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PANJTAN CENTRE (IMAMBARGAH)
All daily prayers including Fajr are offered in Congregation (Jama't) according to following time schedule unless otherwise stated below for different days:
- 6am - Fajr Prayer followed by Dua-e-Ahad
- Awwal-e-Waqat - Zohrain Prayer
- Awwal-e-Waqat - Maghribain Prayer
â 6:30pm: Jashan e Wiladat of Imam Taqi (as)
â 7:30pm: Adult English Fiqh Class
â 6:30pm: Namaz-e-Maghribain, Shabe-e-Juma Ammal & Mehfil Wiladate Maulood e Kaaba Imam Ali (AS) - PSYG Father's Day
â 12:16pm: Juma Prayers led by Maulana Abul Qasim
â 5:30pm: Salate Maghribain & Majlis of Shahadat Sayyida Zainab (sa), also esale sawab for the barsi of Marhoom Nazar Abbas Rizvi (cousin of Br Hasan Masood and Br Hasan Javed)
â 6:00am: Fajar followed by Tafseer and Breakfast
â 10:45pm: Panjtan School - Week 13
â 12:17pm: Zohrain Salat and Amaal e Umme Dawood
Wiladat e Imam Taqi (as) MUBARAK
Imam Taqi (as) said: "Do know that you are not away from the sight of Allah , So see to it that in what condition you are living (sinfulness or piety) ." (TUHFUL AQOOL P-455)
Marching for Imam Hussain
Author : Zara Syed (Member of PSV Youth Community - Melbourne) - posted on 11 January 2012.
Processions (Juloos) in the holy months of Muharram and Safar have traditionally taken place in public by mourners of Imam Hussain (peace be upon him) for centuries. The aim of such processions is to carry on the public relations work which was started by Lady Zainab and the holy women in Karbala, and create awareness of Imam Hussain's sacrifice and his message.
Everyday Lessons from Karbala
Author : Madiha Zaidi - posted on 7 December 2011.
Islamic Insights - We've all heard the joke â or complaint, if you will â about Shias only practicing our beliefs for that one month of Muharram. Some even say it is only for 10 days that most Shias care to even dedicate ourselves to our religion â many will stop listening to music, many will not wear colors, some will even fast, the list can go on. Yet we have all heard: Every day is Ashura, every land is Karbala.
Karbala and Youth
Author : Jafar Hasan (Member of PSV Community - Melbourne) - posted on 2 December 2011.
"I have not come out to stir emotions, to play with oppression. I want to bring the Ummah back to the path of Amr-bil-Marouf & Nahi Anil Munkar. I want to lead them to the path of my Grandfather and my father Ali Ibne Abi Talib." â reads a letter from Imam Husain (peace be upon him) to his brother, Mohammad-e-Hanafiya, when the latter told him that the Makkans and other pilgrims were wondering why he was leaving just one day before the Hajj. The letter not only explained our Imamâs condition and position clearly but also showed us the way to lead a life fearlessly.