Aug 31, 2020 13:58 Asia/Tehran [Updated: Aug 31, 2020 14:23 Asia/Tehran]
  • Sham-e Ghariban, a glimpse of Muharram mourning rituals. Photo: Zahra Baghban
    Sham-e Ghariban, a glimpse of Muharram mourning rituals. Photo: Zahra Baghban

Isfahan (IP) - The night of Ashura in Iran also called Shaam-e Ghariban, meaning 'the night of oppressed', was held across Isfahan on Sunday night.

Iran PressIran News: In compliance with health protocols following the coronavirus outbreak, the event was held in commemoration survived children who were left alone after Ashura.

The ceremony is held for sympathy and shows the love of mourners towards the third Infallible Imam of Shias, Imam Hussein (PBUH), and his 72 loyal companions.

People lit candles in holy places and gatherings in every corner of the province.

In full compliance with health protocols to prevent the coronavirus infection, the People of Isfahan on Saturday and Sunday gathered around Naqsh-e Jahan Sq. and the open area of Imam Khomeini Mosque to mourn.  104/207

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