Bhopal: The three-day 65th Aalmi Tablighi Ijtema (International Islamic Congregation) ended in Bhopal at Eitkheri on Monday with a grand 'Dua' (prayer) for the well-being of the community, peace and prosperity of the nation and harmony across the world.
The 'Dua' was delivered by Hazrat Maulana Zubair-ul-Hasan (Hazratji) of Nizamuddin Markaz, New Delhi.  He also prayed particularly for those suffering from various ailments and urged almighty to show the humanity, the path of Prophet Mohammad.
The Ijtema Committee spokesman, Atique-ul-Islam said that during the three-day Ijtema, world famous Islamic scholars like Maulana Zubair-ul-Hasan, Maulana Saad-ul-Hasan, Maulana Ahmad Laat, Mualana Mustaqeem, Maulana Ismail, Maulana Shreef (Barabanki), Maulana Chiraghuddin (Jaipur), Maulana Shaukat Ali and others delivered sermons on the life and practices of Prophet Mohammad and Islamic Shariat (law).
They urged devotees to improve their lifestyles adopting the path shown by Prophet Mohammad the teaching of holy Quraan and Islamic Shariat which provides total life style.
Maulana Zubair-ul-Hasan (Hazrat Ji) said that Islam preaches to maintain good relations with the neighbours without seeing their caste, creed and religion adding that neighbours come first and then relatives.
He said these doctrines should be put to practice in real life and this was the best way to remove hatred from the world. Like every year, about 381 mass marriages (nikahs) were also solemnised by Hazrat Maulana Zubair-ul-Hasan (Hazrat Ji) during the Ijtema.
Around 10 lakh people from all over the country and delegates from more than 25 countries, including Russia, Malaysia, Indonesia, Tajikistan, France, Morocco, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Iran, Iraq, UAE, Ethiopia and South Africa participated in the Ijtema, the biggest in a non-Muslim country.
Atique said Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan on Sunday visited Ijtema site and met the religious heads including Zubair-ul-Hasan (Hazrat ji) and others and urged them to make the minority youths aware about government's various schemes.


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