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Eid ul Fitar and Eid ul Adha

Dear Mona and Pinkie i hope you are fine your school must be closing down,

in a week for the summer break. Ramadan is also coming to an end in a few days.

Muslims all across Pakistan will be celebrating Eid ul fitar this year.

your summer vacation and Eid are going to coincide.

My Dearest Granddaughter today i will tell you abut ramadan and the two eid Edu ul Fitar and Eid ul Adha.

Muslim are over the world celebrate both these Eids with great zeal.

Ramadan is the 9th month of the Islamic Calendar during this holy month, Muslims across the world fast from sunrise to sunset.

They must eat or drink anything during this time muslims get up of before fujjer and have a meal this time is callled Sehri.

when the sunsets (Maghrib) Muslims break their Fast this is known as Iftar.

Our Holy Prophet (SAW) use to break his fast with dates as the Islamic calendar is based on moon.

Ramadan moves forward by 10 or 11 days each other, during this month muslims avoid all bad deeds and

spend most of their time in the remembrance of ALLAH Ramadan is a time to worship and pray.

It is time to strength and community ties it is a time to fight in just ties.

ignorance and evil Eid-ul-fitar is celebrate on the first day of Shawal which is the 10th month of Islamic colander

its marks the end of the Ramadan it is and occasions of happiness for all the muslims during yearly part of the day.

Eid ul Fitar and Eid ul Adha | C4k Stories | Kids Stories | School Stories

People offer prayers at a mosque, after prayer they greet their family and friends prepare delicious food and exchange.

gifts with each other one of the famous eid-ul-fitar dessert is sweet vermicelli children specially look forward of this eid a they received eidi from their elders.

It is a sunnah of our beloved Prophet (SAW) to wear new clean clothes on eid.

Eid-ul-Adha is the 2nd Eid it is celebrate on the 10th of Zilhajj, which is the 12th and final month of the Islamic Calendar.

It is a considered a very sacred month becouse Hajj takes place during the month.

Eid-ul-Adha is celebrate after the Muslims have performed the Hajj it is also called the festival of Sacrifice.

Eid-ul-Adha is celebrate in remeberance of Hazrat Ibrahim (A.S) when he was going to sacrifies his son.

Hazrat Ismail (A.S) in the way of ALLAH inorder to show obedient we celebrate Eid-ul-Adha by offering prayers at a mosque.

This is followed by muslims making a sacrifies of a GOD, Lamb, Cow or Camel in order to Honor the sacrifies of Hazrat Ibrahim (A.S).

Much like spend good time with our Family and friends.

I hope you both are making good use of the holy Ramadan and enjoy learning about to major Islamic festival.

Lots of Love



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