Indian Muslim Association (IMA) Children Circle Conducts Kids Iftar Party

Sunday, March 31, 2024

In a heartwarming display of community spirit and youthful engagement, IMA Children Circle’s organized Kids Iftar Party held at the Indian School of Excellence on Friday, 22nd March 2024 proved to be a resounding success. Event witnessed enthusiastic participation from young attendees, marking a memorable evening of spiritual enrichment and fellowship.

Proceedings commenced with a soulful Tilawat-e-Quran by Umaima Hashmi, setting a reverent tone for the gathering. Brother Rafi introduced the Children's Circle, fostering interaction and knowledge-sharing among the youth. Brother Jawwad eloquently emphasized the significance of Ramadan, while Brother Osaib's quiz session added an enjoyable and educational dimension. Brother Waasif Hashmi enlightened us on the virtues of seeking forgiveness through Astaghfar, deepening our spiritual understanding.

The event culminated in a joyous Iftar and communal prayers, followed by a delightful dinner, further strengthening bonds of community and camaraderie.

We extend our heartfelt gratitude to all who contributed, with special thanks to Janab Samoil Falahi for his inspiring closing remarks. Immense appreciation is also extended to Janab Amer, Janab Shoeb Khan, Janab Ahmed Ali and the ladies' wing for their invaluable support.

As we conclude, we pray for the acceptance of our efforts by Allah Almighty and seek His abundant blessings upon us all. Ameen.

IMA Kuwait extends its gratitude to the Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs, Kuwait, for its patronage and constant support in organizing such impactful events and programs.

IMA Kuwait, an Indian socio-religious organization, operates under the patronage of the Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs Kuwait. It focuses on providing a platform for the spiritual and social enhancement of expatriates living in Kuwait through various programs and social gatherings. It looks forward to organizing more beneficial programs in the future, catering to the needs of the expatriate community, especially the Indian diaspora.


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