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Dhaka, October 21: Thousands of Muslims have vowed to maintain inter-religious unity at a rally in Bangladesh on Wednesday on the occasion of Eid-e-Miladunnabi. At the same time, Eid-e-Miladunnabi of Muslims, Kojagari Lakshmi Puja of Hindus and Prabarana Purnima of Buddhists have been celebrated in the country. Religious festivals were celebrated a few days after the communal unrest.
Dhaka, October 20: Today, Wednesday (October 20) is the second religious festival of the Buddhist community, 'Shubha Pravarana Purnima' and 'Kathin Chibar Dan'. It is also known as 'Ashwini Purnima'. According to the Buddhists, on this auspicious full moon day, the great man Gautama Buddha descended to the Sankasya city of India after giving Abhidharma to the mother goddess in the heavens. He directed the monks to spread their religion in all directions for the happiness, peace and welfare of mankind. On the same day, his three-month rainy season came to an end.