The first phase of the Biswa Ijtema ended on Sunday with the offering of akheri munajat (concluding prayers) joined by thousands of Muslims from home and abroad.
The devotees raised their hands in prayers seeking forgiveness and blessings for peace and prosperity of the Muslim Ummah.
Eminent Islamic scholar Moulana Shad from India conducted the 24-minute Akheri Munajat which began around 11:08 am.
Thousands of devotees from home and abroad took part in the munajat on the bank of Turag River at Tongi on the outskirts of the capital city.
President Abdul Hamid along with his family members joined in the Akheri Munajat from the Bangabhaban, President's press secretary Ihsanul Karim told to a news agency.
The three-day congregation began on the bank of the river after Fazr prayers on Friday.
Ijtema is being held in two phases from 2012 to ease accommodation problem.
The second phase of Ijtema is scheduled to begin from January 15-17 at the same place.