Eid-Ul-Fitr 2023: significance,love and celebrations Muslims

 Eid-Ul-Fitr 2023: significance,love and celebrations Muslims

Eid-ul-Fitr is most significant holiday in Muslim calendar and celebrations the end of Ramadan,the holy month of fasting Muslim all over the world celebrated Eid with a rangs of events and festivities,and including family and gathering, picnic and trips to park and pool.Here are some tip on how to successfully Eid-ul-Fitr celebration.

Eid-ul-Fitr is a day of celebration family together to exchange gift share,meal and enjoying each other’s company Muslim all over world celebrate this holiday with fervour and devotion.Eid-ul-Fitr marks the end of islamic holy month of Ramadan and is most important festival in islam are about Eid-ul-Fitr.

muslim believed prophet Muhammad reached medina on this day during Eid people rasie their spirit high and enjoy alot They start preparation for eid before a month the excitement begins at the onset of Ramadan.Women start preparing their dresses, bangles, accessories beforehand. On the other hand, men prepare for their traditional kurta and pyjamas. When people sight the moon for Eid, they wish everyone ‘Chand Mubarak’ as it confirms the day of Eid.

Women and girls also apply Mehendi on their hand beautifully. Similarly, houses are painted and decorated as well. Before Eid, Muslims fast, give charity, offer prayers, and perform other good deeds during the holy month of Ramadan.Similarly, other delicacies like kebabs, biryani, korma and more are prepared. It is for the guests to relish and have a hearty meal with their near and dear ones.

people go over to their friends and relatives house to exchange greetings. The guests eat Sewaiyyan when they visit their dear ones. Another interesting part which youngsters love is Eidi.Eidi is a gift they receive from the elders in the form of money. Thus, children enjoy receiving Eidi and then buy their favourite things from that money. Everyone enjoys a lot on Eid and eat to their heart’s delight.

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