Eid Al-Adha, or Bakrid, is a festival celebrated all over the world. It is also known as the Feast of Sacrifice, as the festival has been connected with the event of sacrificing Prophet Ibrahim’s son Ishmail as commanded by God in his dream vision.
Easter is considered to be divine as it is one of the most important days in Christianity. It is observed to commemorate Jesus Christ's resurrection on the third day of his crucifixion.
When Cupid is calling you for a love celebration, what else can you do other than spend a romantic evening with your beloved? Your Valentine's Day celebration in Dubai can be made wonderful if you plan for a romantic date on a yacht. Parties and other activities are arranged all around to make every night spectacular, cheerful, and hilarious.
This year’s Islamic New Year begins on July 18, 2023, on Tuesday evening and ends on the evening of the next day, i.e., July 19, 2023, on Wednesday. The Islamic New Year is popularly known as Hijri New Year, Arabic New Year, Awal Muharram, or Maal Hijra, and it is in the month of Muharram, the first month in the Islamic calendar.
Heartbeats of thousands of Formula 1 fans has raisen when the new Formula 1 Abu Dhabi Grand Prix grandstand has been announced for the 2023 season. Now all the eyes are on Yas Marina Circuit’s longest straight.
The chilly climate makes this Christmas holiday season the most suitable time for get-togethers. December is the busiest season of the year as it is a time to celebrate with lights, music, meals, and drinks. Parties and various events are organised everywhere so that all nights become magical, filled with fun and laughter.
When the clock strikes twelve at night, the calm sea turns mysterious. The moonlit atmosphere becomes scary and you will experience a cold chill through your body. Then scream out loud, “Halloween” By grabbing a mask and a costume, you can transform yourself into sea monsters, pirates, or mermaids.
“A nation without a past is a nation without a present or a future. Thanks to God, our nation has a flourishing civilization, deep-rooted in this land for many centuries. These roots will always flourish and bloom in the glorious present of our nation in its anticipated future.” → HH Sheikh Zayed bin Sultan Al Nahyan, Founding Father of the UAE.