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Eid Al-Fitr 2024: Find all you need to know here.

April 11, 2024, is Meethi Eid (also known as Eid al-Fitr).One of the largest holidays in Islam is Eid al-Fitr.

Following nearly a month of fasting during Ramadan, people joyfully celebrate Eid. Meethi Eid is another name for Eid Ul Fitr.

Every year, on the first day of Shawwal 10, Eid ul Fitr is observed in accordance with the Islamic calendar. On April 11, 2024, Edi Al Fitra will be observed with great joy and devotion. The lunar sighting determines the celebration of Eid. After making their prayers to Allah, people spend the day with their loved ones.

Date of Eid Ul Fitra:

The precise date of the holiday is determined by the moon’s sighting. However, in Kerala, Eid-Ul-Fitr is customarily observed one day earlier than in other parts of the nation because the moon sighting observes the Islamic calendar and is contingent upon the moon’s actual sighting in Saudi Arabia.

Similar to this, the grand mufti of Kashmir announces the start of the festival according to the period of moon sightings.

The origins of Eid al-Fitr:

These five tenets are considered to be especially important to observe on this holiday in Islam. This includes the Hajj pilgrimage, namaz-giving, faith, fasting, and zakat. It is thought that the first recorded celebration of Eid took place in 624 AD. Eid ul Fitr was instituted by Prophet Muhammad.

It Is thought that the first recorded celebration of Eid took place in 624 AD. Eid ul Fitr was instituted by Prophet Muhammad. It is said that on this day in history, Prophet Hazrat Muhammad won the Battle of Badr.

People expressed their happiness at the Prophet’s achievement by giving out sweets. Commemorated by preparing a large assortment of dishes.

Meethi Eid has been celebrated annually in Bakrid ever since. On this day, Muslims thank Allah for the Quran and celebrate the conclusion of Ramadan.

How do people celebrate Eid al-Fitr?

1. Begin with a holy bath.

2. On the morning of Eid, namaz is performed.

3. Following their prayers, people give each other hugs and wish each other a happy Eid.

4. Women make sweets in their houses using a lot of dry fruits, such as vermicelli.

5. People visit the mosque for Namaz and dress in fresh attire.

6. When they get home, they share that delightful meal with their friends and family in addition to eating it themselves.

7. It is the day to express appreciation to Allah through a variety of rituals, like feeding the hungry, giving away clothing and money, making donations, and giving up a harmful habit in order to appease Allah.

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