The holy month of Ramadan is going on. It is believed that after Ramadan, the festival of Eid ul Fitr is celebrated throughout the country in order to get the names of Allah. This festival of Eid is celebrated to celebrate the completion of Ramadan. Eid is a day of happiness for Muslims around the world. There are only two happy days in Islam, Eid-ul-Fitr and Eid-ul-Juha. This will be decided by looking at the moon of the last night of Ramadan. The Eid that occurs after the 30-day fast of Ramadan month is called Eid-ul-Fitr or sweet Eid.
Eid ul Fitr is celebrated in Ramadan after observing fast for the whole month. This time sweet Eid will be celebrated on 23 or 24 May. After Ramadan ul Mubarak month, on this happy day of Eid ul Fitr, in the morning, people of the Muslim community gather in Idgah and offer Eid prayers. But as we know that this time in view of Coronavirus and lockdown, people will have to offer Eid prayers in their homes.
It is a duty for every Muslim to pray before Namaz. Under the Fitre, two kilograms of grain per person or its price is given to the poor. Its purpose is that even the poor can celebrate Eid. Eid is the day of receiving a reward from Allah. If you also want to know more about Eid Ul Fitar then consult Muslim molvi ji astrologer who is world-famous.
How is sweet Eid celebrated?
On this day, Kimani sevaiyan, head and milk sevai are specially made in homes. These are divided into each other’s houses. Idi or gifts are given to the children. New clothes are worn. At the same time, the Rosadars offer Eid prayers.
Two Eid of Islam:
Two Eids are celebrated in the religion of Islam. The first sweet Eid is celebrated after the last night of Ramadan month. Secondly, Ramadan is celebrated 70 days after the month, it is called Bakrid. Bakra Eid is considered to be the Eid of Qurbarani. The first sweet Eid is called Eid ul-Fitr and the second goat Eid is called Eid al-Adha.
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