Eid Al-Fitr 2016: What is Muslim Eid Al-Fitr and how to celebrate Eid holiday when does Ramadan end?
There are almost about 3 million Muslims in the UK and they've been watching the blessed month of Ramadan which began at midnight on Monday, June 6.
A number of us know by and large terms what the occasion involves - fasting and petition are in there, obviously, as are family get-togethers. In any case, did you realize that in light of the fact that the celebration is connected with lunar cycles, it moves around 11 days or so consistently?
What's more, it can likewise differ from spot to put far and wide because of climate conditions and different impacts on how the moon is seen.
Here's all you have to know on the greatest Festival in the Muslim schedule.
What is Islamic Ramadan?
Muslims Festival Ramadan is a month of the Islamic logbook. It's an unfathomably sacrosanct time for Muslims who trust that during Ramadan the Qur'an of the heavenly book, was uncovered to humanity through the Prophet Muhammad.
Ramadan 2016 begin and end details:
Ramadan in 2016 will begin on Monday, June 6 and will proceed until close by Wednesday, July 6.In the Islamic calendar occasions start on the sunset of the earlier day, so watching Muslims will observe Ramadan from nightfall on Sunday.
Eid Al-Fitr is a five-day occasion in Pakistan and Oman from July 5, 2016.
Most Muslims around the globe this year will praise the Eid Al-Fitr celebration on Wednesday, July 6, remembering the end of Ramadan 2016.
Bay Arab nations declare begin a day of three-day Muslim celebration, stamping end of the holy month of Ramadan
غدا الثلاثاء 5-7-2016 هو المتمم لشهر رمضان المبارك— وزارة الأوقاف - قطر (@AwqafM) July 4, 2016
وسيكون يوم الأربعاء 6-7-2016 هو أول أيام عيد الفطر المبارك#وزارة_الأوقاف