How Do Muslims Celebrate Eid UL Fitr?


Eid-ul Fitr is a celebration that marks the end of Ramadan by the Muslims. It is abbreviated as Eid, and it is used to mark the end of a 40-day fasting period where Muslims give to charity, share with the poor as well as give to the needy when they are observing Ramadan. The word Eid means festivity while Fi?r means breaking the fast.
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After spending holy month of ramadan. For joy & hapiness.
1. Decorate your home and place of business or help your neighbors and family decorate their homes in anticipation of this special day. Balloons, banners or signs that read "
In my household, it’s usually Biryani. Yum-ee. Biryani can be cooked with any type of meat (red/white) and usually is made with saffron/turmeric flavoured rice. We eat Biryani
Eid ul Fitr 2009 is set to be celebrated tomorrow –Sunday -across the USA and much of the middle East. However in the Indian Subcontinent the Eid will be celebrated based on
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Eid-ul-Fitr is traditionally celebrated with 3 days of feasting, prayer and charity.
Muslims celebrate Eid Ul-Fitr as a thanksgiving day marking the end of the fasting period. They celebrate this day by thanking Allah and distributing alms to the poor in society. On this day children and loved ones are also given gifts.
Muslims mark Eid ul fitr by sacrificing a sheep (sometimes a goat) as a reminder of Ibrahim's obedience to Allah. This meal is shared among family, friends and the poor, who each get a third of the share. They also celebrate the festival by going to the mosque for prayers and thanksgiving to Allah.
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During Eid ul Fitr it is common for Muslims to prepare delicious dishes according to tradition and serve it to family members and guests. Muslims are often encouraged ...
Eid begins first day after the month of Ramadan in the Islamic culture and is a three-day celebration. Eid is short for Eid al-Fitr, the Festival of Fast Breaking.Ramadan ...
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