When is Eid-ul-Fitr?
This year, Eid-ul-Fitr is expected to start on May 2, 2022, and will end on May 3, 2022. The actual date may vary according to the sighting of the moon. Eid-ul-Fitr marks the end of fasting throughout Ramadan and the beginning of the month of Shawwal.
Eid-ul-Fitr History and Significance:
The first revelation of the Holy Quran to the Prophet Muhammad is believed to have taken place during the holy month of Ramadan. The time of Eid-ul-Fitr is a festival of purity and peacekeeping away from special prayers and all negative actions, thoughts, and words and it is a time to show love and respect to Allah.
The Eid-ul-Fitr prayer is observed by Muslims all around the world. People wear new clothes, pay zakat to the needy, distribute sweets, and eat a variety of foods such as Biryani, Haleem, Nihari, Kebab, and Sevaiyan on this day. In addition, elders give children presents and money, a practice known as edi.
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What else should be done during Ramadan in addition to fasting?
In addition to fasting throughout Ramadan, it is recommended that you pray and read the Quran. That is why it is recommended that individuals fast, pray, recite the Quran, and glorify Allah. Some individuals feel that bathing after a fast should be avoided. Instead, you may easily take a bath after fasting. Simply avoid allowing water to enter your mouth when bathing, as this will break your fast.
Fasting has its own set of rules. Those who are fasting should not eat or drink anything. Before sunrise and until sunset in the evening, no food should be consumed. Yes, but you can eat anything you want for the rest of the night after iftar. In the month of Ramadan, it is regarded as highly beneficial to offer Zakat.
Zakat is the practice of donating a portion of one's income to the poor or needy. If you don't have enough money to pay zakat, you can feed a fasting individual iftar.
70 times the amount of money
Muslims believe that praying during Ramadan reaps 70 times more rewards than worshipping during other months. All Muslims have access to heaven, and the demons have been imprisoned.