Wednesday, November 2, 2011

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The Eid Moon
Muslims celebrate two Eids- Eid-ul-Fitar and Eid-ul-Azha every year. Both are considered happy and "holy" days. Both are days of rejoicing and prayer.

The Shawal moon announces the arrival of Eid-ul-Fitar. It is the end of Ramazan, the holy month of fasting. The next morning, the Muslims assemble in a great thanks-giving congregation. They thank the merciful Allah for giving them the opportunity and strength to observe the sacred fasts. They ask Him to forgive them for their weaknesses and sins. They reaffirm their vow of faithfulness to Allah.

The evening when the moon is expected to appear, is a memorable evening. As the sun goes down, the faithful break their fast and offer the Nimaz-e-Maghrib. They rush to the roofs of their houses and join the search for the Shawal moon. They turn their eyes towards the western horizon. On every house top there are scores of people, all scanning the sky with keen, expectant eyes.

After the Shawal moon is sighted, people raise their hands in prayers. Children are particularly fond and excited about seeing the Eid Moon. As they sight it, their faces usually light up with joy. Dinner is eaten in a joyous mood and plans for the next days are made. What would everyone wear and what will be the menu for the food. Many people hit the roads to go to their loved ones if they live in another city. Women especially go to markets to buy bangles and the Eid specaility "mehndi or henna". Different food stalls are instantly put up and a joyous atmosphere is everywhere.

The moon of Zil Haj is the harbinger of Eid-ul-Azha. This festival is celebrated ten days after the appearance of the moon. It commemorates the sacrifice of Hazrat Ismail by his father Hazrat Ibrahim. Allah asked Ibrahim to sacrifice his only son to Him. Ibrahim willingly put the knife on his son's neck but Allah saved Ismail and by a miracle, Hazrat Ismail was replaced by a sheep. Ibrahim and Ismail had stood the test of faithfulness.

Muslims sacrifice sheep, cows or camels on Eid-ul-Azha. The day is a busy, happy and a memorable day for all.

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Eid Al Fitr

There are two main celebrations in Islam, one of them is Eid Al Fitr. In some countries it is also called Idul Fitri or Eidul Fitr. It starts on the 1st day of Shawwal, which is the 10th month in the Hijri calendar. During this 3-day festival Muslims celebrate the end of Ramadan.

This is the day of thanksgiving to Allah that He gave the opportunity to Muslims to enjoy the blessing of Ramadan.

The ceremony starts early morning with a worship service. This is usually held in a large open area where hundreds of Muslims can get together. After the prayer, a short sermon is delivered and then the people greet each other.

The rest of the ceremonies are held privately: People invite and visit each other. Every family kills lamb or goat and they share the food with the relatives, friends and the poorer members of their community.

Children receive gifts, some money and new clothes.

If you plan to travel during Eid al Fitr, keep in mind that these days are public holidays in Muslims countries, so government offices and banks are closed. Public transport services may also be limited.
Tourists sites are usually open but it may vary from one country to the other.
Shops and markets are open as usual, it is actually a very busy time for retailers, especially the ones selling clothes and sweets.

Eid Al Fitr is also a school holiday, so resorts usually get very crowded with families and hotel prices tend to skyrocket this time of the year.

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Muslims all over the world celebrate a very much awaited event called Eid after the holy Month of Ramazan. Since, the whole month of Ramazan Muslims observe fasting therefore it is also celebrated with much enthusiasm all over the world. Today, there are more than 15,000 Muslims residing in Denver, Colorado and the Muslim community of Denver also celebrates it with much excitement. They gather together on the sacred day to celebrate and enjoy. On this Eid, hire a special Limousine for your family and guests to make this day more memorable. And to receive your guests from the airport, pick a Denver Airport Limousine and greet your family in a grand style.

On this holy occasion, Muslims show brotherhood and enjoy the festivities together. If any of your Muslim brothers is angry from you, this is the right occasion to ask forgiveness from him. For this you can hire a Limousine for him and his family and give him a surprise by coming to his home on a Limousine to pick him in a welcoming way, ask his forgiveness and take him to your home in a Limousine. You can also buy some gifts for this occasion like special Eid cakes and sweets may be available at some bakeries or to make this event more special you can also buy different perfumes and can give Eidee to the kids.

On the other hand, your family should be ready with a lavish dinner. Since on Eid special Muslim foods are being cooked, make sure you cook all the specialties of Eid. Islam teaches brotherhood and forgiveness and on such an occasion with such a grand treatment he will forget the past grudges for sure. And then you and your guests can go out together in a boulder Limousine to a recreational spot to enjoy.

Not only of the relatives and the friends, but these Eids brings happiness to the poor and the needy people as well. Do not forget them on this festival. Gather few things, including clothes, food and toys and make this day a reason of celebration for them as well. You can also place gifts like a Quran, Quran boxes, different Islamic books, Eid cards etc. and for children you can add few sweet baskets and toys as well. Personally go and visit the poor and hand them the gifts yourself. The smiles which your gifts will bring on their faces would become a reason of happiness for you.

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Eid - The Celebration
Eid is the word of Arabic language that means joy celebration and happiness. It is purely a religious festival for Muslims.Muslims celebrates two eids, throughout the world in one year. One is Eid-ul-fitr and other is Eid-ul-Azha. Eid -ul-fitr is celebrated when Ramdan the month of fasting is over while eid-ul-azha is celebrated at the 10th of Zill Haj after the biggest and sacred holy obligation "the haj".

No matter which eid it is it is always the day of happiness and celebration for Muslims all over the world. As Islamic calendar is the lunar calendar, the change of the month depends on the appearance of the moon.So moon sighting is the beginning of the eid day celebration. As eid -ul- azha is celebrated the 10th of zill haj so it is pre decided but there is a great excitement for eid- ul- fitr as people are so much conscious whether there will be 30 days of ramzan or 29.

Celebration of eid- ul- fitr starts with moon sighting. People always have special plans for the "Chand raat". After Aftari on twenty eight day of ramzan people go to open places to fix their gaze on the western horizon to locate the crescent. Cloudy sky may disappoint them but in clear atmosphere they try their level best to find out the moon. After seeing the moon they embrace one another and exchange eid Mubarik. If the moon is not visible in any area, people remain restless and sit before T.V. and wait for the official announcement. Anyhow, after announcement, no matter if it is at midnight people come out of their houses they visit their dear ones. Youngsters have their own way of celebrating chand raat they take out their motor bikes and start one-wheeling and the whole city begins rattling with the roar of silencer less bikes.

Chand raat is a big invitation for shopping madness. People rush to bazaars and behave reckless in shopping due to the intoxicating joy of up-coming Eid. Ladies cross the limit of extravagance and men behave lords by affording. The hustle and bustle of teen girls in bazaars over the Bangle and Mahndi shops and this might be the most cherished moment for boys who usually print Mahndi at gal's hands and forearms. Though chand raat is not part of holy festival of eid yet it is a part of trend now and celebrated by the Muslims around the globe. People remain busy till late at night and Markets remain open.

On the date of eid people get up early wash properly, wear their special dress for eid and move towards the mosques to say eid prayer. After prayer people embrace one another and say eid mubarik. Then they come back home and eat something sweet that is one of the celebrations of eid. Meanwhile guests start pouring in. Eid is a great day for children also they receive their eiddi from elders and visitors. It is a great day for every Muslim but particularly it is a special occasion for the children.

It is the day of merrymaking and celebrations but while doing so, we often forget the basic spirit of this day. This day is a gift of Allah for Muslims who sacrifice their hunger and thirst for a mouth fasting teaches us to take care of poor people always and on this day especially.

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Buying Islamic Gifts For Eid Milad-un-Nabi

The Gregorian month of February 2010 also marks the beginning of the Islamic holy month of Rabi-ul-Aw'al. This Islamic month is a great time for rejoice and celebration as it brings the joyous occasion of the Prophet Muhammad's (P.B.U.H.) birth along with it. Although there is no verified proof about the date, it is still celebrated in this month as it holds great religious significance for the followers of Islam.

Muslims all over the world celebrate this month with holy gathering called Milad's and prayers for their beloved Prophet. Just as Christianity celebrates Christmas with gift giving for their loved ones, Muslims treat their friends and family with special Islamic gifts to celebrate this blessed month.

Eid Milad-un-Nabi is a sacred and pious month and is the time of the year when many Muslims hold religious gatherings in honour of the Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H.), so the Islamic gifts given are chosen with special care to represent the occasion and celebrate the month. The most commonly gifted items during the month of Rabi-ul-Aw'al include:

Attars: These concentrated Islamic perfumes were very special to the Prophet; therefore people appreciate this form of Islamic gifts a lot.

CD's of Na'ats: Na'at is a form of Islamic poetry that is specifically praises the Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H). These Na'at CD's are very thoughtful Islamic gifts for the fans and followers of the Prophet.

Miniature Replicas of Masjid-e-Nabvi: Small and large, all types of replicas are available of the beautiful and significant mosque in Medina, Saudi Arabia, that is one of the most visited holy monument in Islam. Receiving a replica of the mosque as Islamic gifts is highly appreciated by the followers of the Prophet Muhammad.

Islamic books about the life of Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H.): Another type of well received Islamic gifts includes books about the life, personality or habits of the Prophet. As all Muslims want to lead their lives according to the teachings of the Prophet, they love to read books about him to gain a better knowledge about his way of life.

Books of Quranic verses in praise of Prophet Muhammad (P.B.U.H.): Quranic verses in praise of the Prophet are known as "Darood". There are a number of Daroods and books containing a collection of them also make suitable gifts for Eid Milad-un-Nabi.

Prayer mats with pictures of Masjid-e-Nabvi: Praying is a part of a Muslim's life, which is practiced five times daily. Therefore prayer mats also make excellent Islamic gifts for this auspicious occasion.

These are just a few ideas, other Islamic gifts for this Eid also include authentic rose water, praying beads, jubbas, dates and other articles that were well liked and used by the Prophet himself. These gifts not only indicate the importance of this divine month and event, but also act as symbol of love between the giver and receiver.

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Eid-Ul-Fitr in the True Islamic Spirit

Eid-ul-Fitr marks the end of month of Ramdhan. It signifies the end of the month fasting (the first day of the month of shawal) each Muslim derives the meaning holy benefits of Eid benefits of Ramadhan and their own personal spirit to some its like a steep upward stop culminating in the peek with magnificent landscape. To some it is like an opportunity to unwind after a hectic labor of one month.

Contrary to that some actually feel a true spiritual uplift of an untold value. This actually is the true spirit of Eid-ul-Fitr that has been defined by Holy Prophet (PBUH). Its significance is purely spiritual. It is the day when Muslim thank God for having there will, the strength and the endurance to observe fasting to obey his commandment.

The festival began with the first-sighting of the new moon. This day in the Muslim word, is the day of rejoicing and happiness it's also a day of forgiveness and making resolutions. The rejoicing however is not at the departure of Ramadhan. It is the happiness which man feels after successfully completing an important task.

The feast of fast breaking Eid-ul Fitr is God's reward for those who fast during the holy month the prayers of the Eid are a reason of unity and solidarity of Muslims all over the world. The Holy Prophet (PBUH) and all the Imams celebrated Eid and encouraged all Muslims to do it. They told Muslims to wear good clothes, put on perfume and go to mosque to recite Eid prayer. Hazoor (S.A.W.W) used to come out of his home on the day of Eid, reciting the Takbir to glorifying Allah in the loud voice. He advised us to exchange Eid greeting, visit each other, remember the poor by taking out Fitrana before the prayer, visit them at their homes and give them gift if possible.

The concept of the Eid in Islam is not however confined to celebration extravagance, luxurious feasts, friendly handshakes and embraces. The Muslims should rather devote this day to the worship of God and should pray before him to approve their vicious deeds and to forgive their sins. This is because the doors of His pardon are kept open this day and His blessings flow in abundance. On this day do honor God for his endless and all enhancing mercy.

Our holy prophet (Peace be upon him) has advised us to take special care of poor people on this day and include them in our celebration. But we remain busy in evaluating our near and dear ones but very rarely follow the advice of HAZRAT MUHAMMAD (PBUH). The poor are human being like us and they also have their wishes. We should give them due importance on this day at least.

Another day of celebration for muslims is eid ul azha commonly known as "Bari Eid" it is a celebrated in memory of sacrifice made by Hazrat Ibrahim of their beloved son Hazrat Ismail as ordered by Allah almighty. This day teaches us to sacrifice anything in the way of Allah just to oblige him. We sacrifice animals like goat, sheep, camels etc. as to refresh the sacrifice of Hazrat Ibrahim. On this day also, we should remember poor and distribute meat to them.

Tuesday, November 1, 2011

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The Eid Moon and Chaand Raat

Eid Moon and Chaand Raat is a Muslim Festival, in order for you to celebrate this important Muslim Festival, you will need to understand its significance and how other Muslims celebrate it.

Chaand Raat is the eve of Eid Moon or the night of the sighting of the new moon. This is a festival that is celebrated in most Muslim countries. However, because the Islamic month is based on the first sighting of the lunar crescent, the month of Ramadan varies in either 29 or 30 days. Some Muslims in South Asia do not celebrate Eid Moon and Chaand Raat because of its relation to Eid ul-Fitr. They will however celebrate Eid ul-Fitr but not the Edi Moon or Chaand Raat.

Chaand Raat is the eve of the Muslim festival where most of Muslims believe that the new moon is commonly sighted in this night. This is a festive celebration where gift giving happens, people wear their best dresses and women even use mehndi to beautify themselves.

The streets are likewise decorated in a festive mood. Chaand Raat is comparable to Christmas or New Year. Muslim parents try hard to make Eid as exciting for the children like Christmas or other western festivities. This is to ensure that their children will not lose the excitement of celebrating Eid.

Young Muslims observe Christian children celebrating Christmas, this may lead to them loosing interest in Eid and thus their parent wants them to be excited with Eid thus gifts and new clothes are given to children during Eid.

Eid including Chaand Raat or the Eid Moon celebration is likewise a ritual for Muslims. The celebration involves festive food, festive dresses, gift giving and giving money to the poor.

Muslim women prepare for the Eid, including Eid Moon and Chaand Raat many days before this day by preparing their Eid dresses. They also plan their Mehndi tattoo to beautify themselves on this important Muslims Festival.

Eid on the following morning start by eating before you go to the mosque to recite the Takbeer and for Eid Khutba.

After a short khutba, Muslims will recite a prayer for forgiveness, mercy and help for the plight of Muslims all over the world. After this, Muslims will hug and greet one another saying "Taqabbal Allahu minna wa minjum" which if translated in English is "May Allah accept the fast and worship from us and from you".

Another greeting during the Eid is "Eid Mubarak," which means "Blessed Eid" or '*d sa '+d, which means "Happy Eid".

After hugging and greetings, Muslims will eat their festive food and when possible give money to the poor. Muslims also take Eid as the time to visit relatives and friends.

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