Eid al Fitr 2021 in United Arab Emirates also known as UAE celebration date is going to celebrate on May 23 and on the evening of May 24. This is the date of the Islamic calendar and also shows the end of Ramadan Mubarak. When the month of fast goes to an end then the new crescent of eid al Fitr is out on the sky. People gather at the top of their roofs. They find the spot of the new moon. The committee sits for this purpose. Then at last official announcement is made for the holy month of Shawwal. Eid al Fitr is celebrated on the first day of Shawwal.
How long is eid al Fitr celebrated in UAE Dubai?
Eid al Fitr in Islam is of one day only. But the people themselves celebrate this great day and extend on three days. This year in 2021 the eid al Fitr is going to celebrate on 23 May Saturday and ends up on Sunday. The whole day of Sunday is full of blessings of eid al Fitr. According to Shawwal Muslims celebrate eid in 3 days. On this day people wish all their beloved ones and their near and dear ones. The government of UAE announces the holiday of three days so that they can easily spend quality time with their beloved ones.
How Eid al Fitr 2021 UAE is celebrated?
Eid al Fitr in Dubai is celebrated in a very good manner. Muslims wake up from dawn to offer eid prayers. They got up got dressed and rush towards the nearby mosques. After offering prayers they come home and eat something sweet. After eating they visit their families and close friends. This is often a trend of their celebration. This year due to coronavirus, the trend will go too totally to be changed. The mosque will be closed and limited to certain people. The gatherings of more than 5 people are not allowed. But still, people will have to go to their beloved ones’ house. They spend the whole day visiting each other houses.
This year the trend of celebration is changed due to this virus. But it is expected to be flushed out with the blessings of Ramadan Kareem. Fight against coronavirus and wish you all the best for eid day. Have a good day in UAE with the celebration of Eid al Fitr.