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Eid Ul Fitr Festival, Delhi

History Of Eid-Ul-Fitr Eid-Ul-Fitr is a sacred day in Muslim history celebrated as the most significant festive occasion at the end of the Islamic month Ramadan, with so many religious customs and fervor. Muslims keep fasting for an entire month this is called the month of Ramadan. There is a fascinating history about Eid-Ul-Fitr an important religious holiday celebrated among Muslims worldwide. It has a great belief in religious and cultural activities performed on sacred Islamic festive enthusiastically. Eid Ul Fitr is a sacred festive occasion celebrated with so many religious affairs.

According to the Ahadith, this holy festival was provoked in Madinah after migration. Where Anas stated that: when the prophet Muhammad reached the city of Madinah where he found some people were celebrating the day with lots of fun and joyous memories. Muhammad asked about the merriment and joyous celebration and they replied that these festive occasions are on the special day of Jahilliyah. Then the Prophet Muhammad was Almighty God described two more festivals than these such as Eid-Ul-Fitr and the second one is Eid-ul-Adha.

How to Celebrate Eid-Ul-Fitr

During the month of Ramadan all Muslims fast on daily basis every year. This fasting becomes so special Muslims don’t drink water during fast whole the day. It is really an admirable fasting how do they desire to appease their Allah. During this month they avoid beverages, food, and sexual relations. This month literally provides long exercise time and even helps to boost strength to be obedient to Almighty Allah. Muslims either sick, elder, adult is allowed to fasting, however, some of them doesn’t value religious beliefs doesn’t follow. Some who are pregnant ladies can break the fast, but it is good to know can acquittance each missed day by feeding the poor and needy.

Fasting is good for health, that is considered as a way of spiritual self-purification. According to the historical belief, Eid-ul-Fitr is a religious and joyous festival has a feel of dalliance and enjoyment from last many centuries. Muslims hug each other and distributes sweets among their friends, relatives, and neighbor, etc. All Muslims prepared different types of sweets by mixing dry fruits at their home. This day seems a real wedding ceremony of Muslim king and queen because celebrations are heartwarming and mesmerizing. But the modern time has brought so many changes in general celebrations of Eid-ul-Fitr.

Eid Ul Fitr Festival Date and Day:-

2025 Festival Date: Monday, 31 March

2024 Festival Date: Wednesday, 10 April

2023 Festival Date: Saturday, 22 April

2022 Festival Date: Tuesday, 3 May

2021 Festival Date: Thursday, 13 May

2020 Festival Date: Sunday, 24 May

2019 Festival Date: Wednesday, 5 June

2018 Festival Date: Saturday, 16 June

Type : Islamic

Frequency: Annual

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Eid Ul Fitr Festival, Delhi

History Of Eid-Ul-Fitr

Eid-Ul-Fitr is a sacred day in Muslim history celebrated as the most significant festive occasion at the end of the Islamic month Ramadan, with so many religious customs and fervor. Muslims keep fasting for an entire month this is called the month of Ramadan. There is a fascinating history about Eid-Ul-Fitr an important religious holiday celebrated among Muslims worldwide. It has a great belief in religious and cultural activities performed on sacred Islamic festive enthusiastically. Eid Ul Fitr is a sacred festive occasion celebrated with so many religious affairs.

According to the Ahadith, this holy festival was provoked in Madinah after migration. Where Anas stated that: when the prophet Muhammad reached the city of Madinah where he found some people were celebrating the day with lots of fun and joyous memories. Muhammad asked about the merriment and joyous celebration and they replied that these festive occasions are on the special day of Jahilliyah. Then the Prophet Muhammad was Almighty God described two more festivals than these such as Eid-Ul-Fitr and the second one is Eid-ul-Adha.

How to Celebrate Eid-Ul-Fitr

During the month of Ramadan all Muslims fast on daily basis every year. This fasting becomes so special Muslims don’t drink water during fast whole the day. It is really an admirable fasting how do they desire to appease their Allah. During this month they avoid beverages, food, and sexual relations. This month literally provides long exercise time and even helps to boost strength to be obedient to Almighty Allah. Muslims either sick, elder, adult is allowed to fasting, however, some of them doesn’t value religious beliefs doesn’t follow. Some who are pregnant ladies can break the fast, but it is good to know can acquittance each missed day by feeding the poor and needy.

Fasting is good for health, that is considered as a way of spiritual self-purification. According to the historical belief, Eid-ul-Fitr is a religious and joyous festival has a feel of dalliance and enjoyment from last many centuries. Muslims hug each other and distributes sweets among their friends, relatives, and neighbor, etc. All Muslims prepared different types of sweets by mixing dry fruits at their home. This day seems a real wedding ceremony of Muslim king and queen because celebrations are heartwarming and mesmerizing. But the modern time has brought so many changes in general celebrations of Eid-ul-Fitr.

Eid Ul Fitr Festival Date and Day:-

2025 Festival Date: Monday, 31 March

2024 Festival Date: Wednesday, 10 April

2023 Festival Date: Saturday, 22 April

2022 Festival Date: Tuesday, 3 May

2021 Festival Date: Thursday, 13 May

2020 Festival Date: Sunday, 24 May

2019 Festival Date: Wednesday, 5 June

2018 Festival Date: Saturday, 16 June

Type : Islamic

Frequency: Annual