Eid-ul-Fitr 2014 Mubarak To Everyone!


Eid Mubarak!
So the much-awaited Eid-ul-Fitr is finally upon us! The Ramadan Kareen 2014 has drawn to a close, marking the end of the 1435th Ramadan according to the Islamic (Hijri) Calendar. "Eid" in Arabic translates to "Celebration" or "Festivity", while "Fitr" means "Breaking" (the fast). Hence, Muslims from all around the world celebrate the happy ending of the Holy month of Ramadan after 30 days of fasting. They share this joyous occasion with friends and family, and forget their worries and grievances for at least one day so that everyone can join in. Therefore, here at MBT, on behalf of the STC network and its team, we'd like to wish all our readers a very happy and joyous Eid-ul-Fitr!

Eid-ul-Fitr is the biggest joyous occasion for Muslims, as they celebrate after a month of fasting. There's no fasting on the Eid day itself; indeed, fasting on this day is forbidden for Muslims, because it is a day reserved for celebrations. The day only involves a small prayer offering in the morning (along with the customary 5-times-a-day prayers), after which everyone goes to celebrate the occasion with their family, friends, and relatives.

The on-set of the Eid day is determined by the sighting of the moon. It signifies the starting of another Islamic month. The sighting of the moon is in itself a joyous occasions for Muslims, because many prefer to do last-minute shopping on the eve, also known as "Chaand Raat". Hence, the night before the Eid, you'll see the marketplaces filled with people, some buying garments or ornaments, while others simply 'enjoying the moment'. In fact, by the time this post publishes, it'll be Chaand Raat time, and you'll probably find me in a market as well :)

New Moon

On a more serious note, the main purpose of Eid isn't just about celebrating the end of the Holy month. It is about sharing the happiness with others, especially those who are less privileged. The whole purpose of fasting to learn self-discipline, and to realize the sufferings of the poor. And if someone has not learned how the poor feel, and enjoys Eid without helping out a single person less privileged than him, then his month of Ramadan has really been a waste.

Therefore you should enjoy the Eid to its fullest while also taking care of the needy around you. Extend your happiness to them, and God will extend his mercy towards you. We once again wish all our beloved readers a very joyous Eid with many happy returns. Cast your worries or grievances again one another aside and celebrate this Eid in Love, harmony and brotherhood. May God Bless all of you, and destine you to live through many more. Peace and blessings brothers :)

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  1. Same to you Qasim Bro! May Allah Bless you!
    I am back on MBT after few months but can't forget MBT!

    - Muhammad Usman Ghani

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  2. Happy Ramadan Qazim and Mohammad bro's
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    Vignesh

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    1. I like your blog very much, thank you for all what you did for us..

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