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Eid Ul Fitr 2023: Eid Ul Fitr in Pakistan 2023

What is Eid Ul Fitr?

Eid Ul Fitr is an Islamic occasions for the muslims all over the world. Eid Ul Fitr is a gift from Allah Almighty to muslims which is celebrated after the holy month of Ramadan when muslims fast for 30 days and starts their Eid after the appearance of Shawal Moon. Eid Ul Fitr is also a prestigious holiday for the muslims where they enjoy with their parents, family, friends, and society etc.

Eid Ul Fitr in 2023 will be begun on expected dates from 21st or 22nd April 2023 after the appearance of Shawal Chand. Ramadan Ul Mubarak is the holy month when the Quran Kareem is revealed to the Holy Prophet Hazrat Muhammad (PBUH).

Eid Ul Fitr is a joyous occasion to celebrate the completion of holy month Ramadan Kareem to express gratitude. Eid Ul Fitr is an auspicious occasion which is celebrated all over the world in the muslim community. Eid’s meaning is “Celebration” or “Festival.” Muslims usually celebrate Eid Ul Fitr by saying “Eid Mubarak” to each other, a generic way of greeting each other.

When is Eid Ul Fitr 2023 in Pakistan?

As the holy month of Ramadan Al Mubarak ends, Eid Ul Fitr approaches. Eid Ul Fitr in Pakistan 2023 is expected to be celebrated on Friday, April 21, 2023. or Saturday, April 22, 2023.

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Eid Ul Fitr celebrations officially begins on the 1st Day of Shawwal, the 10th Month of the Islamic Calendar.

How is Eid Ul Fitr Celebrated in Pakistan?

In Pakistan, Muslims use to do these things to celebrate Eid Ul Fitr day with respect:

  • Waking up early in the morning on Eid Day.
  • Perform Eid Namaz or Eid Prayer on Eid Ul Fitr.
  • Wish Eid Mubarak to each other on Eid Al Fitr 2023.
  • Prepare yourself and wear new clothes during the Eid day.
  • Sitting down with friends and family and, most commonly, eating sweet dishes.
  • Ensure that the Fitrana of Eid Ul Fitr is given before the Eid Namaaz.
  • Visiting friends and family homes to greet Eid Ul Fitr celebrations with them.
  • Generally, elders of a family usually give Eidi to the youngers one as a reward for good will.
  • A series of gifts exchanges between people as the Eid starts.

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When Will Be Eid Ul Fitr in Other Countries?

The occasion of Eid Ul Fitr is celebrated in worldwide by the muslims. The dates of Eid Ul Fitr 2023 can vary from Pakistan primarily; in most of the countries like Saudia Arabia, it is celebrated one day before Pakistan.

Here is a list of countries in which Eid will be celebrated among muslims:

Saudia Arabia: Fri April 21, 2023

United Kingdom(UK):Sat April 22, 2023

Australia: Sat April 22, 2023

Germany: Sat April 22, 2023

London: Sat April 22, 2023

These are the expected dates for the celebration of Eid Ul Fitr 2023 in different parts of the world.

Concept of Eid Ul Fitr in Islam

Eid Ul Fitr plays a vital role in the life of muslims. As in the holy month Ramadan Kareem, Muslims fast from sunrise to sunset, abstaining from food and drinking water to purify their faith and soul. On the completion of Ramadan, Allah (SWT) offered Ramadan month a gift to their mankinds.

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Eid Ul Fitr has a great significance in Islam that can be proven through these Hadiths:

Hazrat Anas Bin Malik(RA) narrated that:

1.   “Allah has given you better than those feasts (Festival of Non-Believers):

(The Eid ul Adha and Eid al-Fitr).”

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Abu Said AL Khudri narrated that Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) said:

2 .”No fasting is permissible on the two days of Eid al-Fitr and Eid ul Adha.”

On this holy day, fasting is forbidden for Muslims.

Eid Mubarak Wishes 2023 – How to Wish Eid Mubarak in 2023?

Eid Mubarak is an Arabic term that means” Blessed Holiday.”Eid Mubarak is the conventional way of saying Eid Mubarak all over the globe among muslims. In contrast, it has been the obligatory way to greet on Eid. Regardless of the religion, many muslims say Eid Mubarak to other Muslims in their community. Respect and acknowledging each other’s culture is kindness.

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Muslims usually shake hands, hug each other, and say, “Eid Mubarak.”This greeting eventually great a sense of brotherhood and spread love among friends and families.

Different Types of Eid Mubarak Wishes Around The World in 2023

There are most commonly three primary ways to wish Eid Mubarak worldwide. In the middle east, people mostly greet in Arabic by saying “Eid Saeed” or “Kul’ aam wa antum bi khair.” Depending on the country you are in, Muslims usually adopt their unique culture and languages, for saying Eid Mubarak. There may be variations in saying Eid Mubarak because of the different languages and regions.

These are some of the languages you may hear worldwide for greeting Eid Mubarak differently:

Malay:

It is a language spoken in Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunie, and Singapore. People usually greet each other in these regions or areas by saying “Selamat Hari Raya.”This directly translates to “Happy Celebration Day.”

Albanian:

In Albanian, the Muslim community greets another by saying “Gezauar Bajramin.”This greeting is also heard among Muslim countries like Europe, Bosnia-Herzegovina, and Kosovo.

Ghanian:

In Ghanian, they celebrate Eid by saying, “Ni ti yuun’ palli.”Another word, “Barka da Sallah is also used in northern Ghana. In Ghanian, there are 20% of the population Muslim.

Chinese:

China has a huge percentage of Muslims. There is Almost 20% of the population Muslim. They greet everyone by saying, “Kai zhai jie kuai le.”It translates to “Happy Festival.”

Kurdish:

Kurdish is the most common language spoken in the middle east. The Eid greeting in Kurdish is often used in Iran and Iraq; they use the phrase “Jazhnt Piroz.”It translates to “Happy Eid.”

Russian:

Russians usually exchange Eid greetings by saying “Id Mubarak.”Russia also contains a tremendous amount of community who are Muslims and do celebrate this occasion happily.

The meaning of every greeting for Eid is the same. However, you can hear a slight change because of the language and cultural differences. In any of these countries, you can use the above Eid Mubarak wishes. Muslims across different countries all over the world welcome with respect and happiness. The celebration of Eid can vary because of the influence of culture and tradition.

Traditional Ways to Celebrate Eid Ul Fitr in Pakistan in 2023

Most people in Pakistan celebrate Eid with great joy and happiness. Never-ending Eid preparations started one day before Eid Al Fitr; the night is known as “Chand Raat” where females of the families put henna on their hands. There are varieties of dishes on Eid Ul Fitr like Sheer Khorma, Dahi Ballay, Biryani, and Fruit Trifle. The series of sending and receiving of food starts on Eid.

In Pakistan, the second day of Eid is commonly known as In-Laws Day for Husbands as they have to visit their in-laws on the second day of Eid. Eid Ul Fitr is usually a day of love and affection among everyone.

Eid Ul Fitr 2023 Sales in Pakistan

In Ramadan, most people prefer to the shopping for Eid Ul Fitr in Pakistan. Eid looks are all about staple colors. Everyone wants to look the best and wear the best. Regarding this, all the brands in Pakistan start sales on their attire. If you are looking for other brand sales, you must visit these brands’ outlets avaiable in 2023.

These are some top-notch brands for men which provide quality, festive collections:

J.

J. is a famous brand named after the renowned cricketer Junaid Jamshed. In this outlet, you can find elegant eastern wear for males; all designs and colors of Kurtas and Eid wear are available here. Whether you want stitched or unstitched clothes for Eid day, J. is the best option. They are offering a 40% Flat discount for Eid.

Edenrobe:

The Edenrobe Eid collection is launching with full intensity. They are offering up to 50% Sale on their whole attire. Edenrobe is always on trend.

Diners:

Diners are all about men’s Western wear or Eastern wear. Whether you are looking for an Eid collection or Casual wear, Diners will be on the top bucket list. Diners are offering 20 & 30% off on their Eid collection.

Gul Ahmed:

If you are looking for unstitched ready-to-wear, go ahead towards Gul Ahmed, with its calm and dark colors; they are available with every option you need. Their Eid collection is all you want. They are offering a Flat 40% Off on their Eid Collection.

Cougar:

If you once visit Cougar outlet, then you can’t resist yourself to shop. They have incredibly classy attire for Western Wear. They are offering 50% Off on Eid Collection.

Breakout:

Breakout is the Western store in Pakistan. If you want to look classy and sassy in your Eid looks, then Breakout will help you to enhance your look. They are having a Flat 23% discount on the Eid collection.

Moreover, for females, each brand has a vast collection of Clothes and Sales.

Here are some options available for you:

Khaadi:

Style yourself on this Eid the way you want with the help of Khaadi. Khaadi is the best in-demand brand regarding Eid shopping. They have a 25% discount on New Arrivals. So, go shopping immediately.

Limelight:

Limelight is a modest outlet. It mainly contains ready-to-wear, but, on the other hand, their stitched suits are in demand. They are offering 40% off the Eid collection.

Nishat Linen:

Get ready for a garden party or Eid wear. Nishatlinen has embellished three-piece and two-piece suits, which can make your look flawless on Eid. Nishat is offering 23% off the Eid collection; check out their Eid collections.

Alkaram:

Alkaram has all ranges available in their outlets, whether you are searching for stitched or unstitched dresses with a beautiful color range.Alkaram is having Upyo 50% off.

Conclusion

Whether you are practicing muslim or not, acknowledging Eid Mubarak to each other is a great way to foster inclusivity in your society. Eid spreads positive vibes all over society, so we should celebrate it enthusiastically. Regardless of any culture or religion, humanity respects everyone’s religion and culture.

FAQs

Q1: When will be Eid Ul Fitr in Pakistan in 2023?

Ans: In Pakistan, Eid Ul Fitr 2023 is expected to be on 21 April, 2023 or 22 April, 2023.

Q2: When will be Eid Ul Fitr celebrated in other countries?

Ans: In Saudia Arabia, Eid Ul Fitr will be on April 21, 2023, and In London, Eid Ul Fitr will be on April 22, 2023.

Q3: How do muslims celebrate Eid in Pakistan?

Ans: Muslims pray Eid Namaz early in the morning, then wish Eid Mubarak to everyone to friends and family. Gifts exchanging and the Eidi series start with each other.

Q4: What is Fitrana amount per person in 2023?

Ans: The Fitrana amount per person in 2023 is 320 rupees.

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