Muslims all over the world Muslims celebrate their religious festival “Eid Ul Fitr” every year after Ramadan. It is an Arabic word that means ” festival of the breaking of the fast. Some people say ” Muslim version of Christmas.”
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When Muslims Celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr?
Well in many countries it is celebrating today on 4th June while in other countries 5th June will be the day of Eid-ul-Fitr.
This event shows the fasting month Ramadan has ended. Ramadan is the most blessing month from all ninth lunar months in which Muslims abstain from eating all day and Iftar at the time of Maghrib.
It is the biggest day for the Muslim community that begins with greeting ” Eid Mubarak” So let’s talk about this event timing. This event is based on the sighting of the moon according to the Islamic lunar calendar. So Muslims country waits to see the new moon on 29 Ramadan.
How Muslims Celebrate Eid Ul Fitr?
In the morning they go to mosques and perform Eid prayer and after that greet each other. Family and friends celebrate together sp they visit each other, hosting food parties and sharing cakes and sweets.
Everyone purchase new clothes or shoes for this event, even children also ger cash gifts on the day of Eid that called ” Eidi” from Islamic point to view, after Ramadan this event is celebrated to say thanks to Allah and time of forgiveness each other. Moreover, Help to poor people and give gifts to them for fulfilling their spiritual fasting. These gifts can be in different forms, such as clothes, food, and donations.
How Long the event of Eid ul Fitr?
Eid ul Fitr is celebrated three days, and all government and private sectors remained closed at that time. Well, it is doing so in all Muslim countries; however, in the United States and many other non-muslim countries, the case is different. In these countries, Muslims get a holiday from work just for one day.
If you want to give greetings to your Muslim friends, then the most standard greetings words on this occasion are ” Eid Mubarak” that means “Have a blessed Eid.”