Auspicious Eid-ul-Fitr Dates And Time in India And Arab Countries

 Auspicious Eid-ul-Fitr Dates And Time in India And Arab Countries

At present, the holy month of Ramadan is going on. The month of Ramadan started in India on March 24 with the sighting of the moon on March 23. Soon the festival of Eid will be celebrated. Eid i.e. For the Muslim community, Eid-ul-Fitr is a very special day. The excitement for Eid is different after a month of fasting. Fasting is practiced during the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, while Eid is held on the first day of the tenth Shawwal. All those who are fasting have finished their fasts by this day.

However, the date of celebrating Eid is finalized according to the sighting of the moon. The day when the moon is visible, that day is called Chand Mubarak. The date of Eid is first announced in Saudi Arabia. In such a situation, let us know when Eid will be celebrated this year.
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The tradition of fasting for 30 days
Muslims fast and worship Allah during Ramadan. Every year, the moon sighting marks the beginning of this 30-day holiday. According to the Islamic calendar, Eid is observed on the first day of the tenth Shawwal of Ramadan (Eid-ul-Fitr 2023 Date in India). Muslims observe a period of holy fasting during Ramadan, one of the holiest months of the year.

Eid-ul-Fitr 2023: Auspicious Date and Time Muhurat 
Beginning sundown of Friday, April 21st 
Ending at sundown on Saturday, April 22nd
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When will Eid be celebrated in India?
According to the Islamic calendar, the date of Eid has been announced in Pakistan. The date of Eid in Pakistan will be 22 April. In India too, Eid is expected to be celebrated on April 22. Ramadan actually began this year in Pakistan as well as other Arab nations. In other words, the first Rose was held in Arab countries on March 23 while it was kept on March 24 in India.

Eid will be observed on April 22 if the moon is visible in India on April 21. There will only be 29 fasts in India in such a case. Whereas a full 30 days will be observed in Pakistan and other Arab countries. 

Why is Eid celebrated?
Eid-ul-Fitr or Eid is the main festival of the Islam religion. It is believed that on this day Prophet Hazrat Muhammad won the battle of Badr. In this happy people celebrate Eid every year. It is believed that Eid-ul-Fitr was celebrated for the first time in 624 AD. This festival promotes peace and brotherhood. On this day people wear new clothes. They offer namaz in the morning in the mosque and pray for peace. 

Eid-ul-Fitr is one of the important festivals for Muslims. On this day people gather in the morning and go for Namaz and then some people read Fatiha. People meet their near and dear ones, sheer is made in people's homes on this special occasion, and friends and family gather and celebrate this festival altogether.

How the festival of Eid is celebrated? 
On the day of Eid, firstly, prayer is offered in the morning. After this, eat dates or something sweet. On this day people wear new clothes and go to the mosque to offer prayers. At the same time, they express happiness by hugging each other. All relatives and friends visit each other's house. Various dishes are made in homes.

Holy Importance of Eid-ul-Fitr
The festival of Eid is very special for the Muslim community. It is a day to thank Allah. Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar. And the tenth month is Shawwal. The first day of Shawwal is celebrated all over the world as the festival of Eid-ul-Fitr. Shawwal means 'the festival of breaking the fast.'

The Sunnah of the Prophet 
The Eid prayer includes some of the following guidelines, which every Muslim should follow— 
1. Before going to pray, take a wash or perform ablution.
2. Use a Miswaak or a toothbrush.
3. Dress to impress on this day.
4. Should apply perfume.
5. Before leaving for the Eid Al-Fitr prayer, eat an odd number of dates. (953 in Sahih Bukhari). 
6. Before offering the Eid prayer, make sure you have paid the Zakat Al-Fitr.
7. Upon leaving for and coming back after Eid prayer, recite  "Takbeerat". 

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