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Ijtema 2016 Dates and Districts List with Khitta Number

Ijtema 2016 in  Bangladesh will be divided in to two sessions for 32 districts. First part of Ijtema 2016 will start on Friday 8th January and ends on Sunday 10th January with 16 districts in participation. Second phase of Ijtema 2016  for 16 districts will start on Friday 15th January and ends on Sunday 17th January. Rest of the 32 district peoples can take part in Ijtema 2017, which will be also held in two phases, 16 districts each. All future Ijtema in Bangladesh will be held in this manner until further instructions.

Though foreigners are allowed to participate in each and every year of World Ijtema Congregation. Foreigners are also allowed to attend any part of two sessions of Ijtema each year.

Below you will find Ijtema 2016 start & end dates and districts wise list with Khitta/Pillar number.

 

Ijtema 2016 Bangladesh Start & End Dates

Ijtema 2016 Start Date End Date
Part 1: Ijtema 2016 Friday 08/01/2016 Sunday 10/01/2016
Part 2: Ijtema 2016 Friday 15/01/2016 Sunday 17/01/2016

 

Part 1: Ijtema 2016 Bangladesh Districts List with Khitta Number

Friday January 08 Sunday January 10, 2016

Districts of Ijtema 2016 Part 1 Khitta Number
 Dhaka 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7
 Sherpur  6
 Narayanganj  8, 11
 Nilphamari  9
 Shirajganj 10
 Natore 12
 Gaibandha 13
 Lakhipur 14, 15
 Sylhet 16, 17
 Chittagong 18, 19
 Narail 20
 Madaripur 21
 Vola 22, 23
 Magura 24
 Patuakhali 25
 Jhalkathi 26
 Panchagarh 27

 

Part 2: Ijtema 2016 Bangladesh Districts List with Khitta Number

Friday January 15 Sunday January 17, 2016

Districts of Ijtema 2016 Part 2
Khitta Number
 Jhinaidah 8
 Jamalpur 9, 11
 Faridpur 10
 Netrokona 12, 13
 Narsinghdi 14, 15
 Comolla 16, 18
 Kurigram 17
 Rajshahi 19, 20
 Feni 21
 Thakurgaon 22
 Sunamganj 23
 Bogra 24, 25
 Khulna 26, 27
 Chuadanga 28
 Pirojpur 29

 

Ijtema, also known as Bishwa Ijtema, is an annual Aalmi Ijtema held at Tongi, Bangladesh by the river Turag. It is the 3rd largest Muslim congregation in the world after the Arbaeen gathering in Kerbala, Iraq and Hajj. The event focuses on prayers and supplication and does not allow political discussion. The local police estimated the number of attendees of 2014 ijtema to be 5 million while in 2013 the number of attendees was 3 million.

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