Eid-ul-Fitr is a very important day for the Muslims, as this day marks the end of the holy month of Ramazan. During Ramazan Muslims all over the world keep fasting from dawn till dusk, as a mark of piety to Allah and teachings of the Holy Prophet (Peace be upon Him). Not even a sip of water is taken during the fast, however sultry the climate may be or however thirsty one may feel.
The month of Ramazan is very auspicious to the Muslim community all over the world. It is celebrated on the day after the crescent moon is sighted. The Muslims observe a fast for 30 days, starting with the sighting of the new moon and end it after seeing the new moon, the next month. Muslims give alms and recite the Holy Quran during this holy month. Muslims celebrate Eid all over the world with much enthusiasm and fervour.
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