Eid-ul-Fitr was celebrated across the state of Tripura on Saturday like many other countries around the world.
On this occasion, there was a festive mood across the state.
In the morning, devout Muslims offer Eid prayers in every mosque in the state. Everyone, young and old, joins in the prayer.
The largest prayer in the state is held at the Gedu Mia’s mosque. After the prayer, a special prayer is offered for the peace and harmony of the people of the state as well as the world.
Eid ul Fitr is the biggest festival of Muslims, which is celebrated on the completion of the month of Ramadan. Fasting ends with Eid ul Fitr.
According to the Islamic calendar, Eid-ul-Fitr is celebrated on the first day of Shawwal after Ramadan. It starts with the morning prayer.
Ramadan started on Friday, 24 March. That’s why Eid ul Fitr is being celebrated on 22 April, Saturday i.e. today.
According to Islamic belief, the Quran came for the first time only at the end of the month of Ramadan. The celebration of Eid-ul-Fitr started in the holy city of Madina after the migration of Prophet Mohammad from Mecca.
It is believed that Prophet Hazrat Muhammad won the battle of Badr. In the happiness of this victory, he had made everyone’s mouth sweet. This day is celebrated as Meethi Idi or Eid-ul-Fitr.
According to Islamic beliefs, Allah forgives all the sins of those who fast with a pure heart and offer prayers during Ramadan.
Sweet dishes such as vermicelli, sweets are made on this day. Sweet vermicelli is served to the guests who come to the house. Idi is distributed among friends and relatives. People hug each other and wish Eid Mubarak. Eid ul Fitr is also called the festival of charity.
The followers of Islam say that Allah is kind to those who fast with a true heart in the holy month of Ramadan. They also thank Allah for giving them the opportunity and strength to fast.
They wake up in the morning and offer a special prayer first and then congratulate friends and relatives on Eid. This gift of Allah is called by the name of Eid-ul-Fitr.
This festival is celebrated with great enthusiasm not only in India but all over the world.
On Eid, people of Muslim religion wear new clothes and offer namaz in the morning. Then celebrate the festival together with your friends and family.
It is considered a festival of sharing happiness. On this day, Muslims exchange delicious dishes and gifts like sheer khurma and vermicelli.