Bishwa Ijtema in Bangladesh 2014

Bishwa Ijtema is the 2nd biggest Tablig Jamat gathering and Islamic movement of Muslim in the world after Hajj held annually. Bishwa Ijtema held every year in Bangladesh. Muslim from all over the world gathers on this day at Tangi, near Turag River in Dhaka Bangladesh to observe this day.

When is the Bishwa Ijtema in Bangladesh 2014?

Bishwa Ijtema 2014 will be celebrated on Friday, 10th January of 2014.

Why Biswa Ijtema is Important?

Bishwa Ijtema is important for Muslims of all over the world. It has especial importance for religious gathering of Muslim community of the world. Bishwa Ijtema holds great significance as this day concentrated only on meditation and prayer. Political discussions are not allowed at all in this unique event. This is the place where Muslims of different countries can interact with one another, can study and discuss on Quran.

How Bishwa Ijtema is observed in Bangladesh?

Bishwa Ijtema is 3 days long event observed by the Muslims community of Bangladesh as well as all over the world. More than 25 thousand Muslims attend every year in Bishwa Ijtema. Bishwa Ijtema is celebrated by giving sermons on tablig and by praying. On this day people wish for the wellbeing of Muslim community.

President, Prime Minister and Opposition Leader gives separate massages on this day. They also like to attend in Bishwa Ijtema especially on Akheri Munazat (Last Prayer). Special security is arranged by the Government of Bangladesh with CCTV cameras to observe the day smoothly.

Summary:

Bishwa Ijtema is an Islamic gathering festival held in the Bangladesh every year. Muslims of all over the country join and observe this annual festival. Bishwa Ijtema holds really great significance in Bangladesh as well as other Muslim countries of the world.