The Emirates Astronomical Society has confirmed that the first day of Eid Al Fitr is expected to fall on April 21, 2023. The holy month of Ramadan culminates on the day when Eid Al Fitr arrives. This is the biggest celebration for the Arabic people. This day is celebrated with devotion and a sense of fraternity dawns upon the devotees. The Emirates Astronomical Society has the responsibility to determine the exact date for Eid Al Fitr. This is the most important festival for Middle Eastern Countries. In fact, this festival has gained recognition over the years across other countries as well. It unites the countrymen together so that they can offer their prayers and pray for the well-being of mankind.
Ramadan and Eid Al Fitr are determined according to the Islamic Calendar. Eid Al Fitr usually coincides with the first day of the lunar calendar in the month of Shawwal. The Muslims begin their celebrations on Eid Al Fitr after offering their first prayer during the dawn. The moon sighting committee of the Emirates astronomical society determines the precise timings for observing fast and prayers on Eid Al Fitr. Eid Al Fitr and Ed Al Adha are the two most important holy feasts for Muslims throughout the world.
Eid Al Fitr and the first day of Shawwal would fall on April 21, 2023
The Islamic calendar comprises 12 lunar months with 354 or 355 days. The calendar is synced closely with the Gregorian calendar. The Muslims observe this day with purity and peace. They follow their traditions on Eid Al Fitr.
To begin with, before offering the holy prayers, they take a bath and wear new clothes with fragrant perfumes. They reach the mosque to join a sermon. Thousands of people pray together and then greet each other by wishing ‘Eid Mubarak’. This day provides an opportunity for all the people to meet their friends and families. It is mandatory for every Muslim to follow the traditions of Prophet Mohammad and endorse them to the younger generations as well.
The duration of this celebration is three days. Therefore, the UAE Government has already announced an official holiday from April 20-April 23,2023. According to the readings of the society, the holy month of Ramadan would comprise 29 days this year. The officials have declared an off for the public and private sectors.
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The aim of the UAE Government has been to provide opportunities for the residents to draw a harmonious balance between their work and fasting schedules. According to the official notifications, the residents have been provided with various relaxations such as flexible working hours, reduced workforce, etc. This will definitely allow the people to enjoy their festival in a better way.
Eid Al Adha is likely to fall on 19th June 2023. This event marks the first day of the Islamic Month of Dhul Hijjah. This day is very pious and sacred for Muslims throughout the world. i