Eid ul

Eid Ul Fitr

Eid ul-Fitr is one holy festival for Muslims, which marks end of Holy Month, Ramadhan. It is an Arabic word, juvenile amalgamation of Eid and Fitr, which means festivity and the breaking of fast, respectively. The festival is celebrated on the conclusion of the fasting during the month of Ramadhan. This joyful and blissful day is celebrated to give thanks to Almighty for his blessings in the holy month of Ramadhan. Muslim grace with presence at the congregational prayer service that held in the morning. Eid-ul-Fitr has a meticulous Islamic prayer, which consists of two raka’ah or simply units in a large hall or an open field. Muslims of all age group wear new clothes, cook some delicious and tasty food, and invite relative, friends and neighbors to celebrate the auspicious day with them. Fasting in Ramadhan encourages sympathy for needy and hungry and motivates Muslims to donate very generously to all underprivileged. According to Muslim belief, they are commanded by Almighty God to do the fasting until the conclusion of Ramadhan as mentioned in Holy Qur’an and also pay Zakat-al-fitr before offering the Eid prayer.

The Eid Festival is a joint effort of varied community organization from the Detroit/Dearborn Metropolitan area, to swarm a cultural, educational and entertaining and educational occasion for the community all through the yearly celebration of Eid-ul-Fitr. Eid-ul-Fitr is a celebration concluding the Islamic blessed month of Ramadan, in which Muslims are required to fast in all days of Ramadhan from dawn to dusk, refraining from beverages, foods, assisting the underprivileged and engaging in some kind of community services. The advantages of this form of fasting helps in strengthening and increasing moral character, appreciating the everyday blessings of food and beverages, and sympathizing with the person who are less fortunate or underprivileged. In the social sense people celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr by visiting to relatives and neighbor homes and exchanging warm greetings like ‘Eid Mubarak’. The exchange of such kind of greetings is part of cultural tradition and not the religious obligation.

Before the arrival of Islam in the Arab world, there is a talk about Eid festival as yawn al-sabasab and yawn al-sab and some other mentions among the Arab. The Israelites had also festivals as well but it is evident from Old Testament and some other scriptures that these festivals ascertained more to commemorating certain days of history. The festival Eid-ul-Fitr was first originated by the last prophet of Islam, the Prophet Muhammad and occur on the first of month of Shawwal, after the end of holy month of fasting, the Ramadhan, in which Muslims undergo fasting for a period of one month.

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