Eid Ul Fitr 2023

Eid Ul Fitr (Arabic: عيد الفتر‎, meaning “joy of breaking the fast”) is one of the two major religious festivals of Islam. In religious terms, it is also described as Ya omul Zayez (meaning: Day of Reward).  After a long month of fasting or fasting, Muslims celebrate this day with great joy and religious duties. On this day, everyone greets everyone with “Eid Mubarak”.

The significance of Eid-Ul-Fitr is immense in many ways.  In this regard, the words of the Holy Prophet may be recommended.  He said, “When the day of Eid-Ul-Fitr comes, Allah Rabbul Alamin, those who fasted; Glorious about them to the angels and said – “O my angels, you used to say!  What should a worker who performs his work perfectly deserve?  The angels replied, O Lord! 

He deserves full remuneration.  The angels, my servants have performed the duty prescribed for them, and have even gone out for the Eid (Wajib) prayer while supplicating.  In such a case, by My majesty, majesty, high status, and exaltation, I will surely answer their prayers.

  After that Allah Almighty announced to His servants;  Go back, “I have forgiven you and turned your ordinary sins into virtues.”  The beloved Prophet, may God bless him and grant him peace, said, “Then they return (home) in a state of forgiveness.”  The Prophet, may God bless him and grant him peace, said, on the day of Eid-ul-Fitr, the angels of God came down to the streets and stood in the streets shouting – Muslims!  Hurry to Allah. 

He accepts your small prayers and bestows numerous virtues.  You were commanded to fast, and you observed it properly.  You have worshiped Allah awake even at night.  So go, accept from Him the reward of your worship.  (Tabarani) The words of Allah in Qudsi in the hadith – “Fasting is for me and I will repay it.” This declaration of Allah on the day of Eid is burning proof of it.  Eid is not only joy but also worship.  In this context, Hazrat Abu Umama (R.A.) said, “Whoever worships awake on the night of Eid with faith and with the intention of reward, his heart will be free from the horrors of the Hour.” 

Paradise becomes mandatory for one who worships five Rajini’s awake.  These are the nights of the 8th, 9th, and 10th of the month of Zilhajj, the night of Eid-ul-Fitr, and the night of the 15th of the month of Shaban, Shabba Baraat.


Eid is the biggest religious festival of Muslims.  According to Islam, Eid comes twice a year.  First is Eid-ul-Fitr, the festival of giving.  Then Eid-ul-Azha, the festival of renunciation.  The celebration of Eid-ul-Fitr started after the migration of the Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) to Madinah.

 According to some historical accounts, the Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) came to Madinah and saw that the people of Madinah were rejoicing on two days a year.  He asked, what are these two days?  They said, Nowroz and Mihirjan.  Nowroz festival is celebrated on an autumn full moon, and the Mihirjan festival is celebrated on a spring full moon. 

Then Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said, “Allah has given you two better days instead of these two days, that is the day of Eid-Ul-Azha and Eid-Ul-Fitr.”  At the end of the month of Ramadan, Eid-ul-Fitr is celebrated together with joy.

According to researchers and experts on the subject, the first Eid was celebrated in 623 AD.


Holy Eid-ul-Fitr.  After a long month of Ramadan, today is the day to break that strict rule.  The people of the Islamic community rejoice in the joy of the holy Eid with family, relatives, and friends.

Muslims worship Allah early on the day of Eid.  According to Islam, 2 Rakat Eid Namaz with 6 Takbeer is read in any Maidan or big mosque or community hall.  After the scheduled time of Fajr prayer, it is time to pray Eid-ul-Fitr.

Muslims must perform this prayer.  There is a provision in Islam for the Imam to deliver the sermon before the Jumma prayer on Friday, but in the case of the Eid prayer, it is a rule in Islam to deliver it after the prayer.  According to the description of Islam, it is very auspicious for the Imam to deliver the sermon after the Eid-ul-Fitr prayer.

On this Eid-ul-Fitr day, eating dates or karma or sweets before going to pray is considered a virtuous act by Muslims. Also, according to Islam, on this day, you have to wear new clothes and stay clean.

To make up for any mistakes during fasting during the entire month of Ramadan, the people of the Islamic community donate some money as Fitra to the poor and needy on the day of Eid.

People celbrate eid ul fitr for joy and sunnah.


Eid ul Fitr is one of our main festivals of the year. People celebrate it in many ways-

1.  Not fasting: It is forbidden to fast on the day of Eid.

 2.  Bathing: Bathing before the Eid prayer.  Narrated by Hazrat Abdullah Ibn Umar (R.A.), Hazrat Rasool Kareem Sallallahu Alaihi Wasallam used to take a bath before going to the Eid prayer.  [Muatta Imam Malik].

 3.  Eating something: There is a hadith about eating something before going to pray on Eid.  In particular, the hadith mentions eating dates or sweets.  Narrated from Hazrat Anas (RA).  He said Hazrat Rasool Karim (PBUH) did not go to Eidgah without eating dates.  [Bukhari].

 4.  Using perfume, using perfume or perfume on the day of Eid.  5.  wear nice clothes  Narrated from Hazrat Jabir (RA).  He said that the Prophet (PBUH) had a beautiful Jubba which he used to wear on both Eids and Fridays.  [Baihaki].

 6.  Paying Sadaqatul Fitr.  Narrated on the authority of Hazrat Ibn Abbas (RA).  The Prophet (PBUH) said, giving Sadaqatul Fitr is obligatory in the Shariah.  On the one hand, sanctifies defective fasting, on the other hand, it fulfills the needs of the needy to some extent.

 7.  Going for Eid prayers on foot and going by one road and returning by another road.  It is narrated from Hazrat Saeed Ibn Zubair (R.A.) that he said, The Prophet (S.A.W.) used to go to the Eid prayer on one road and return by another road.  (Bukhari)

 8.  Saying Takbeer.  Going to say takbeer for Eid prayers.  It is narrated in various traditions from Hazrat Ibn Umar (R.A.) that the Prophet (S.A.W.) used to say Takbeer till the moment before he left the house and reached the Eidgah.  Takbir should be said like this: Allahu Akbar Allahu Akbar, La-Ilaha Illallahu Allahu Akbar Allahu Akbar, Walillahil Hamd.

 9.  Exchange mutual Eid greetings on the day of Eid.  Exchanging greetings in this way ‘eg takbabbalullah minna wa minkum’ (may Allah accept me and you) etc.

 10.  Eid prayer.  It is not right to perform any other prayer before the Eid prayer on the day of Eid.  Hazrat Ibnu Abbas (RA) said: Hazrat Rasool (PBUH) used to go out on the day of Eid and pray only two rakats of Eid.  He did not perform Nafal or extra prayers before or after Eid prayers.  [Bukhari, Muslim and Tirmidhi].

 11.  Listening to sermons and making Dua.  After the Eid prayer, the Imam will deliver the Khutbah, and the worshipers will listen to it attentively.  It is obligatory to observe it.

All pray to Allah Ta’ala to grant us the Tawfiq to celebrate Eid where there will be no class distinction between the rich and the poor.

Eid Ul Fitr Message

The happiest days of the Muslim world are 2 days of Eid in a year.  One is Eid-ul-Fitr and the other is Eid-ul-Azha.  Eid-ul-Fitr is a day of great joy for those who fast. After a month of fasting, the Almighty Allah gives gifts to those who fast on the day of Eid.  How many arrangements are made on the said Eid?  On this day, everyone wishes Eid Mubarak to their friends and relatives through messages.  Presented here are some Eid-ul-Fitr messages that you can send to your loved ones.

  • Eid means laughter, Eid means hope.  Eid means my love for you. Eid means the smile of the sweet moon in the distant sky.  Eid means everyone floats in the ocean of happiness. Eid Mubarak. Happy Eid Ul Fitr.
  • Hello dear and beloved, just a few more days, everyone’s happy day is coming!  Buy new clothes, don’t have much time The invitation is in advance, you will come but on the day of Eid, I will wait all day. Happy Eid Ul Fitr
  • Eid means happiness, Eid means joy.  I wish you, Eid Mubarak.  Have a great Eid day, celebrate it with family, friends, and relatives and stay happy.  Eid Mubarak wishes you and your family a lot of joy and happiness. Happy Eid Ul Fitr.

Eid Ul Fitr Wishes

Eid means joy, Eid means happiness, and Eid means laughter.  Greetings to each other for Eid.  Those of you who are going to send SMS to friends and relatives on the occasion of Eid can take help from our website. Because Eid Mubarak SMS is provided on our website.  You can easily collect these Happy Eid Ul Fitr Wishes.

And you can send those who need you.  Among them, many friends have sent us various types of SMS.  You can also send an SMS as a courtesy to everyone regarding Eid wishes.

  • The day of Eid has come again.  Eid means a lot of joy and happiness.  Share the joy of Eid with everyone and spread the happiness of Eid among everyone.  Help the poor as much as you can and join them in having a beautiful Eid day and you will see the world become joyful. Happy Eid Ul Fitr.
  • The year has turned around and once again we have our favorite festival Eid-Ul-Fitr.  Wishing you and your family a very blessed Eid-Ul-Fitr.  May the happiness of your family double and wish you all a beautiful and festive Eid.  Eid Mubarak from me to your family. Happy Eid Ul Fitr
  • Eid Ul Fitr to you.  Bring your invited family to my house today.  I am waiting for you.

Eid Ul Fitr Status

There is one day of the year to keep in touch, even if you don’t have contact with people on other days.  And that is the day of Eid.  Check your friends on Eid day.  Follow up with those who have not been contacted at the end of the year.

They can exchange various greetings.  Wish them Eid and share their status by mentioning them on your Facebook and Instagram accounts.  Of course, wishes will be related.  If you share this status, a relationship will develop between them.

 The drought that was going on between you for a long time will be fixed.  So share a beautiful status with Eid greetings to keep the relationship alive.  And you can send Eid invitations through status. All in all, I wish everyone a well-celebrated Eid festival.  To those of you who are celebrating Eid, I say “Eid Mubarak” once again.  Below are some beautiful statuses for you

  • The first of the two biggest Muslim festivals is the holy Eid-Ul-Fitr.  I wish Eid Mubarak to you and your family.  Celebrate Eid beautifully with everyone.  Festival is not only your happiness but also the poor and sad people around you and your neighbors and if you don’t share the joy of Eid with everyone, the joy of Eid will be doubled. Happy Eid Ul Fitr
  • After a long month of fasting, our biggest festival, the holy Eid-Ul-Fitr, has arrived. I wish you a very happy Eid Mubarak Eid-Ul-Fitr.  I pray that you spend the Eid day very well with your family and relatives and I wish you and your family, Eid Mubarak. Happy Eid Ul Fitr to all.

FAQ about Eid Ul Fitr

Why is Eid Ul Fitr Celebrated?

Eid is the biggest religious festival of Muslims.  According to Islam, Eid comes twice a year.  First is Eid-Ul-Fitr, the festival of giving.  Then Eid-Ul-Azha, the festival of renunciation. Source-Wikipedia.

What does Eid Ul Fitr mean?

Blessed feast.

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The happiest days of the Muslim world are 2 days of Eid in a year.  One is Eid-Ul-Fitr and the other is Eid-Ul-Azha.  Eid-Ul-Fitr is a day of great joy for those who fast. After a month of fasting, the Almighty Allah gives gifts to those who fast on the day of Eid. Wish you a happy Eid. Eid Mubarak to all. Celebrate this beautiful Eid with great enthusiasm.