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Eid-ul-fitr 2018: The Confusion Over The Date

The Confusion over the date of Eid-Ul-Fitr 2018 is because Muslim celebrates the festival after the ‘new moon’ appears either 29 days of fasting or 30 days. The moon was not sighted today. So, that means the Eid will be celebrated on June 16, 2018 in the National Capital and several other parts of the Country. Further, The Shahi Imam of Jama Masjid, syed Ahmed Bukhari, announced that Eid-ul-fitr would be celebrated on June 16, He announced the same after a meeting of the moon-sighting committee. While Wam, the UAE’s news agency confirmed that on Thursday evening that Friday will be the first day of Eid Al Fitr. In Kerala, Eid will be celebrated today as the moon was sighted in Kozhikode..

The Shawwal crescent, 1439 Hijri, has not been sighted and Eid-ul-Fitr will be celebrated in Pakistan on Saturday, June 16, 2018, announced Ruet-e-Hilal committee here Thursday. The announcement was made by Chairman Ruet-e-Hilal committee Mufti Muneeb-ur-Rehman. He chaired the meeting at the Met office Karachi.

The crescent of the Shawwal moon was seen in Saudi Arabia on Thursday evening by the moon-sighting committee. Therefore, Friday will be first day of Eid Al Fitr.

Although, Eid is the sacred celebration of the Muslims and is cherished with immense delight and pleasure. People are exceptionally energized about this event and great deal of kind wishes is shared. In the past as people did lack cell phones at their homes, they would purchase greeting cards and post letters to their dear ones for wishing them an extremely contented eid and letting them recognize that similar feelings are shared by them also.

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Eid is a celebration which carries all along unrelenting joy and flavor of festivity in our lives. One of the most looked-for carnivals all the way through the globe and particularly with the followers of Islam is welcomed with affectionate embraces and wishes. Eid is a blessing day where Muslims gather round in a friendly and delightful atmosphere in order to present their gratitude to Almighty Allah for giving them strength to fulfill their religious duties before Eid.

The festival of the Eid routinely is celebrated for three days. Throughout this occasion, people seek to use up the majority of their time with family, friends or relatives, visit the ill and old. If the dear ones are miles far or at a distant state and cannot be greeted in personally then the wishes get a great deal of importance!

The finest method of commemoration is to express your happiness to others by wishing them EID Mubarak. Fashions are shifting by the passage of time and Eid sms messages are becoming one of the most good enough and lenient fashions in today’s living. So this demonstrates the significance of the other individual by expressing that he is remembered and one desire to be special in the viewpoint of the other individual by moving one step ahead which lessens the space.

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Regardless of how far-off one is or how long one has not been in contact with his dear one or any family member, remembering somebody by texting him gets one close to his dear ones. Eid greetings sms is a greeting and pray one make for the other he or she actually be fond of or think highly of. Just a a small number of words from bottom of the soul will make his way to each thread of the addressee’s heart and the day of celebration turns out to be more blissful and pleasurable..

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Why do Muslims pray on Friday?

Raja Parba, a three-day festival in Odisha