For the final 4 centuries, the mosque has been witnessing Eid celebrations, and, solely throughout the Spanish influenza and cholera outbreak, did the historic construction put on a abandoned look, similar to it does immediately.
Charminar wears a abandoned look forward of Eid pageant in wake of the nationwide lockdown. (Photograph: PTI)
The historic Charminar and Mecca Masjid of Hyderabad wore a abandoned look on the final Friday of Ramzan because of the ongoing coronavirus lockdown. The Charminar space is marked as a purple zone.
The congregational of Juma-tul-Vida prayers on Friday was held with a small gathering on the Jama Masjid because of the coronavirus induced lockdown.
Hyderabad Metropolis Police chief Anjini Kumar and his males camped at Charminar and the outdated metropolis space guaranteeing the lockdown enforcement. The numerous ‘Jagne ki rat’ or ‘Shab-i-Qadr’ additionally witnessed a relaxed evening with folks protecting themselves locked inside their homes and following rituals at residence.
Charminar was the primary mosque after town was based in 1591 CE. Seven years later, Jama Masjid, the primary congregational mosque was constructed, whereas, the Mecca Masjid joined these two in 1694.
Historians say that for the final 4 centuries, these three iconic buildings have been witnessing Eid celebrations, and, solely throughout the Spanish influenza and cholera outbreak, did the historic buildings put on a abandoned look, similar to they do immediately.
In the meantime, prime metropolis clerics have requested the Muslim group to watch Eid of their residence and comply with authorities pointers.