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Creating this category after getting irritated to find every answer revolving around long paragraphs and thesis while the core answers are just the mere simple answers. Who grabs all the garbage!

Eid al Adha

Eid Al Adha

Eid Al Adha – All you need to know The date of the festival of Eid al-Adha is 10th day of Dhu al-Hijjah (12th month of Islamic Calendar). It is also called as Eid al-Zuha or Greater Eid or Bakra Eid (Festival of sacrifice.) What is Eid al-Adha? Eid al–Adha is an Islamic festival to commemorate …

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Friendships Day

Friendships Day

Firstly, Happy Friendships Day to all the readers. Although there are already a lot of articles and details about this, but while going through the details I found a lot of different stories about the start of this day and it celebration. As for records they might be all sayings only, anyway just pointing down …

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Doctors Day

For Whom is Doctors Day recognized: Doctor’s day is an occasion marked to pay tribute to the physicians and their contributions to society. Not just the doctors, the day is also meant to commemorate the medical industry and its advancements, most noteworthy – nurses, wardens, technicians, assistants. Though if we talk about today, there are …

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father's day

Father’s Day

“The Real Super Hero of every Child’s Life with the real super powers vested by nature.” – Azum He is our Super Man, Bats Man, Spider Man, Phantom, Captain Planet, and the First Man of your real life. Father’s Day was first celebrated on June 19, 2010.Father’s Day was founded in Spokane, Washington at the …

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eid al fitr

Eid Al-Fitr

Eid Al-Fitr Date of Festival is 1st Shawwal (10th month of Islamic Calender) Islamic celebration of End of Fasting month Ramadan (9th month of Islamic Calender) The name “Eid Al-fitr” is a literal translation of the festival itself meaning “festival of breaking fast” Also known as “Lesser Eid” while the other is “Eid Al-Adha” which …

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