Translated from Arabic as the 'Festival of Breaking the Fast", Eid-al-Fitr is a time of rejoicing and celebrating. Festive lanterns and lights come alive all over cities where Eid is celebrated with zeal and fervour.
Muslims observe the religious holiday by taking part in traditions such as holding prayer services and donating money to charity. The first of the two Eids (the second one being Eid Al Adha) is celebrated traditionally for three days and is considered a national holiday in Muslim countries.
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