MUSLIMS about the world are celebrating a month of fasting for Ramadan. Eid al-Fitr is the celebration that marks the finish of Ramazan. But when is Eid 2019 and how do you wish someone a joyful Eid? The holy month of Ramazan is almost at an end. Since May 5 Muslims around the world have signed Ramadan with a regular fast, which they believe causes them closer to God. Ramadan 2019 ends on June 4 and is celebrated with a happy festival called Eid-al-Fitr. Muslims use the month to give away their worldly wants to bring them closer to God, which is why they fast from dawn to sunset every day of Ramazan. Ramadan 2019 began on May 5 and will end on June 4.
The dates of Ramazan are marked by many lunar stages. Ramadan starts with the rising of the moon and finishes with the sighting of the Shawwal Moon. An absolute moon-sighting council decides the dates of Ramadan every year. The commission is chaired by the Minister of Justice in the UAE, and announces the sighting of the Crescent Moon, starting Ramadan. Eid al-Fitr marks the end of Ramazan and the start of the 10th month in the Islamic calendar. The 10th month of the Muslim calendar is known as Shawwal, and it is welcomed in with a happy celebration.
When is Eid 2019?
Eid al Fitr 2019 will be observed on Tuesday, 4th of June 2019. This is the experimental data as the actual date is likely on the sighting of the moon of Shawwal, the tenth month in the Islamic calendar. Eid 2019 is celebrated on the first of Shawwal, after the month of Ramazan 2019. The month of Ramadan finishes with the happy occasion of Eid al Fitr as Muslims thank Allah (SWT), celebrating the celebration with religious fervor.
The month of Ramazan is full of performing, pleasure, and festivity as the Muslims immerse themselves in understanding the Quran and Duas and spending the highest time doing Dhikr. The Muslims fast the whole month as it teaches them the true definition of determination and tolerance while being empathetic towards the weak and needy.
At the end of the Ramadan, the Muslims are rewarded with the celebration of Eid al Fitr (Eid 2019). It is important to note that it is extremely forbidden to fast on the celebration of Eid. Each country’s festivals vary as there is an impact of their traditions. Muslims all over the world celebrate the celebration of Eid al Fitr by beginning the day with the Eid prayer (Eid 2019). After the Eid prayers, people greet each other with the usual Eid greetings, Eid Mubarak with a formal embrace, three times. Then, a sweet dish is regularly made in Muslim homes and eaten in happiness. Everyone knows new clothes made for a special event because every single person wants to look at his/her best. The festival turns around the theme of togetherness and joy. Thus, this Eid is considered to be an event of immense rejoice. In reality, Muslims celebrate the graces given upon them by Allah (SWT) and thank Him.
When is Eid al Adha 2019?
Eid al Adha or Qurbani (Eid 2019) will be celebrated on Monday, 12th of August 2019. This is the conditional date as the exact date is contingent on the sighting of the moon of Dhul Hijjah.
Eid ul Adha is an event celebrated among Muslims all over the world in memory of the sacrifice that Prophet Ibrahim (AS) made out of his great faith in Allah (SWT). Ibrahim (AS) showed a readiness to sacrifice his son Ismail (AS) but his son was returned with a lamb by Allah (SWT). Allah (SWT) was so satisfied with Ibrahim’s (AS) submission to Him that He made this presentation of sacrifice and faith a strong part of a Muslim’s life.
Hence, every year on the tenth of Dhul Hijjah, Muslims all over the world observe Eid ul Azha (Eid 2019). On this day, Muslims massacre a sheep, lamb, goat or a camel to honor the sacrifice of Ibrahim (AS). A sense of humanity and gratitude colors this festival.
This festival is meant to make a Muslim more good in his or her actions. It should not be expressed only to offer sacrifices; rather it is meant to get hidden lessons of freedom from selfish wants and to elevate a Muslim from anything that limits his ability to fulfill his duties as a Muslim.
How do you wish someone Happy Eid?
The traditional Eid card is to say “Eid Mubarak.”
Muslims follow this card which means “Happy holiday” or “Happy celebration” with a ceremonious embrace, three times.
After Eid prayers, a specially-prepared delicious dish is eaten and the rest of the day is spent partying with friends and family. Families and colleagues indulge together and gifts are shared. Everyone gets new clothes for a special event so they look their best.