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Eid-ul-Fitr is amongst the most revered festivals celebrated by the Muslim community across the globe.  The day which symbolizes the successful completion of the month longs fasting during Ramadan, is celebrated on the first day of the tenth month named Shawwal, according to the Muslim calendar. Depending on the method of calculation of the days of months used by various Muslim communities across the globe, the celebration might differ by one day in certain areas.

Celebrating Eid-ul-Fitr

On the day of Eid-ul Fitr, Muslims generally get up early in the morning and offer the first prayers of the day. Fasting is prohibited on this day and it is accustom to wear new clothes or the best ones available and go out in respectable attire on this day. It is also quite common for people to organize lavish feats having diverse types of food and drinks for their friends and relatives.  The most common preparation served during these festivities is the sweet vermicelli or seviyan, whose delicious flavor results from several healthy and tasty ingredients.

Even the most downtrodden members of the community save money to celebrate this day in a grand way. It is quite common for the affluent members of the Muslim community to donate, food, clothes and other such items to the poorer members of the community, so as to enable them to celebrate the festival and enjoy the day. It is also common for people to present gifts to one another on this special occasion.

The festival of Eid-ul-Fitr is also considered to be the best time to bury old grudges and rivalries and start life afresh. In many Muslim countries, the festivities continue for three days during which period all the offices, schools and other government establishments remain closed. It is considered to be a great time for families and friends to get together and strength the bond of unity and brotherhood.  

Significance Of Eid-ul-Fitr

The literal meaning of Eid-ul-Fitr is “festival of breaking the fast”, which in itself represents the significance of this festival. The day is celebrated to thank Allah for bestowing strength to his devotes to abide by the principles of the month long fasting that precedes the festival. It is also a day to express joy and gratefulness for the various gifts that the Almighty has bestowed on his followers, which include good health, mental strength and the various opportunities in life.


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