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Friday, September 4, 2009

Eid ecards, Eid-Ul-Fitr greetings, Eid Mubarak greeting cards, Eid wishes

Id-Ul-Fitr, also referred as Eid-Ul-Fitr, is more popularly known as Eid. This is the most important festival of the Islamic calendar. The festival of Id ul Fitr is celebrated by the Muslim community all over the world with great devotion and happiness. Eid ul Fitr is marked as the end of 'Ramadan', which is the month of fasting and the beginning of a new month namely 'Shawwal'.

On the festive occasion of Eid or Id-Ul-Fitr the whole Muslim community breaks their fasting of Ramzan with a special prayer and high spirits. On this very auspicious occasion special cuisines and delicacies are prepared at each of the Muslim households. Friends and relatives visit each other’s house and these gastronomical delights are enjoyed together. The festival of Id-Ul-Fitr is dedicated to the spirit of love, sharing, peace and brotherhood.

When is Eid-Ul-Fitr Celebrated?
Id-Ul-Fitr is a very important day for every Muslim. The term Id Ul Fitr means a 'festival of breaking the fast'. It is celebrated on the first day after sighting the moon of 'Shawaal', on the tenth month of Islamic calendar. The festival of Id-Ul-Fitr marks the end of the month of Ramdan.

Various Celebrations of Id-Ul-Fitr

During the auspicious month of Ramzan, every Muslim observes a day long fast and offer special prayers to the almighty. They can only eat after the sun goes down. This practice is continued for the whole month and ends with the Eid, which marks the end of Ramzan. Muslim community all over the world celebrates this pious festival with utmost devotion.

Send these beautiful ecards to say Eid Mubarak to your friends, family and loved ones.

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