Eid is no doubt the most noteworthy festival for every Muslim around the world. Muslims keep fast for the whole month of Ramadan and offer devotional prayers to seek blessings of God. After keeping fast for the whole month, they get a chance to celebrate and rejoice as a gift in form of Eid day on 1st Shawwal. Eid is an occasion of togetherness. It brings about love, harmony and closeness among people. Every one forgets his old dispute and celebrates this event together with great enthusiasm and fervor. People wish their family members, relatives and friends on this special day and exchange different gifts.
The preparations to celebrate this day are started a month before the event. People shop different clothes, accessories and gifts for their loved ones. They send different greeting cards gifts to their friends and family members before Eid day. The tradition to exchange gifts and greetings brings about love and harmony among people. The day starts with Eid prayer. All Muslims offer Eid prayer together in different mosques and then they greet and embrace each other. Children are given Eidi by the elders and elders exchange different Eid greetings. They wear different clothes and accessories to celebrate this day. This day holds a huge significance for every Muslims.
As the day is drawing near, all market places are embellished with different ornaments. Shops are illuminated with diverse lights; everyone is busy in his preparation. The preparation lasts till the last night of Ramadan i.e. Chand Raat. The crowd grows bigger on this night as this is the last night complete all the preparations of Eid day hence everyone tries his best to finish the preparation. Eid is a very precious divine gift by Allah Almighty and every Muslim celebrates this day with sacred faith and respect.