Essay on Eid Festival in English for students and children
Idioms like ‘Eid’s moon’ are related to the festival of Eid itself. Because the calculation and arrival of Eid depends only on the rise of the moon. This festival is the only festival of Muslim brothers on which they are most happy. That is why the word ‘Eid’ signifies happiness. It is a festival that expresses the feeling of happiness, beauty and mutual harmony.
The festival of Eid comes not once, but twice every year. First it falls in the month of Phalgun (February Machi, then it is called ‘Eid-ul-Fitr’. Secondly this festival falls in Jyestha (May) month, then it is named Eid-ul-Jaha. But it is not entirely certain that this festival should come every year in these months because the date is calculated according to the Hindi month and with the rise of the moon.
Sometimes this festival is in different days at different places. It is celebrated. One of these two Eids is celebrated in a vegetarian way, the other is’ non-vegetarian. Vegetarian Eid is named Eid or sweet Eid (Eid-ul-Fitr). On this day, eat sweets and sweets etc. There is a tradition of feeding. The non-vegetarian Eid is called ‘Bakrid’. On this day, there is a tradition of feeding and feeding their goats in a way that is distributed in the form of shireen or prasad.
Eid is the holy month of Ramadan. In the month of Ramadan, religious-minded Muslims keep fasting every day for some food and drink before sunrise. Praying completely at five times a day, at the time of cleanliness, and in the evening after sunset, end the fast (fast) by donating and doing charity and feeding food to the poor and then eating it yourself.
On the day of Eid, children, old men and women all appear happy. They go to all the fairs and buy as per their requirement. All people meet each other lovingly and congratulate each other. In this way, this festival comes and gives the message of happiness, equality, brotherhood and selfless reconciliation. This gives a clear glimpse of Islamic way of life and culture.