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Dhaka, August 8: Tomorrow Tuesday (10th of Muharram) is the holy Ashura. The day of Karbala, a 'mourning and heartbreaking event', has special religious significance for the Muslim community. In addition to being a symbol of sacrifice and mourning, this day is celebrated with great importance in the Muslim world as a special holy day. Ashura will be observed tomorrow Tuesday in Bangladesh with appropriate religious dignity and solemnity through various programs and following the health rules prescribed by the government.
Dhaka, August 20: On a day the Covid-19 death toll across Bangladesh crossed 25,000, the Shia Muslims flouted coronavirus guidelines set by the government and took out the Tajia procession in Old Dhaka's Husseini Dalan to observe the holy Ashura.