The Upcoming most awaited festival of Muslim Community is Eid Ul Fitr. Eid is a festival that is unique and full of blessings. Eid ul Fitr is celebrated on 1st Shawal, which is considered the tenth month of Muslim calendar. Eid is regarded as one of the best events to spend time with your loved ones and exchange gifts with each other. It is the day of forgiveness as well. Muslim all around the world forgives everyone for hat they have done with them and by that they receive God’s Closeness.
Eid Ul Fitr is a Gift to all the Muslims By All Mighty Allah. After fasting in the whole month of Ramadan, they get a gift from God that is named as Eid Ul Fitr, that is a day of happiness, a day of love, a day of sharing gifts and a day of forgiveness.
Obligations and Duties on Muslims
Eid is the Muslim’s Religious feast day which encourages them all to forget all the differences based on caste, creed and wealth as according to Prophet PBUH teachings all are equal in the eyes of God. Remembering this teaching they forgive everyone by regretting all hostilities, that had occurred throughout the year.
Along with all these facts, Eid also comes with some obligations and duties for Muslim. First and for most, they thank God for giving them this occasion and helped them by providing them strength to Fast in the whole month of Ramadan. Muslims are also obligated to give Charity on the Day of Eid so it becomes helpful for the people that are needy and they can also spend their Eid happily like others. On the day of Eid, Muslims gather in their mosques or their Apartment grounds to perform their Eid prayer, after that they all wish each other by saying Eid Mubarak to each other before departing for their way to wish their family and friends.
Tradition of Visiting Graves of their loved ones
According to a Muslim tradition, all the family members visit the graves of their loved ones that have passed away. They perform the rituals over there and pray for their soul to rest in peace as well as they pray God that whatever sins have been done by their loved ones whether intentionally or unintentionally, they pray God to forgive them for all that. This Tradition was derived from Prophet PBUH as he used to visit his Mother’s Grave on the festival of Eid after offering his Eid prayer and asked God to forgive him and prayed for his soul to depart in peace.
Eid: The Best Day for Social gathering
Eid with their family and friends. Hence this day hold a great significance for social gatherings as different families with different backgrounds spent time with each other and this led the exchange of thoughts and sharing of different cultural information with each that increases acceptance for each other and promote pluralism.
Blessings Of Eid
Besides all that, there is bliss and joy on the day of Eid. Eid ul Fitr is a great blessing of Almighty Allah for all the Muslims around the world. It brings happiness and peace all around the world. Eid is a festival that is curiously waited by all the Muslims around the world as it brings lots of Blessings Of Allah and is regarded as a day of happiness, blessings and the end of the Holy Month Of Ramadan.