“Eid Kab Hai”: India to celebrate the Islamic festival on May 3: Hey! Are you excited about the Eid celebration? But you are muddling up with the question “bharat me eid kab hai 2022”. Don’t worry. Hold yourself with the article and here you will grab all the information about the Eid celebration
Significance of the festival:- Eid-Ul-Fitr signifies the end of the month of Ramzan. It is celebrated by the Muslims on the first day of the Shawwal month and the 10th month of the Islamic calendar. As per the Islamic belief, Prophet Muhammad grabbed the first revelation of the Holy Quran this month.
Ramzan is the holy month for the people as it is the ninth month of the Islamic calendar. People keep fast for about 30 days this month. They don’t have any kind of food at dawn or dusk. They eat Sehri before sunrise and have food in the evening after sunset.
“Eid Kab Hai” final date is here:- The Eid-Ul-Fitr is expected to celebrate on the May 2 as it is the end of the month but the moon is not sighted on Sunday this is why the festival will be celebrated on May 3. Usually, the date of celebrating Eid depends on the sighting of the moon. So, this year May 3 is the celebration date of the Islamic festival.
In the favour of the above statement various religious leaders have given their statements according to the Lucknow’sMarkazi Chand Committee, May 2 is the end of the Ramazan month so, people will
celebrate the Eid on May 3:- Office of Chief Kazi to the Government of Tamil Nadu has announced that the new moon for the month of Shawwal will not be sighted on Sunday ( May 1, 2022) which is why the actual date of celebration will be May 3 (Tuesday)
How to celebrate Eid:- People have another level craze for the celebration for the festival as after the end of the 30 days fast, they will prepare sweets, various dishes especially different kinds of Seviyan as ladduSeviyan, Sheerkurma, NammakKaSeviyan, Hath KaSeviyan and so on. They distribute sweets and clothes to their relatives and friends. Moreover, Kids and women are highly excited about the celebration. Women wear new clothes and apply henna on their hands. Kids are looking for their share of Eidi from their family elders. All the people celebrate the festival with great pomp and show.