Karbala (IP) - Bain-ul-Haramain is full of Imam Hussain(PBUH) pilgrims, the third Shia Imam, on the eve of the Shabaniyah holidays.

Iran PressMiddle East: Shabaniyah holidays or eves are the religious celebrations of the birthday of the Shiite third Imam, Hussein ibn Ali, and Imam Mohammed al-Mahdi, the Savior on the 3rd and 15th day of Shabban month respectively.

During this holiday Shiites from around the world make a pilgrimage gathering in Bain-ul-Haramain in the holy city of Karbala.

Bain al-Haramayn, or Bain-ul Haramain, is the area between the Imam Husayn Shrine and al-Abbas Shrine, which is a distance of 378 meters. 

Pilgrims from many different countries, including Iran, are in the holy shrine these days to attend the celebration of Imam Hussain's birthday.

People from different walks of life and lovers and followers of Ahl al-Bayt sing poems in different languages, including Arabic and Persian, each with a special symbol.

Bain-ul Haramain and the Holy Shrine of Imam Hussain and the Holy Shrine of Hazrat Abbas in Karbala have been decorated and illuminated.

Photos and Video by: Morteza Salehi


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