Although worshiping Allah or God, can be done at any time during the year and no special day is earmarked for this, but still, Every religion has set about a particular date and time for fasting and prayers so that it can bring about maximum benefit to the one observing the fast or praying.
Ramzan Eid /Eid Al – Fitr– which is also known as the ‘”Festival of Breaking The Fast”.It is an important Religious festival celebrated by Muslims. It Is celebrated worldwide which marks as the end of Ramadan which is the Islamic holy month of Fasting.
Eid Al-Fitr which has a unique, which means Islamic Prayer, is generally offered in a very large hall or in an open place or fields.
It is performed only in Congregation which means. And it has an extra six (which means the raising of the hands to the ears while saying “Allahu ‘Akbar” meaning “God is the greatest”).
This is because one needs to be reminded to thank the Lord and not forget His innumerable blessings bestowed upon us, in our daily hustle-bustle of household tasks or earning of a livelihood.
Muslims strongly believe that they are commanded by God, as it is mentioned in the Religious holy book Quran to continue fast till the last day of Ramadan.
We need to take out time to thank Him for giving us the gift of life, for the breath that sustains life, for the food we eat etc.Also, while praying we should hope that when our lives finally comes to an end, and His angels come to take us away from this Earth, we are granted paradise.
They also pay the Zakat Al – Fitr before offering Eid prayers of gratitude to Allah. History Eid Al – Fitr was first originated by the Islamic Prophet Muhammad.
It is on the first day of the holy Islamic month. Of Shawl and at the end of Ramadan, in which the Muslims undergo Fasting for a period. According to some traditions, it was initiated in Medina after the migration of Muhammad from Mecca. When Prophet Muhammad arrived in Medina, he found that the people were celebrating two specific days.
These two days they used to entertain me with recreation and merriment. Prophet Muhammad asked the people about the nature of these festivals to which they replied that these days are the occasions of fun and recreation.
To this, the Prophet Muhammad remarked. This Almighty fixed two days of festivals, which are better known as Eid Al – Fitr and Eid Al.
Performing Eid Al – Fitr prayer. Eid Al – Fitr prayer which is also called Al – Fitr or Eid Al – which is performed on the occasion of Eid.
But, it is not easy to appease the Lord-He too, likes to test His disciples. Only those who please Him with their devotion are granted His mercy.