Md Golam sarwar:: The name of the holiday ‘Eid al Fitr” means ‘an Islamic festival that begins the day after Ramadan ends. There are two big festivals for all Bangladeshi, Eid al Fitr another is Eid Ul-Adha. One of the most meaningful days in the Islamic calendar, Eid al-Fitr is a marries three-day celebration that marks the end of Ramadan, a month-long fast observed by most of the world’s 1.6 billion Muslims. look at the traditions of Eid al-Fitr, a festival that above all is about family, community, majesty, and thankfulness.
which Muslims observe every year to acknowledge Allah’s revelation of the Quran to the Prophet Muhammad.
How is the celebration in Bangladesh?
In Bangladesh, this holiday is observed as a public holiday, this holiday is observed by attending obligatory Eid prayers on the morning of Eid, formal embraces, exchanging Eid greetings, visiting friends or relatives, among others, additionally, ladies decorate themselves with henna, people wear their most elegant clothes and with loved ones.
How is the start Eid of the day?
Muslims in Bangladesh usually start the celebrations by performing a full-body purification ritual knows as “ghusl” before attending a prayer service at a mosque. the blessing of Allah (God) and seek forgiveness for their sins. Mosques hold lectures on aspects of Islam and Islamic history.
How might the celebrations be different this year?
Due to the coronavirus pandemic, some traditions tweaked a bit. Eid prayer will occur in mosques across the nation as long as appropriate social distancing measures are applied. moreover, we should take precautions and maintain social distancing. We should stay away from shaking hands and hugging.
When is Eid Al Fitr in Bangladesh?
The holiday will start in Bangladesh on the morning of Friday, May 14th.with roughly 148.6 million (14.7 crores), the fourth-largest Muslim population in the world.