When and What is Eid ul Fitr?
Islam shows Muslims how to commend the Eid. On nowadays, the Muslims scrub down and wear their best garments. Despite the fact that fasting is not allowed on the Eid days, yet, the real piece of the festival is not eating or drinking; rather, it is a petition that unites Muslims to recollect Allah’s bounties and observe His grandness and significance.
The Eids and their festival in Islam convey an unmistakable importance and soul. They are entirely different from the festivals in different countries and societies. For different countries, an occasion is an opportunity to inundate in common joys or to include oneself in restricted acts to the most extreme. Not so for Muslims! For Muslims, the Eid is an event to increment in great deeds. Each Eid marks the finish of an essential love, and the assurance to proceed in dutifulness and accommodation to Allah (Glorified be He).
In snapshots of extraordinary delight or bitterness, a Muslim always remembers his Lord’s enormity, may radiance and watchfulness (Glorified be He). A Muslim’s activities are constantly controlled by this proceeded with recognition and mindfulness.
In this manner the Eid is not an event to take an excursion from Islamic duties and responsibilities, nor to dawdle and cash in lavishness. It is not “a good time for the sake of entertainment”. Or maybe, it is controlled and coordinated cheering that is of extreme and unmistakable advantage for the Muslim.
The Eid is an opportunity to duplicate great deeds by conveying bliss and joy to the hearts of different Muslims, by aiding and supporting poor people and destitute and by getting included in side interests that stress the solid and genuine Islamic character.
In spite of the fact that Eid ul-Fitr is dependably around the same time of the Islamic logbook, the date on the Gregorian date-book shifts from year to year, since the Gregorian date-book is a sunlight based timetable and the Islamic schedule is a lunar date-book. This distinction implies Eid ul-Fitr moves in the Gregorian timetable around 11 days consistently. The date of Eid ul-Fitr may likewise fluctuate from nation to nation contingent upon whether the moon has been located or not.
Hopefully this year we are going to celebrate Eid ul-Fitr on 26 to 28 June, 2017 but the dates given here depend on the dates received by the Rawayet Hilal Committee for the festival of Eid ul-Fitr. Take note of that these dates depend on cosmic estimations to avow each date and on the genuine locating of the moon with the stripped eyes. This approach is acknowledged by many, but is still being hotly debated.