Know all about Eid-ul-Fitr 2021

Know all about Eid-ul-Fitr 2021

Eid is celebrated after 30 days of Ramadan by looking at the moon. Eid is considered the most sacred and big festival in the religion of Islam, also called Eid-ul-Fitr.

On this day, after going to the mosque and offering namaz, Eid is greeted by hugging each other. It’s a festival promoting brotherhood and praying for Barkat. This year, Eid ul Fitr will be celebrated on 12th May 2021.

According to the Holy Quran, all Muslims in the Pak month of Ramjan keep fasting for a month. Eid is celebrated on the second day after the moon is seen in the evening on the last day after the end of the entire fast,, it is also called sweet Eid because on this day everyone celebrates Eid by feeding each other sweets. Eid happiness is celebrated with great pomp all over the world.

The tradition of fasting

According to the Islamic calendar, when the month of Ramadan comes every Muslim keeps fast to please Allah, and this month does not commit any wrongdoing that will make their Allah angry.

Rosa is a fast in which nothing is eaten and drunk all day. From about 3:30 am to 4:30 am in the morning, a little bit is eaten before offering morning prayers, which is called Sehri.

After Sehri, azaan is prescribed for fasting, in which fasting is started by reciting the dua. After this, nothing is eaten and drunk throughout the day.

Then at 6:30 to 7:00 in the evening, the fast is offered iftar before the evening prayers and the azaan. Date fruit was the most loved fruit of the Prophet, so it is considered special to open fasting with dates.

 Why is Eid ul-Fitr celebrated?

The first Eid ul-Fitr was celebrated by Prophet Muhammad in 624 AD after Jung-e-Badr. Prophet Hazrat Muhammad was conquered in the Battle of Badr. This festival is celebrated in the joy of their victory.

Hazrat Prophet Muhammad is also believed to be the founder of the religion of Islam, who started Islam, during the month of Ramadan the poor are given alms, also known as Zakat (Donation).

Importance of Zakat

Zakat literally means donating. It is the duty of every Muslim in the Pak month of Ramadan to give Zakat as a Fitra to any needy man before Eid. Fitra in which 2 kg and a half hundred grams of grain are given to the needy poor, is called Zakat, which is given in the name of every member of the household.

Some unheard facts about Eid ul Fitr

  • Ramadan means stinging heat. This is an Arabic word.
  • This month is based on the lunar calendar.
  • According to the Islamic calendar, Eid is celebrated twice a year, the first being Eid-ul-Fitr (sweet Eid) and the second Eid-ul-Juha (Bakra Eid).
  • Sunni Mussalmans open the fast after the evening prayers, the same Shia Muslims open the fast after the darkness.
  • According to the Bible, the practice of Roja was before the coming of Islam.
  • According to the Quranic religion, there is a tradition of opening Roza with salt, but Muslim people open their Roza with date palm, the main reason was that Prophet Muhammed opened his Roza with date palm.
  • During Ramadan fasting mostly people find their weight increased because after opening Rosa, they consume excessive food.

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