Eid al-Fitr, ( عيد الفطر ) also known as the Festival of Breaking Fast. Is an important festival celebrated by Muslims of all over the world and that event will come at the end of Ramadan. This is the only day of Shawwal where Muslims are not permitted to keep fast. In Muslims countries, It is observed as a religious holiday. Here you can also find the answer to the question of How is Eid al-Fitr celebrated?
Eid day falls on the first day of the month of Shawwal. Muslims pray 2 rakats on Eid -al Fitr. The belief of Muslims are, they are commanded by God. As it is mentioned in Quran-e-Pak. They give zakat on this day. Muslims dress up new clothes and children receive gifts from elders. Eid-ul-Fitr Day 1 is observed on 5 June 2019 Wednesday.
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Eid al-Fitr was originated by the Prophet Muhammad SAW. The Prophet remarked that the Almighty has fixed two days of festivity which are: Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha.
The prior night Eid is called Chaand Raat, which signifies, “Night of the Moon”. Muslims in these nations will frequently visit bazaars and shopping centers with their families for Eid shopping. Ladies, particularly more youthful young ladies, frequently apply the customary Mehndi, or henna, staring them in the hands and feet and wear bright bangles.
How is Eid al-Fitr celebrated?
How is Eid al-Fitr celebrated? people mostly ask this question, especially children. The answer to this is question Muslims celebrated it as by giving charity on that day or after the end of Ramadan and eat sweets for the celebration of Eid. Women made special foods and give friends and relative gifts by arranging special Eid Milan parties.