Eid ul Fitr 2017 Malaysia will be celebrate on the 1st day of the Shawwal:
Eid ul Fitr 2017 Malaysia will be celebrated on Sunday evening, June 25, 2017.
In the month of Ramadan, all the Muslims follow the teachings of Islam and participate in religious activities like charity and live peaceful lives. And after the end of Ramadan, all the Muslims throughout the planet celebrate a three-day joyous celebration called “Eid al Fitr”.
Eid ul Fitr 2017 in Malaysia all the Muslims give charity to all those people in need and celebrate this happy day with friends and family the day of joy and blessings.
On the Eid day in Malaysia, Muslims in Italy gather in Mosque, early in the morning to offer the Eid ul Fitr prayer.
After offering the Eid prayer, all the Muslims scatter to visit friends and family, exchange gifts and usually make telephone calls to relatives who lives in distant places to give wishes and love on this joyous occasion. All these activities continue for 3 days in Malaysia.
What do people do on Eid ul Fitr in Malaysia:
On the Eid ul Fitr day, there’s a federal public vacation for Muslim in the Malaysia. Malaysia is a Muslim Country.
Muslims living in the Malaysia:
Celebrate this day with full of happiness and joy they go and visit their relatives arrange small gatherings or get together invite all the friends there. Especially kids Celebrate this day with full enthusiasm, kids also buy new gifts and visit community parks to enjoy this day with friends. Muslim Women cook delicious food to serve all the friends. All these celebrations continue for three days in Malaysia.
Eid ul Fitr 2017 Malaysia, is also celebrated with respect and happiness by the Muslims living over there. After offering an Eid prayer the arrange small Islamic settings to thank Allah almighty for all the blessings they have. Greeting cards and gifts are exchanged with each other and children receive Eidi from parents and also from older relatives. Eid ul Fitr is a very happy and peaceful occasion, but actually, its main purpose is to thank Allah according to Islamic teachings and belief by helping poor and needy people.