Eid Ul Fitr, Eid Ul Adha

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Eid-Ul-Fitr and Eid-ul-Adha is amongst the most important festivals of the Muslim community
and since we understand that the territory of Kashmir is lived by the majority of Muslim people so you can expect to see the huge folio of carnivals and fairs.

Before we proceed further to decorate the aspects of festival it becomes very important for us to talk in brief regarding the norms of the both occasions. Eid-ul-Fitr in this context marks around the end of the Ramadan and during that time Muslim people read namaz for six times by wearing new clothes to facilitate the auspicious occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr.Eid-ul-Adha is a festival that marks the sacrifice day when local Muslim people forfeit their goats and sheep in the name of Allah before sharing it with their family, neighbors and poor people.Eid-ul-Adha is a festival that marks the sacrifice day when local Muslim people forfeit their goats and sheep in the name of Allah before sharing it with their family, neighbors and poor people.

Eid-Ul-Fitr in Kashmir 

Historic appearance of Prophet Mohammed who is believed to be the first apprentice of Allah celebrated the feast during the call of 624 CE and after that the ritual of Eid surpassed the population and today it is amongst the most venerated festival of all. 

Eid in Kashmir like in every section of Muslim world is celebrated on the first day of Shaw'waal and it is during the time of festival Muslim people shares their real joy for the transparency of health and prosperity. The blessed month of Ramadan when they end their long duration of fasting session people shares goodwill amongst each other and preludes charity to praise the glory of almighty.

Within the bestowing environment of Kashmir the Eid is celebrated with vigor and enthusiasm because they believe that day of Eid marks the end of their suffering which automatically would pursue the glory of Allah. During the festival Muslim people of Kashmir walks down the door of mosque where they offer their prayers and promise to rule the obligations which are there in a book of Sharia.

 In Kashmir Eid is more like a thanksgiving day where they break their fast by screening the emeralds of glowing moon and on the next day they walk down the doors of their family and celebrate it together by allowing Allah to grant his commitment towards his fellow follower. 

Eid-Ul-Adha in Kashmir

Eid-ul-Adha which is commonly known as Bakri Eid is celebrated by sacrificing goat, camel and sheep in the name of Allah to commemorate the deeds and omnipresence of him. During this festival Muslim people from their respective community gathers in around the vivid mosques of Kashmir and offers their prayers to almighty Allah to bless them with good health and lifelong prosperity. 

The regular words of Quran is preached by the Sufi or the head of the mosque and in grant open area some of the diplomats address the people of Kashmir and shares the goodwill by wishing them Eid-ul-Adha.

 The goat which is sacrifice in a most ritualistic way is offered to their family, friends, neighbors and poor people to perform the norms of charity which is mentioned in the holy book of Quran. 

Traveler must understand that Eid-ul-Adha is the second largest festival of Muslim people living within the territory of Kashmir and owing to its importance they celebrate the same with great vigor and enthusiasm. 

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