Opinion |  Eid – The Festival of Joy & Happiness 

A calendar year counts 365 days and 6 hours. a cycle of 12 months. Every month has religious and celebratory events. Every religion on this list has had great importance among its followers for thousands of years. Every follower of it has strong beliefs and faith and feels proud of what he or she follows. The world is full of towering religious places. Every community has a democratic, fundamental right because they believe there are no religious restrictions for anyone but those who are bestowed by almighty Allah in various aspects. They never ignore or fail to notice the signs of the almighty Allah. As we know, this world is quite bizarre, and there are natural phenomena beyond our imagination. There are countless practices happening around us; we have to keep focusing on the righteous ones for our hereafter.

Today in this article, I am going to put forward my personal views on Ramadan ul Mubarak and Eid ul Fitr. The pious month is about to leave us, and we have to wait for another 11 months to welcome it again. Let’s pray together that may almighty forgive our sins and shower his blessings upon us and bestow long life to our parents, friends, nears and dears. My belief is clear and fair: every activity happening in this universe is controlled by some superpower that belongs to Almighty Allah. There is only one, and that is Allah, who cares for the present and the future, who gets rid of all your worries, and who always keeps us under his blessings.
Ramadan ul Mubarak is a period of 29 or 30 days. During this month, Muslims around the world observe fasting from dawn to sunset. gives charity to the needy people and holds iftar arrangements for the needy and poor people. The month has great religious importance among Muslims throughout the world. The month is the 9th month of the Islamic calendar, coming in between Shaban and Shawwal. After the completion of Ramadan ul Mubarak, the festival of Eid ul Fiter is being observed with great enthusiasm among the Muslims.
message of Eid: As the religion of Islam teaches us peace, prosperity, and brotherhood, it is our duty to maintain peace and spread the message of love among all people, no matter their religion, nation, caste, sex, etc. I am requesting all my near and dear ones and the whole Muslim Ummah to celebrate this Eid as the prophet Muhammad, peace be upon him, directs us. Take care of your relatives, neighbours, and needy people, and pray for peace and brotherhood around the world. May Allah shower his blessings upon us and bestow upon us what is best for us.
– The author, a resident of Raiyar-ich Budgam, can be reached at [email protected]


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