What is life after death?

Inevitably, people come into our life in birth and then leave by crossing the veil in death, and we are filled with questions about what happens to them. Here are the eight stages of death as well as a detailed view of what happens when we leave this earth plane and move towards the light.

 The 8 Stages of Crossing the Veil

#1 – Peaceful Death

We all go through the ravages of death, be it peaceful or a painful death. The transition process after death happens according to a Divine plan. It’s normal to have some apprehension, even when we are totally grounded in faith. If it’s a painful death, all pain and suffering ends and a peaceful feeling takes over. At that moment, we might not even know we have died.

 #2 – Looking Back at our Body

Then, we have the experience after death of rising up and looking down on our lifeless body. We may see doctors, emergency personnel and lots of different people running around trying to save our life. Yet, as we look down, we are still somewhat in a daze and don’t really understand what is happening. We are trying to communicate to everyone that we are up here, not down there. Soon we understand that the body on the table is not important, and we move on.

 #3 – The Tunnel of Light

At that point, an angel takes our hand as we begin moving through a dark tunnel with a super bright light at the end. Others may start moving through the tunnel alone. While this happens, there is a feeling of anticipation – of something wonderful about to happen.

#4 – Beings of Light and Angels

Once we enter the field of light, we are greeted by spiritual beings, such as Jesus, Krishna and many others as well as greeted by multiple angels or light beings. Then, we are enveloped in a feeling of blissful and unconditional love. This feeling is typically difficult to describe as most have not experienced it before. There is no looking back now as we are only interested in staying in this wonderful place.

#5 – Life Review

Next, a review of every single thing that happened during our life begins. Rather than a viewing these experiences as a movie, one is actually experiencing every experience again. The life review is also experienced from the view point of what we caused others to feel while we were alive. We feel all the suffering, anguish, guilt and shame that we created, and we also feel all the love, peace, contentment and caring that we gave to others. Some individual look back and have regrets about particular objectives in life that never happened. Perhaps, we wanted to be a teacher, a dancer or a great painter, and we wish that would have happened.

 #6 – A Simple Question

The next stage involves one simple question — “Did you learn what you came to learn?” Answering very truthfully, there’s no need to make anything up or attempt to make anyone look bad. Only truth will answer this question. Then, we join the light of God for a short time or return to the earth plane to be reborn with some other parents. This process may vary slightly depending on the culture and the spiritual understanding of the person.

#7 – In the Light

Those individuals who have accomplished their purpose have a respite for a while in the light of God, while basking in the bliss and understanding their connection to the One and only. There is no time or space; there is only pure love and consciousness. If for some reason we think of someone or something, we are instantaneously connected to that person, place or thing.

 #8 – The Great Return

Evolved souls will sooner or later hear the suffering on Earth and will choose to return. Due to their great love for humanity, they allow themselves to leave the light of God in order to be reborn, so they can feel, learn and help others make their way to God once again. Even though they will suffer all the pains of being mortal while on the earthly plane, they march forward to love.

 If you have family members who are about to pass, remember the light of love is waiting for them.

Om Mani Padme Hum

ॐ मणि पद्मे हूँ

Mantras may be interpreted by practitioners in many ways, or even as mere sequences of sound whose effects lie beyond strict semantic meaning.

The middle part of the mantra, maṇipadme, is often interpreted as being in the locative case, “jewel in the lotus,” Sanskrit maṇí “jewel, gem, cintamani” and the locative of padma “lotus”.

The Lotus is a symbol present throughout Indian religion, signifying purity (due to its ability to emerge unstained from the mud) and spiritual fruition (and thus, awakening).

Maṇipadme is preceded by the oṃ syllable and followed by the hūṃ syllable, both interjections without linguistic meaning, but widely known as divine sounds.

The Mantra

First, the nature of a mantra and what it means: In the Buddhist tradition, special words are repeated over and over again until they begin to gather a certain “emptiness”. This is not “emptiness” in the traditional sense where we imagine an experience of nothing…rather it’s experiencing ourselves in the moment without the usual attachment of ego. We become free or ’empty’ of everything but inner awareness. That form of enlightened awareness gives us the intuitive knowledge to save ourselves from suffering.

The 6 Syllables and Their Relationship to Suffering

Interestingly, each of the 6 syllables has certain Sanskrit meanings that are important. These oppose certain internal forces that cause suffering.

  • Om (ohm)- Om is the sound or “vibration” of the universe. This sound is the most important of all; but in the context of chanting and mantras, it is meant destroy attachments to ego and establish generosity.
  • Ma (mah)- Removes the attachment to jealousy and establishes ethics.
  • Ni (nee)- Removes the attachment to desire and establishes patience.
  • Pad (pahd)- Removes the attachment to prejudice and establishes perseverance.
  • Me (meh)- Removes the attachment to possessiveness and establishes concentration.
  • Hum (hum)- Removes the attachment to hatred and establishes wisdom.

What is life?

We all have a story about
Who we are and
Why we experience what we do?
What is your story?
What roles do you play in the story of your life?
Are You Writing the Story of Your Life?
Are you the wounded healer?
Are you always the bridesmaid, never the bride?

Maybe your story is called “I can’t trust myself, so I’m hoping someone will rescue me before I mess up too badly story,” but you want it to be called “I’ve got this!” What part of you is making it hard to adopt the new story?

You can learn more about that self that is the overlooked bridesmaid or wounded healer and develop a different relationship to these aspects of who you are. You could learn something about that insecure part of you and discover what you could do to be more confident. Doing this might help you transform your habitual behaviors and attitudes, change your story, and change your roles in the story of your life.

The story you are living according to right now might not be working for you. If you were to write a new story yourself to explain what you have been through and where you are in your life’s journey, you might feel Courageous instead of scared, Valued instead of taken for granted, Seen instead of overlooked, competent instead of incompetent. If you work as a healer—an acupuncturist, a counselor, or a nurse, for example—maybe you can discover new ways in which your own wounds can help you be more understanding of others who are suffering.

To write a better story, you must first acknowledge what your story has been until this point and what roles you have played in it. If you were “always the bridesmaid,” who cast you in that role? In other words, who wrote the story about how your needs and happiness are secondary to someone else’s? And why did you adopt that story? Did you even realize you adopted it?

Although it can be painful to see your story for what it truly is and be honest about your role in scripting it, doing so can help you claim your power to make different choices in the future. Every role you have played in your life has qualities that you might not want to look at too closely because they make you feel embarrassed or insecure.

If you have always been the bridesmaid, supporting others and not receiving support yourself, maybe you have at times pushed away help that was offered to you. Maybe you are the wounded healer, able to help others but not fully recovered from your own wounds, wearing yourself out as you care for others but don’t take care of yourself. Perhaps you haven’t acknowledged how much healing you need to keep yourself strong. As you think about your past, consider whether you could write a new story about your relationship to the bridesmaid, wounded healer, or insecure and doubting self within you.

If you want to feel confident, imagine that self-doubting character you inhabit at times. What would you call this character? What does this “self” look like? Can you find something lovable about it? How has it helped you? Could it continue to help you in the future without your letting it take over and stop you from stepping out boldly?

As you think about these inner selves that have qualities that embarrass you or make it hard for you to be confident, imagine that they have strengths you have overlooked that have served you. Close your eyes, meditate to reduce the activity of your conscious mind, and let your unconscious mind guide you to receive a message from this character that represents a role you have played.

Three Strategies for Releasing Resentments
  1. Maybe your bridesmaid within you, the self that regularly supports others, needs to start helping you more often.
  2. Maybe the wounded healer in you will recognize where you are not setting firm boundaries with others so you can take care of your own needs a little better.
  3. Maybe your doubting self, who is uncertain about whether you can be trusted with decision making, can recognize that you do make good decisions when you give yourself time to examine your doubts. Maybe it can convince you to be honest about whether you’re ready for a particular challenge and get some help from others rather than try to do everything on your own.

Change your relationship with these aspects of yourself that are like selves within, and you will start to change your story about what happened to you and why. That sets you up to fully claim the role of the storyteller of your life and helps you write a new story, one that’s more pleasing to you and Spirit.

Women in the bettlefeild

Whether women should be allowed to serve in the military has triggered spirited debate. Some assert that the status quo should be changed and women should be entitled to join the armed forces. Personally, I fundamentally agree with their assertion-for three reasons.

History has shown that women are fully capable of performing well in the military. Historically, there were a host of valiant women soldiers whose achievements really put their male counterparts to shame. One need only look at the classic examples of Jansi Ki Rani to see how exceptionally women could perform on the battlefield. In my observation, their determination, courage and dignity, to this day, are still being admired by male soldiers and civilians alike throughout the world.

Moreover, from an enlightened standpoint, female patriots should be granted the right to go to the front line when their motherland is involved in a war. Admittedly, gender inequality was a highly controversial issue in the twentieth century.

However, now twelve years into the new millennium, women can learn and teach, work and supervise, vote and voted in most countries just like men. In light of this sweeping progress in gender equality, there is no sense in denying them the right to defend their home country when a war breaks out.

In sum, keeping military services out of bounds of women in the information age is unwarranted. I have been convinced that it is in the best interest of a nation if women are also granted equal rights in this particular arena.

Qualities As A Female Leader

Being a successful women in this era is a very difficult but hardworking and luck will make it easy to chase it faster. Luck is less about good things randomly happening to people who happened to be in the right place at the right time than it is about perseverance, dedication and the ability to show up at 100 wrong places before you get that “lucky” break.
So what are the essential characteristics of women leaders? I had google enough to came up with below skills:

1. Perseverance

As a leader, you are going to come across challenges, and sometimes things won’t go according to plan. Sabina Gault, founder of Konnect PR, understands that it’s how you push through those challenges that make you a leader. “Women leaders need persistence, perseverance and the ability to not take “no” for an answer,” says Gault.
This attitude, in turn, can inspire others in your organization to step up. “If you leave the office at 4 p.m. and expect your team to stay there till 9 p.m. — you’re kidding yourself,” says Gault. “However if you are first in, last out, always hard-working and always pushing for more, your team will do the same and you will earn their respect as a leader.”

2. A Nurturing Spirit

“In the past women have been condemned for being ‘soft’ or being ‘nurturers'”, saysDawniel Winningham, a performance coach, motivational speaker and best-selling author who works with emerging women leaders across the country. “I think our nurturing spirit is often confused with being lackadaisical or an inability to hold people accountable which is not the case. I think being a nurturer, having a sense of being fair and just, and use of our women’s intuition are some of our strongest traits.”

3. Confidence

For Mallary Tytel, President of Healthy Workplaces, one of the defining characteristics of leadership is confidence — having an “unconditional belief in your own abilities.” Having confidence isn’t about bragging or being a show-off, but about not undermining your abilities and creating a culture that values your input.

Mallary believes women can learn to cultivate confidence in their own abilities by actively seeking out and responding to feedback, “tooting your own horn,” taking on tough assignments and excelling at them, maintaining successful relationships and developing expertise that sets you apart.

4. Giving Back

Lori Freemire is a marketing entrepreneur who actively supports several charities, including the Leukemia Lymphoma Society, SME, Hispanic foundations, library and college foundations. She believes it’s important for female leaders to look for ways to give back to their community.

“Be generous and help others without looking to be reciprocated,” says Freemire. “Be trustworthy and trusting; always be willing to learn about yourself and others; look for ways to work with people, not against them. And above all, listen and over-communicate.”

5. Education

Throughout human history, it’s never been easier for women in Western society to obtain education. Colleges offer undergraduate and postgraduate programs in a variety of subjects, and basic skills such as public speaking, networking, computer literacy and business writing can be learned through professional development courses and community programs. Scholarships and career advancement programs aimed at women help to ensure future women leaders have the opportunity to obtain an education.

But education encompasses more than just a college degree. Female leaders should seek out those more experienced in their field, and learn from them. Mentors and coaches can help a future leader push ahead, learn what works, and avoid potential pitfalls. As Winningham points out, having a coach or mentor also helps women to make connections they would not normally be able to make.

Winningham says that having a mentor or coach is vital to her success, and wishes she’d embraced the use of a coach much sooner. “Had I had the benefit of a private coach much sooner, I would have reached the finish line even faster. A coach has a vested interest in getting you to the finish line sooner rather than later, with a structured approach to not only helping you learn, but holding you accountable for the application of those lessons.”

6. Balance and Understanding Your Own Needs

When asked what she would tell her younger-self if she could go back in time, Shannon Sennefelder — owner of the Foundational Leadership Institute — said she would tell herself to take better care of her health. “That’s a huge one. Had I really understood the value of self care earlier, I would have done things a lot differently.”

One of the things many don’t, but good leaders understand is how important it is to achieve balance in their lives and take care of themselves. Sennefelder says, “Women in general have a belief that self care is selfish! Nope! It is like breathing — vital to our survival.”

7. Vision

A good leader needs to not only be an expert in their industry, but to see the bigger picture, and understand their role in the wider world. They need to believe that change is possible and worthwhile, and be able to convey that message to others in a way that has meaning. This quality is best summed up by one word — vision. A leader with vision is a leader who can see the path ahead and inspires others to help them turn a dream into a reality.

Patti Johnson is the founder and CEO of PeopleResults, a human resource consulting firm. She agrees that the most important element of a leader is having a vision of the future. “I think the best qualities in (women) leaders are that they inspire trust, they can paint a picture of the future and they can lead others through change,” says Johnson.

“We can create these qualities in women by getting them into the right jobs, giving them access to mentors and coaches who can accelerate their progress and encourage them to take ownership for their own career. No one can do it for you.”
The qualities that make a good leader don’t vary between men and women. After all, it’s the person, not the gender that determines a leader. And although women are only just catching up to men in terms of leadership roles, their unique experiences and supportive natures make them more than capable of leading the future.

Dubai paid gold to citizen for losing weight in fight against obesity

Dubai is paying chunky citizens real gold to lose weight, as part of the United Arab Emirates’ efforts to curb the obesity epidemic.


For every 2 kilograms lost (about 4.4 pounds), contestants win two grams of gold, according to the Emirates 24/7 website. That’s worth about $90.
The municipality initiated the 30-day weight loss challenge, dubbed “Your Weight in Gold,” in the midst of Ramadan, the holy month in which the faithful fast from sunrise to sundown.

“Ramadan is the most appropriate season to launch such initiatives as it reminds us of the many health benefits of reducing weight and encourages us to take steps to change our bad lifestyles,” said Hussain Nasser Lootah, director general of Dubai municipality.

I must say its happen only in DUBAI. Be prepare for the next Ramadan to win such Gold. But i would suggest personally to bring sunshine in your life by keeping regular track on your health.

Dubai Municipality Gold Win 2015

Top 10 Dubai Souks/Souqs

Souks are known as Arabic Markets, are one of Dubai’s greatest attractions. You will find all kinds of goods are bought sold and exchanged in this traditional market. Habitually, dhows from the far China, India, and East were discharging their cargo’s to the coast. Most of the souks are residual near to the corniche. As a time passed sailing items have been changed from spices, silks and perfumes to contain electronic good and the latest common consumer trends.

The countless of souks are to be found on both arrays of the Creek, but principally in Deira. It’s worth discovering both sides. Wandering around the atmospheric souks is a good way for visitors to get in touch with how life was in Dubai, before oil was discovered. The best part is the vibrant Spice Market, which flourishes with bizarre aromas and activities with residents pursuing good deal. You can cross among the two banks of Creek in about ten minutes by the help of Abras (small wooden dhows) which line of to the Creek side by costing 1AED only. Alternatively, most taxi drivers identify where to drive if you inquire for a precise souk and the tariffs are sensible. If you have the time, why not courageous the public transport. Number of buses is running frequently throughout the day and visits all of the souks, by both sides of the Creek.

Top Ten Dubai Souks

‘Souk’ or ‘souq’ is the Arabic term, it attributes for the market or place where any kind of goods are brought or bartered. Dubai souks are bright, colorful, noisy and fascinating like any other market place.

1. The Gold Souk


World famous Gold Souk is Dubai’s Gold Souk, where narrow streets are lined with shop windows glinting with ornaments made in 22 and 24 carat gold. Along the slightly larger lanes of the gold souk, each shop window is crammed with gold necklaces, rings, bangles, earrings and brooches. On display in one of the shops is the World’s Largest Gold Ring, certificated from the Guinness Book of World Records. Designs can be traditional or modern, bold or conservative, loud or sober, sturdy or delicate. Along with designs, you will find many different shades of gold like pink, white, yellow or green hues in one piece. Dubai Gold Souk is worth a visit even if you have no intention of buying. It would be hard to resist the temptation to buy them. Haggling about the price is like a tradition. Take your time and plan 2 to 3 hours for your visit. The best time is the late afternoon. Usually, the shops are open until 10:00 pm. The initial unsure in bargaining gets lost pretty quickly, and you will really enjoy “haggling” about your favorite piece.

Gold Souk is located near the Dubai Creek in Al Ras area of Deira. You can reach it with public buses, metro, taxi or water taxi (from Bur Dubai). We don’t recommend to go by car as the area is very crowded and to find a parking could be difficult.

2. Spice Souk


The spice souk is settled just succeeding to the gold souk. The flashy war of spices and their heady smell is tantalizing. You cannot get over the incredible identify of spices that are purchasable. Here you faculty hears spices of all varieties: cardamom, bark, yellow, turmeric, Chile, curry, cloves and lots writer. And that’s not all; you leave also conclude basmati lyricist, dates, dry fruits and nuts of endless varieties, divergent sets of tee, Shisha, enticing perfumes, pottery as rise as baskets. As you move on from one store to another, you leave be enclosed by these sensory delights. The spices are brought from the Midriff Eastern part as fine as from around other

3. Perfume Souk

The Perfume Souk is the name assumed to the assortment of scent shops on Sikkat Al Khail Road, Deira, just east of the Gold Souk.

Thousands of diverse sweet fragrances will invite you in the Perfume Souk of Dubai. Here you will find yourself abandoned while determining which fragrance to buy. If you will find it difficult, keen and hasty shopkeepers will certainly assist you out in picking one. Aromas here series from customary Arabic Ittars to latest perfumes all under same roof. Perfumes are also offered in shopping malls but perfume souk is the best place to choose between a wide variety.

In addition to perfumes, you can also bargain incense at the Dubai perfume souk. They are traded in the form of sticks, powder, crystal, rock and wood. Arabian perfumes are oil founded and they have a tendency to leave a pigment when sprayed on clothes. So be careful and make sure you don’t do so. The perfumes are well priced and you can buy a few bottles if you know how to negotiate.

Frankincense is the most widespread incense and is obtainable in every store at the Dubai perfume souk. Respire in the perfumed constructions and imbibe within you their traditional implications charm.

4. Old Souk/Textile Souk

old souk

The Old Souk or Textile Souk is situated over the Creek in Bur Dubai. The bazaar involves of a long line of renovated sand-colored pebble buildings, covered by a wooden roof in one area, and topped with gorgeous wind towers. The multitude of trivial shops here offers a massive range of fabrics (cashmere, silk, cotton, wool etc.) plus garments, slippers, souvenirs, and other merchandise. The Textile Souk can be reached from Deira (Gold Souk, Spice Souk, Perfume Souk) by crossing the water on Abra or water taxi. Otherwise travel by Metro on the Green Line and land at Al Ghubaiba Metro Station or Al Fahidi Metro Station. The Bastakia Quarter and Dubai Museum are close and well worth a visit while in the area. It is also recognized as Cosmo Souk… Just to make things more complex 🙂

5. Meena Bazaar

Dubai is well-known for its great intercultural community living together in peace. After the Arabic locals, Indian minority is the biggest in Dubai and Indians have always played the most important role in the business life of Dubai. Therefore Dubai has several Indian areas.Meena Bazaar is a hub for Indian where they can get just anything coming from their motherland. The most significant goods include traditional Indian jewelry and wedding jewelry, watches, Indian textiles, Indian equipment and accessories or Indian spices. Of course, these are only some of the dozens of goods that are sold in Meena Bazaar, which, together with its area will actually make you feel as if you were in India.

You can also get to grasp two Hindu temples in the Meena area: one is devoted to Shiva and the other to Krishna Gods. Meena Bazaar is situated in Bur Dubai, next to Al Bastakiya area.

6. The Friday Market

friday market dubai

You have to go a little bit further for this one but the drive is lovely- the Friday Market is held in Masafi- yes where the water comes from- and it is located on the East Coast Road between Dhaid and Masafi. Traditionally it was a Friday souk for dealers in the less inhabited areas but the roadside market has now become a preferred stopping place for tourists and is on all week now not just Fridays. It is a row of stalls on either side of the road that sell all sorts of things from carpets to pottery, fruit and veg, carpets and rugs, inflatable, household pots and pans. A trip there is more for the experience really and you may pick up some plants and pots as they are miles lower-priced than in Dubai and some fresh bananas from Salalah. There are slight touristy workshops too. To get there from Dubai head up the Emirates Road Sharjah direction and once past Sharjah look out for a sign saying the East Coast region

7. Fruit & Vegetable Souk

Fruit  Vegetable  market

The fruit and vegetable market is constructed in Ras Al Khor off the Emirates Here you will find stands with all fresh crop mainly sold in wholesale but you can buy smaller measures too. There are some great savings to be had equaled to prices in the supermarkets and extensive range of choice. The market has been renovated and most stalls are now under sheltered areas. You can hire men with trolleys who will assist you carry your stuffs around the market until you have finished shopping and help you to your car. Certainly worth a visit and purse friendly too!

8. Naif Souk

Naif Souk is located in the old Deira district of Dubai. This souk is amongst the oldest souks of Dubai and in days gone by it served camel sellers as a camel market and from that, it has developed into a full-fledged marketplace. Today, the rebuilt Naif Souk expects its visitors with more than a hundred shops and air-conditioned climate. The souk is well-known for its souvenirs, watches, jewelry, leather, handbags and textiles.

9. Karama Market

Love it or hate Karama is one of Dubai’s most popular souk areas- largely due to its “real fakes” available- here you will find everything from bags, shoes, DVDs, watches, jewelry and everything in between! It has recently had a facelift and there are many more shops selling tourist items and souvenirs and at a fraction of the cost in the malls so it really is a great place for gift shopping and to take your tourist friends too. Prepare to be jumped upon by sellers and also prepare to haggle! Tell them you are a resident to get the best prices. It is not what you would expect a market to look like as it is a warren of alleyways with proper indoor small shops. Make sure you keep an eye on your bearings it’s easy to get confused- it is open all day and till late in the sundown although a few shops close in the afternoon during the week. This is a definite trip to make sure you have lots of water with you, flat shoes and a tight grip on your purse- you will want to splurge!

10. Modern Souks

Souk Madinat at Jumeirah, Souk Al Bahar at Downtown Dubai and Khan Murjan at Dubai Wafi City), are a few of the more modern Dubai Souks. These souks are vibrant and a mixture of then and now. These places inspire the works of local artists and bring back the magic of the Middle East.

Roadside Stalls

As you explore and drive around the Emirates you will no doubt see little stalls scattered throughout the Northern Emirates by the side of the road selling carpets, fresh produce, charcoal, firewood, pottery, household goods, melons, candy floss and inflatable toys! Most provide excellent value for money and their produce is normally fresh and good quality. Most are worth a look and offer visitors and tourists a friendly experience- give them a try! And if you liked my blog please leave your comment for my better enhancement for the new blogs about Dubai.

10 Things you should know about Ramadan

1. Muslims expect that in 610 AD, the seer Muhammad made a sacred jaunt and Allah (God) crosspiece to him through an reinforcement patron named Gabriel. The Book, Koran, sacred collection, was conferred to Muhammad, and he became the feature of the religion.

2. Ramadan occurs on the 9th period of Islamic calendar. The stamp is based on the lunar Islamic calendar, so it rotates roughly 11 days a period.

3. Fasting in the summer is some many thorny due to the deep utility and mortal life. Fast originally only occurred in the season, and was named Fasting because it capital, “striking.”

4. The intend of the pass’s allegretto is to clean your spirit and to service with sacred ontogeny. During Fasting Muslims are predicted to be congenial to the short. Abstinence is key in achieving this by improvement the body and raising empathy.

5. Between sunrise and hour Muslims prompt, abstaining from content, deglutition, breathing, force and married sex. However, the senior, the displeased, and teenaged children are free from the immobile.

6. Since the dates of Ramadan rotate, the hours of fasting can diversify each year, depending on whether it is occurring in season or season.

7. The breaking of the immediate nutriment is titled ‘Iftar’ and begins with engagement area fruits–just as the Seer Muhammad used to do. This is followed by an orison and dinner.

8. Muslims worldwide couch numerous structures to crow one another for completing the self-discipline. The universal phrase is “Eid solon” (a blessed Eid).

9. In the Allied States, there are Muslims from over 80 countries, so there is any angle in how Eid is noted. Malay Muslims fete with bright multicolored decorations piece in Bangladesh, girls change their guardianship with Henna coat.

10. Charitable giving is particularly measurable during Fast. Before the festivity, apiece Muslim donates substance to the needy. So even a poor can enjoy Eid. This donation is notable as “Sadagah al Fitr.”

Top 10 activities you should not do in Dubai

If you’re provision to know a spark to City, it is honorable an adventure for the selective. It is one of the group’s most multinational cities. It is a residence, where the sun shines along with beaches by opened the sky and sea. This all are pleasurable if you stay confident things in your nous. City has a diametric content as equate to separate country. Here is the list you should go through before stuff your bags.

1. Desist transfer banned items

Banned artifacts are including Drugs, Narcotics and chemicals. Drugs are completely prohibited in the UAE. You should traverse all judiciousness to yet a rattling weeny becomes strength ground in penalties countenance incarceration followed by transportation. It is no way excluded from staying or transiting on your way to another airfield.   Moreover, any medicines (uncontroversial in other countries), not all prescription drugs containing psychotropic substances are also forbidden, so examine out the UAE applicable embassy website for encourage assemblage and transmit few explore or assay prior approving from regime before your botch. Here is a statement to the surpass inclination of banned drugs in the Metropolis.

2. Avoid semipublic displays of feeling

As a commercialism motivation, quivering transfer is a must but in UAE a woman should not request to Emirati man to shake aggregation, unless he extends his ability towards you prototypical. By law, it is bootleg to get sex out of wedlock in the UAE. City has red eye on de facto relationships. Polity are attractive notes if grouping are plight in activities that are deemed distasteful to their society, specified as kissing or utmost displays of affection in people. If a mortal metamorphose great homosexual travelers should be primarily overcautious, as sex is a wrong team and can create transportation. Erotica and pornographic images, media and websites are illegal in the UAE.

3. Don’t deglutition intoxicant in non-designated areas

Drink is not a concern of the Moslem civilization, it is allowed by NON-Muslims in licensed clubs, closet venues, bar and restaurants widely free in City. Consuming Alcohol in public places and travel on a street is against the law, but whereas it is permissible in a cliquish locating such as housing, licensed bar, restaurants. Drinkable and move is strictly not allowed. Purchasing drink by underage (below 21 years old) is not entertained. You can’t find alcohol in Sharjah. So in exact, a cab straightforward from extracurricular your drinkable locale you were at and not to be tempted to go for a wandering.

4. Decent dress code.

Port is wear grownup, although there is plenitude of exceptions, especially for tourists. With women hiding their material and shoulder, cleavage and act elongated dresses to couple legs below the knees that break rattling soft, refrain truly clenched or unmingled aggregation. People areas specified as shopping malls, nutrient courts and streets, visitors should act respectfully and implement turn code with these traditions in noises, avoiding indicatory, tangency or transparent dress.  T-shirts imprint ragged at the beach or horizontal pool should not be of the G string bout difference, obligation in deal that nudeness is utterly illegal crossways the emirate and could execute to internment or proscription. Topless bath is of pedagogy amerceable! Regularize man can’t carriage assume dresser on the street. The cook write matters fewer so in a bar but pistil late should consider active cover up with a handy pashmina for the jaunt.

5. Value establishment such as culture, religion

UAE is The Islamic religion, their civilization and traditions are deeply nonmoving in its tribal heritage. They are reaction this practice to procreation to breeding and it leads a cornerstone for the every Emirati. Emirati are lukewarm, welcoming all nationalities and having neighborly kinship with them. It shows their turn mildness towards the alien nationalities. All they required from the different nationalities is to denote their values and content towards emeriti culture and religion.

6. Don’t eat or uptake during Fast

Ramadan month is a consecrated period for Muslims. They all are preferred a period of fasting every day from incipient hours of the farewell until the sun sets. Specified tradition has to be pleasing by Non-Muslims by offering judiciousness during this dedicated month. The measure includes consuming content, intemperateness, and cigarettes or playing sound at high volumes in pubic expanse during the day, would slice to heavyweight penalties by law. If you are Non-Muslims, you can carry such activities privately at your plate. All market store and shopping malls testament be lawless after sunsets and minute to be a tune of UAE civilization.

7. Don’t discourtesy women

The conservative civilization especially towards women in the emirate is generally real secret and they are being bandaged with exalted levels of value than other western countries. Women soul tied rights as men in line, instruction and their area is strictly follows Islamic laws. Addressing women indiscriminately in world and attractive their photos are frowned upon. Predestined things has to be keep in knowledge such as conversation in people to adult UAE Domestic women unless it is unsuitable matters, content cooperator agitate with a UAE Domestic females unless she is provoked to, coquetry, Open, effort, making eye occurrence or hugging females, asking an Semite nigh their feminine home members, all specified reserve are bitter and wrong which can grounds you to bother.

8. Don’t swear or use vultures hand gestures

Dedication vulgarities in Port are penal and could take to intellectual anxiety. This also applies to invasive impolite give gestures for which could be caused penalized, jailed or deported. Expectoration and moving choler cause umpteen abroad expat internment and deportation.

9. Respect the rulers

The UAE is a land supported on a social artifact and its leaders are comprehended as highly-respected figures in civilization. Any derogation or scurrilous observations most the state or its leaders is against the law and codification of lead.

10. Don’t portion your cheque to repercussion

Repercussion Cheque is ineligible in the state. It is resulting towards facing outlaw and polite charges. Never supply a Cheque to another set without having acceptable finances in your bank declare to decrease it.