Eid Ul Fitr

Celebrating The Islamic Festival Of Eid Al Fitr - 1st of Shawwal (1440 AH)

Story Highlights
  • What is Eid ul Fitr
  • Eid ul Fitr Celebrations
  • Eid ul Fitr Prayer Timings 2019
  • Eid ul Fitr Moon Sighting
  • Happy Eid Mubarak Wishes

Eid ul Fitr, also known as Eid or Id al Fitr, is an Islamic festival celebrated by Eid al-Fitr Muslims worldwide as a religious holiday on the 1st of Shawwal. This Eid is one of the two Muslim Eids, the second being Eid ul Adha celebrated two months later in Dhu Al-Hijjah.

The Muslim religious festival of Eid Ul Fitr is observed annually on the 1st date of the Islamic month of Shawwal. With the sighting of Eid or Shawwal month moon, the festival marks an end to Ramadan – the Muslim month of Fasting. Eid ul Fitr festivities continue for three days, with all the days being a public holiday in the majority of the Muslim countries.

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When is Eid ul Fitr ?

Eid al-Fitr in Pakistan will begin in the evening of Wednesday, 12 May and ends in the evening of Saturday, 15 May Dates may vary. Eid Ul Fitr is taking place on Wednesday, 5th June. The religious festival will be celebrated with great zeal and fervor in the Middle East, South Asia, Southeast Asia, Europe, and African countries. This is a tentative date as the confirmed date is dependent on the sighting of the Eid ul Fitr crescent moon on the 29th or 30th night of Ramadan.

The sighting of the crescent moon will mark the arrival of Eid and the 1st day of the Islamic month of Shawal.

On Islamic Hijri calendar, Eid falls on 1st of Shawwal, 1440 AH – marking Eid al Fitr 1440 Hijriyah.

Eid Ul Fitr Moon Sighting

The moon sighting for Eid Ul Fitr starts on the 29th night of Ramadan. The sighting of new moon’s crescent will mark the start of the new Islamic month of Shawwal and the announcement of Eid Ul Fitr tomorrow on Wednesday, May 12.

Eid ul Fitr: All You Need To Know

There are two Muslim Eids celebrated annually, Eid Ul Fitr and Eid ul Adha.

Eid Ul Fitr is an Islamic festival, celebrated on the first day of the tenth Islamic month of Shawwal. The festival denotes the end of the 29 or 30 days fasting month, known as Ramadan. As per Muslim belief, the religious festival of Eid is a reward of Allah gifted to the entire Muslim community for their worship and fasting in the previous month of Ramadan.

Eid ul Fitr is also known as: Festival of Breaking The Fast, Smaller Eid, Choti Eid, Sweet Eid, Id Al-Fitr, The Lesser Eid!

Muslims all over the month celebrate Eid Ul Fitr with religious fervor and grand celebrations. The festivities of this 3-day festival start right after the Eid prayers when Muslims greet each other with customary Eid Mubarak greetings with a formal embrace. Sweet dishes are mostly made as Eid breakfast starters, followed by family get-togethers and dining feasts with friends and loved ones. Wearing new perfumed clothes, ladies getting henna art on hands, and rejoicing as a united Muslim community – are some of the common Eid traditions.

History of Eid Ul Fitr

The Islamic religious festival of Eid Ul Fitr originates from the time of Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). According to Islamic traditions, there were several festivals celebrated in Madina after Prophet Muhammad’s migration from Mecca to Medina.

Hazrat Anas (R.A), one of the closest and sincere companions of the Holy Prophet reports:

When Muhammad arrived in Medina, he found the inhabitants celebrating different festivals for entertainment and cheer. He asked the inhabitants about the background and nature of these merriments at which they answered that they celebrate this and this day, this and this week of the year for fun and recreation. On this Hazrat Muhammad commanded that God has fixed two days of festivity rather than these for you which are superior to these: Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha

According to another Islamic tradition, the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) asked his followers to pass the month of Ramadan in fasting, worships, and prayers – and end it with festive celebrations of Eid ul Fitr.

So this is how Eid ul Fitr originated. The three-day long Eid celebrations end the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, Ramadan, and begins the tenth Islamic month of Shawwal.

With the festival of Eid al-Fitr, Muslims thank Allah for the Quran which was revealed in the last nights of Ramadan; for the life, strength, and worship and fasting opportunity that Allah gave them to fulfill the obligatory acts of Ramadan.

Eid Ul Fitr Moon Sighting

The sighting of the Eid Ul Fitr moon is an important phase when Muslim scholars and Selenologers look for the slightest crescent of the moon.

The Islamic calendar, known as the Hijri Calendar, is based on the lunar calendar which follows the cycle of the moon. This is because Allah has mentioned in Surah Yonus of the Holy Quran (10:5), that the sun defines day and night only, while the moon measures the months and years.

Following Allah’s commandments, Muslims determine the dates of the Islamic months according to the sighting of the moon, and same is the case with Eid Ul Fitr which comes right after the moon sighting of the 10th Islamic month of Shawwal.

Eid Ul Fitr moon sighting starts on the 29th and 30th nights of the month of Ramadan. The aim is to search for the first crescent of the new moon.

If the new moon crescent is sighted on the 29th Ramadan night, the next day is Eid ul Fitr which also means the arrival of the new Islamic month of Shawwal.

If the crescent moon is not sighted on the 29th Ramadan night, then Eid ul Fitr falls after the 30th night of Ramadan.

Note: Each Islamic month consists of 29 or 30 days. If new moon’s crescent is sighted on the 29th day, the old month ends and the new month starts. If not, then the new month starts after the completion of the previous month’s 30 days.
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Eid Ul Fitr: Rituals & Observances

Eid Al Fitr is one of the most important Islamic religious festivals. It comes towards the end of the heavenly month of Ramadan and marks an end to fasting. The holiday falls on the first day of the 10th Islamic month on the Hijri lunar calendar. (In , that is June 5).

Since the long stretch of Ramadan is linked to fasting, Eid Al Fitr is a day of celebration with no fasting at all. From now onwards, the ban on eating or drinking from dawn till sunset is lifted.

On this day, Muslims are urged to dress in their best outfits and go to Eid prayer at the mosque. Before the prayers, Muslims make a charity (the Zakat Al Fitr), mostly in the form of cash which is distributed to the poor. Following the Eid prayers, there are grand celebrations within the Muslim community with everyone greeting Happy Eid to each other and enjoying family get-togethers.

Sadaqatul-Fitr (Doing Charity on Eid Ul Fitr)

Sadaqatul-Fitr, also known as Zakat al-Fitr, is a charity given to the poor in the society at the end of last Ramadan. It is an Eid obligation on every Muslim as long as he/she has enough wealth to do so. The main purpose of this act is to help the poor celebrate the festival of Eid, enabling them to purchase new clothes and delve into the Eid festivities.

Sadaqat ul Fitr is compulsory on every adult and responsible Muslim, who owns at least 613.35 grams of silver or its equivalent, either in the form of goods, money, or other items. Every person who owns such wealth, have to pay Sadaqatul Fitr on behalf of himself and on behalf of his minor children to a poor family. For each person, the prescribed amount of Sadaqatul Fitr is 1.75 kilograms of wheat or it’s equivalent money.

Doing charity on Eid ul Fitr is obligatory on every adult male and female Muslim. He/She has to pay both for themselves as well as his/her minor children if they have one.

According to Sunnah of the Prophet Muhammad, Sadaqatul Fitr should only be paid to the person who is entitled to receive Zakah. The donation must be made before the Eid ul Fitr prayer (anytime between last Ramadan night and the Eid morning prayer).

Eid Ul Fitr Prayer

Eid Ul Fitr Prayer, also known as Eid Ul Fitr Namaz or Salat al-Eid, is the special prayer offered to commemorate the festival traditionally in a large congregation. The prayer is usually offered in a grand Jamia mosque, Eid Gah, or large empty field with thousands of Muslims in attendance.

The Eid ul Fitr prayer consists of two rak’ah, with the addition of six takbirs. Three of the takbirs are performed at the beginning of the first rak’ah, and the remaining takbirs before ruku’ in the second rak’ah.

Here’s how to perform the Eid Ul Fitr Prayer:

First Rakaat

  • First, make the Niyyah for Eid ul Fitr prayer by reciting “I intend to perform Eid prayer behind the imam and doing two Rakat and six Takbeers”.
  • Follow the imam beginning the prayer raising both hands up to the ears and saying Takbeer-e-Tahrima (Allahu Akbar). This is the first takbeer to enter the Eid Salah.
  • Recite Thana’ (Subhanak Allahumma…)
  • Takbeer, say Allahu Akbar with the imam, then let the hands down – leaving them earthwards
  • Takbeer, say Allahu Akbar with the imam, then let the hands down – leaving them earthwards
  • Takbeer, say Allahu Akbar with the imam, then fold your arms and listen to the imam reciting Surah Fatiha and a Surah.
  • The rest of the Rak’ah will be performed in the normal way.

Second Rakaat

  • As you rise for the second Rak’ah, you should stand straight and fold your arms as usual. Listen to the recitation of Fatihah and a Surah.
  • Takbeer, say Allahu Akbar with the imam, then let the hands down – leaving them earthwards
  • Takbeer, say Allahu Akbar with the imam, then let the hands down – leaving them earthwards
  • Takbeer, say Allahu Akbar with the imam, then let the hands down – leaving them earthwards
  • Takbeer, say Allahu Akbar with the imam, but this time you have to go into the Ruku (the bowing position).
  • The rest of the Rak’ah will be performed in the normal way.

Eid ul Fitr Khutbah

Eid ul Fitr Khutbah, also known as The Adress of Eid ul Fitr, is Sunnah and delivered after the Eid prayer. All the believers have to peacefully listen to the Khutbah.

The Imam begins the Khutba by reciting the Takbeer “Allahu Akbar” nine times and begins the second Khutbah after a short pause by reciting the Takbeer seven times.

After the Eid sermon, there’s a grand Dua by the Muslim community, followed by greetings and Eid Mubarak wishes to each other.

Eid ul Fitr: Celebrations & Traditions

Eid Al-Fitr signifies “Feast of the Fast-Breaking.” It is a three-day Islamic festival, and a public, national, and religious holiday in all the Muslim countries. In non-Muslim countries, holidays are given to the Muslim community by the government.

Preparations for Eid ul Fitr

The preparations for Eid ul Fitr start in the last ten days of Ramadan. During this time, there’s a grand rush of people in the market, who are here with their families to purchase new Eid clothes and gifts for themselves and for their loved ones.

As the days leading to Eid come closer, more and more people rush to the nearby markets for shopping. During this phase, the markets are open 24/7 for the visitors especially in Asian countries where markets remain jam-packed throughout the day.

Purchasing New Clothes

Wearing new clothes on Eid ul Fitr is a common tradition associated with this Islamic festival. Muslim men prefer dressing in a thobe, shalwar kameez or fancy kurta. Muslim women adore dresses with beautiful embroidery and colorful prints. They adore their hands and feet with Henna art and wear bangles and jewelry on this day of rejoicing.

Nowadays, both men and women beauty parlors are filled with a great rush of young men and ladies who come here for beauty facials and getting a nice hairdo for Eid.

The Night Before Eid ul Fitr

The night before Eid ul Fitr, known as the Night of Reward or Lailat ul Jaiza, is spent by making duas to Allah and offering supplications. While some people are busy shopping for the Eid festivities during this night, the other group remains involved in worships and prayers.

The Muslim community gives a lot of importance to this night because it had been the practice of Prophet Muhammad to worship during this night. In one of the hadiths, the Prophet Muhammad has urged the believers to worship during this night because it is the night when Allah bestows his endless rewards and answers all the prayers of His people.

Getting Ready On Eid ul Fitr Morning & Performing Eid Prayers

Muslims wake up early in the morning to prepare themselves for the Eid celebrations. Every member of the household goes for an early morning bath followed by the wearing of new clothes perfumed with beautiful scents.
Both Muslim men and women head to nearby Jamia mosque for the offering of Eid prayers followed by listening of the Eid Khutba and making dua behind the Imam.
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Greeting “Happy Eid Mubarak” & Embracing Each Other

Right after the Eid Ul Fitr prayers, Muslims warmly embrace each other 3 times with Eid Mubarak greetings. There are chants of Happy Eid Mubarak everywhere. The environment is filled with love, joy, happiness, and laughter – which are the main aspects of Eid.

The religious festival is enriched with devotion, glory, and greetings. Differences and disputes are solved, everyone hugs each other – forgetting the caste and status, and there’s a message of peace, unity, and brotherhood love.

Preparing Sweet Dishes

Preparing sweet dishes and desserts is a common Eid ul Fitr tradition in every Muslim family. The women of the household prepare traditional Eid sweet dishes like Sheer Khurma, Kheer, and Falooda which are later enjoyed by the whole family and distributed among neighbors. Sweet dishes make Eid festival even more sweet and beautiful!

Later in the day, there are grand Eid ul Fitr dining parties which include lamb, chicken and rice dishes.

Giving Gifts

Giving gifts to younger ones is another Eid ul Fitr tradition observed by the Muslim community. The elders of the family, present different Eid gifts to each of the youngsters. The Eid gifts (known as Eidi) mostly include fresh and crispy currency notes packed in an envelope, Eid cards, and new outfits.

The youngest kids of the household wait impatiently for this moment, as they love gathering money and lots of gifts from their elders. The Eid money is later spent by the kids in purchasing toys, going to the cinema and watching their favorite Eid movies, or purchasing favorite accessories from the market.

Parties & Family Gatherings

Eid ul Fitr, a festival spreading love and happiness, provides a great platform for family get-togethers. In Muslim families, there’s an Eid custom of visiting each others house or gathering together at one place. The family reunions on Eid help in refreshing old relations that may have become strained due to lack of communication. Both the elders and youngsters get the chance to meet and bond with their loved ones.

The Eid family gatherings include several activities like playing games together, involving in jolly conversations with each other, and enjoying Eid dinners together.

Going on A Picnic

Eid ul Fitr is a public holiday, which means both working professionals and students have three days off from their tough schedules. Availing this opportunity to their advantage, many families head to recreation spots and rejuvenate their souls with lots of laughter, joy, and wonderful lifetime memories.

On the whole, Eid-ul-Fitr is an event of incredible festivity and thanksgiving to Allah for giving us to observe the long stretch of fasting. Muslims celebrate this event with loved ones, enjoying sweet luxuries, wearing new outfits, and greeting each other with Eid gifts and wishes.

Eid Ul Fitr: Prayer Timings In Different Countries Across The Globe

The time for Eid-ul-Fitr prayer or Salat Al-Eid beings when the sun reaches about two meters above the horizon.

Eid al Fitr Prayer Time in UAE

For all the top regions in UAE, the Eid Ul Fitr prayer timings range between 5:40am and 5:50am. It means you have to reach the mosque earliest by 5:15am to get sufficient space for sitting and performing the Eid prayers. Have a look at the latest updated list for Eid prayer times in UAE:

  • Eid al Fitr Prayer Time in Dubai, UAE is 5:45am.
  • Eid al Fitr Prayer Time in Abu Dhabi, UAE is 5:50am.
  • Eid al Fitr Prayer Time in Sharjah, UAE is 5:44am.
  • Eid al Fitr Prayer Time in Ajman, UAE is 5:45am.
  • Eid al Fitr Prayer Time in Ras Al Khaimah (RAK), UAE is 5:41am.
  • Eid al Fitr Prayer Time in Fujairah, UAE is 5:41am.
  • Eid al Fitr Prayer Time in Al Ain, UAE is 5:45am.
  • Eid al Fitr Prayer Time in Al Dhafrah, UAE is 5:55am

Eid al Fitr Prayer Time in Doha (Qatar)

In Doha, the Eid al Fitr prayer will be performed at 4.58am – 5.00am in all mosques of the city. The latest Eid prayer timing announced by Doha Ministry of Awqaf and Islamic Affairs is 15 minutes after sunrise which converts to 4.58am or 5.00am exact.

Eid al Fitr Prayer Time in Bahrain

The EID ul Fitr prayer time will be at 5:40am – 5:45am in all the four governorates of Bahrain.

Eid al Fitr Prayer Time in Maldives

This year, the Eid Ul Fitr prayer in the Maldives will be offered between 7:00am to 7:05am.

Eid al Fitr Prayer Time in Kuwait

In Kuwait, the Eid al Fitr prayer will be performed at 5:05am – 5:15am at various community mosques in different cities.

Eid al Fitr Prayer Time in Oman

In Oman, the Eid al Fitr prayer time ranges between 5:05am – 5:15am at various mosques across the country.

Eid ul Fitr Prayer Time in Saudi Arabia

In Saudi Arabia, Eid ul Fitr prayer is announced to be offered earlier (as soon as the sun rises). So, this year in , Eid prayer timings in KSA range between 5:00am and 6:00am, depending on the region and city.

  • Eid al Fitr Prayer Time in Makkah, KSA is 6:00am
  • Eid al Fitr Prayer Time in Jeddah, KSA is 6:00am
  • Eid al Fitr Prayer Time in Riyadh, KSA is 5:20am
  • Eid al Fitr Prayer Time in Dammam, KSA is 5:05am

Eid Ul Fitr Prayer Time in Pakistan

Eid ul Fitr is celebrated with great religious spirit in the Islamic Republic of Pakistan. The timings of Eid prayer vary from region to region. Here’s a quick list showing the Eid Ul Fitr prayer timings for different cities of Pakistan.

  • Eid Ul Fitr Prayer Time in Lahore, PK ranges from 7:00am to 8:30am. The most repeated timing for Eid prayer around the city is 7:30am.
  • Eid Ul Fitr Prayer Time in Karachi, PK ranges from 6:15am to 9.30am. The most repeated timing for Eid prayers across the city is 8:00am
  • Eid Ul Fitr Prayer Time in Islamabad, PK ranges from 6:30am to 8:00am. The most repeated timings for Eid prayers across the capital city’s mosques are 7:00am and 8:00am.

Eid Ul Fitr FAQs: Discussion Questions and Answers

Eid ul Fitr , the grand celebration day for Muslims, is almost here. It’s an Islamic religious festival celebrated after the end of Ramadan and at the beginning of Shawwal month. It’s an event which is observed with great religious spirit and fervor by the Muslim community around the world. You will find every one greeting each other with Happy Eid Mubarak Wishes and Muslim men embracing.

But do you know why Muslims celebrate Eid? What does the term “Eid Mubarak” means? Where’s Eid mentioned in the Quran? Here are the discussion question answers about Eid ul Fitr which will surely help you understand the festival in a clear and explicit manner. You can use these questions for Eid quiz as well.

Why we celebrate Eid ul Fitr?

Muslims celebrate Eid ul Fitr to thank Allah for blessing them with an opportunity to observe the holy month of Ramadan and making them capable of fasting. Muslim celebrate Eid ul Fitr to express their gratitude to Allah for giving them enough power to fulfill their Ramadan obligatory acts, offer daily prayers, and precious time to ask for the forgiveness of their sins.

The purpose of celebrating Eid ul Fitr also lies in the teachings of Holy Prophet (PBUH), who brought this festival into existence on the commandments of Allah. From the hadith of Prophet Muhammad, it becomes clear that Eid ul Fitr is not something which is fabricated or created by Muslims on their own. Rather it is a blessing and a special gift from Allah to His people so that they can rejoice and celebrate after the month of Ramadan.

How to celebrate Eid ul Fitr?

Eid Ul Fitr should be celebrated by fulfilling your Eid obligations, thanking Allah for His blessings, and spending a time of joy and happiness with your loved ones. Here is the list of main things and practices which you follow to celebrate Eid ul Fitr in a true religious style:

Take a refreshing bath from the Eid prayers. Taking Eid morning bath, also known as Eid Ghusl is a Sunnah of Holy Prophet (PBUH) and every Muslim should follow the same practice to celebrate Eid.

After doing Ghusl, the believer should put on new clothes. If new clothes are not available, wear the best clothes that you have in your wardrobe. Wearing neat and tidy clothes, perfuming them with a beautiful scent and doing best preparations for Eid prayers is a recommended act by Muslim scholars.

Doing charity on Eid, known as Sadaqat ul Fitr or Zakat ul Fitr, is an Eid obligation on every adult male and female Muslim. It should be done before Eid prayer so that the poor and less fortunate ones in the society can also delve into the joys and happiness of Eid.

The second major Eid obligation which must be fulfilled to celebrate Eid is performing the Eid prayer. With your Eid prayer, you thank Allah for His endless blessings and also fulfill the Sunnah of Holy Prophet (PBUH), who used to offer early morning Eid prayers with his companions.

To celebrate Eid ul Fitr, every believer must recite the Eid Takbir for maximum times, as it was one of the great Eid sunnahs. The recitation of Eid Takbir should quit when imam delivers the Eid khutba and leads the Eid prayers.

Attending family get-togethers, spending time with your family, presenting gifts to children and younger ones, greeting and embracing Muslim brethren, and exchanging love and happiness – are some of the other amazing ways to celebrate Eid al Fitr.

Is Eid ul Fitr Tomorrow?

Eid ul Fitr is tomorrow on Wednesday, 5th June . The festival falls tomorrow after the announcement of Eid ul Fitr moon sighting on the last 29th night of Ramadan. Tomorrow will be 1st of Shawwal and Eid ul Fitr.

Is Eid ul Fitr mentioned in Quran?

Eid ul Fitr is mentioned nowhere in the Holy Quran. However, the Muslims have received Eid ul Fitr in their religion via the Sunnah of their Prophet Muhammad (PBUH). There are two main sources of Islam; the Quran and the Sunnah. Therefore, Eid must be celebrated by the Muslim Ummah.

Is Eid ul Fitr a Holiday?

Eid Ul Fitr is a public, national, and religious holiday in all Islamic countries. The holiday lasts for all the three days of Eid festival. Working professionals, students, government and private employees – all enjoy the Eid holidays.

In Non-Muslim countries such as the USA or UK, an Eid leave is given to the Muslim community.

What does Eid ul Fitr mean?

The term Eid ul Fitr literally means “Festival of Breaking The Fast”. Eid is an Arabic word, which means celebration or festival. Al-Fitr is another Arabic word, which means breaking the fast.

How to greet Eid ul Fitr?

Eid Al Fitr can be greeted by saying “Eid Mubarak” to your Muslim brother and embracing 3 times – saying Eid Mubarak on every embrace or hug. On hearing an Eid Mubarak greeting, the believer should reply politely with “Khair Mubarak”.

How to pronounce Eid ul Fitr?

Here’s the correct pronunciation of Eid Ul Fitr. Eid is pronounced as ‘eed’ as in the word “speed”. Ul is pronounced as ‘ull’ as in the word ‘full’. Fitr is pronounced as ‘fit’ followed by the pronunciation of the letter “r” in a standard way.

How long is Eid Al Fitr?

Eid Al Fitr is a three days long festival, containing days: Eid Day 1, Eid Day 2, Eid Day 3.

What is the difference between Eid ul Fitr and Eid ul Adha?

There’s a big difference between Eid ul Fitr and Eid ul Adha. Both are the only Islamic religious festivals of celebrations and known as the two Eids of Islam. But the background and observances, make both these festivals entirely different from each other.

Eid ul Fitr is celebrated on the first date of the Islamic month of Shawwal. The day is called “Festival of Breaking the fast”. It marks an end to the month of Ramadan. Observing Eid ul Fitr was a Sunnah of Holy Prophet (PBUH). On this day, Muslims pay the Sadaqatul Fitr, perform Eid prayers, and celebrate and rejoice with their loved ones. It is a public holiday. In , the Eid ul Fitr date is 5th June.

Eid ul Adha is celebrated on the 10th date of the last Islamic month of Dhu al-Hijjah. The event is called the “Festival of Sacrifice”. It is an Islamic religious festival that marks the end of the Hajj (the Muslim annual pilgrimage to Mecca) and commemorates the willingness of Hazrat Ibrahim to pursue Allah’s order to sacrifice his son. On this day, Muslims perform Eid prayers and sacrifice an Eid animal like lamb, cow, or camel and share the meat with the poor. It is a public holiday. In , the Eid Ul Adha date is 9 July.

Both Eid ul Fitr and Eid ul Adha have a dates difference of more than two months or approx. 70 days. Eid ul Fitr falls on 1st date of the 10th Islamic month, while Eid ul Adha falls on the 10th date of 9th and last Islamic month.

What does Eid Mubarak mean?

Eid Mubarak means a blessed feast, a blessed holiday, a happy holiday, or happy Eid celebrations. It is a traditional Muslim greeting used on the festival of Eid ul Fitr. The Arabic word Eid means “Feast” and Mubarak means “Blessed”.

Which countries are celebrating Eid today?

Pakistan, Bangladesh, Qatar, United Arab Emirates, Trinidad and Tobago, Mauritius, Oman, Afghanistan, Bahrain, Philippines, Ghana, Kuwait, Saudi Arabia, Kenya, India, United Kingdom, Uganda, Sri Lanka, Tanzania, South Africa, Nigeria, Lebanon, Canada, Ireland, Australia, Singapore, Malaysia, Netherlands, New Zealand, Bolivia, Norway, Hong Kong, Belgium, Denmark, United States, Sweden, Egypt, Switzerland, Germany, Indonesia, Italy, France, Spain, Turkey, Japan and many others.

Celebrating Happy Eid Ul Fitr Mubarak : Cards Greetings Wishes Messages Quotes Whatsapp Status Tweets SMS Wallpapers

Eid ul Fitr celebrated the 1st of Shawwal Islamic month, and on June 5th, this year – is going to be an Islamic religious festival of ultimate joy and happiness.

The environment will be charged with the chants of Eid Mubarak wishes and greetings. It is going to be the time of the year, when Muslims all over the world, keeping their caste or status differences aside, will hug each other and celebrate the festival with an enriched religious spirit. The holy occasion which marks an end to the month of fasting is Allah’s special gift to His believers, so we should leave no stone unturned in celebrating this beautiful Eid ul Fitr with our Muslim brethren.

Eid ul Fitr greeting cards are on the table, social media stories and Whatsapp statuses are going to be uploaded, the phone inbox is soon going to be flooded with Eid text messages and SMS, the mobile and pc home screens are going to be beautifully decorated with Eid photos – all that’s left to do is to add a beautiful Eid Mubarak wish on that Eid card, a lovely Eid Mubarak status on your social account, write a warm Eid ul Fitr greeting text message for your friends and family, and an HD Eid ul Fitr wallpaper for your mobile or pc.

Happy Eid Ul Fitr Greetings : Wish Joy Happiness Prosperity To Your Loved Ones On This Blessed Occasion Of Eid!

  • Sending you my happy greetings on this Eid ul Fitr and wishing that this beautiful Islamic festival brings your way bundles of delight and happiness. Eid Mubarak!
  • May Allah bless you with bliss, joy, harmony, and success on this prestigious occasion of Eid. Sending my best Eid ul Fitr greetings to you and your family on this cheerful event. A very Happy Eid Mubarak!
  • May Lord fill your entire life with happiness, your heart with love, your spirit with infinite happy moments. Here are my best Eid ul Fitr greetings for you my dear friend.
  • May the enchantment of this Eid acquire loads of joy your life and may you commend it with all your dear companions and may it fill your heart with marvels. A blessed Eid ul Fitr Mubarak!
  • My Eid ul Fitr greetings for you: This Eid I pray that may Joy be at your entryway, may it knock early, remain late and leave the endowment of Allah’s Peace, love, joy and great wellbeing behind. Happy Eid Mubarak.
  • May the enchantment of this Eid get loads of bliss your life and may you commend it with all your dear companions and may it fill your heart with miracles. Eid ul Fitr Mubarak greetings from me!
  • No shadows to discourage you. Just delights to encompass you. Allah himself to favor you. These are my desires for you. Today tomorrow and forever… Have a Blessed Eid ul Fitr this year!
  • May the gifts of Allah light up the days ahead, and may happiness and harmony fill your hearts in the best way. Sending my warmest greetings this Eid ul Fitr.

Happy Eid ul Fitr Wishes : Spread Love This Islamic Festival By Sending Latest Eid Mubarak Wishes To Your Friends and Family!

  • May this cheerful occasion of Eid ul Fitr be the most splendid and the best Eid you have ever had. Happy Eid Mubarak!
  • Wishing you a Blooming Eid ul Fitr. May Joy & Happiness come with the fragrant Eid breeze and encompass you forever in its magnificence. A very Happy Eid Ul Fitr Mubarak to you!
  • Get my warm wishes on this Eid ul Fitr. May all your days light up with the blessings of Allah.
  • Happy Eid ul Fitr Mubarak! Of all the days to commend, this excellent occasion out sparkles the rest. Here is hoping that this Eid is most joyful and the best.
  • Wishing you and your family the blessing of Eid. May this Eid ul Fitr bring bundles of joy and bliss your life.
  • May you have a glad Eid festivity. May the beautiful event of Eid, favor you with harmony and convey joy to your heart and home.
  • May Allah present wonders, victories, and joy to you and your family. Happy Eid al Fitr Mubarak.
  • I wish Allah’s Rahmat sparkles on you and you accomplish every one of your desires on Eid and always.
  • Hoping genuinely that this Eid day brings warm, cheerful hours, and splendid glad things… cheerful moment of fun and friendship… To help make your eid a superb one – Eid ul Fitr Mubarak to you!

Happy Eid ul Fitr Islamic Text Messages Greetings: Send Beautiful Eid Wishes To Your Friends and Family With These Latest Eid Mubarak SMS

  • I pray that every single day of your life is showered with the blessings of Allah… With heaps of affection, wishing you Happy Eid Mubarak.
  • May your homes and hearts be loaded up with the euphoric soul of Eid ul Fitr – Wishing you a blessed Eid al Fitr.
  • It’s something more than just an Eid wish, more than just a text message as well, for it accompanies warm and adoring thoughts since it’s meant for you – Wishing you a Happy Eid ul Fitr!
  • May you be guided by your courageous confidence in Allah and shine in His blessings. Enjoy this Eid ul Fitr with great religious spirit!
  • I wish that my great wishes remain with you. Happy Eid ul Fitr to you my dear… I wish Allah is always there to guide and lead you on the way of progress.
  • Have a glad Eid al Fitr will brimming with shining lights and festivities. A warm and ardent message for all. Eid ul Fitr Mubarak. Regards
  • On this Eid ul Fitr, I hope that your Ramadan fasting is acknowledged and your answers are answered by Allah. Have lovely Eid days ahead!
  • When my arms can’t reach the loved ones close to my heart, I generally embrace them with my Eid prayers and wishes. May Allah’s endowments be with you. Have a Great Eid ul Fitr!

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  • A happy Eid-ul-Fitr to all Muslim brothers and sisters. Hope this celebration brings harmony and joy in our lives. #EidMubarak
  • As the Sacred month of Ramadan arrives at an end and we commend the Eid-ul-Fitr, I wish everyone a Cheerful Eid. Give this Eid-ul-Fitr a chance to bring joy and success to all.
  • Drop the shades of Wellbeing, Bliss and Success in your Life. Sincere wishes on “The festival of fast-breaking” Happy Eid-Ul-Fitr!
  • Wish all of you a blessed Eid-ul-Fitr with festivity loaded up with affection, harmony, unity, and joy.
  • Today, Muslims all around the globe are observing Eid-ul-Fitr following a month of fasting. Happy Eid to everybody.
  • Wishing everybody an exceptionally joyful Eid-Ul-Fitr. Hope the whole Muslim Ummah is loaded up with Affection, fraternity and flourishing on this special Eid day and always. #EidMubaarak
  • May Allah (SWT) acknowledge our prayers, fasting, Qiyam and Charity. Wishing you and your families a glad and blessed Eid-Ul-Fitr, Share Bliss & Happiness!

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  • My lovely wishes for you on Eid ul Fitr involve happiness and glory… May Allah always guide you on the correct path… Sending my adoration to you on this blessed event of Eid.
  • Sending you warm Eid Mubarak wishes over the miles… Just to tell you the amount you are missed this Eid and the amount I Love you!
  • Happy Eid Mubarak to two dazzling hearts that are inseparable!
  • Let the lovely daylight of this Eid ul Fitr fall upon you and remind you that somebody thinks of you in a cherishing and warm way. Happy Eid ul Fitr!
  • Happy Eid Ul Fitr to my Love!

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    • This crazy chaos on Chand Raat with people running around and going crazy, so much of Halla and Hungama, all these preparations… My most favorite day of the year. Eid Mubarak everybody. May all of us be blessed and may our lives be filled with happiness and joy alway. Ameen!
    • Chand Raat Mubarak to everyone who is celebrating Eid tomorrow!
    • Chand Raat and Eid ul Fitr Mubarak to all the Muslims. May this brings lots of prosperity and happiness in ur life. Don’t forget the needy people in the happiness of Eid.
    • Eid ul Fitr Chand Raat Mubarak to all of you around the world… Please look after yourself & the people around you.. Have fun and Eid Mubarak in advance!
    • Chand Raat Mubarak to everyone.. I hope everyone has a wonderful Eid… Keep those less fortunate in your prayers.
    • Chand Raat Mubarak everyone. May Allah bless you all on this night and always. Eid ul Fitr Mubarak!
    • Eid Mubarak to you all in advance whenever you are celebrating. May Allah (SWT) bless you and your families.
    • Eid ul Fitr Mubarak to all Muslims around the world who are celebrating today and advance Eid Mubarak to those celebrating tomorrow. May Allah accept our fasting and make us better Muslims.
    • Eid-ul-Fitr Mubarak to everyone in countries where Eid moon has been sighted today and in advance to others. May Allah (SWT) shower His countless blessings on all of us always. Aameen.

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    • Soorj ki kirnain – Taaron ki bahaar. Chaand ki chaandni – Apno ka pyaar. Hr ghri ho Khushaali – Is trh mubarak ho Eid ka yeh tehwar. Eid Mubarak!
    • Tohfa duaon ka tumhain puhnche mera, Sada rhe tmhare gird khushiyon ka ghera, Musratain tmhain Eid ki Mubarak Ho, Tmhari zindagi main na aae kbhi ghmon ka pheera!
    • Mile tujhe na koi dukh zindagi main, Phool ki trah mhke khuda kre, Zinda rhe naam abd tk tera, Eid ki khushiyaan tujhe mubarak khuda kre – Eid Mubarak!
    • Ae zindagi mujhe kuch muskrahtain udhaar de, Eid aane wali hai mjhe rsmain nbhaani hain.
    • Chupke se chand ki roshni choo jae aapko, Dheeray se ye hawa kuch keh jae aapko, Dil se jo chahte ho maang lo Rab se, Hum dua krte hain mil jaae woh aapko – Eid ul Fitr Mubarik!
    • Badal se Badal milte hain to Baarish hoti hai – Dost se Dost milte hain to Eid hoti hai. Eid Mubarak Dost!

    Eid ul Fitr Interesting Facts

    On Wednesday, 5th June , Muslims around the world are going to celebrate Eid ul Fitr with great religious spirit and enthusiasm. Here are some interesting facts that you should know about Eid al-Fitr.

    Dates of Eid Ul Fitr
    20229 July
    SundayMay 24
    WednesdayJune 05
    Who observes Eid ul Fitr
    Festival Duration
    From 9June 4 night till  12 june evening
    Holiday Type
    Islamic – Religious – Public – National
    Celebrated on 1st Shawwal – marks an end to Ramadan month – Happy Eid!
    Eid ul Fitr Prayers – Zakat Al Fitr (charity giving)
    Related to
    Ramadan – Eid Al Adha
    Islamic Calendar Date
    1 Shawwal – 1440 Hijriyah
    • Eid ul Fitr marks an end to Ramadan, which is the 9th Islamic month, also known as the month of fasting.
    • Eid ul Fitr marks the arrival of the new Islamic month of Shawwal. The festival is celebrated on the 1st of Shawwal.
    • The Arabic term “Eid ul Fitr” translates to “The Fest/Festival of Fast-Breaking”.
    • The date of Eid ul Fitr is June 5, Wednesday.
    • Eid ul Fitr moon will be sighted on the 29th Ramadan night. Eid announcement will be made after the sighting of the new crescent moon.
    • This year, the festival of Eid ul Fitr will be celebrated by 2 billion Muslims across the globe.
    • Eid is a religious, public, and national holiday in all Muslim countries.
    • According to Prophet Muhammad (PBUH), Eid is a festival gifted by Allah to His people as a celebratory reward after the month of Ramadan.
    • The night before Eid ul Fitr, or the last night of Ramadan, is called Lailat ul Jaiza. The Prophet Muhammad has urged the believers to spend this last night worshipping, as Allah answers most of the prayers this blessed night.
    • Performing Eid prayers and giving Sadaqatul Fitr are the two main obligations of Eid.
    • Taking early morning baths, wearing new clothes, ladies getting henna art on their hands, applying perfume, inviting guests, visiting relatives, presenting gifts to younger ones and enjoying sweet dishes are one of the most common Eid tradition in Muslim families.
    • Eid is also a day of remembering the loved ones who have passed away. Muslims visit the graves of the deceased, offer dua for the dead, clean their gravesite, water and sprinkle the grave with rose petals and shed tears in their remembrance.
    • The calendar used to determine Eid ul Fitr date is a lunar calendar, and the Shawwal month starts when a new moon’s first crescent is visible. Since the Islamic lunar calendar is 10-11 days shorter than the solar year and contains no intercalation, the month migrates over the seasons. As a result, Eid changes dates every year.
    • Since it’s impossible for the Eid moon to be in the same state at the same time globally, the start and end dates of Eid are dependent on what moon sightings are obtained at each location. Eid dates are therefore different in different countries, but usually only by one day. This is because of the lunar cycle.
    • When a Muslim greets Eid Mubarak to someone, the person in return replies with Khair Mubarak, which means Eid blessings on you as well.
    • Eid ul Fitr in Islamic Hijri calendar falls on 1st of Shawwal, 1440 AH – marking Eid al Fitr 1440 Hijriyah.
    • On Eid ul Fitr Moon Sighting, the last Ramadan night, there’s a grand display of celebratory fireworks in different regions. People rejoice and prepare themselves for the grand festivities tomorrow.
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