Eid-ul-Fitr 2020 Date: Month of Ramadan is just ready to say goodbye. Eid which is celebrated after the end of Ramadan is called Eid-ul-Fitr. This festival is celebrated with great pomp in the Islam community. Mosques are decorated, people wear new clothes, houses are made from one dish to another, the younger ones are given Idi and each other is greeted with Eid. However, due to the lockdown this year, everyone will celebrate Eid in their respective homes. According to the Islamic calendar, the festival of Eid-ul-Fitr is celebrated on the first date of 10th Shawwal after Ramadan. When Eid will be celebrated is determined by the moon’s moon.
When is Eid-ul-Fitr?
This is how this festival is celebrated
On the day of Eid-ul-Fitr, the people of the Muslim community make sweet dishes, especially vermicelli, in homes, called Shur-Qorma. Hugging each other and removes all the complaints. This festival of Islam gives a message of brotherhood, but due to this defeat corona epidemic, it is important to take care of social distancing as well. This is the reason that this time people will not meet more each other and will celebrate the joy of Eid in their homes.
On this day, people get up early in the morning and bathe and wear new clothes and offer Eid prayers. The first prayer offered on this day is called Salat al-Fajr. It is duty-free for every Muslim in Ramadan before Eid. Under this, every person has to pay a quarter to two kilograms of grain or its price to the poor.
History of Eid-ul-Fitr
Eid ul Fitr dates back to Jung-e-Badr according to the date of Islam. Actually, Muslims were conquered in this war, which was led by the Prophet Muhammad himself. After the war, people expressed their happiness by celebrating Eid.
Thanks to Allah on Eid
On the occasion of Eid ul Fitr, people thank God, because Allah gives him the strength to be on fast for a month. Some people believe that donating Ramadan in its Pak month gives double its fruit. So people donate some money from their income for the poor and needy.