Eid ul Fitr | A Festival of Breaking the Fast | End of Ramadan

Eid ul Fitr, also known as the “Festival of Breaking the Fast,” is one of the most important religious festivals celebrated by Muslims all over the world. It marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan, a month of fasting, spiritual reflection, and increased devotion to Allah.

“رمضان کے مہینے میں جس نے ایمان والوں کے لئے خیرات کی نیت سے کوئی ایک رات ادا کر دی تو جس کے سوا اس کے ہزار ہزار سال بھی گزر جائیں گے لیکن وہ کبھی نہیں بھولے جائیں گے۔” – صحیح بخاری

Translation: “Whoever spends one night of Ramadan with the intention of seeking reward from Allah, his sins will be forgiven.”

Eid ul Fitr

Eid ul Fitr is celebrated on the first day of Shawwal, the tenth month in the Islamic calendar. The exact date of the festival varies depending on the sighting of the crescent moon, which signifies the end of Ramadan and the beginning of Shawwal.


The festival is a time for Muslims to come together with family and friends to celebrate the end of their month-long fast. It is a time for joy, forgiveness, and gratitude, and is celebrated with great enthusiasm and fervor.


On the morning of Eid ul Fitr, Muslims wake up early, dress in new clothes, and attend a special prayer service called Eid Prayer. The prayer is usually held in a large open space, such as a mosque or an outdoor field, to accommodate the large number of people who attend.

Eid Mubarak

After the prayer, Muslims greet each other with the traditional greeting “Eid Mubarak,” which means “Blessed Eid.” They then gather with family and friends to enjoy a festive meal, exchange gifts, and spend time together.


Food is an important part of Eid ul Fitr celebrations, and many traditional dishes are prepared for the occasion. Sweet dishes such as sheer khurma, a milk and vermicelli pudding, and laddoos, a sweet made from flour, sugar, and butter, are commonly served.


In addition to food and festivities, Eid ul Fitr is also a time for charitable giving. Muslims are encouraged to give to those in need, especially to those who may not have been able to celebrate the festival due to poverty or other circumstances.

Eid greetings

Eid ul Fitr is a time for Muslims to reflect on their spiritual journey during the month of Ramadan and to renew their commitment to their faith. It is a time for forgiveness, kindness, and generosity, and is a celebration of the blessings that Allah has bestowed upon us.

We provide greetings that you can use to wish your Muslim friends and family members on this occasion:

  • Eid Mubarak! May Allah accept your good deeds and bless you with joy and happiness.
  • May this Eid bring you and your loved ones countless blessings, love, and happiness.
  • On this joyous occasion, may Allah shower his blessings upon you and your family, Eid Mubarak!
  • Wishing you a blessed Eid that brings you peace, love, and prosperity. Eid Mubarak!
  • As we celebrate the end of Ramadan, may our hearts be filled with gratitude and our souls be renewed with faith. Eid Mubarak!

In conclusion, Eid ul Fitr is a joyous occasion that marks the end of a month-long period of fasting and spiritual reflection. It is a time for Muslims to come together with family and friends to celebrate their faith and to give thanks for the blessings in their lives. May Allah accept the fasting and prayers of all those who observed Ramadan, and may the spirit of Eid ul Fitr continue to bring peace, love, and happiness to all.

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