The joyous festival of Eid ul- Fitr marks the end of Ramazan or Ramadan and is celebrated by Muslims all across the globe. The highly auspicious day is celebrated by breaking the 30-day long fast, known as Roza with a grand feast. Eid is a prime festival of the Muslim community and is celebrated with much zeal and enthusiasm by people.
An estimated 1.5 billion Muslims around the world are celebrating Eid-ul-Fitr today to mark the end of the month-long fasting season.
Eid-ul-Fitr symbolises peace and brotherhood. The festival is marked with feasts and the faithful offers prayers at mosques and idgahs to seek blessings of the divine.People, especially children dress up in their traditional fineries to mark the festival.This festival is celebrated with a lot of fervour. People greet each other, exchange gifts and feast on special delicacies.