Eid ul Fitr Celebrate in Pakistan 14th May 2021 while the Islamic calendar celebrates two different Eid festivals throughout the year – Eid ul-Fitr and Eid ul-Adha – both are celebrated for very different reasons. Pakistan Eid ul-Fitr is a three-day celebration that takes place at the end of the Holy month of Ramadan, at the start of Shawwal, the 10th month of the Islamic calendar; Eid ul-Adha takes place following the annual Hajj pilgrimage on the 10th day of the 12th month, Dhu al-Hijjah.
Eid-ul-Fitr is on 14 May 2021. Eid al-Fitr is known as the Festival of Breaking the Fast in the Islamic faith and Muslims worldwide. Eid-ul-Fitr is also called Eid al-Fitr in the Arabic world. Eid ul Fitr in Pakistan 2021 date will be expected in the Arabic world 13 May India, Bangladesh and some other parts of the world on 14 May 2021.
Eid Ul Fitr 2021 Worldwide Celebration: Pakistan, India, Ukraine, Papua New Guinea, Mali, Tunisia, Bahamas, Chile, Belarus, Hungary, South Africa, Zambia, Morocco, Belize, Turkey, Lithuania, Uruguay. At the end of the month, the Muslims are rewarded with the festival of Eid al Fitr. It is important to note that it is highly forbidden to fast on the day of Eid.
What is Eid ul Fitr?
The Eid ul Fitr festival means “the festival of fast-breaking” in the Arabic language. Eid ul Fitr is one of the most precious festive for Muslim Ummah, the Eid festival falls on the first day of the Islamic month of Shawwal, subsequent of the Holy month of Ramzan, and is also celebrated as the conclusion of the blessings in the month of Ramzan, as soon as the moon is sighted. Eid ul Fitr is a festivity done on the first three days of Shawwal. The festival holds great importance as it is a time to meet and greet while enjoying yourself with loved ones.
Celebrations of Eid ul Fitr:
Eid-ul-Fitr Celebrate festival is an important way to mark the end of Ramadan, however, before the festivities can begin, there are a number of important rituals that must first take place to give true thanks to Allah (SWT) for all he has done. Dawn prayers – also known as Fajr – are performed with your family before the ‘ghusl’ cleansing, which purifies the whole body. After the cleansing or ablution, the family prepares for the day, by wearing the finest clothes they own, or new clothes they have bought for the occasion.
Special sweets and food are prepared on this day. Muslims also wear new clothes on Eid day. Girls celebrate it by putting Hena in their hands. Gifts are distributed among the family members and poors. Also, people remember their deceased relatives and friends on this day by visiting them.
Families then head over to the local mosque to wish friends, family, and the local community “Eid Mubarak” which is the traditional Eid greeting. The Eid Mubarak meaning is translated to ‘blessed feast/festival’, but it is also used in the context of ‘happy Eid’ and ‘blessed celebration’. After the greetings are said, Eid’s prayers begin.
Zakat ul-Fitr, or Fitrana, is a charity donation that must be made before Eid prayers commence, as this is distributed amongst the neediest to ensure they can take part in Eid festivities.
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Date and years of coming Eid ul Fitr:
|2021||13 May||Thu||Eid ul Fitr|
|2022||3 May||Tue||Eid ul Fitr|
|2023||22 Apr||Sat||Eid ul Fitr|
|2024||10 Apr||Wed||Eid ul Fitr|