Dear Brothers and Sister, What is Eid? Eid grammatically means a “festival” or “feast” (religious Festival) in Arabic. Eid is celebrated Three Times in a year as Eid al-Adha and Eid al-Fitr and Eid Meelad Un Nabi
Why is it celebrated Three Times in a year?
Three Eids recognize, celebrate, Muslims assert, faith and recall Three distinct Muslims events that are significant to the story of the Islamic faith worldwide.
Eid al-Fitr means “the feast of breaking the fast.” The fast,, in this instance, is that the Month of Ramadan, the holy month observed by Muslims, new Muslim, which recalls the revealing of the Holy Quran to The Messenger of Allah.
What is Eid-al-Fitr?
Eid-al-Fitr is the first of Three Eids of the Islamic / Hijri calendar year. It rounds off the month of Ramadan, which Muslims observe every year to acknowledge Allah’s Almighty revelation of the Holy Quran to the Messenger of Allah. A typical routine of a Eid ul Fitr day that comes within that special time involves the following:
- Offer Fijr Prayer and greeting the family & Friends
- Performing ghusl (ablution)
- Performing Eid Salah (prayers)
- Preparing New clothes and getting ready for the day ahead
- Sitting down for breakfast (Sweet Dish) with family and friends
- Ensuring Fitrah is paid prior to Eid Salah
- Performing Eid Salah
- Greeting all fellow Muslims and Friends
- Visiting family and friends and celebrating
Why is Eid-al-Fitr celebrated?
Dear Brothers and Sisters , Eid-al-Fitr is regarded as a time to celebrate, Happiness, Enjoy, with Muslims gathering their friends and family to show gratitude toward God following the previous month of reflection. The Eid holiday serves as a great reminder for Muslims and New Muslims to be grateful for what they have, and to share with those who may be less fortunate
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What is Eid ul-Adha?
The celebration of Eid ul-Adha comes at the end of the Hijri Calendar . The purpose of Eid ul Adha festivities is to celebrate, remember, the obey of Allah Almighty order, and submission of the Prophet and Messenger of Allah Hazrat Ibrahim to Allah (SWT). This comes in the form of Qurbani, the sacrifice of an animal in the name of Allah (One and Only) (SWT). This sacrifice is conducted immediately following Eid ul Adha Salah.
Although many of the Eid day activities listed above will also happen during Eid ul-Adha, there are some key and important differences.
What is the story of Eid ul-Adha?
Eid ul-Adha celebrates the time when Ibrahim AH had a dream which he believed was a message from Allah asking him to sacrifice his son Isma’il as an act of obedience to God (The Quran).
The devil / shatayn tempted Ibrahim by saying he should disobey Allah Order and spare his beloved son Hazrat Ismaeel. As Hazrat Ibrahim AH was about to kill his beloved son Hazrat Ismaeel AH, Allah stopped him and gave him a lamb to sacrifice instead.
Eid ul-Azha 2021, 2022 and 2023
|2021||20 July||Tuesday||Eid ul-Azha|
|21 July||Wednesday||Eid ul-Azha Holiday|
|2022||10 July||Sunday||Eid ul-Azha|
|11 July||Monday||Eid ul-Azha Holiday|
|2023||29 June||Thursday||Eid ul-Azha|
|30 June||Friday||Eid ul-Azha Holiday|
|2024||17 June||Monday||Eid ul-Azha|
|18 June||Tuesday||Eid ul-Azha Holiday|
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|2020||31 July||Friday||Eid ul-Azha|
|1 August||Saturday||Eid ul-Azha Holiday|
|2 August||Sunday||Eid ul-Azha Holiday|
|2019||12 August||Monday||Eid ul-Azha|
|13 August||Tuesday||Eid ul-Azha Holiday|
|13 August||Wednesday||Eid ul-Azha Holiday|
|14 August||Thursday||Eid ul-Azha Holiday|
|2018||21 August||Tuesday||Eid ul-Azha|
|22 August||Wednesday||Eid ul-Azha Holiday|
|23 August||Thursday||Eid ul-Azha Holiday|
|2017||1 Septmber||Friday||Eid ul-Azha|
|2 Septmber||Saturday||Eid ul-Azha Holiday|
|3 Septmber||Sunday||Eid ul-Azha Holiday|
|4 Septmber||Monday||Eid ul-Azha Holiday|
Complete List Of Included Worksheets
- Eid al-Fitr Facts
- Islamic Holidays
- Eid Gift Basket
- Book of Words
- Rituals on Eid al-Fitr
- Muslims in the World
- Two Eids
- Three-Day Guide
- Muslim Life
- Eid Mubarak!
- Eid Ws
Did you know?
In Egypt, the festival is often called Eid Al Lahma, which means the ‘meat Eid’.
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