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This year 2013, the amount of Fitrah (Fitrana) is Rs. 100 per head in Pakistan equivalent to US$ 1.00 in other countries.

    About Eid-ul-Fitr 

Eid-ul-Fitr (عيد الفطر) is a Muslim holiday for all Muslims around the world that marks the end of Ramadan, the month of fasting. Eid is an Arabic word meaning "festivity", while Fitr means "to break the fast" and so symbolizes the breaking of the fasting period. Eid-ul-Fitr occurs after the new 'Shawwal' moon is sighted. 

On the day of the celebration, a typical Muslim family awakes very early, does the first normal everyday prayer, and is required to eat a little, symbolizing the end of Ramadan. The Muslims assemble in a brotherly and joyful atmosphere to offer their gratitude to God for helping them to fulfill their spiritual obligations like fasting and alms giving to poor - prior to the Eid prayer.

They attend special congregational prayers held in mosques, large open areas, parks and stadiums. The prayer is generally short and is followed by a khutba (sermon). Worshippers greet and embrace each other in a spirit of peace and love after the congregational prayer. After the special prayers, festivities and happiness are commonly observed with visits to their parents, relatives and friends to thank God for all blessings.

 Significance Of Eid-ul-Fitr

Eid ul-Fitr is a joyous occasion with important religious significance, celebrating the achievement of enhanced piety. It is a day of forgiveness, moral victory, peace of congregation, fellowship, brotherhood and unity. Muslims celebrate not only the end of all that fasting but also thank God for the help and strength that they believe he gave them through the previous month to help everyone practice self-control. It is a time of giving and sharing, and many Muslims dress in holiday attire.

The first Eid was celebrated in 624 CE by the Prophet Muhammad PBUH with his companions and relatives over the completion of fasting month.

  To every Muslim, everywhere in the world 

May Allah SWT accept our fasts and our good deeds, have mercy upon us, grant us forgiveness and salvation from the hell fire. Ameen!

Enjoy your festivities with great enthusiasm but try to share your bliss
with the poor and needy persons around you.
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I wish you a very happy, healthy, wealthy, prosperous, peaceful and blessed Eid ul-Fitr Indeed, it's a time to celebrate and rejoice in the glory and the grace of Allah-swt. Eid is always a time to bridge distances, healing wounds, expressing feelings, building bonds, enhancing love, so please do act upon and make this Eid a remembrance for ever...

I always try my level best to greet all my relatives, friends and acquaintances at both Eids. So I suggest you too to do same and greet all, even if you are annoyed with someone or someone is annoyed with you, even then at this Eid you must convey him/her your beautiful words, best wishes and kind regards "treat everyone with politeness, even those who are rude to you, not because they are not nice but because YOU are nice"

With Compliments from: Mohammad Ajmal Beig Naz,
Lahore, Pakistan. Email:


eid-ul-fitr mubarak


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