What is Eid al-Fitr?
Eid or Eid al-Fitr marks the finish of Ramadan, which is multi month of fasting that began on May 16 and is finished on the night of June 14.
Eid kickstarts the long stretch of Shawwal, which starts with a devour to end the time of fasting.
The festival is an open occasion in numerous Muslim nations, however isn't one in the UK, regardless of a crusade for it to be perceived in 2014.
Amid Eid, Muslims will frequently buy new garments for the event, and participate in celebrations and festivities.
Numerous will wake up right on time to supplicate at a mosque or open air petition scene.
Endowments and cards are regularly traded among loved ones.
Eid signifies "festivity" and Mubarak signifies "favored", regularly Eid Mubarak is utilized as a welcome over this period.