Jaipur explore wishes you a very happy Eid Mubarak to all of you and your families!
Our Editor Runa Sayeed wishes you a very happy Eid Mubarak to all our readers and their families! May Allah guide us to the right path and show His Blessings! Marks the end of the Holy Month of Ramadan is a joyous celebration called Eid al-Fitr that actually means “Festival of Breaking of the Fast” or “Feast of Breaking the Fast”. This is such an important festival for the Muslim community everywhere in the world that all Muslims should be united in breaking the fasting month. No one should fast during Eid-al-Fitr. JE Editor Runa Sayeed said that every Muslim is prohibited to fast during the Eid al-Fitr as they are required to break the fasting and eat. because I know some people would extend their fasting day just in case they are sick for few days within the month or have a menstrual period. They have missed some days to fast but they will pay for the same number of days EXCEPT during Eid al-Fitr. The 30 days fasting is over and the Muslim people worldwide have the common goal to celebrate this day with great joy. It’s the day of new moon after one month of the great fasting of Ramadan. This event symbolises the purification after completing the Ramzan (Ramadan) fasting. Eid ul-Fitr celebration lasts for one day but on some countries, it is celebrated for two or more. To begin the Eid al-Fitr, the Muslim would wake up very early and complete the first daily prayer then eat small meals together as it symbolises the end of Ramadan. Then they gather in a special congregational prayer held in mosques or large open areas like fields or stadiums and arenas. I know how important it is for Muslims to celebrate the “Festival of Breaking of the Fast”. I see the Muslims hug, greet each other and share some good words and wishes. The most common greetings during this holiday are the Arabic greetings “Eid Mubarak” (“Blessed Eid”) or “Id Said” (“Happy Eid”).