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Selamat Hari Raya Aidilfitri

Happy Eid Mubarak to all Muslims 🎆🎇🎉✨ May this years trials and tribulations become foundations of a better tomorrow. Thank you for praying for us this whole holy month of Ramadhan . Have a blessed Eid. People visit their relatives, host parties also known as iftaar, hug their loved ones, and give greetings on this day. However, due to the coronavirus outbreak this year the festivities are going to a little different with the lockdown and social distancing in place. Hope everyone is celebrating responsibly with their families and staying safe. We will celebrate together again soon #peace.

Nuzul Al-Quran

The entire month of Ramadan is an occasion for month-long fasting, prayer, mosque attendance, and reading of Quranic Suras (chapters) and Ayat (verses). Muslims do not claim to know the exact day on which Muhammad first began receiving revelations from Allah through the angel Jibrail, but many Sunni Muslims observe Nuzul Al-Quran on the 27th of Ramadan. However, in Malaysia, it is kept on the 17th of Ramadan. Nuzul Al-Quran is only a public holiday in areas of Malaysia with large Muslim populations, which includes most states but excludes east Malaysia and a few areas in west Malaysia as well. The Prophet Muhammad is said to have been visited by the angel Jibrail while meditating in a small cave on Mount Hira’, just outside of Mecca. He isolated himself in the cave to escape from the evil doings of the people. He is said to have been appointed the “last prophet of Allah” and to have received daily revelations for 23 years until his death. Many Muslims and western tourists v

Happy Mother's Day

Happy Mother’s Day to all moms, everywhere, for everything you do!🌸🌹 Today is her day. She, who doesn't sleep until you're home, even when the sun is already rising.  She, who turns a simple cold into a third world war, who tells you to clean your room because she's not your maid, but when you return home everything is tidy and in its place.  She, who won't let you leave home until you finish your breakfast. Who tells you, "You're not everyone." when you compare yourself to other people. Today is her day, the person who used to tell me to always take a coat with me because it might get cold later.  The person who taught me to see the good side of bad things, because it's easier to face life when you see the glass half full. Today is her day.  She was by my side in all situations, telling me what I needed to hear even when it's not what I want to hear.  She held me so that I could keep standing when my knees hurt and I coul

Wesak Day

Malaysia Vesak Day is a festival celebrated by Buddhists all across the world, especially in Malaysia. The celebration is also known as Vesak that comes from the name of a month in the Indian calendar. The day is also referred to as Buddha’s Birthday, Buddha Day or Buddha Purnima. It is one of the most important festivals in the Buddhist calendar and is celebrated with complete respect and devotion. Vesak Day 2020 Malaysia will also witness all the rituals and preparations for the day to be started weeks ago and to be followed particularly.

Ramadhan Kareem 2020 in Most of Islamic World Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

Ramadan Kareem 2020 is a 9th month on the Muslims calendar, which is known as Fasting month also, which is the known to be one of the important parts of 5 pillars of Islam. To all Muslims, may this Ramadan bring lots of happiness, prosperity, and togetherness for you and your family. Furthermore, fasting also teaches tolerance and patience in yourself. And not just this but fasting also teaches to stay away from any of the sinful emotions including anger.  Due to the virus outbreak - which has infected nearly 2,700,000 persons so far across the globe and claimed over 188,000 lives - several countries are under a state of lockdown. The Islamic nations are no exception, with almost all Muslim-majority nations announcing a closure on mosques, shrines and other holy places.  Saudi Arabia, where the two holiest sites of Islam - Kaaba in Makkah and Masjid-e-Nabvi (Prophet's Mosque) in Madinah - is also under a heightened state of shutdown due to the threat posed by coronavirus.


Salam Nisfu Sya’ban 1441H/ 8 April 2020M. Alhamdulillah, praise and thanks to Allah for the countless blessings He has blessed us all with. Blessings and salutations to the Prophet Muhammad PBUH, his wives, his family, companions and all those that follow his teachings to the day of judgement. The month of Sya’ban is one of the honoured months in syarak. The Messenger PBUH increases his worships in this month and it is sunnah for us to increase our good deeds and worships as stated in a sahih hadith. Furthermore, there are several hadiths which explain the advantages of the night of nisfu Sya’ban. The related hadiths regarding the advantages of the night of nisfu Sya’ban are narrated from the Prophet PBUH through several paths of the narration. Among the paths are from Abu Musa al-Asy’ari RA, Aisyah RA, Abu Tha’labah RA, Abdullah bin Amr RA, Mu’az bin Jabal RA, Abu Hurairah RA and Abu Bakar RA. Matan Hadith Here, we present several matan hadiths related to the adva

Israk Mikraj

The story of Prophet Muhammad's journey from the City of Mecca to Al-Aqsa Mosque. The events of Israk and the Mikraj of His Prophet Muhammad were a great test of Allah SWT for His servants. It is so unique that it overcomes the thinking of ordinary humans. This is because the distance is approximately 1,250 kilometers. It is as if the words of Saidina Abu Bakr RA's great confession on the morning of Prophet Muhammad came to earth after he was taken down from the Mikraj. Abu Jahal joked to Saidina Abu Bakr RA, "Do you believe that while traveling normally takes months, this is your best friend to say Israk and Mikraj in just one night?". Then with full confidence, Saidina Abu Bakr answered firmly, In the sense, "If Muhammad had said so, I would have believed, even if it went beyond that." In the expression of the Prophet's words, Saidina Abu Bakr was given the title of As-Siddiq. Allah Almighty shows His power by bringing great distan

How to be productive during school holidays?

School Holiday 2020 is now starting, which makes it a perfect opportunity to spend with family members and friends. Today's entry will be based on productivity over the school holidays, like schools, have just begun the break. School holidays are not a time when you feel like being productive. Honestly, in the holidays, all you want to do is binge Netflix shows all day, every day. But after a few weeks of doing next to nothing, you feel bad. And I mean really bad. Like, you've just wasted a few weeks of your life doing nothing. If this has been you the last few school holidays, don't stress! I, and many other people, have done this. So, how do you overcome this urge to do absolutely nothing? Grab your blanket, mug of tea and read on! Alright, let's get started! 1.   Interesting Places to Visit Anyways, you can plan a school holiday vacation with your family or visit interesting places in Malaysia. You guys can check out this website for  15 Places to take your

International Women's Day

International Women's Day (March 8) is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women for more than 100 years. Today is the day that when we emphasize the existence of women in this world. Today is the right day to tell you that you are beautiful, strong and unique. Today is the right day to tell you that you are special and there's no other person in this world like you. Appreciate yourself! Respect other women because we are all sisters. Sisters - but each of us with different roles in this world, with different gifts. We are smart. We are beautiful in every possible way. We give birth. We are mothers. We are wives. We are girlfriends. We are daughters. We are sisters. We are aunts. We bleed every month. We ignore the pain. We take care of everything. We are strong. We are brave. We work. We teach. We love. We can do everything. We run the world. Every day is ours. The 8th

Valentine's Day

Every year on 14th February, people exchanges messages, cards gives flowers, chocolates and treat their partner/special one on special date or any nice vacations on Saint Valentine's Day as known as Valentine's Day. If you're looking for ideas what to give for your special one, feel free to check out our websites. There are a lot of promotions on going in this special day. You don't need to break the bank and buy expensive things for that special partner. Just browse through our website Cartoola  for more promotions happenings.  Check out on Pandora Valentines Gift Set Promotion for your lady. You can receive a FREE necklace and earrings set when you spend RM788, only from 31st January 2020 till 16th February 2020 . For more details, you can click the image below.  Other than that, you can join Valentine Spend & Win Contest stand a chance to win 3 days 2 nights (3D2N) Romantic Staycation at Luxury Pangkor Laut Resort for 2 pax. Click the image below


Thaipusam (sometimes also spelled as it is pronounced, "Thaipoosam") is a frenetic festival celebrated by Hindu Tamils to honor Lord Murugan — the Hindu god of war and a son of Shiva. The word Thaipusam is a combination of the month,  Thai  and the name of a star,  Pusam . Thaipusam is the largest and most significant Hindu public display in Malaysia as the celebration is all about faith, endurance and penance. During Thaipusam, Lord Murugan is showered with gratitude and gifts of devotion for prayers answered. Thaipusam is a time for Hindus of all castes and cultures to say thank you and show their appreciation to one of their Gods.  tripsavvy When we talk about Thaipusam in Malaysia, what comes in our mind is the main attractive places to celebrate this festival is in Batu Caves and also in Penang also carrying "paal kudam" which is milk pot on head. Devotees prepare themselves for the occasion by fasting and usually eating only one simple vegetarian or fruits

Chap Goh Meh: In the Mood for Love!

Young lady out there are you hoping to find Mr Right by throwing mandarin oranges into the nearest river or lake during the Chap Goh Meh celebration tomorrow night, aren't you excited? Well, you can try your luck tomorrow night, and don't forget to buy some oranges. Nowadays, the woman will write their names and openly give their phone number or email address on the oranges. There also orange-tossing and right timing from Feng shui master Jessie Lee's tips for this festival shown below: Jessie Lee also said that, "Feb 8 is a Snake Day, which clashes with the zodiac sign of the Pig. However, those who was born in the Year of the Pig can still toss oranges but it is better to ask someone else to toss them for him or her." She also mention the Rooster, Ox and Monkey are the lucky zodiac signs that would benefit from throwing oranges. During that events everyone will throws oranges in the lake or river after write their names on the oranges. It is be


What is Coronavirus? Coronaviruses are a group of viruses that cause diseases in mammals, including humans, and birds. In humans, the virus causes respiratory infections which are typically mild but, in rare cases, can be lethal. In cows and pigs they may cause diarrhea, while in chickens it can cause an upper respiratory disease.   Wikipedia World Health Organization known as WHO advice for public: Protect yourself and others from getting sick.  Practice food safety Shopping/Working in wet markets in China and Souteast Asia Stay healthy while travelling For more details and update about this virus you can check theirs webiste  WHO You also need to know about symptoms of Coronavirus. Do not afraid to go to the hospital if you have these symptoms. When it comes to our health, It is better to stop something bad from happening than it is to deal with it after it has happened.

Chinese New Year 2020

Chinese New Year is around the corner, did you fully prepare to celebrate it? Have you done your shopping  and stuffs - food, fashion and is your home ready? Come and visits  Cartoola  for more deals and promotions.      The Lunar New Year, also known as the Chinese New Year or the Spring Festival – falls on Saturday, Jan. 25 and will be followed by 15 days of celebrations marking the transition from the Year of the Pig to the Year of the Rat.      There's a lot of stuff you need to prepare for this upcoming CNY. You could explore our website   Cartoola  to explore on promotions and deals going during Chinese New Year. There are a lot sales is going on now, one of it is; Parkson Clearance Sale is happening at MyTOWN Shopping Centre from 27th December 2019 till 2nd February 2020 . You can click the images for the details of the party.      Other than that, you can redeem or collect Angpao Packets at Evolve Concept Mall. In other cultures, children receive gifts for