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Eid ul Fitr is celebrated to break the month-long fast of Ramadan.Read the article to know about the festivities of Eid ul Fitr.

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Eid ul Fitr or the 'festival of fast breaking' is the most celebratory of all Muslim festivals. The term 'Eid' has beenderived from the Arabic word 'oud', which means 'the return' and hence, signifies the return of the festival each year. The festival is significant as much forits timing, as for its religious implications. It is celebrated afterthe long fasting month of Ramadan (the ninth month of the Islamic calendar), on the firstday of the Shawwal month of the Hijri year (Islamic calendar). Legend says that the Qur'an wasrevealed to Prophet Mohammed in the last ten days of Ramadan.
The month of Ramadan is historically associated with two important victories of Prophet Muhammad - the battle of Badr and the conquest of Makkah. Fasting during the month of Ramadan, according to Islamic beliefs, helps in developing self-control and is a way of getting closer to Allah. The festival of Eid ul Fitr marks the beginning of celebrations and merriment for a period extending over three days. Women prepare sweets at home and all Muslims are seen adornedwith new dresses on this day. Eidul Fitr is synonymous with joy and thanksgiving. Such is the spirit of this great festival that even a lot of Non-Muslims participate in Eid celebrations in India.

India is the second most populous Islamic nation in the world. Muslims form India's largest minority and constitute almost 12% of the country's total population. Islam is also themost recent religion added to India's already potent cultural concoction. Islam came to India in12th century AD and began interacting with the Indian culture, particularly under the Mughal era. Needless to say, it was a mutually enriching experience. A majority of Indian Muslims reside in the north, but a significant number is found all across the country. Hence, their traditions add yet another dimension to the vast cultural landscape of India.

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