The Holy Month of Ramadan would end on or about September 12, leading to Eid-Al-Fitr, an important festival in the Muslim calendar.
Men, women and children would don new clothes, attend Mosques for special prayers and lectures and visit relatives and friends to exchange greetings and gifts.
Eid festivities would also denote service to the community, help to the poor and needy and programmes to foster the fraternal bond between Muslims and people of other faiths throughout the country.
Indian Newslink takes pride and pleasure in presenting a 20-page Special Report marking Eid-Al-Fitr. This feature carries a collection of articles written by our team of contributors and reporters, along with messages of greetings and advertisements announcing specials for the shopping public.
As we greet the Muslim community on this occasion, we also extend our gratitude to our advertisers and contributors, for their patronage and assistance in promoting this substantial report.
Our heart also goes to the millions of people in Pakistan rendered homeless by the recent floods. Many of them would have found it hard to observe the tenets of Ramadan and even harder to celebrate Eid-Al-Fitr.
We pray the Almighty Allah to give them strength and courage to endure this difficult moment in their lives.