Published On : Wed, Feb 14th, 2018

Burqa clad Muslim girls mark Valentine’s Day as Haya Day in Nagpur

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Nagpur: Valentine’s Day has its own unique flavour when it turns to city of Oranges as the guys and gals in city pack their own style of celebration into this day. On Wednesday when the city folks were soaked up in celebration and set the mood in red (red rose, red dress and other reds!!!), the young girls from Muslim community made it a point to show that the day is not really meant for showing your loved ones how much you love them or opening up in thoughts. It also meant some amount of shyness too.

And that is why the nembers of Girls’ Islamic Organisation of India marked the Valentine’s Day in Nagpur as ‘Haya-Day’.

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Many of the girls from the organisation took to streets with placards displaying “Haya Day 14th February.” The placards further present the word ‘Haya’ (means sharm in Hindi and shyness in English) embedded into a heart. The caption reads – Haya is the part of our faith.

The girls were seen consciously wearing burqas, holding the placards as they took silent march through city streets.

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