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Eid-ul-Fitr Significance

True celebration is not merely about adorning one self with bright apparels and gathering with near and dear ones, but it also about devoting oneself truly and sincerely to the almighty. And this is Eid-ul-Fitr significance. The festivity is all about devotion, glory and greetings. Muslims all round the globe join in the spiritual celebration.

The significance of Eid-ul-Fitr lies in rejoicing and feasting in the commemoration of Allah. After the holy month of Ramadan, Eid-ul-Fitr is the perfect occasion to thank the great Allah for helping the devotees in culminating the scared month of fasting with utmost sincerity and integrity. Devotees who fast during Ramadan are blessed by Allah the Great, and Allah washes off their past sins. The essence of Eid-ul-Fitr lies in a number of facets. Herein are a few of them.

Eid, the day of Devotion: Eid synonymous to celebration, celebration in the name of Allah and devoting oneself completely to the Almighty. On Eid, Muslims after taking a shower early morning pray to the Lord for his kindness and grace.

Eid, the day of Charity: Eid doesnít just stand for an extravaganza it also involves charity and kindness for the poor and the needy. It is believed that Eid is the best occasion to give charity and Muslims are recommended to assist the poor in bettering his life by whatever means possible. Muslims perform charity before going to the mosque in the morning.

Eid, a Thanksgiving Day: Of course Eid is the best moment for the Muslims to thank Allah and offer gratitude for showering his blessings and helping them to fulfill their spiritual obligations during the month of Ramadan.

Eid, the day of Remembrance: Eid definitely is the day to commemorate the magnificence Allah and his kind favors.

Eid, the day of Victory: Eid is the celebration of the success in ending the Ramadan with truthfulness and genuineness. The follower who victoriously attains his holy rights receives the Eid with a triumphant spirit.

Eid, the day of Harvest: Allah rewards abundance to those who follow Allahís path of sincerity, truthfulness, justice, equality, love, worship, peace and harmony.

Eid, the day of Forgiveness: Eid is the best opportunity to show ones resilience and firmness against the evils. On Eid the worshippers whole-heartedly pray for forgiveness for their past sins and strength in faith. And Allah surely rewards those who pray with earnestness and honesty.

Eid, the day of Peace: Eid spreads the message of peace in the world and more importantly within ones one self. With the establishment of peace within ones heart, following Allahís law and leading a disciplinary life the true followers is graced by the Allah.

Thus, Eid-ul-Fitr holds immense importance in the life of the Muslims. Itís the way to reach the Great Allah and seek his divine blessings and rewards.

 
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