About Hussain Day

We are striving to propagate love and peace in the society at large. This can be achieved by mutual trust and respect towards other faiths. Being tolerant , understanding , kind with chiefessays.net good values are the qualities we have to inculcate.

We draw inspiration from Imam Hussain (AS) the grandson of Prophet Mohammed (P.B.U.H) who possesses more than all the qualities which were on display on the 10th day of moharram 680 A.D. in Karbala.
He made the ultimate sacrifice for social justice , truth and dignity in the face of corruption and tyranny exhibited by the ruler Yazid.

Imam Hussain (AS) stood by his principles till the very end and his legacy continues to inspire millions around the world from then and will continue till the humanity lives.

Each year we organize the Hussain day convention bringing leaders from all faiths irrespective of caste , creed or demonstrative speech color on one platform to spread the message of Imam Hussain (AS) which is universal without any barriers of religion. A call
for brotherhood of mankind . Universal Peace and Harmony.

Events of Karbala

The events of Karbala are not to be simply confined to the pages of history, they are not just a historical record to be argued over, debated and discussed. They are infact the most incomparable, painful, tragic killing of any human being ever. The events of Karbala were foretold by many Prophets. Karbala was the place where Imam Husain (A.S.) the third infallible Imam give up his life in order to challenge the corrupt ruler of his time Yazid Ibn Muawiya and stood up, to stop him from changing and corrupting Islam. Had it not been for his sacrifice, Islam would have been changed beyond recognition. This is why Karbala is so important and relevant today. There would be no Prayers, no Fasting, no Shariah, had it not been for Imam Husain’s (A.S.) sacrifice.

Imam Husain(A.S.) Grandson of Prophet Mohammad (P.B.H.U.) was a 6th century revolutionary leader who made the ultimate sacrifice for the cause of social justice in face of corruption and tyranny. In the face of adversity he stood alone along with his 72 companions. He died to bring down a despot and his cruel regime. Husain’s stand is an example of how every one of us can inspire hope in a world of desperation and despair regardless of colour creed or religion.

In a world plagued with increasing inequality and social injustice it is easy to give up, but,    “There is still hope”.

This is what the Martyrdom of Imam Husain (A.S.) has taught us.