When Will Eid Be Celebrated In India? Your Ultimate Guide to the exact date, Importance, and History of this Islamic Festival

The anticipated dates for Eid-Ul-Fitr 2023 are April 21 to April 23. Learn all there is to know about the Islamic festival's history, semantics, and festivities.

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When Will Eid Be Celebrated In India? Your Ultimate Guide to the exact date, Importance, and History of this Islamic Festival

Muslims all around the world are getting ready for the final day of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan and the celebration of Eid-Ul-Fitr. The celebration, also known as Meethi Eid or Eid al-Fitr, signals the completion of the holy month of Ramadan when Muslims observe Roza (fasting) from dawn till dark for one month while partaking in religious activities and introspection. One of the biggest holidays in the Islamic calendar is Eid-Ul-Fitr, which is an auspicious day. Muslims conclude their Roza on this day, offer praise to Allah for providing them with health and strength during Ramadan, don new garments, cook special foods, give to the needy, and spend time with their loved ones.

 

Date of Eid-Ul-Fitr 2023 in India:

In accordance with the Islamic calendar, the month of Shawwal, which contains around 29 or 30 days, is when Eid-Ul-Fitr occurs. Since religious authorities' observations of the new moon determine when a lunar Hijri month begins, Eid-Ul-Fitr is observed on different days in different parts of the world. Eid-Ul-Fitr is anticipated to be observed this year from April 21 (Friday) to April 23 (Sunday). The precise date can change depending on the moon's sighting.

Places where Eid is celebrated 

Eid-ul-Fitr 2023 date

all over India

22 April 2023

Saudi Arab

21 April 2023

United Arab Emirates

21 April 2023

Queue

21 April 2023

Algeria

21 April 2023

Bahrain

21 April 2023

Egypt

21 April 2023

Iraq

21 April 2023

Jordan

21 April 2023

Kuwait

21 April 2023

Lebanon

21 April 2023

Sudan

21 April 2023

Syria

21 April 2023

 

History of Eid-ul-Fitr

It is claimed that Prophet Muhammad received the Holy Quran during the month of Ramadan. Muslims observe a fast from sunrise to sunset and focus only on prayer to Allah throughout this holy month. This month comes to its final day with Eid-ul-Fitr. Gatherings include a delicious dinner. This event is observed by Muslims to commemorate the successful end of Ramadan.

Celebrations Include 

Muslims prepare extravagant feasts on Eid-ul-Fitr since they have abstained from eating during the day. Every Muslim home organizes feasts when pulao, saalan, biryani, haleem, nihari, kebabs, kofte, and other foods are made. The traditional seviyan, sheer korma, shahi tukda, and phirni are this day's main attractions. Muslims greet one another while dressed in new clothes.

Traditions of Eid-ul-Fitr

Families gather on Eid-ul-Fitr to dedicate themselves to prayer. Muslims go to mosques to offer their prayers under a clear blur sky.

Wearing a brand-new dress during Eid-ul-Fitr is also traditional.

Additionally, families show their loved ones gifts. Gifts are readily given to friends and family members, despite the fact that children frequently receive the most attention.

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