Mobile TV service provider in India, Zenga TV has declared to provide live view of the holy mosque of Mecca in the holy month of Ramdan. The relevance and the practices observed during Ramadan will be explained by the exclusive channel catering to the Islamic, cultural and lifestyle needs of the Muslim community. Ramadan, falls in the ninth month of the Islamic calendar and more than a billion Muslims around the world mark their "month of blessing" with prayer, fasting and charity. In this holiest period every Muslim fasts from sunrise to sunset. At the sundown families gather to break their fasts with a lavish "Iftar" feast.
As stated by CEO of ZengaTV , "Zenga has geared up its content to celebrate the holy month of Ramdan. We have planned a bouquet of all encompassing programs for the entire holy month starting from July 20th and ending with the holy EID, August 18th 2012. The content is based on religion, Islamic concepts and rituals - the special features being LIVE from Mecca. All the programs are specially designed to meet the religious sentiments and celebrative environment of Ramadan. This year, for the first time, ZengaTV is enabling people to watch their favorite Ramadan shows anytime, anywhere."
Ramzaan-specific content would be showcased on the channel throughout the day for the entire month. There would be special Quran Recitals, Talk Shows highlighting importance and Do's & Don'ts for the month etc. 'Shab-e-Qadr' would bring in the flavour of Ramzaan from the entire major cities across the nation.
Besides live happenings from the Holy Mecca Ramzaan based food show highlighting the special delicacies like , live Taraweeh from major Masjids across the nation and Iftaar parties from selected cities of the country would be telecasted.
Through Zengatv.com consumers can access the Ramadan content on HD version. This service is accessible by all leading mobile networks such as Idea, Vodafone, Airtel, Aircel, BSNL, MTNL, Reliance, Docomo as well as on the web. Users can visit this website http//: zengatv.com.
Source : Themobileindian