession.
  3. Security Measures: Law enforcement agencies will be deployed to manage traffic and maintain order.
  4. Public Awareness: Authorities are urging residents and commuters to stay informed about the diversions and plan their travel accordingly.

For specific details on route changes and traffic management during the Youm-e-Ali procession in District Sukkur, please refer to official announcements and local news sources.

  • Today’s Hijri DateRamadan 21, 1445
  • Short Hijri Date21/9/1445

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