Eid ul Fitr is the biggest festival of Muslims, which is celebrated on the completion of the month of Ramadan. This time the festival of Eid will be celebrated on 24 or 25 May. Actually, the festival of Eid-ul-Fitr is celebrated by observing the moon after 29 or 30 days of Ramadan. The month of Ramadan ends with Eid-ul-Fitr.
Eid will be celebrated in Saudi Arabia after 30 roza
In Saudi Arabia this year, in 2020, the festival of Eid ul Fitr will be celebrated after observing the full 30 days of Ramadan. Actually, Eid moon was not seen on May 22 in Saudi Arabia, UAE, and many Gulf countries, hence Eid was not celebrated on May 23. Eid will be celebrated on 24 May i.e. Sunday in all Gulf countries including Saudi Arabia.
In India Eid will be celebrated on 25 May
While the moon is expected to appear in India on 24 May, after which the festival of Eid will be celebrated on 25 May. At the same time, the moon of Eid appeared in Ladakh on 22 May, after which Eid is being celebrated today i.e. 23 May. In view of the Corona crisis, this year, celebrating Eid will be followed by social distancing.
Let us know that the month of Islamic calendar Shawwal begins with Eid-ul-Fitr. Eid day is the only day on which fasting is not observed. Eid is celebrated after the moon of Eid, that is, the month of Shawwal is due to start, so its date varies across the world.
Appeal to offer Eid prayers at home
Eid prayers are offered in group with Jamaat. But this time all religious places are closed in view of the Corona crisis, so it is not allowed to offer namaz in the mosque. On one hand, where the administration is ready, on the other hand, Maulana and the Ulemaas are being requested to offer Eid prayers at home.
Also, people are being told that no person should come out of the house during Eid nor go to the mosque for worship. Celebrate the festival of Eid and laughter at home. Please tell that on the day of Eid, many types of sweet dishes are made in the homes of Muslims, including sivaiyan, sheer. All the gills and hugs are taken away by embracing each other.