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Eid ul-Fitr 2017

Eid ul-Fitr 2017

Muslims around the world celebrate the Eid-al-Fitr religious holiday as they mark the end of Islam\'s holy month of Ramadan.

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Celebrating Eid al-Adha amid coronavirus

Celebrating Eid al-Adha amid coronavirus

Masked and socially distanced to fight the coronavirus, Muslims around the world held prayers on Friday to mark the festival of Eid al-Adha, with mosques at reduced capacity and some praying in the open air.

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Celebrating Eid in Ethnic Patiala Salwar Kameez.pptx

Celebrating Eid in Ethnic Patiala Salwar Kameez.pptx

Punjabi patiala suit is a three piece clothing, including a dupatta (scarf). The upper part in the set is known as kameez, while the gasp style bit of apparel is known as the salwar. Patiala salwar resembles the consistent salwar kameez yet with a slight contrast in the outline. Patiala salwar has short and fitted kurta (kameez) while the salwar gasp has various window hangings that fall smoothly to lower leg length, including a customary yet contemporary look to the clothing. Collaborate these salwar suits outline for young ladies with a lovely phulkari dupatta and long dangling jhumki studs; you are good to go to sizzle like a Punjabi dame excellence. Click to see latest designer patiala suits https://www.mirraw.com/salwar-suits/patiala-salwar

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Celebrating Eid ul-Fitr - Brooklyn, NY 2017

Celebrating Eid ul-Fitr - Brooklyn, NY 2017

The Yemeni-American Muslim Udayni family celebrate the Eid al-Fitr Islamic holiday in Brooklyn, New York.

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Eid

Eid

Eid. Islamic Festivals. Ali Riaz Department of Politics and Government Illinois State University. عيد مبارك ঈদ মুবারক عید مبارک ईद मुबारक Eid Mubarak. Islamic Calender. Lunar Calendar

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Eid

Eid

Eid. Eid is an islamic holiday that marks the end of Ramadam - the month of fasting. Eid is a joyful celebration. It is a day of forgiveness, victory and peace, fellowship, brotherhood and unity.

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EID

EID. The Muslim Christmas. How we celebrate?.

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Eid

Eid

This celebration denote the finish of Ramadan. Ramadan is a blessed month of fasting. The Muslims\nwatch fasts for an entire month in the wake of locating the moon of \'Ramzan\'. At the point when the\ntime of \'Ramzan\', is over and the moon of Eid is located, they end their Roja (fasts). Along these lines,\nthe Muslims break their month-long quick. The following day, the celebration of Eid is commended.\nConsistently it falls off on the main day of the time of Shawwal. It is a day of mirth, merriment and\ndevouring.

By SwatiSharma (100 views)

Eid

Eid

Eid. Pilares. Creencia en Dios es Un(1) Todos los dias oracion Ayudar los necesitados Ayuno un mes Ir a Makkah por personas quien poder; hajj. Similitudes. No tenemos muchos deferencias en los tres popular religion en mundo Judaismo, Cristianismo, and Islam

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Eid

Eid

Eid. By Muhammad Hassan Ali. History of Eid.

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Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic date-book, and in 2016, it started at night of June 5 and will\nend at night of July 5. This is the month in which the Quran was uncovered, when Archangel Gabriel\n(Jibreel in Arab) appeared to the Prophet Muhammad and started uncovering the verses of the Quran\nand kept on doing as such for a long time. Amid this period, fasting is essential and constitutes one of\nthe five mainstays of Islam (which incorporate proclaiming there is no god aside from God, asking five\ntimes each day, providing for poor people and penniless, and journey to Mecca at any rate rare).

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