Eid Al-Fitr in Pakistan
Eid Al-Fitr is a Festival for Muslims to Celebrate at the end of Ramzan. Ramzan is also a Festival in which all Muslims do not eat and drink. They only Worship To ALLAH. The Eid Al -Fitr usually Comes after the 29 or 30 Ramzan. The Variation of the Date of Eid al -Fitr In Pakistan Totally depends on the sighting of the Moon.
Traditions of Eid al-Fitr
Eid al-Fitr is usually called the “Festival of Breaking the Fast.” Muslims are very excited about the Eid AL Fitr. They start their day with Prayers in the mosque and open spaces that offer two Ruka of Salah.
It is usually a Tradition to wear New Clothes and Cooked Sweats Dishes. Exchange of Dishes is also happing in every home. Before Eid days, Rich and average People usually give some money known as ‘Zikat”. Eid is not for Rich People, it is usually for Poor People.
After The Eid Namaz People Greete each other and say “Eid Mubarak”. They Respond to each other “Khair Mubarak”. Parents give hir children Eidi according to their Currency. First, Eid al-Fitr was celebrated in 624 CE by the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH)and his companions after their victory in the battle of Jang-e-Badar.
Eid ul-Fitr in Pakistan’s Traditions
The Special Types of Dishes Cooked On the Eid Days. Mostly Sweet Dishes are prepared in Pakistan. friends and related meet with each other on the day of Eid. They give prayer to each other on this day. In Pakistan, public holidays for Eid ul-Fitr usually last for three days, and Sometimes it will be four days.
Eid ul Fitr Quotes 2022
1. May Allah blesses you with peace and prosperity!! Wish you an Eid al-Fitr.
2. May Allah gives you the strength to overcome every difficulty of life and also give patience.
3. May the almighty shower his blessing on you on this Holy day of Eid al-Fitr. May You be Happy All Time
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