A8News – As per islamicfinder.org, Eid-ul-Fitr 2021 may be celebrated on the date May 13. However, it is a predicated date. An accurate date of celebrating the Eid-ul-Fitr will be decided once the moon will sight.
Moreover, Ramadan Eid indicates the end of Ramadan month. In addition to that, the Muslim community commences this day by doing a special prayer on the morning of Shawwal first’s day. The corrected date of Eid-Ul-Fitr relies on the sighting of the moon. Due to it, masses will come to know about the precise date.
Ramadan Eid 2021 date in India:
Ramadan is also known as the Ramzan that is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. In this time, the Muslim community does the fasting from day to night or dawn to dusk. In addition to that, they eat the food before dawn. After that, they eat the meal after the sunset. The meal which is taken before dawn is known as the Suhur. On the other side, a meal that is eaten after the sunset is known as the Iftar.
It is believed that in this month, God had explained the verse of the Quran for the first time. God explained to Prophet Muhammad on “Laylat al-Qadr” (The night of power). It is the holiest night of the year. On that night, Allah’s blessings are abundant. In addition to that, all the sins are forgiven.
The observance of Ramadan makes one realize the fraud of human life and dependence of human life on the Almighty of sustenance.
According to the holy book Quran, fasting while Ramadan is categorized as one of the pillars of Islam. In addition to that, other pillars of Islam are categorized as the declaration of faith, daily prayer, charity, and going for hajj pilgrimage in Mecca.
Moreover, the word Ramadan has a specific meaning in Arabic that is extreme dryness and intolerable heat. Along with it, Ramadan commences and ends when the new moon appears. According to calendardate.com, in 2021, Ramadan will commence from the evening of Monday, April 12, 2021. Further, it will end on Tuesday, May 11, 2021.
Who can observe the fast?
Ramadan fasting is mandatory for all Muslims above adolescence except patients, elders, travelers, and women experiencing pregnancy or menstruation.
According to Islamic Belief, God will forgive all of your past sins of those devotees who fast and pray with honorable intentions. The Muslims celebrate this occasion by saying “Ramadan Mubarak” and “Ramadan Kareem”.
In addition to that, Muslims do charity. Even, it is an essential part of celebrating Eid. Along with it, one of the five pillars of Islam is Zakat. It is also known as giving money, clothes, food, and basic yet essential items to the poor. Most Muslims provide Zakat to poor people before offering the Eid Prayer.
Moreover, the timings and date of celebrating Eid are varied from different countries. So, the exact date of Eid-Ul-Fitr will be confirmed soon.