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About Eid

Gratitude for the family


Like many festive occasions, Eid is celebrated by spending time with family and friends


Today, we live in a fast-moving society where we are constantly engaged in work and everyday responsibilities.


Unfortunately, many of us will not have time to spend with people who love it. During the Eid, Muslims are encouraged to come together as happy and together as a community.
Eid al-Fitr on Friday, 2018, June 15 (15/6/2018).


Note that in the Muslim calendar, the last day's holidays begin, so on June 14, after watching the Muslims, Eid al-Fitr will be celebrated on Sunset on Thursday.


Although Eid al-Fitr is always on the same day of the Islamic calendar, the dates of the Gregorian calendar vary from year to year, because the Gregorian calendar is a solar calendar and the Islamic calendar is a lunar calendar. This difference means that Eid al-Fitr continues for about 11 days per year in the Gregorian calendar. The date of Eid al-Fitr can vary in country and country, depending on whether the moon has been seen or not.

What do people do?

India's Eid-ul-Fitam festival starts on the first day of the month of Shawwal (or shawl). Many Muslims do communal prayers and listen to a sermon in Eid al-Fitr. During Ramadan's they did not make known donations known as zakat al-fitter, such as during Eid al-Fitr. The quantity of food in the Jaquette al-Fitter is equivalent to barley, dates, raisins or wheat flour or poor people in the community.
It is common for Islamic communities to organize communal food. Many Muslims in India also wear new clothes, travel with family members, exchange e-cards and give gifts to children to sweets and small toys.
Millions of Muslims celebrate Eid al-Fitr every year in Britain and around the world.


The date of religious worship varies every year because it is based on the lunar calendar. You need to know about this ...


Eid or Eid al-Fitr is the beginning of Shawwal which is a month of celebration


What is Eid Al-Fitr?

Eid or Eid al-Fitr is the end of Ramadan, which is the fast of one month which started on May 16 and ended on 14th June.


It kick-starts the month of the shawl, which starts with a feast to end the period of fasting.


The celebration is a public holiday in many Muslim countries, but despite a campaign to get recognition in 2014, there is not one in the UK.
During Eid, Muslims often buy new clothes for this occasion and participate in festivals and festivals
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Many people awake to pray at the mosque or outside prayer place.


Gifts and cards are often exchanged between friends and family


Eid means "festival" and Mubarak means "blessed", often Eid Mubarak is used as a greeting in this period.


There are many reasons to be grateful during Eid and every year, Ramzan will teach us something about himself, but most people will spend this opportunity together to think about others and celebrate life.
For our family and friends, Eid Mubarak! You always be grateful for your blessings


At Last Some Lines on Eid in Hindi
सदा हंसते रहो जैसे हंसते हैं फूल,
दुनिया के सारे गम तुम जाओ भूल,
चारों तरफ फैलाओ खुशियों के गीत,
इसी उम्मीद के साथ तुम्हें मुबारक हो बकरीद!!
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खुदा करे की तुम को जुदाई ना मिले
कभी भी कोई तन्हाई ना मिले
अगर मुझे मैसेज ना करो तो, कुछ ऐसा हो
की वक्त हो कुर्बानी का,
और तुम्हे कसाई ना मिले,
बकरीद मुबारक ।।
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