Friday, August 9, 2013

Why is Eid celebrated

Eid-Ul-Fitr and Eid-Ul-Azha are the two prime festivals celebrated by Muslims all over the world.
Eid comes from an Arabic word "I'aa'dah" which means to return. Eid-Ul-Fitr is celebrated as a day of rewards. The day Eid-Ul-Fitr is believed to be the day when ALLAH rewards its followers with gifts and pay as much they are eligible to get. This is the day when Allah calls all followers to come and get paid for their assigned task. Allah rewards all who performed their task by keeping fast for the whole month of Ramadan and prayed prayers the whole month and prayed during nights by remaining awake.
Allah says to his followers to get the gift as much as they can, Allah is benevolent and is ready to give rewards manifold to all the followers who act accordingly for the whole month of Ramadan as it is said in Hadiths and Qura'an.
Eid celebration is though very much liberal, but still indulging into any kind of wrong or non permitted activities is very much disliked by Allah. Allah says to be happy, share your happiness and love all round this day. Allah says to be united and says to forget the past and get united again if you would have divided in any relationship.

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