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GUWAHATI, June 5 - Id-ul-Fitr, the holy festival of the Muslims marking the month-long fasting of Ramzan, was celebrated with traditional gaiety and religious fervour across the State today. The city, too, had its fair share of the celebrations, with the devout thronging the mosques and idgahs in the morning hours for namaz (mass prayer). It was followed by exchange of greetings with one another.

The celebration which is synonymous with brotherhood, forgiveness, and solidarity, was also marked by social gatherings and family reunions, as well as donating for charity as per religious traditions.

While the central namaz was performed at the Machkhowa idgah, mosques and idgahs across city localities such as Lakhtokia, Fancy Bazaar, Paltan Bazar, Jalukbari, Maligaon, Ulubari, Panjabari, etc., witnessed large congregations of the faithful.

Community feasts marked the occasion at some places, where people from other communities too joined their Muslim brethren in celebrating the occasion.

The pleasant weather despite it being the month of June also added to the enthusiasm of the people who soaked themselves in the festive spirit. People of all ages dressed in their bright and best clothes thronged the mosques, idgahs and thoroughfares in various localities, creating a joyous ambience.

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Id-ul-Fitr celebrated

GUWAHATI, June 5 - Id-ul-Fitr, the holy festival of the Muslims marking the month-long fasting of Ramzan, was celebrated with traditional gaiety and religious fervour across the State today. The city, too, had its fair share of the celebrations, with the devout thronging the mosques and idgahs in the morning hours for namaz (mass prayer). It was followed by exchange of greetings with one another.

The celebration which is synonymous with brotherhood, forgiveness, and solidarity, was also marked by social gatherings and family reunions, as well as donating for charity as per religious traditions.

While the central namaz was performed at the Machkhowa idgah, mosques and idgahs across city localities such as Lakhtokia, Fancy Bazaar, Paltan Bazar, Jalukbari, Maligaon, Ulubari, Panjabari, etc., witnessed large congregations of the faithful.

Community feasts marked the occasion at some places, where people from other communities too joined their Muslim brethren in celebrating the occasion.

The pleasant weather despite it being the month of June also added to the enthusiasm of the people who soaked themselves in the festive spirit. People of all ages dressed in their bright and best clothes thronged the mosques, idgahs and thoroughfares in various localities, creating a joyous ambience.

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