Muslims Celebrate Eid ul Fitr, The End Of Ramadan
Eid ul Fitr Some of the joyous days in the Islamic calendar, Eid al-Fitr, often referred to as Eid ul-Fitr or Eid, is a occasion that marks the End of Ramadan (a holy month of fasting for Muslims).
This 12 months in the Pakistan, Eid al-Fitr will held on mid of the June.
It is celebrated on the 1st three days of Shawwal, the 10th month of the Islamic lunar calendar.
Most of the time, the observance begins with the sighting of the new moon.
Whilst many will wait to look the moon or an announcement from Mecca,and all around the world as per moon sight. the Fiqh Council announce on the base of astronomical calculations.
In keeping with a hadith attributed to Anas ibn Malik.
A associate of the Prophet Muhammad,The 2 fairs of Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha were instituted by the Prophet after his journey from Mecca to Medinah.
“When the Prophet arrived in Medinah, he found people celebrated two specific days in which they used to entertain themselves with recreation and merriment. He asked them about the nature of these festivities to which they replied that these days were occasions of fun and recreation. At this, the Prophet remarked that the Almighty has fixed two days [of festivity] instead of these for you which are better than these: Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha.”
The first Eid al-Fitr was celebrated in 624 CE by the Prophet Muhammad and his companions after the victory of the battle of Jang-e-Badar.
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