Taj Mahal is known all over the world for its singular beauty and as a symbol of ardent love. But, the third aspect of its celestial revelatory panorama remains mostly obscure from the public cognizance.   2. On the gigantic double arches in all four sides of the Taj facade,Read More →

Delhi: Following a sharp dip in temperature, Indian Muslim Relief & Charities (IMRC) and its implementation partner Sahayata Trust in Hyderabad have distributed blankets among 5400 families and distributed warm clothes among 1000 individuals across various cities and villages in different states of India. In north Indian state Uttar Pradesh,Read More →

An Arkansas man started the year off on the right foot after officials from a mosque he’d vandalized in October 2016 decided to pay off his fines. Abraham Davis, the culprit in the incident, spray-painted swastikas and tagged the words “go home” on the front of the Masjid Al SalamRead More →

Umrah is highly recommended in Islam and can be performed at any time during the year, except for the five days of Hajj. This pilgrimage is not compulsory for every Muslim as compared to Hajj, which is an obligation and one of the five pillars of Islam. However, one UmrahRead More →

Shiva could be a Hindu God. he’s the Supreme Being among Shaivism. The Lord Shiva idol has many guises and also the most acquainted ones area unit the Shiva Nataraja World Health Organization is that the well-known Lord of the Dance. The Shiva Nataraja could be a terribly popularly seenRead More →

By Narim Rostam Despite Iraqi Kurdistan being less conservative, it is still difficult for couples there to marry if their partners are of a different ethnicity or religion. That’s even though it is happening more often. In the semi-autonomous region of Iraqi Kurdistan, it remains very difficult for couples toRead More →

Topkapi Palace Museum Paul Braterman, University of Glasgow Translations can change the course of civilisations. Caliph al-Mansour’s translation project, begun in the eighth century and accelerated under his grandson Harun al-Rashid, made available in Arabic scholarly writings from Greek, Aramaic, Persian and Indian sources, and laid the foundation for theRead More →