Eid Mubarak

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Celebrate Eid

Eid ul-Fitr is celebrated for three days. Common greetings during this holiday are 'Eid Mubarak', the Arabic greeting (Blessed Eid) or 'Eid Sa'eed' (Happy Eid).It is a day of rejoicing, because in Islam, devout worship and the performance of good deeds to get the Pleasure of Allah are considered a just cause for celebration.

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Celebrate Eid
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Namaaz

On the occasion of Eid that marks the end of the month of 'Ramadaan', the fasting month, thousands of people from all over the city and outskirts from all walks of life, gathered early morning and took part in namaaz.

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Namaaz
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Prayers (Du'aa)

Kids praying to god after offering the compulsory Eid prayers (Namaaz).

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Prayers (Du'aa)
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Embracing each other

Immediately after the namaaz, people are seen exchanging the festival greetings, 'Eid Mubarak', by embracing one another and shaking hands.

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Embracing each other
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Ladies buying nuts

Ladies shopping for food items to prepare the delicacies on Eid.

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Ladies buying nuts
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Preparing food on Eid

Ladies cooking food to prepare the delicacies of Eid.

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Preparing food on Eid
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Sevaiyan

These roasted, sugared noodles are the traditional dessert served on Eid ul-Fitr. rn

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Sevaiyan
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Shopping for clothes

People celebrating the occasion of Eid wearing new clothes.

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Shopping for clothes
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Mehendi

On Eid Day all the ladies of the house put Eid Mehndi designs on their hands.

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Mehendi
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Eidi Given To Children

Gifts on Eid (called Eidi in some cultures) are frequently given to children and immediate relatives.

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Eidi Given To Children
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Eid Distribution

By tradition, celebrants offer alms to the mosque for distribution to the poor before the start of Eid prayers; these alms are known as Zakat ul-Fitr.

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Eid Distribution
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