Masterflex Technical Hose Ltd would like to say Eid Mubarak to everyone celebrating this unique celebration!
Muslims around the world will be celebrating Eid al-Fitr, which is one of the two most important festivals in the Muslim calendar. This holiday is distinct from, Eid al-Adha, the Greater Eid (the Feast of the Sacrifice); which will be celebrated later this year.
To learn more about Eid-al-Fitr, and why it is the sumptuously celebrated holiday, please continue reading the rest of the article:
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Today is Eid al -Fitr:
Eid al-Fitr, the most prominent Islamic festival, is not a festival related in any way to worldly affairs such as changes of seasons or cycles of agriculture.
This day, marking the end of the Islamic month of Ramadan is a celebration of closeness to God; by self-control, or in other words fasting, from worldly desires and bad habits.
Eid al-Fitr is about celebrating the hard work during the month of fasting; the happiness, which Muslims feel, afterwards. Did you know fasting is prescribed in Islam plus in various religions, before?
The significance of fasting:
Being Grateful for Health & Fitness On Eid
Eid is a reward, for people who fast, for having them to be able to practise resilience and self-control. Its significance is about celebrating patience by taking control of hunger, intimate desires all during the day and realising the importance of charity and food for the well-being of society.
Fasting is a difficult task, and the day is a celebration for not only having the strength to do this but improving both your physical and mental health by taking care of yourself, eating healthy and self-control; it can also be a great opportunity to lose bodyweight by exercising just before sunset!
Moreover, as part of fasting, Muslims cannot drink, fight, swear & perform other non-positive acts; which is probably good for both an individual’s mental and physical well-being; Eid is celebrated as an award for the success of this conduct.
Being Grateful For Food On Eid
After abstaining from eating and drinking during the day, in the month of Ramadan, Eid is a swift reminder to people how lucky they are to have the choice to eat and drink.
This is a three-day celebration of joy and thankfulness for the blessings of everyday life. During this day, families and friends visit each other for delicious treats and give food to the less fortunate. Having deserts and sweets is also very common, and different Islamic cultures have their own unique sweets.
Being Grateful For Family, Friends & Strangers During
Like many festive events, Muslims celebrate Eid by spending time with relatives and friends together; to share happiness, and spread harmony.
Millions of people, on this day, gather with their family and friends to attend prayers in the morning. Many Muslims even take one path to the mosque and a different route on their way back. They do this to greet as many people as possible and spread joy and happiness.
For Muslims, it is essential to have this time with family, friends and the community, so that they may celebrate one of the most important holidays of the year.
After the Eid Prayer, most people focus on presenting gifts and family gatherings. Muslims also celebrate Eid by entertaining themselves, traditionally, by choosing to go on a family trip, to a theme park, circus or go out for soundest dinners.
To our family, customers and friends, Eid Mubarak! By Masterflex Technical Hoses UK.