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Eid ul Fitr around the World – Events – 2020

Eid ul Fitr is a festival which is celebrated all over the world. Meaning of “Eid ul Fitr” is the “festival of breaking the fast”. This day is the symbol of the completion of the month of Ramadan for the Muslim community.

This festival is celebrated for 3 days in Muslim countries. Eid is celebrated a day after the new moon. The first day of Eid may carry from country to country due to the difference in geographical location. In some locations, the crescent moon can be witnessed early while in others it may be seen after one day. It is the responsibility of local religious authorities to announce the day of Eid. This decision is made after getting many testimonials of local people from different locations. The day initiates with a congregational prayer when big crowds are gathered in the mosque to offer the Eid prayer. After that, a sermon is delivered in which the importance of Eid and teachings of Islam regarding this day are discussed. It is a great feeling for all the Muslims who then congratulate each Muslim fellow. It is mandatory for all Muslims to visit their relatives and take their blessings. Variety of sweets and dishes are made in homes. Every Muslim would wear new clothes especially the children. After each visit to their relative’s home, children expect their elders to give them gifts and money which doubles their joy on that day.

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Unfortunately, this coming Eid won’t be celebrated with that zeal and zest as it was celebrated before. The reason is none other than Coronavirus pandemic. Even in many countries like Oman, Saudia and Egypt, Eid Prayer has been cancelled. These are very tough times for all the Muslims who wanted to celebrate this day with their relatives but are bound to stay at home for the safety of the whole Muslim community.

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