Eid-Ul-Fitr Is the Most Joyous Muslim Festival

Eid-ul-Fitr FestivalEid-Ul-Fitr is one of the most prominent festivals celebrated by Muslims. It is the important junctures of Islamic calendar. It is celebrated by the Muslim community from all over the globe with great joviality and devotion. This kind of festival signifies the last part of Ramadan, the month of the fasting and starting of new month namely called Shawwal. On this special day, the Muslim devotees break up their fasting of the Ramzan with special merriment and prayer.

During this Eid-Ul-Fitr Festival, special delicious foods are prepared and distributed to friends and neighbors. The festival of Eid-Ul-Fitr is dedicated to the spirit of adore, peace, brotherhood and sharing. The Eid-Ul-Fitr festive juncture is renowned with great spectacle and show. Adults and kids cosset in proffering payers to the colossal, seeking blessing. Different fractions of the globe celebrate this special occasion differently. While certain countries and states celebrate this festival with great show and pomp, others will do it in calm manner.
 
Eid-Ul-Fitr Celebrations

During this special day, Muslims observes long day fast and proffer special prayers. This festival greatly marks the last part of Ramzan and the muslim community from all over the world celebrate this religious festival with utmost. On this special occasion, men generally wear Sherwani or Throbe in the early morning and women wear new Salwaar Kameez. Men normally depart for attending the Eid-Ul-Fitr prayer in the Mosque and they greet every human being in the Mosque. Most of the inhabitants pay great attention to visit their friends and relatives and even visit burial grounds to esteem their ancestors.

Inhabitants prepare traditional foodstuff for their friends and relatives and particularly a yummy dish called Semiya payasam is more prominently made. They also prepare different non-vegetarian dishes like mutton, chicken and more are an essential fraction of Eid-Ul-Fitr cuisine. Most prominent dishes are Nawabi Briyani, Seekh Kebab, Chicken Tikkas, Butter chicken and more. On this special day, Muslims allocate different kinds of gifts in the form of clothes, cash or food to the poor or needy person. It is renowned open heartedly across dissimilar parts of India.

General Rituals and Traditions

General greetings during this Eid-Ul-Fitr day are Arabic greeting. In other words, many countries and states have their own great greetings based on their local traditions and language. Classically, Muslims wake up in the early morning and have a brunch of preferably the dates, before attending a special prayer which is executed in congregation at the Mosques. Muslims are encouraged to wear in their most excellent clothes for this occasion.

No Igama or Adhan is to be voiced for this Eid-Ul-Fitr prayer and it greatly consists of two Raka’ahs only. This prayer is pursued by Khutbah and then a request asking for amnesty, kindness and aids for living beings crosswise the globe. The Khutbah also initiates the Muslims as to the great performance of rituals of the Eid-Ul-Fitr such as Zakat. If you want to know more detailed information regarding this festival, you can search through the online internet. Celebrate this Eid-Ul-Fitr festival happily and pleasurably with your family members.

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