Why is Eid Ul Fitr celebrated?

What is Eid Ul Fitr?

Eid is one of the important festivals of India for the Muslim community. People dress up new and traditional clothes, everyone attends a special community prayer on this day, visit friends, and relatives and exchange sweets. Children are given idi(gift) by elders.

Why is Eid Ul Fitr celebrated?

Half-moon shows up in the sky which symbolizes the end of holy month of Ramadan.

What is the Significance of celebrating Eid Ul Fitr?

Eid Ul Fitr is the celebration & conclusion of the holy month of fasting called Ramadan.

What are the Key attractions of Eid Ul Fitr festival?

beautifully decorated markets and mosques, the morning Eid namaz at the mosques, and the sweet dishes.

Sewai the famous dish of Eid Ul Fitr

When is Eid Ul Fitr celebrated?

On the 1st day of the month of Shawwal of the lunar Hijri calendar, which corresponds to July of the Gregorian Calendar?

Where is Eid Ul Fitr celebrated?

Celebrated by Muslim community all over the World

Eid Ul Fitr 2018: 15th June

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