10 Lines on Muharram

Muharram is the first month of Islamic Calendar. It is one out of four sacred months of the year in which fighting and warfare are not allowed. As the Islamic calendar is the lunar calendar, dates of Muharram vary from year to year in the Gregorian calendar.

The tenth day of Muharram is known as the day of ‘Ashura’ which includes part of the mourning of Muharram in Shia community and the day of fasting for the Sunni community of Muslim.

On the eve of Muharram, Shia people mourn the death of Hussain ibn-Ali and his family and Sunni Muslim celebrate the victory of Moses over the pharaohs of Egypt.

An representation of Imam Hussain's tomb called 'Tazia' is carried out in the procession on the day.

Ten Lines on Muharram in English

We have provided ten lines on Muharram in English for class 3, class 4, class 5 and class 6. After reading these lines you will know as what is Muharram, after which month Muharram is considered holiest, what is forbidden during Muharram, what the tenth day is called, what Shia and Sunni people do on Ashura, who was martyred in the battle of Karbala etc.

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10 Lines on Muharram – Set 1

1) Muharram is the first and one of the four sacred months of the Islamic calendar.

2) It is considered as the second holiest month after the month of Ramadan.

3) Muharram is so much sacred in Islam that fighting and warfare are forbidden.

4) Tenth day of Muharram is very important which is known as the day of ‘Ashura’.

5) On Ashura, the Shia Muslims mourn whereas Sunni Muslims observe fast.

6) According to Shia Muslims, Imam Hussain was the grandson of Prophet Mohammad.

7) He was martyred with his family and followers in the battle of Karbala.

8) The festival in the month of Muharram indicates the beginning of Islamic New Year.

9) The festival of Muharram is celebrated by both Shia and Sunni Muslims in the world.

10) Processions are carried out on the streets to remember the martyrdom of Imam Hussain.

We have provided another set of ten points on Muharram for class 9, class 10, class 11 and class 12. After going through these points, you will find as which is the first month of Islamic calendar, what is the meaning of the word Muharram, who was Imam Hussain, how Muharram is celebrated, what people do on Muharram, what activities people do in Muharram procession etc.

You can use these lines in your speeches and extempore in the school competitions. These lines will also increase your knowledge on Muharram and it will also be very useful in your seminars as well as in your GK quiz competitions.

10 Lines on Muharram – Set 2

1) Muharram is the first month of the Islamic calendar and is considered as one of the sacred months out of four according to the Muslims across the world.

2) The tenth day in the month of Muharram is the day which is most significant among the Muslims and is celebrated with huge enthusiasm and fervour.

3) The English meaning of Muharram, comes out from ‘haram’ i.e. ‘forbidden’ and it is celebrated in the first month of the Islamic lunar calendar.

4) On tenth day of Muharram, Shia mourns the martyrdom of Imam Hussain and Sunni celebrate the victory of Moses over pharaohs.

5) As per Shia Muslims, Imam Hussain was a prominent figure who refused to accept rules of Yazid and was martyred along with his family.

6) As per Sunni Muslims, Moses was the religious Islamic leader who was spreading the teachings of Islam and he got victory over Pharaohs on 10th day of Muharram.

7) Shia observes this day with fast and Sunni also observe fast for an extra day.

8) Muharram is celebrated as a gazetted holiday all over India and people gather in large groups to offer prayers in the mosque.

9) The festival is of great significance as its first 10 days are celebrated by the Shia people to honour the martyrdom of Hazrat Imam Hussain.

10) Shia people express their sorrow in the Muharram processions by thumping their chest to remember Imam Hussain.

Muharram is celebrated all over the world by both Shia and Sunni communities. In the countries where majority is Muslim population, a holiday declared. People gather in large number inside the mosque for the prayers and from there huge processions are carried out on the streets. A symbolic piece decorated with various crafts known as ‘Tazia’ is displayed in the procession.

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