Bhopal Tablighi Eztema is an annual Islamic Eztema (congregation) or Aalmi Eztema held in Bhopal, India during December but it has changed to November. The three day congregation now becomes 4 day from 2018. It includes discussions about faith and peace. The first Eztema was organised in 1949 at Masjid Shakoor Khan in Bhopal's old walled city.After the event grew, the venue was changed to Taj-ul-Masajid . Since 2005 because of the heavy crowd the venue has been shifted to Ghasipura, 11 km from Bhopal Ijtema is held on a Saturday, Sunday and Monday every year in November Jamaats gather from around the world. From 2018 Ijtema is held on Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday, Increased a day. The congregation begins with Fajr salah on Friday morning followed by a series of lectures from different Muslim scholars and clerics. A break is given after dhuhr namaz. The programme continues all weekend and concludes with final prayers on Monday afternoon. Mass marriages also takes place on Saturday and Sunday.Scholars speak on a variety of subjects including the Islamic way of life and the Six Principles. After the final prayer, Jamaats are formed which then travel around the world to preach about Islam. About a million people gather for Final prayers and half a million stay on Ijtema ground during the three days.People from different societies come here to listen to peace talks and to learn about Islam.The government of Madhya Pradesh provides electricity, water supply and security along with parking places for the convenience of Jamaats. Jamaats from different parts of the world as far as from west also attend this congregation. Translators for people from foreign countries, and translators for deaf and dumb are also provided by Ijtema committee.