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Alongside the spiritual journey to Makkah-the Hajj, Muslims have immense festivities on Eid-ul-Adha. From the holy pilgrimage to sacrificing animals, parties to celebrations, shopping to charity- the holy festival of Eid-ul-Adha endows eternal pleasures to all Muslims around the globe and so as the committed team of Fashion Central which has concocted various fun filled ideas for your family and guests together with wishing you a blessed Eid-e-Qurban.

On the occasion of this Eid-ul-Adha, Fashion Central brings heartiest wishes for all its fans and readers. Have a blessed and peaceful Eid-e-Qurban and wonderful days ahead. But hold on guys… here come some truly marry making ideas for you as well that you can practice while enjoying this meaty Eid. Continue reading…

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On 27th July, ‘Sadia Designer Collection’ by Atif Yahya Launched their label in Karachi with Ayesha Umer and Anoshay Ashraf as brand Ambassador. This exhibition took place at Imperial Clifton for 2 days and was attended by Mishi Khan, Angie Marshell, MunnaMushtaq, Sarwat Gillani, Kokab Ansari, Shaheen Saeed, & Nazneen Tariq along with other socialites and families from all walks of life.

Entire exhibition was tastefully decorated with mannequins’ wearing the same attire as printed on Ayesha Omer & Anoushey Ashraf’s 15 design posters inside exhibition area.  Availability of spacious hall & ambience on corner made visitors amazed .Helpers from textile colleges guiding visitors properly about clothes and philosophy behind design.
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Maheen Karim is a graduate of the prestigious Central Saint Martins College of Art and Design. After working with globally acclaimed fashion houses in the west Maheen returned to Pakistan to start her own label in spring 2006.

Maheen Karim is going to Exhibit her Eid Collection at: Continue reading…

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In Pakistan Bakr-Eid is an event to give and to sacrifice. It is a day to thank the God Almighty for one’s good fortune and to share it with the less fortunate people of Pakistan.

Eid-ul-Azha, translates as ‘the feast of sacrifice’. In Pakistan, Bakr-Eid is marked by the slaughter of animals as sacrificial offerings, after which the meat is distributed among the needy and underprivileged people of Pakistan. Continue reading…

Comments (0) Posted by Zara Omer on Thursday, November 18th, 2010
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Eid in Pakistan is a colorful occasion. Festivities of Eid in Pakistan are focused on large variety of food. In addition Eid in Pakistan is about dressing up and looking trendy. The week off that is given is the best part of Eid in Pakistan. Eid in Pakistan is observed with religious fervor. Animal sacrifice is part of this Eid in Pakistan as it is a religious requirement of this Eid. Eid in Pakistan this time around is all about animal sacrifice. Goats, sheep, cow, even camels; there are a lot of animals to choose from for animal sacrifice this Eid in Pakistan. However due to economic recession ratio of animal sacrifice on Eid in Pakistan has taken a downward trend.

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Comments (0) Posted by Zara Omer on Wednesday, November 17th, 2010
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Muslims around the world celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr with religious zeal and festivity. It occurs at the end of Ramadan, the holy month of fasting and spiritual cleansing.

Eid al-Fitr falls on the first day of Shawwal, the month which follows Ramadan in the Islamic calendar. It is a time to give in charity to those in need, and celebrate with family and friends the completion of a month of blessings and joy.

Before the day of Eid, during the last few days of Ramadan, each Muslim family gives a determined amount known as fitrana as a donation to the poor.

On the day of Eid al-Fitr, Muslims gather early in the morning in outdoor locations or mosques to perform the Eid prayer. This consists of a sermon followed by a short congregational prayer. Continue reading…

Comments (0) Posted by Mishal on Saturday, September 11th, 2010
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Chand Raat, night of the silvery moon, is the most anticipated festival for all the Muslims. It is a festival celebrated with traditional festivity and cultural fervor for sighting new moon that marks the end of Holy Ramadan and start of Eid-ul-fitr.

Every year Muslims around the world celebrate Chand Raat in their own style but it has its own distinctiveness in the streets of Pakistan that makes it etched in your mind. On Chand Raat you can observe a festive look on all the streets of Pakistan that usually begin to fill as the night steps forward. Celebrations of Chand Raat started after breaking the last fast. People mostly gathered at each other’s home to wish each other and celebrate this festival. Women and girls decorate their hands with bangles and Mehndi and prepare sweets and food for the next day of Eid. Jewellery, dresses, colourful bangles and Mehndi are special items of Chand Raat that lit the markets with beauty and vibrant colours. Continue reading…

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