Happy Eid-ul-Fitar Greetings 2019 is one of the largest holidays of Islam, ending the holy month of Ramadan. It is also called the holiday of breaking. For the faithful Muslims on this day, it is prescribed to indulge in a festive mood, to eat and drink. It is forbidden to observe fasting on an Eid Holiday. According to the history of Islam on these days, Allah (God) sent down the very first verses of the Qur’an to the prophet Muhammad (PBUH). The celebration continues for three days.
On this day, every Muslim must, having performed his ablution and dressed up in festive clothes, visit the mosque for collective prayer. After that, the believers invite relatives and acquaintances to eat at their meal or visit themselves. An important attribute of the holiday is zakat ul-fitr – a donation paid to people in need.
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On Eid holidays, it is customary to visit their parents, the sick, to give them gifts, to go to cemeteries to commemorate the departed. Over their graves, they read excerpts from the Qurann and ask Allah to alleviate their fate. Every Muslim on the day of Eid ul Fitar, first of all, says goodbye to the holy month of Ramadan, when it is possible to tame the passions with the help of fasting, to grow spiritually, to help those in need.