Irfan Pathan urges Muslims to offer ‘Eid Ki Namaz’ at home, shares step-by-step guide on Instagram
Muslim festival Eid-ul-Fitr is on the horizon, marking the end of the holy month of RamadaanIn times of Coronvirus, all religious gatherings and places of worship have been closedIn such a scenario, Irfan Pathan has urged Muslims to celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr by offering namaz at home
All festive activities have been low-key affairs due to the Coronavirus pandemic all over the globe. With the Muslim festival, Eid-ul-Fitr, set to begin on Saturday evening, several of those celebrating are under the dilemma as to how they will do namaz in the time of lockdown. On this occasion, former Indian cricketer Irfan Pathan urged everyone celebrating the festival to do namaz inside their respective homes and also issued a step-by-step guide through a video on Instagram.
The holy month of Ramadan is nearing its end and it’s time for Muslims all around the globe to celebrate the festival of Eid-ul-Fitr. Usually, this festival is celebrated in large gatherings at mosques but due to the Coronavirus, no such activity is possible this time. Since all religious places and places of worship have been closed as a precautionary measure against the spread of COVID-19, people are bound to do their prayers inside their homes.
Here’s Irfan’s step-by-step guide for ‘Eid ki Namaz’ at home:
The former India all-rounder has been pretty active on social media amid these times of crisis. Having done multiple Instagram Live sessions with fellow cricketers where he discussed various chapters from his cricketing tenure, Pathan has also shared posts raising awareness about the prevention of the deadly virus.
Recently, he also gave his suggestions to the Chief Minister of Gujarat about the steps that could be taken to tackle this crisis. In one of the suggestions, the southpaw urged the government to take actions towards instilling positivity in people.
“Our (Vadodara’s) Commissioner and Collector have done outstanding work in the city amid these times. I also hope that citizens also help out each other in the battle against COVID-19. We have to move forward by helping each other amid this pandemic,” he said during a recent meeting.
While it has already been said that for some time, people would need to learn to live with the Coronavirus, it remains to be seen how India progresses towards normalcy amid this tough time where thousands are being infected by the deadly virus every day.
Courtesy : Times Now News