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Eid Mubarak 2017: Eid Ul-Fitr(Meethi Eid) is expected to be celebrated on Monday. #EidMubarak2017


People across the world wished Muslim brothers happy Eid-al-Fitr as they are coming to an end of the holy month. The majority of well able people went to Saudi Arabia to pray for Allah to bless the world and in their respective countries.
Eid-al-Fitr is the last day of the holy month of Ramadan, marking an end to a month-long observance of fast from dawn to dusk. In Islam, there are two Eids – Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha. On Eid al-Adha, or commonly known as Bakr-Eid or “sacrifice feast”, sheep or goat is sacrificed and later, their meat is distributed in three parts, among family, friends and the poor.

On the occasion of Eid al-Fitr, Muslims break the fast they had been observing for a month in order to feel closer to their god. The day is hugely anticipated by Muslims all across the world and celebrated with a lot of gusto. Friends and family meet and greet each other on this auspicious day, and several delicacies are prepared. The celebrations generally go on for about three days.

"Throughout the holy month of fasting, the evening meal is usually very rich and meat dominated, once the Ramzan is closed, the following day is celebrated as Eid by eating something sweet the first thing in the morning. It also signifies starting your routine on a sweet note after a month of abstinence and praying," shared Chef Osama Jalali, Masala Trail.

"One of my fondest memories is associated with cooking Sheer overnight. I used to patiently grate coconut into the preparation. A Lot of people have modified and tweaked the recipe these days, but in my opinion, one must not do away with the dried dates (chuhara) and coconut in the Sheer," concluded Chef Osama.


Kenya Chief Kadhi Sheikh Sharif Ahmed Muhdhar said Eid Ul Fitr is expected to be celebrated this Monday, 26th June and might also shift to Tuesday, 27th June depending on the Moon sighting on Sunday.
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