Eid Ul Juha

This is considered as one of the holiest festivals of the Muslim brothers. Celebrated on the occurrence of the emergence of the new moon, Eid is the festival of peace and brotherhood.  According to the Islamic tradition, Ramadan is the holy month for observing a strict fast and offering prayers to Allah. Now, at the end of Ramadan, Eid Ul Juha arrives, and Muslims around the world breaks the fast and celebrate Eid Ul Juha by offering prayers and embracing each other, thereby celebrating the festival of brotherhood and peace.

Muslin population being one of the highest in the world, the occasion of Eid Ul Juha is declared via radio, websites, television and other means of mass communication. People hear the announcement and make preparations accordingly, and celebrate Eid. Wealthy Muslims even celebrate it grandly by inviting guests, arranging lavish feasts and conveying the message of brotherhood.  Secular countries like India and others give equal importance to the Muslim brothers and declare Holiday.

The Muslims countries around the worlds are quite strict during the period of Ramadan and observe strict timings of meals during sunset and sunrise. They are strictly religious and deprive themselves of even a drop of water during the whole day. Muslims countries are strict and urge people from other religion not to have even a drop of water in front of the fast observers. Saudi Arabia which is regarded as the core of Islamic faith declares the timings of fasting, eating, prayers and many more activities. In fact, Muslims considers it holy to be in the land of Mecca and Medina during these festival days.  A lot of wealthy Muslims believe in giving away wealth to the needy and also feed the hungry. Religion has its beauty; brotherhood and peace are the same ethics emphasized.

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