Islamic festival Eid ul Fitr is considered to be one of the most awaited and hence one of the most important religious festival that is celebrated by Muslims worldwide. This occasion is the hallmark of ending of the blessed month of the Ramadan that is the Islamic holy month of fasting. This is the only day after Ramadan on which the Muslims don't have to put them in the fast. This day commences in terms of the celebrations of the conclusion of the 29 or 30 days of dawn-to-sunset fasting just as during the one whole month of Ramadan.
Importance of Islamic Festival Eid ul Fitr 2018:
On the day of Eid-ul-Fitr, this day is mentioned to be the first day of the month of Shawal. It is to be mentioned that the date at the time of the beginning of any lunar Hijri month hence varies that based on the observation of new moon by local religious authorities. In simple, we would say that the actual date for the celebration of the Eid will be varied on the basis of the locality decision. Within so many countries this day is generally celebrated on the same day as Saudi Arabia. But now in Pakistan, it is celebrated on different days.
How To Perform Eid ul Fitr Prayers?
As regard, the prayers of the Islamic festival Eid ul Fitr has been mentioned it consists of the two Rakats (units) and generally offered in an open field or large hall. Moreover, it is often included with the additional extra six Takbirs. It is all set with the three of them in the beginning of the first raka'ah and afterward three of them just before Ruku' in the second raka'ah. This religious occasion holds the great sum of importance in Islamic society.
How Muslims Celebrate Eid ul Fitr?
Muslims wait around for this Eid the whole year. The arrival of the Ramadan brings along with it the happiness of welcoming Eid ul Fitr as well. This Eid is often named up as "Small Eid". Muslims welcome it with great zeal and zest. They start the day by wearing special clothes which they have purchased for this day. Islamic Festival Eid ul Fitr is celebrated for 3 days constantly. After offering the Eid prayers the Muslims meet each other and wish them with the best greetings of Eid ul Fitr. Muslims visit each other houses and exchange gifts. Women cook various sweet dishes for the guest that marks the arrival of the happiness celebrations. Some of the Muslims even add up their houses with the beautiful decorations of the lightning so make other learn that how much they are happy for the arrival of Eid-ul-Fitr!
So this was all about the Eid ul Fitr 2018! Now as we all know that Ramadan is just about to start off on 14th June 2018 so all the Muslims would be excitedly waiting around for the arrival of Eid ul Fitr 2018!