Eid Festival

Eid is the festival of the Muslim fraternity all over the world, but today it is celebrated with heightened enthusiasm and celebration across all sections of the society. The word 'Eid' is taken from the Arabic word ‘oud’ or ‘the return’ to signify, well, the return of Eid each year. The festival is significant as much for its timing as for its religious implications. It is celebrated after the fasting month of Ramzan (the ninth month of the Muslim year), on the first day of the Shavval month of the Hijri year (Muslim year). It is believed that the Quran was revealed to Prophet Mohammed in the month of Ramzan. People engage themselves in a lot of fun fare, celebration and enjoyment during Eid. Clad in brand new attires, they hug each other wishing Happy Eid or Eid Mubarak. They also exchange gifts in huge numbers. Gifts play an important role in Eid celebration by bridging the gap created by distance. Through gifts convey the warm Eid wishes across miles.

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India is a home of diversified living. From different castes, creed and religion to different ethnic groups, the country truly marks its identity as unity in diversity. And this is highly manifested in times of celebrating a festival. Come this September and Eid ul-Fitr in India will be observed with full gung-ho. Celebrated at the end of Ramadan, the Islamic holy month of fasting, Eid ul-Fitr has a pious implication over the Muslim populace all over the world. It is on the day of this very festival that they break their fasting. The day normally starts early for Muslims. After the ablutions they gather together at a nearby m

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Send Flowers and Gifts to India and Celebrate Eid ul-Fitr

In the sociocultural context of India, Eid ul-Fitr is rightly considered to be a significant festival. Just like every other festivities, this very festival also marks the union of the whole country as one. Observed at the end of the Islamic month of Ramadan, Eid ul-Fitr connotes the unification of the self with the supreme being. In Arabic the word 'Eid' literally translates to festivity, and 'Fitr' to break fast. After a month of fasting from dawn to dusk, Muslims from all over the world unites to break their fast on this day of Eid ul-Fitr. This abstinence from satisfying appetites largely throws a light upon the noblest tea

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Convey wishes on Eid wrapped in Gifts to your dear ones in India

Eid-Ul-Fitr is celebrated at the end of Ramzan, the ninth month of the Muslim year, on the first day of the new moon in Shawwal. The word "Eid" in Arabic refers to "Festivity" while "Fitr" means "to break the fast." Thus, Eid-Ul-Fitr means to celebrate the breaking of the month of fasting (Ramadan). Eid is a day of thanksgiving, Eid is a day of brotherhood, Eid is a day of limitless joy and unending celebration. The festival of Eid ul Fitr and its celebration is not restricted to any particular nation, rather the entire globe is enthralled and enlightened with fervent spirit of the fes

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Convey your wishes and love on Eid-ul-Fitr with exclusive gifts for GiftstoIndia24x7.com

Just like any other festival, Eid-ul-Fitr has an immense socio-religious implication in India. This auspicious day marks the end of a month long fasting during the Muslim month of Ramadan. This fasting is believed to help in developing self-restraint and is a way of getting closer to Allah, or the supreme being. Eid-ul-Fitr in India promotes the blessings of spirituality, peace and cordiality among the countrymen as a whole. It is not only the Muslim populace anymore, this very festival in India is observed by all other religious practitioners with the same mirth and enthusiasm. Literally, translating from Arabic, the word 'Ei

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Eid-Ul-Fitr - The festival of Happiness and Bonding

India is a country rich in festivals and religious ceremonies. Being a secular country, India supports all religion with due respect. People of all castes and creed are given the freedom to celebrate their major festivals with pomp and show. Just as the Hindus celebrate religious ceremonies in the form of various pujas, Muslims commemorates Eid-ul-Fitr, Bakrid festival etc. with a festive grandeur.  I Eid-ul-Fitar starts on the first day of the month of Shawwal (or Shawwl). It has fallen on the 31st day of August in 2011. Eid, being a day of intense celebration is commemorated all over India with lots of enthusiasm. It is

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