A Muslim Religious Month (Eid al-Fitr)

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Do you know when or anything about the Muslim celebration of Eid?

It will be in June this year.

      Eid al-Fitr is a Muslim tradition in Pakistan which is celebrated for breaking fast for a whole month during Ramadan. This celebration occurs after a holiday called Ramadan, a fasting month. In Ramadan, you fast within 29 or 30 days. On Eid, majority of girls get their hands, legs and foot designed by mehendi (hennah). Families happily give out gifts such as clothes, bangles, and money to the kids. Adults also get money from their family members as well or will treat others for lunch or dinner. This holiday is mainly about forgiving, apologizing and reuniting with anyone, especially your enemies. Muslim’s also believe that even if you sin a lot, praying to Allah (God) for forgiveness and for the better will be forgiven and granted.

  Eid begins right after Ramadan has ended and lasts up to 3-4 days. On those couple days families usually get dressed up, eat out with families, give money to the poor, and meeting other family members, exchanging food and clothes. Eid is full of respect, love, patience and to be caring to others plus whom you dislike.

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Eid is a completion of blessing of Ramadan celebration of fasting. Every once a year, everyone is full of happiness and joy. Family members and friends shop for new clothes, shoes, colorful bangles and jewelries. Clothing and jewelry shops tend to get 10 to 15 times more busier the week before Eid and even during.

http://www.aljazeera.com/indepth/features/2016/07/eid-al-fitr-160701164352978.html

First Pillar for Muslims is to travel to Hajj (Mosque) at least once in life . When this is done during the days of Eid it is a special blessing for the Muslim pilgrim.

First Pillar for Muslims is to travel to Hajj (Mosque) at least once in life . During the days of Eid it is a special blessing for the Muslim pilgrim.

Mehendi Designs

Mehendi Designs

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One Response to “A Muslim Religious Month (Eid al-Fitr)”

  1. MHFooL on March 1st, 2018 8:56 am

    I’ve had a lot of friends who are Muslims, but i didn’t bother asking them about it I just respect what their religions were. I knew about the fasting during Ramadan and that’s all I knew. In the article it said that everyone reunites and celebrate, apologize etc. I think that is very interesting to hear especially forgiving your enemies as well. It is a good way of making peace towards other people.

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