Tuesday, 25 April 2017

eid al fitr 2017

The literal meaning of Eid is the festive celebration of breaking fast. It is actually a holy festival celebrated to cherish the spirit of Ramzan. This event is a congregation held for the initial three days of Shaban. eid al fitr 2017
Shabaan is the tenth month in the Muslim calendar that comes following Ramzan. The Muslim Hijri calendar targets the movement of the moon. So in the sight of the initial moon after Ramzan is the starting of Eid 2017. At the end of a month of fasting in quest for religious devotion, Eid-al-Fitr comes as a treat. Muslims do not fast on Eid.
Why we celebrate Eid-al-Fitr?
Ramadan is the holy month associated with purification of soul and getting as close to the Lord as possible. During this time, Muslims pray to Allah and read chapters from the Holy Quran to boost their knowledge and faith in the Creator of Mankind. From sunrise to sunset, Muslims do not eat or drink any food items. The time of fasting refrains us from consuming any foods, foul language, sexual intimacy and evil deeds.  
Muslims read Quran regularly daily and complete it on the final day of Ramadan. This whole journey of prayer and knowledge resembles a small boot camp in that the Muslims seek training each year. The training with high rigor and zeal acts as a shield to safeguard them from committing any sins. Fasting makes us feel sympathetic towards those without many resources to enjoy the luxuries of life.
We arrive at feel their hunger and thirst, and the beautiful spirit of empathy grows such as a seed inside our hearts. By fasting, we be more sympathetic to those who find themselves less fortunate. It brings us nearer to the household and community by breaking the fast together and offering Taraweeh respectively. When so much effort enters achieving the blessings of Allah and gaining his forgiveness, a celebration becomes essential thing.  
Eid-al-Fitr comes as a commemoration at the end with this period to generally share happiness and rejoice with the community. It is a merriment of three days for the newly built spiritual connection and cleansing.
How to celebrate Eid-al-Fitr?
Eid-al-Fitr celebrations begin from the sight of the newest moon of Shawaal. The evening (Chaand Raat) symbolizes the beginning of the Eid. Women buy bits of jewelry and bangles with this eve. They adorn their hands with distinct patterns of Henna. From the evening, food preparations for the Eid day begin. eid al fitr 2017  
Various sweets and dishes brighten the Eid day. Eid is a congregation of the whole friends and family. People in different stations reach their home with this joyous occasion to generally share the moments of happiness. On your day of Eid, first, Muslims awaken and provide the pre-dawn prayer Fajr.