6/26/2012

அன்பான வாசகர்களே


அன்பான வாசகர்களே நமது வலைத்தளத்தில் உலாவந்து இரு உலகிலும் வெற்றி பெற ஏகத்துவ சிந்தனையுடன் இறை வேதத்தையும் பெருமானாரின் பொன்மொழிகளையும் கற்க வந்து படித்துச் செல்லும் உங்கள் அனைவருக்கும் நன்றிகள் ! வாழ்த்துக்கள்!! நமது வலைத்தளத்தில் வாசகர்களின் வருகை பத்தாயிரத்தை தொட இருக்கிறது என்பதில் மிக்க சந்தோசம்.. அல்ஹம்துலில்லாஹ்.

6/18/2012




Ar- Rahman School


The teacher enriching programme was held at our school on 18/06/2012.
Madam Geetha R.shesan (The english scholar) was conducted the programme.

The Salient features of this programme
1> using technology in teaching english
2> promoting students vocabulary through c.d.
3) Interacting with students through video etc..


'Active Teach Images' is one of the comprehensive course in english. Very few schools in tamilnadu implementing the course book. Ar- Rahman School is one among them in 8 schools in tamilnadu.

6/15/2012

80-year-old mosque in the heart of communist stronghold



Ho Chi Minh City: A nearly 80-year-old mosque lies in the heart of this communist stronghold. Its minarets stand next to the tall, modern buildings. “Masjid Al Moslemeen”, which means “The Mosque of Moslems”, narrates part of the history of the neighbourhood and the life of the minority Muslims in the predominately Buddhist and socialist state. There are nearly 80,000 muslims in Vietnam, a country of 90 million people.
Completed in 1935, the mosque was “built by Indian traders who had shops in the area,” said Mohammad Ameen, a worker in the printing ink industry, pointing to the plot of land which is now has a five-star hotel built on, on Dong Du Street. Several classy hotels have opened in the area. Ameen, who was visiting his friends at the mosque, the imam and the muezzin (the one who calls to prayer), told Gulf News in fluent English that the cost of building the religious place was estimated at 10.5 million dong (Dh1,843 or almost $500). “No, it is not the only masjid in Ho Chi Minh City,” explained the Imam, Mohammad Bin Omar Ali. It is one of the 15 masjid’s in the lively economic city. However, it is the biggest, he said through Ameen’s translation.

Worshippers Inside the masjid compound, there is a large rectangular pool for people to use the water for ablution. The Masjid holds up to 350 worshippers. In total, there are nearly 50 masjids in Vietnam. “During Salat Al Eid [Eid prayers], the masjid is full,” explained Ameen. “Many people come here for the prayers,” he added. Today, the masjid is self-financed, said Imam Ali. Electricity and water bills, as well as the salaries of the “employees”, including that of the imam, are paid with donations dropped into a box in the masjid, said Imam Ali, who is in his early thirties. The imam himself, said the Muezzin Ahmad Bilal, was named “chairman” of the masjid to the former imam who passed away. Bilal didn’t specify the name of the chairman, who he said works as a teacher. Across from the masjid located in the commercial hub, are several restaurants including a Turkish, Malaysian and Indian, offering “Halal food”.

6/07/2012


அழகிய பள்ளிவாசல்

தர்ஹா வழிபாடு

எச்சரிக்கை

சமாதி வழிபாடு, கந்தூரி விழாக்கள் இவைகளுக்கு எதிராக நமதூரில் ஒட்டப்பட்டுள்ள போஸ்டர்கள்