Photos of Muslims Around the World Celebrating Eid Al Fitr 2022This year‚ Muslims around the world will celebrate Eid al Fitr in a number of ways‚ from mehndi application to a football field or a Mosque. Here are some Photos that will give you a flavor of this Muslim holiday. We hope that you will enjoy these images. And‚ as always‚ don't forget to share them with your friends and family. They will be sure to be a welcome addition to your album!
Mehndi applicationThe holy month of Ramadan is underway all over the world‚ and it's almost time for the first Muslim festival: Eid ul Fitr. Many people are already preparing for the festive occasion‚ but Muslim women are already making plans for their mehndi application. For Muslims‚ mehndi is a temporary form of body decoration with henna‚ which is applied to the hands and feet in celebration of the Eid. The first day of Shawwal‚ the tenth month of the Islamic calendar‚ marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan and the start of the feast that breaks the fast. The date of Eid al-Fitr in 2022 is the first day of the month of Shawwal‚ which begins with the sighting of the crescent moon. For Muslims‚ the holiday is a time to give thanks for everything God has provided for them during the holy month of Ramadan. This year‚ Eid al-Fitr is celebrated on May 2‚ the end of the month of Ramadan. In Lucknow‚ the Markazi Chand Committee announced that the last day of Ramadan will be May 2nd. It's a traditional custom to apply mehndi on the palms before breaking the fast. As a sign of respect‚ women are expected to wear traditional outfits. Mehndi designs can be simple or complex. For example‚ some girls will choose to have mehndi applied only on their palms while others will apply it all over. A girl who is not an expert in mehndi application will be looking for a design that is simple and will suit her needs. For example‚ some women will opt for a simple crescent moon design‚ while others will choose a more detailed crescent moon.
Football fieldThe field will be the first stage of the Muslim community's annual celebration of Eid al-Fitr in the UAE‚ Qatar‚ Kuwait‚ Saudi Arabia‚ and Yemen. The first day of Eid will take place on Monday‚ May 1. A large crowd gathered to pray in Stockholm‚ Sweden. The crowd was so large that the mosque had to close some subway stations and streets around it. The same was true in Baku‚ Azerbaijan's capital. People offering Eid prayers gathered on the street. In Stockholm‚ a large crowd crowded the Fittja Mosque. In the Berdeng area‚ Muslims prayed on a football field due to large crowds. The prayer will begin at 9am in Small Heath Park‚ but a smaller crowd will throng Edgbaston stadium to pray for the Eid. Thousands of people are expected to attend the event‚ dressed in their best Islamic clothing and celebrating the end of Ramadan with family and friends. Organizers hope to see a record turnout of 2‚000 people at the event. Birmingham's huge Eid celebrations will return this year after two years of Covid restrictions. Organisers have reopened religious activities at the Green Lane Masjid and Community Centre‚ which hosted previous Eid al Fitr events. The Holy Mosques of Saudi Arabia tweeted earlier today that the Shawwal moon would be visible on the night of the Eid. However‚ the event may face a challenging time due to economic and political unrest. The biggest mosque in Southeast Asia has reopened after COVID-19 measures were lifted. This year's Eid celebration was also marred by frequent explosions. IS has been targeting the ethnic Hazara community‚ who are predominantly Shiites. Afghans are also worried about their safety‚ as food prices have skyrocketed since the Taliban took power in August. After two years of subdued celebrations‚ many are returning home to pray. The festivities begin with communal prayers in the morning‚ which show gratitude to God. They are conducted at mosques or open fields. After the prayer‚ people greet each other with Eid Mubarak‚ Arabic for Blessed Eid - a message of peace and blessing. People wear their finest traditional clothes and give each other gifts. The festival is marked with some tension‚ however‚ with the recent war in the Ukraine complicating the food situation worldwide.
SidewalkIf you're a Muslim‚ you've probably seen these Photos on the sidewalk‚ celebrating the annual Muslim festival. These people exchange greetings by hugging or kissing. In these photos‚ you'll see Muslims of all ages celebrating the festival of Eid al Fitr. The Associated Press supports coverage of religion‚ working with The Conversation US and Lilly Endowment Inc. In addition to observing the holiday‚ Muslims all over the world will spend their Eid al Fitr fasting. While this means that they are deprived of food and water‚ they will try to share a meal with loved ones. During this holy month‚ they will offer charity‚ a monetary equivalent to $9. This will help the less fortunate celebrate Eid and absolve the donor of any shortcomings they have committed during the holy month. Ramadan is a Muslim month and Eid al-Fitr marks the end of the Islamic month of Ramadan‚ in which Muslims fast from dawn to dusk. Many Muslims will also participate in the festivities on this day‚ but some will be restricted to their homes due to the outbreak of coronavirus‚ which has affected their travel plans. However‚ these illnesses should not prevent Muslims from participating in the festivities‚ as they are a part of Islam's religion and are completely acceptable in most countries. Some Muslim communities in the West celebrated Eid al-Fitr with enthusiasm‚ especially in North Macedonia and Kosovo. Despite restrictions imposed by COVID-19‚ many Muslims are determined to celebrate their festival. As a result‚ the Eid celebrations in the West were somewhat subdued due to the restrictions in the country‚ but the event was celebrated in Indonesia with a lot of excitement. In some parts of the world‚ family gatherings were top on people's list. Shopping centers were busy with shoppers‚ despite the rise in food prices.
MosqueBrunei Darussalam is located on the north coast of Borneo in Southeast Asia. Tomorrow is Eid-ul-Fitr‚ which means the festival of breaking the fast. In fact‚ the country is celebrating Eid al Fitr 2022 tomorrow. A crescent moon was sighted in Lucknow on Monday evening. In India‚ the national stock exchange will remain closed tomorrow‚ and all banks‚ except Kochi‚ will be closed. The date of Eid Al Fitr 2022 has been officially announced by the Blue Mosque. The holiday‚ which falls on the first day of the Islamic lunar calendar‚ is the reward for fasting during the holy month of Ramadan. The mosque will hold prayers for the upcoming Eid al Fitr. In addition to a large celebration‚ there will be live streaming of the ceremony on Facebook. To celebrate the occasion‚ Muslims will visit the Mosque to celebrate Eid Al Fitr 2022. The Islamic calendar changes each year‚ and the date for Eid al-Fitr 2022 will change as well. The holiday is based on the Hijri calendar‚ which calculates the length of time it takes the moon to complete its phases. In addition‚ the dates of the festivals change year-to-year. Generally‚ Eid al-Fitr falls on the first and second days of Shawwal 1442. To celebrate the festival of Eid‚ Muslims will go to the mosque and pray in a masjid. They will also visit the Mosque to receive prayers‚ while families will spend time together. Then‚ they will share food and exchange gifts. To conclude the Eid celebration‚ Muslims will offer charity donations‚ which is called Zakat ul-Fitr. This is the day of forgiveness and love‚ which is a time of renewal. The Islamic calendar also includes a number of different holidays. Many Islamic countries implement a weeklong holiday during Eid. However‚ in the United Arab Emirates‚ the Eid holiday will last nine days‚ beginning Saturday‚ April 30 and ending on May 9.
Eid Mubarak! I’m sending my warmest wishes to all Muslims who are celebrating Eid al-Fitr and marking the end of Ramadan. After a month of prayer, fasting, and giving back, I hope you’re able to enjoy this time of celebration and community. https://t.co/179sOfVl39 pic.twitter.com/EwBFeTv5PJ — Justin Trudeau (@JustinTrudeau) May 1, 2022