Festivals in Lakshadweep | Lakshadweep Festivals
Festivals in Lakshadweep
Lakshadweep Festivals is a heavenly retreat for one's own self.
It offers everything to relax and rejuvenate.
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an idyllic archipelago of 36 coral islands and smallest
union territory of India.
Situated in the Arabian Sea,
it includes twelve coral atolls, three coral reefs,
five banks, and numerous isles that lie 200 to 300 km
off of the coast of Kerala.
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Of the 36 islands only 10
are inhabited. Amongst the important islands of Lakshadweep.
Kavaratti (where the capital city, Kavaratti, is located),
Agatti, Minicoy, and Amini deserve special mentioning.
And it is recommended that when you are on a trip to
Lakshadweep Bangaram, Agatti and Kavaratti are the places
which must be visited.
However, it can be said that
apart from visiting various places here, you can also
bask in colorful South India Festivals in Lakshadweep.
Majority of the people are Muslims in Lakshadweep.
So almost all the Muslim festivals like; Id-ul-fitr,
Bakrid, Milad-Ul-Nabi and Muharram are celebrated with
great gusto here.
Id-ul-fitr - popularly known as the Festivals
in South India
of the breaking of the fast, Id-ul-fitr or Eid-ul-Fitr
is observed as soon as the new moon is sighted at the
end of Ramadan or month of fasting.
It is a festive
occasion. On this day special food and delicacies are
made and distributed to neighbors and friends.
Bakrid - it is a festival of sacrifice. This
South India Festivals is observed to pay homage to Prophet Ibrahim's
readiness to sacrifice his son for God's sake.
auspicious day special prayers are recited by thousands
of Muslims for peace and prosperity. Not only this,
it is a festival that marks the completion of pilgrimage
Milad-Ul-Nabi - On this day Muslim communities
throughout India celebrate the birthday of Prophet Muhammad.
They take part in religious services and prepare delicious
food and delicacies for the day.
Muharram - Muharram is not about festive celebration.
On this day people mourn the Karbala tragedy when Imam
Husain, grandson of Prophet Muhammad, was martyred.
To observe this day of mourning, luxuriously decorated
taziyas which are the replicas of martyr's tomb are
carried through city streets. People beat their chests
and lament over the murder of Imam Husain.
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