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~Eid~

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Sadia Jiban

on 18 April 2014

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Transcript of ~Eid~

Muslims celebrate Eid 2x a year--Eid ul Fitr & Eid ul Adha.
Eid ul Fitr
Eid ul Adha
-Marks the end of Ramdan, which is a month of fasting from sunrise to sunset.
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The day before Eid people give donations to the needy so they could have a holiday meal and participate in the celebration as well.
-Is the 2nd Eid and celebrates the completing
of Hajj (pilgrimage).
-First started in 632 AD.
-People are required to sacrifice an edible
animal and give it to the needy as well as
family/friends.
The date for Eid changes every year
because the dates are decided according
to the Islamic calendar, which is 11 days
shorter.
Once the full moon is spotted on the last
day of Ramadan, then the next day
will be Eid. =D
Chand Raat
Eid
- On the day of Eid, people attend a special Eid prayer in the morning, visit friends & relatives, and give presents.
-It's a celebration of our hard work of fasting
Eid Food
Thanks For Watching!
The night before Eid there usually is a festival called Chand Raat (Night of the Moon).
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