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Eid-Ul-Fitr is the most sacred and important festival of Muslims which is commonly known as “Eid”. Eid-Ul-Fitr denotes the ending of fasting month ‘Ramadan’ and commencing the new month of ‘Shawwal’. It is the most sacred festival for Muslims which ends the month long fasting days and devotees offers special prayers to almighty. The festival of Eid is celebrated with great harmony, spirit of love, peace and brotherhood around the world.

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Eid-Ul-Fitr is celebrated at the end of Ramadan which is a ninth month of Islamic Calendar ( September).

Eid-Ul-Fitr is a pious festival which observe with utmost devotion and piousness. The ceremony of keeping the fast and offering prayers can be done with extreme dedication and commitment. According to the Islamic calendar, Ramadan which is the most sacred month of Muslims, has a legendary myth that Prophet Mohammad had a vision in which he got a message from almighty’s messenger Jibril that Allah(God)  wanted people to live. These revealed words then after has written in the holy book “Quran” also. From therefore Promphet Mohammad declare the last day of Ramadan to celebrate as Eid-Ul-Fitr to strengthing the feeling of brotherhood.
During the festival, it is believed that fasting develops the internal strength by self control and is a assured way to meet the Allah (God). Eid is celebrated with great enthusiasm and zeal by different merriment. Special sweets and dishes prepared, everyone adorned with new dresses. Everyone seems busy in celebrating the great festival with joy and happiness. It is not only celebrating in Muslims even Non Muslims are also take participation in making the ceremony grand and high spiritual.

Muslim people offer prayers before break their fast in a Masjid in Mumbai – Salman Ansari.DNA


25 June
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