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Tuesday, August 30, 2011



Eid-Ul-Fitr festival or Id-Ul-Fitr festival, commonly known as Eid is the most important occasions of Islamic calendar. Id ul Fitr festival is celebrated by Muslim community all over the world with great devotion and joviality. Eid ul Fitr festival denotes the end of 'Ramadan', the month of fasting and beginning of the new month namely 'Shawwal'. On the festive Occasions of Eid Muslim devotees break their fast of Ramzan with special prayer and merriment. On this auspicious Occasions special foods & delicacies are prepared and are distributed to neighbors and friends. The festival of Enid is devoted to the spirit of love, sharing, peace and brotherhood. It is a time to introspect, reflect and reinforce the bond between the Almighty and the faithful.


Eid-Ul-Fitar will be celebrated this year on August 30th, 2011 (depending on new moon). Id-Ul-Fitr is a very important day for Muslims. Id Ul Fitr means 'festival of breaking the fast' and celebrated on the first day after sighting the moon of 'Shawaal' (tenth month of Islamic calendar) that marks the end of the month of Ramadan. During the auspicious month of Ramzan, Muslims observes day long fast and offer special prayers to almighty. Eid festival marks the end of Ramzan and Muslim community all over celebrates this pious festival with utmost devotion. when the period of restraint ends in an extravagant explosion of joie de vivre, festivities and feasting. The devout gather together to offer Eid prayers and greet each other in a rejuvenated spirit of camaraderie. Eid is a day of thanksgiving, of peace, of remembrance, of charity and of forgiveness, celebrated amidst great jubilation once the delicate silver sliver of the crescent moon has been sighted.



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