Observance of juma-tul-wida in Pakistan: A day of religious reverence.

Today, on April 5th, Muslims worldwide, including Pakistan, commemorate ‘Juma-tul-Wida,’ the last Friday of the sacred month of Ramazan, with profound religious devotion.

‘Juma-tul-Wida’ is a significant occasion observed by Muslims globally, occurring on the final Friday of the esteemed month of Ramazan. In Pakistan, as in many Muslim nations, this day holds particular importance and is marked with various religious activities.

On this auspicious day, Muslims rise early, perform ablution, and adorn themselves in new attire before congregating in mosques. There, they engage in collective prayers, recitation of the Holy Quran, acts of charity, and seek blessings and forgiveness from Allah Almighty.

Mosques resonate with the poignant farewell chant of Ramazan, ‘Alwida Alwida hai, Mahe Ramazan tu Hum se Wida Hai,’ as worshippers, with tearful eyes, bid farewell to the blessed month.

Throughout the country, millions will gather for Friday prayers, offering supplications for the advancement and prosperity of Pakistan, as well as the unity of Muslims globally.

Religious leaders and Imams will expound upon the significance of fasting during the month of Ramazan and the importance of ‘Juma-tul-Wida’ in their sermons.

In the federal capital, Islamabad, the grandest congregation for ‘Juma-tul-Wida’ will take place at Faisal Mosque. Stringent security measures have been implemented across various mosques to ensure the safety and security of worshippers and prevent any untoward incidents.