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Eid Al Fitr Happy Eid Mubrak – HD Images And Quotes Of Eid

What is Eid?


The word Eid described from an Arabic word which means to celebrate a Muslim festival. The word Eid is mainly use by the Muslims for the celebration of their religious festivals. Muslims are blessed with the two Eid in a year by the ALLAH Almighty, the one is Eid ul Fitr which is also known as “Choti Eid” & “Meethi Eid” and the other one is Eid ul Adha which is also known as “Badi Eid” & “Bakra Eid”. Muslims are also blessed with the hajj before the Eid ul Adha.

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What is the actual meaning of EID? And when it is celebrated?
The Eid is the Muslim’s festivals that held on 1st Shawwal after the end of the holy month of Ramadan. In the Ramadan all the Muslims around the globe do fasting for the sake of ALLAH. Muslims got their reward of fasting in the shape of Eid-ul-fitr. Eid-ul-fitr also known as “Choti” Eid. The date of Eid varies every year due to the sight of moon. Ramadan is the ninth holy month of Islamic calendar. In the holy month of Ramadan Muslims do fasting, offer prayer and spend most of their time in doing their Ibadats. In this holy month Muslim’s give Zakat to the poor’s as well. After the Ramadan ALLAH Pak blessed the Muslim’s with a special gift in the shape of Eid ul Fitr. In the month of Ramadan Muslim’s know that the gates of heaven are open for everyone, whoever will do good deeds and refrain from all those thing from those ALLAH Almighty has asked the Muslim’s to refrain from yourself have a bright chance in the month of Ramadan to get his name in the list of people of those who are close to the Almighty.

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And it is also believed by the Muslim’s that the doors of the heaven have been closed in the month of the Ramadan and Shaiyateen also chained up. The month of the Ramadan is the bright chance for the Muslim’s to purify themselves from the any bad thing they have done before. It is the month of forgiveness of the Muslim’s by the ALLAH, ALLAH Almighty gives chance again & again to the Muslim’s to do tobaa from any sin that you had committed. In the month of the Ramadan true Muslim’s spend a lot of their time in the Ibadats rather than doing their routine work. The month of Ramadan that could be of 29 or 30 days has 3 stages (3 Ashra) One Ashra is equal to the ten days.


The first part of the Ramadan’s month is the first Ashra of the Ramadan and it is named as the Ashra of Mercy & Blessing.
Muslims seeks the blessing and mercy of the ALLAH Almighty whole month of the Ramadan but specially in the first Ashra of the Ramadan because it is specially fixed for the mercy and blessing of Almighty. The second ten days are known as the 2nd Ashra of the Ramadan it is named as the Ashra e Mughirah in these ten days Muslim’s seek for the mughirah from the Almighty.
The last Ashra may be of 10/9 days, it’s totally depends on the sight of the moon of Shawaal/Eid.
In this Ashra which is named as Ashra e Nijat Muslim’s seeks forgiveness from the Almighty & seeks for the safety from the hell. In this Ashra, there are also 5 tak nights in which Muslim’s do ibadat whole night of the Almighty and ask for the safety of themselves and their love beings from the fire of hell.

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After the completion of the holy month of the Ramadan there is moon sight for the Shawaal which means there is gift for Muslim’s on the next day in the shape of the Eid ul fitr. Eid ul fitr come on the month of the Shawaal which is after the holy month of the Ramadan, Muslims have done all the good deeds, prayers, ibadats, fasting and given the charity to the poor’s so it is the day of the celebration to the Muslim’s to celebrate their good deeds on the day of the Eid. The day of the Eid-ul-fitr does not mean that Muslim’s are free from their religious obligations, they have to do their obligation as accordingly throughout the year, but the
However, Eid day does not mean Muslims are free from their regular prayers and other obligations. Therefore, all other duties and obligations on Eid-ul-fitr must be done accordingly.

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Eid ul fitr is not a human created festival, it is gifted by ALLAH Pak. The hadith narrated by Hazarat Annas:
“Holy Prophet came to Madinah, the people had two days in which they used to entertain and amuse themselves. He asked: “What are these two days?” They said: “We used to amuse ourselves and take pleasure in these two days during the Days of Ignorance. The Messenger of Allah said, “Allah has substituted for you something better than these two; the Eid of Adha (sacrifice) and the Eid of Fitr” [Sunan Abi Dawood]
It is cleared from the hadith that the Muslim’s has the two festivals of celebration, joy and enjoyment from the ALLAH Almighty that are the days of Eid ul Fitr & Eid ul Adha. ALLAH has best gift for its mankind.


How to celebrate Eid ul fitr?
Eid started on the 1st Shawaal and continues till 3rd Shawaal. Eid-ul-fitr has the 3 days celebration period. On the 1st Shawaal after the Fajar prayer, in the morning Muslim’s have to offer a prayer called Namaz e Eid. It offers mostly on 6am to 8am. After the Namaz-e- Eid Muslim’s greeting each other to wish Eid Mubarak.
The important part of the Eid-ul-fitr is Fitrana (Zakat ul Fitr). Muslims have to give the fitrana before the day of Eid ul fitr. The minimum fitrana is determined 100 Rs in 2019 by the Central Ruet-e-halal committee of Pakistan. It is important to give fitrana from every family member. Fitrana must be given by every Muslims regardless of its status & age.
Eid-ul-fitr is celebrated all around the globe by the Muslim’s. Eid-ul-fitr is a Islamic festival celebrated by the Muslim’s in different countries in their different style. On that day, there is a national holiday in the Muslim countries, But the Muslim’s in the European countries also celebrated the days of Eid with great excitement and joy.

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On the day of Eid-ul-fitr (1st to 3rd Shawwal) Muslim’s are not allowed to do fasting. They are allowed to Halal things whatever they want to eat.
Eid-ul-fitr has a special prayer that is only offer without any prior Azaan.
Eid-ul-fitr has 2 rakats of namaz and usually offered at the open place. Muslim men & women are allowed to go for offering Namaz-e-Eid. Eid-ul-fitr has the biggest gathering as compared to the other Faraz Namaz. The Namaz-e-Eid has 6 Takbeers as compared to the Faraz namaz. The namaz-e-Eid started with the Takbeers by saying ALLAH-O-AKBAR (ALLAH almighty is the greatest).
The namaz is offer in 2 rakats, after offering the namaz everyone hug & greet each other with Eid Mubarak
After offering the Namaz-e-Eid and wishing there is some more adventurous thing gone be happen mainly named as EIDI which means to give money/ gifts to your family & friends.
Eidi is most important thing for the kids, it appeals the kids more than anything.

Forgiveness:
On the day of the Eid-ul-fitr Muslim’s forget their differences regarding any matter forgive everyone and greet with each other to congratulate each other (Eid Mubarak). On the blessed day of Eid-ul-fitr Muslim’s hug each other, wipe out their hearts from any issues and wishes Eid Mubarak everyone to give a fresh & new start to their relations with everyone.
Social Gatherings:
On the day of Eid-ul-fitr Muslim’s holds some sort of social gatherings of their relatives, friends & family to celebrate and enjoy on this blessed day. It becomes an important event on Eid to hold some gatherings in which everyone meets with each other and enjoy together. All the family members & friends got a chance to interact with each other at least once in a year.

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What to wear on Eid-ul-fitr?
Muslims all around the globe try their best to get something special for the day of Eid-ul-fitr & Eid-ul-Adha. Normally people started to do their shopping on the last Ashra of the Ramadan. They wore their best clothes on the day of Eid. Normally, white is the most preferable colour is for Eid.
In Pakistan on Eid-ul-fitr Muslim men & young boys wear most of the time white shalwar kameez, and its mostly common all around the world it may be varies with colours. It becomes the tradition somehow to wore the shalwar kameez on Eid.
Muslim women & Girls wear the traditional, trendy & stylish 3-piece suits (Shalwar, Kameez & Dupatta) and may be frocks, Kurtis etc.


Food on Eid-ul-fitr
There are many traditional foods made on the Eid-ul-fitr. Meethi Sawaiyan & Sheer Hoorma are the most important dishes on the Eid-ul-fitr. Eid-ul-fitr somehow known as Meethi Eid (Sweet Eid) Eid so sweet dishes are more important on Eid-ul-fitr, whereas Eid-ul-Adha is known as Salty because of the large number of the salty food on that Eid. Other dishes such as Haleem & Biryani are also important to cook on the day of Eid-ul-fitr. That dishes are presented to the guests in social gatherings as well. There must be something for eating before the namaz on the day of the Eid-ul-fitr It may be just dates before the namaz should be eaten, but on the day of the Eid-ul-Adha (Badi Eid) Muslim’s should not eat anything before the Qurbani’’
How to celebrate Eid-ul-Adha?
Eid-ul-Adha celebrated on the sight of the moon of Dhul Hijjah.
Eid-ul-Adha is the festival as like the Eid fitr celebrated all around the globe in order to remember the great sacrifice of Hazarat Ibrahim (A.S) and his beloved son Hazarat Ismail (A.S) on the way of ALLAH Almighty. It is the remembrance of that great sacrifice on the way of ALLAH with their own will and having strong faith on ALLAH Almighty.
Hazarat Ibrahim (A.S) saw in a dream that ALLAH Almighty asked him to sacrifice his beloved son on the way of Almighty. It was the test of Hazarat Ibrahim’s faith and Iman on the ALLAH Almighty. Hazarat Ibrahim(A.S) showed his willingness and become ready to sacrifice his son on the way of ALLAH.
ALLAH Almighty becomes very pleased with the faith & Iman of Hazarat Ibrahim & Hazar Ismail (A.S) and replaced the Hazarat Ismail (A.S) with the lamb when just Hazarat Ibrahim (A.S) was about to sacrifice his son.
From that incident, it was the Muslim’s all over the world at 10th Dhul Hijjah sacrificed a lamb, sheep, goat, or camel whatever they can afford on the way of almighty.

ALLAH Almighty said in Holy Book (Quran-e-Pak):

“Their meat will not reach Allah, nor will their blood, but what reaches Him is piety from you. Thus, have We subjected them to you that you may glorify Allah for that [to] which He has guided you; and give good tidings to the doers of good.” (Surah Hajj:37)

The first 10 days of Dhul Hijjah Muslim’s spent in doing ibadats and prepare themselves to fulfil their religious obligation like to sacrifice animal on the way of ALLAH Almighty. Muslims do maximum ibadats and there is also a day of hajj as well, which is also greatest religious obligation and it is Faraz on the people who can afford to do Hajj. Muslims celebrate Eid-ul-Adha as like Eid ul fitr for three days, there are also some social gatherings and get to gathers at home with friends, family and relatives.
The male member of the family also got a one most important duty to get best animal for the sacrifice on the way of ALLAH Almighty. The person who is going to do Qurbani should not cut his nails, hair from the 1st Dhul Hijjah to till discharge of his obligation of Qurbani. (Sacrifice of animal).
Hajj is also the religious obligation that is done on the day before the Eid-ul-Adha. Hajj didn’t have any direct relation with the Eid ul Adha but somehow it has relation with the Eid-ul- Adha to some extent, because Eid-ul-Adha is on the completion of the hajj.


In today’s world most of the Muslim’s are able to do Qurbani on the way of the ALLAH Almighty. In Pakistan Muslim’s takes their animal at home and on the day of Eid, sacrifice it on the way of ALLAH, but in other countries there is no need to take their animal at home for Qurbani, they must have to do Qurbani at the slaughterhouse.
I heard the Prophet (PBUH) delivering a Khutba saying, “The first thing to be done on this day (first day of Eid ul Adha) is to pray; and after returning from the prayer we slaughter our sacrifices (in the name of Allah) and whoever does so, he acted according to our Sunna (traditions).”
There is no feeling of Eid until unless the Qurbani is done in the home.
Then there is an important factor in the Eid is the proportion of the meat. There must be three parts of the beef that must be equally divided in friends & family, poor’s and for their own home. There is no need to freeze all the meat at home It does not fulfil the real purpose of Qurbani.
Eid-ul-Adha is also just like Eid-ul-fitr started with the offering namaz e Eid in open place, mosque wherever namaz is going to be offered. Just like Namaz of Eid-ul-fitr it has also big gathering for offering namaz.
On Eid-ul-Adha like Eid-ul-fitr Muslim’s wear their best clothes and thank to ALLAH Almighty for his blessings and mercy. And also, present gifts to their relatives, friends & family.
On the Eid, it is chance for the Muslim’s to help out the poor’s and give some charity to them by giving some money in cash or in the form of meal or have to buy some new clothes for them to include them in your happiness of Eid as well.


Hajj is an essential and fifth pillar of Islam, Muslims have to perform the Hajj of Bait-ULLAH at least once in their life. It is essential for the people who can afford the hajj must perform hajj as it is compulsory in Islam for the Sahib-e-Hasiyat people.
Rich Muslims must perform hajj once in their lives and help others who cannot afford the hajj to perform hajj.
As Hazarat Muhammad (SAW) did hajj once in their life so it is essential for the Muslim’s to follow the life of our beloved Prophet Muhammad (SAW). Almost 2 Million Muslim’s go every year for performing the hajj of Bait ULLAH. They gather at a single place at Maidan e Arafat to perform the hajj without any difference of caste, colour and creed. People from all around the globe gathered at one place for performing their hajj and follow the actions of beloved prophet Hazarat Mohammad (SAW).
The hjjaj wear the Ihram of white colour which is more comfortable to Pilgrims, which shows the sense of unity, brotherhood & sisterhood. It shows that no one is superior and inferior in the eye of ALLAH Almighty whether he is financially rich or poor, whether he is white, black or brown whether they are from any Islamic or non-Islamic country everyone is equal. Islam give us the lesson of unity, justice and equality with each other. It is the strength of the Muslim’s to help out each other whether you know them or not, you have to help them without any expectation of reward.
During the Hajj the Pilgrims perform acts of worship and that they renew their religion and experience of cause inside the global.


Ihram:
The first step towards hajj is to wear Ihram. Ihram is white plan two unstitched clothes for men and very comfortable loose-fitting dress for women. Ihram wear while just crossing the boundaries of Holy Mecca known as Miqat. Pilgrims have to wear the Ihram at 8 Dhul Hijjah and avoid any kind of anger and any forbidden activities.


Mina:
The Pilgrim’s then send to the Mina, pilgrims have to go mina whether by foot or on buses and cars. It is 8 Km journey. Pilgrims have to spent a day in mina till next morning by remembering ALLAH almighty and in doing ibadats.
Day in Arafat:
Then pilgrims have to spent the day at Maidan-e-Arafat, it has its own importance and considered as one of the most important day of hajj. it has almost 14.4 km journey from Mina to Arafat. Pilgrims have to spend their time by offering Namaz and doing Ibadat. Muslims in the world also do fasting on this day.


Collect pebbles at Muzadalifah:
It’s time to move on towards the Muzadalifah. It is about 9KM journey and at Muzadalifah pilgrims have to spend a night under the sky. Pilgrims have to collect the pebbles from here and leave the Muzadalifah just before the sunrise.
Throw stones at the pillars:
Pilgrims perform their first Rumi throwing the seven pebbles to the three largest devils known as jamarat. After throwing stones pilgrims have to Qurbani. After performing the hajj & Qurbani pilgrims done with their cuttings and remove their Ihrams.
Pilgrims thus must slaughter a sheep, goat, cow or camel – or more likely, pay for it to be done in their names. Many Pilgrims then start walking between the hills of Safa & Marwa.
When all is finally done, they return to their campsite in Mina.


Final days in Mina:
On the final days in Mina, the pilgrims will again throw the stone the devil, they have to throw the seven pebbles to the three devils. Pilgrims have to spend two or three days in the Mina, and it is hardest part as well.
After finishing all the important elements of hajj on Mina pilgrims returned back to the Holy Mecca to perform their final Tawaf that also known as Alweedai Tawaf.
Before going back to their home’s pilgrims go towards the Madinah Pak also. Visiting Medina, however, is not part of the pilgrimage.
Method of Namaz e Eid:
Namaz-e-Eid is the namaz that has been offered without any prior namaz. Eid ul Fitr is offered with 2 rakats.
Firstly, the Muslim’s gather at an open place on time where it is decided to offer the namaz e Eid.
Make Niyyat for the namaz of Eid by reciting that I am going to offer the two rakats of namaz e Eid at behind the Imam with six additional Takbeers.
Say ALLAH O AKBER by raising your both hands up to the ears and it is the first Takbeers while entering to the salat.
Start the Namaz being reciting the Subhanaka, then let your hand down by saying Takbeers with the imam.


After saying the Takbeer recite the Surah e fatiha. Go in to Ruku and say Subahana Rabiyal Azeem. After that stand straight in the position of Qayam and say Sami Allahu liman Hamida”, and say “Rabbana lakal Hamd” in a low voice.
After that go in to Sajda for 2 times and say “Subahaana Rabbiyal Aa’la.
After that repeat it for the 2nd rakats of the namaz
After this, you sit for the complete Tashshahud: You recite At-tahiyyat, Allah-umma salli, Allah-Umma Barik and Rabbana.
Turning your face and says Assalamu-Alaikum-wa-Rahmatullah
The process of offering namaz of Eid is same as for Eid ul Adha & Eid ul fitr.
I heard the Prophet (PBUH) delivering a Khutba saying, “The first thing to be done on this day (first day of Eid ul Adha) is to pray; and after returning from the prayer we slaughter our sacrifices (in the name of Allah) and whoever does so, he acted according to our Sunna (traditions).”


Conclusion:
It is concluded from the above information that Eid is the religious festival, that should be celebrated with love, joy and great happiness. Eid is the gift from the ALLAH Almighty to his Muslim Ummah. Eid-ul-fitr & Eid-ul-Adha both the Eid’s are the gift from the Almighty, these days give us the lesson of helping poor, to Thank Almighty ALLAH for his blessing and mercy. Hajj is also the religious obligation give us the lesson of equality that no one is superior and no one is inferior in the Islam on the base of colour, creed and caste. Everyone is equal and do ibadat for the ALLAH Almighty.

The first step towards hajj is to wear Ihram. Ihram is white plan two unstitched clothes for men and very comfortable loose-fitting dress for women. Ihram wear while just crossing the boundaries of Holy Mecca known as Miqat. Pilgrims have to wear the Ihram at 8 Dhul Hijjah and avoid any kind of anger and any forbidden activities.
Mina:
The Pilgrim’s then send to the Mina, pilgrims have to go mina whether by foot or on buses and cars. It is 8 Km journey. Pilgrims have to spent a day in mina till next morning by remembering ALLAH almighty and in doing ibadats.


Day in Arafat:
Then pilgrims have to spent the day at Maidan-e-Arafat, it has its own importance and considered as one of the most important day of hajj. it has almost 14.4 km journey from Mina to Arafat. Pilgrims have to spend their time by offering Namaz and doing Ibadat. Muslims in the world also do fasting on this day.


Collect pebbles at Muzadalifah:
It’s time to move on towards the Muzadalifah. It is about 9KM journey and at Muzadalifah pilgrims have to spend a night under the sky. Pilgrims have to collect the pebbles from here and leave the Muzadalifah just before the sunrise.
Throw stones at the pillars:
Pilgrims perform their first Rumi throwing the seven pebbles to the three largest devils known as jamarat. After throwing stones pilgrims have to Qurbani. After performing the hajj & Qurbani pilgrims done with their cuttings and remove their Ihrams.
Pilgrims thus must slaughter a sheep, goat, cow or camel – or more likely, pay for it to be done in their names. Many Pilgrims then start walking between the hills of Safa & Marwa.
When all is finally done, they return to their campsite in Mina.

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Final days in Mina:
On the final days in Mina, the pilgrims will again throw the stone the devil, they have to throw the seven pebbles to the three devils. Pilgrims have to spend two or three days in the Mina, and it is hardest part as well.
After finishing all the important elements of hajj on Mina pilgrims returned back to the Holy Mecca to perform their final Tawaf that also known as Alweedai Tawaf.
Before going back to their home’s pilgrims go towards the Madinah Pak also. Visiting Medina, however, is not part of the pilgrimage.


Method of Namaz e Eid:
Namaz-e-Eid is the namaz that has been offered without any prior namaz. Eid ul Fitr is offered with 2 rakats.
Firstly, the Muslim’s gather at an open place on time where it is decided to offer the namaz e Eid.
Make Niyyat for the namaz of Eid by reciting that I am going to offer the two rakats of namaz e Eid at behind the Imam with six additional Takbeers.
Say ALLAH O AKBER by raising your both hands up to the ears and it is the first Takbeers while entering to the salat.
Start the Namaz being reciting the Subhanaka, then let your hand down by saying Takbeers with the imam.
After saying the Takbeer recite the Surah e fatiha. Go in to Ruku and say Subahana Rabiyal Azeem. After that stand straight in the position of Qayam and say Sami Allahu liman Hamida”, and say “Rabbana lakal Hamd” in a low voice.


After that go in to Sajda for 2 times and say “Subahaana Rabbiyal Aa’la.
After that repeat it for the 2nd rakats of the namaz
After this, you sit for the complete Tashshahud: You recite At-tahiyyat, Allah-umma salli, Allah-Umma Barik and Rabbana.
Turning your face and says Assalamu-Alaikum-wa-Rahmatullah
The process of offering namaz of Eid is same as for Eid ul Adha & Eid ul fitr.
I heard the Prophet (PBUH) delivering a Khutba saying, “The first thing to be done on this day (first day of Eid ul Adha) is to pray; and after returning from the prayer we slaughter our sacrifices (in the name of Allah) and whoever does so, he acted according to our Sunna (traditions).”
Conclusion:
It is concluded from the above information that Eid is the religious festival, that should be celebrated with love, joy and great happiness. Eid is the gift from the ALLAH Almighty to his Muslim Ummah. Eid-ul-fitr & Eid-ul-Adha both the Eid’s are the gift from the Almighty, these days give us the lesson of helping poor, to Thank Almighty ALLAH for his blessing and mercy. Hajj is also the religious obligation give us the lesson of equality that no one is superior and no one is inferior in the Islam on the base of colour, creed and caste. Everyone is equal and do ibadat for the ALLAH Almighty.

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