Eid-ul-fitr is one of the most auspicious Islamic festivals and is celebrated at the end of Ramadan, the holy month of fasting in the lunar month of Shawwal. Eid-ul-fitr is synonymous with the customary hugging and exchange of gifts. This day also boasts of prayers along special Eid delicacies and celebrations.
Muslims festivals are celebrated around the lunar calendar, and though most of them are in an anticipatory mode awaiting the moon's visibility, they all are celebrated with much fervour.more..
The most anticipated festival- Eid-ul-Fitr is right here, and while you are arranging for the festivities, do not miss on sending your heartfelt wishes to your family and friends.
The customary greeting
used by all, during Eid is "Eid Mubarak". While many countries may have their own colloquial version, "Eid Mubarak" is the most common and widely used across the world.
The term "Eid-Mubarak" stands for "blessed Eid" in Arabic. And on this day the followers visit their family and friends and exchange pleasantries by saying "Eid Mubarak" as part of the culture. more..
Wish your near and dear ones Eid Mubarak with Eid Quotes
Other Islamic Festivals are:
Eid-ul-Adha translates to 'festival of sacrifice' and marks an end to the annual Hajj to Mecca. It also commemorates prophet Ibrahim's insistence of sacrificing his new born to the lord. The same spirit is observed today by sacrificing a lamb or any such animal. Just like any other festival this day is also marked by offering prayers and is known for the lamb dishes prepared by families. Staunch Muslims also share one-third of the sacrificed meat with friends and family as an observance. more.
Eid-ul-Milad celebrates the birth of prophet and is observed in the third month of the Islamic calendar, known as Rabi-al-awwal. This festival is marked my religious processions and chanting of praise for the Prophet.