Eid-ul-Fitr


One of the most celebrated Muslim festival, Eid-Ul-Fitr is not even a week away. This day holds a lot of significance, majorly because it marks an end to the holy month of Ramzan, and as per Allah's preaching Muslims are forbidden to fast on this day. As per the scriptures this day was meant to be celebrated with lot of pomp and glory and continues to do so till today.


After observing a stringent fast and a religious schedule Eid is welcomed with a lot of enthusiasm marked with celebrations galore. Most Muslims offer Zakat, which is a charity towards their community during Ramzan, and especially on Eid day, another thoughtful aspect associated with this festival. Zakat is one of the most eminent pillars of Islam and aims at bridging monetary gaps between the community.


Thus, the holy festival symbolizes breaking the fast and everything that's evil within us. Eid-ul-Fitr is celebrated for over three days. In totality Eid propagates harmony and brotherhood and a festival that is enjoyed with much revelry.


Happy Eid

Facts of Eid-ul-Fitr


There are some intrinsic facts about this amazing festival that are both exciting and intriguing. Here's a list of 10 facts for our readers: