significance of Eid ul fitr


Happy Eid-ul-Fitr 

significance of eid ul-fitr

The pursuit of happiness and pleasure is a characteristic of human nature. Man has been searching for happiness from the very beginning. Some joys are individual in which only the individual and a few persons belonging to him share and some joys are collective in which people belonging to a religion or region as a nation share. The days of such celebrations in which the members of a nation collectively participate and adopt them religiously and culturally are considered as the festivals of that nation. The chapters of history are not without mention of such festivals of ancient nations.

Festivals are a mirror of the culture and society of different nations. Every nation celebrates its festivals according to its beliefs and customs. The festivals of some nations are a display of outward adornment and wealth and the festivals of some nations are an expression of national strength and national stability.

Islam is a religion of nature and a complete code of life and is responsible for the betterment and welfare of both the individual and the society. It has elevated the Islamic nation to two Islamic festivals and religious celebrations which bring happiness, spiritual maturity and individual happiness to the children of Islam. And are a manifestation of collective glory. One of these festivals is called Eid-ul-Fitr and the other is called Eid-ul-Adha.

Shortly after the advent of Islam, when the great event of migration took place, the Prophet (peace be upon him) saw the people of Madinah celebrating festivals (non-Islamic) two days a year. He (SAW) asked: How are these two days? The people of Madinah said that these two days are our days of happiness and joy. We play sports these days. He (SAW) said: Allah Almighty has given you two days of Yom-ul-Adha and Yum-ul-Fitr which are better than your days of playing, jumping and rejoicing. In this way, Hazrat Shara with his decree completely eradicated the memorable ceremonies and rituals of the Jahiliyyah era and wished the people of Madinah and all Muslims a happy Eid-ul-Fitr. Gave the gift of

The word "Eid al-Fitr" is a combination of the two words Eid and al-Fitr. It is interpreted in such a way that the substance of Eid is three letters and that is. Oud-e-Ad-e-Oud-e-Oud-e-Awad-e-Awad-e-Awad-e-Awad-e-Awad-e-Awad-e-Awad-e-Awad-e-Awad-e-Awad-e-Awad-e-Awad-e-Awad-e-Awad-e-Awad The day of Saeed is called Eid.

What does fitr mean to do again or for the first time:

After a good night's sleep and rest, a person wakes up in the morning and starts his day with a short meal. In the same way, breaking the fast and quenching the hunger and thirst of the fasting person after eating and drinking from dawn to dusk in the month of fasting is called iftar. In the joy of performing the duty of fasting for a whole month, Muslims cook delicious and sweet food on the first of Shawwal according to their status and also enable these members of the Islamic community to cook good food by giving Sadaqat-ul-Fitr and in their happiness. Participants who cannot afford to cook good food due to their poverty. This Eid is called Eid-ul-Fitr after the resumption of eating and drinking as usual after thirty days and the payment of Sadaqat-ul-Fitr.

Eid-ul-Fitr is also called the sweet Eid. This festival reflects the spirit of Islam and the cultural values ​​of the Muslims. This festival expresses the Muslims' devotion to God and their interest in worshiping God. Wise, mature and healthy Muslims fast all day for a month and listen to the Qur'an at night in Taraweeh. Muslims pay special attention to the recitation of the Qur'an during the month of Ramadan.

Thus, after the completion of 29 or 30 days of the month of Ramadan, they celebrate Eid in the joy of their worship and the blessings of the blessed month. On the day of Eid, they get up early in the morning and make honey. After eating a few dates or something sweet, they recite Takbirs aloud, saying, “O Akbar, O Akbar, O Allah, O Allah, O Akbar, O Akbar, O Akbar, O Alhamdulillah!” They are live. Be it cities or villages, Muslim men and women and young and old, dressed in clean and pure clothes, their eyes are bright with joy and their foreheads are bright with the joy of Eid. The atmosphere resounds with the soulful voices of praise and sanctity and takbir and tahlil. Gatherings of Muslims for Eid prayers in Eidgahs and open fields create new spirits of glory and splendor, and the heartwarming scenes of "Glory be to the country" give solace to the heart and eyes.

Most of the deeds of Eid-ul-Fitr reflect the belief that all aspects of greatness and all forms of exaltation are worthy of the blessings of God Almighty. Kabrai is the manifestation of the beauty and majesty of his being. All the servants of God, whether they are rulers or subjugated, servants or servants, rich or poor, strong or weak, are all His humble servants and mortal beings. He is the Absolute Ruler and Sustainer of all. He is the first and the last, the same Hayy and Qayyum and the same Eternal and Eternal, and all manifestations of greatness and greatness are only and only his personal right. On the day of Eid-ul-Fitr, while going to the Eid-ul-Fitr, everyone's asthma is reciting takbeers aloud, reciting excessive takbeers in the Eid prayers, and then repeating these takbeers several times in the Eid sermon, simply because Muslims believe in divine monotheism and Islamic equality. Let it settle in the hearts of the people and let it descend into the depths of the mind and become an integral part of their beliefs and practices.

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