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Eid al Fitr/ Eid ul Fitr ('इद उल फितर')

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Eid ul Fitr/ Eid ul Fitr ('इद उल फितर')

Eid Ul Fitr, Eid al Fitr: Dates may Vary

Based on the beauty and size of the moon, Eid ul Fitr festival's grace is truly in the hands of nature. It may be a different day to celebrate ID in the country or the world as well. if you are in doubt about this day, please contact the nearest mosque or Muslim Social Committees. Ramadan ends from the day of ID and it has already been accepted last year's evaluation of this year.

Let us talk about Eid in our periphery today, in Hamro Library.

Islam's great festival of 'Id ul Fitr' falls on the last day of holy Ramadan. The size of the moon is very important in the determination of this festival, therefore, in the evening, the last day of Ramadan, everyone sees 'Half Moon (Hizal)' in the evening and when the 'Hizal' is seen in the sky, only Ramadan will end with  the beginning of the ID-Ul-Fitr festival.

This is an enthusiasm, victory, and festival of equality where every family and community are filled with a smile in the eyes of the poor as well as rich, and good wishes of virtue, and they exchange the good wishes by hugging one another.

Muhammad Sallallahu Alayhi Wa Clallam, the founder of Islam religion, is believed to have been the manifestation of the sacred texts of the Holy Quran. Throughout this month, it is believed that there is a closure of entire doors of the Hell, and all the doors of heaven are open, and therefore, it is also called the month of Allah.

On the day of Eid, Islamists will try new clothes after they take a bath, otherwise by wearing the best clothes among their clothes, they will meet in the nearby mosque for special prayer and praying to Allah. They go to the prayer meeting by pronouncing Tawakir, 'the glory of Allah', throughout the way. On their way to Masjid, it is a custom to exchange the best bishes with all. There is a tendency to use different paths while going to prayer and returning back home, if possible.
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After prayer, families gather collectively together and are welcomed in a delightful and ecstatic atmosphere. One interesting fact is that they exchange greetings and best wishes together under the open sky. For children, this festival should be more special because people give them delicious food, clothes, and playing gadgets, which are called Eid's Idi ( ईदको ईदि  ), which are rightfully given to them. In some places, the children decorate the house with different colors and membrane cloths and paper-made designs and colors that make it even more fun.

The special kind of devotional song (bhajan) on Eid's day is called Salat, which has two attributes or parts. These songs are played/ sung in a group or in an open house or place. People sing devotionally by putting their hands into ears by saying, "Allah HU Akbar!" which means that "Allah is the most important one."

In Nepal, on this day, issuing a formal message, the government, various organizations and political parties, wish Muslim brothers and sisters. Islamist rites are found especially in the sense that Islam and religions have special proximity to each other and so, wealthy as well as poor people can remember God by celebrating the same festival.

This festival encourages the exchange of brotherhood, peace and good wishes. Congratulations on excitement and enthusiasm of this great festival ID UL Fitr. Best wishes from Hamro Library.

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