EID FESTIVAL, Eid al Fitr , Eid al-Adha, Muslim Eid celebration

EID FESTIVAL, Eid al Fitr , Eid al-Adha, Muslim Eid celebration


Eid, in Arabic, means literally a “festival” or “feast.” The Islamic calendar contains two major eids per year-Eid al-Fitr earlier in the year and Eid al-Adha later.

Eid al-Fitr is a three-day festival, known as the “Lesser” or “Smaller Eid” compared to Eid al-Adha, known as the “Greater Eid,” which is four-day long.

eid festival

  • Eid al-Fitr

Eid al-Fitr is also called the “Festival of Breaking the Fast,” a religious holiday observed by Muslims around the world that marks the culmination of Ramadan’s month-long dawn-to-sunset fast. This religious Eid is the first and only day of the Shawwal month during which Muslims are not required to fast. The date of the beginning of any lunar Hijri month varies according to when the new moon is seen The day of the celebration varies according to locality by local religious authorities. For accurate prayer time in Jeddha and all over the world.

Eid al-Fitr has a particular salah (Islamic prayer) consisting of two rakats (units) that are usually performed in an open field or large space.It can only be done in congregation (jamaal) and has six additional Takbirs (the lifting of hands to ears when saying “Allah u al-Akbar,” meaning “God is the greatest”).

  • Eid al-Adha

Eid al-Adha (‘Feast of the Sacrifice’ or Eid Qurban, also known as the ‘Festival of the Sacrifice’ by Qurban Bayrami, is the second of two annually observed Islamic holidays worldwide(the other being Eid al-Fitr) and considered the holier of both. It honors Ibrahim’s (Abraham) willingness to sacrifice its son as an act of obedience to the order of God. But God provided a lamb to sacrifice instead, before Ibrahim could To commemorate this intervention an animal, normally a sheep, is ritually sacrificed and divided into three parts. The poor and the needy receive one share, the other is held at home and the third is given to relatives.


Importance of Eid FESTIVAL for Muslims All Around The World

 Fast-breaking festival

That is the first explanation why it is important to have Eid-ul-fitr. After a whole month of fasting in Ramadan, Muslims celebrate this day to break the fast. It’s the day that Muslims usually show their true joy for the health, strength and opportunities that Allah has given them. Most Muslims agree that this day is useful to break the month they have Quick fasting and adoring Allah for all his deeds.

Exchange gifts day and have Merry with family and friends

The other reason most Muslims enjoy this special day is that it is a day when people get a chance to pray, celebrate and merry together. The gift-giving process reflects the desire to share joy and love within the Muslim community. The Eid celebration and the importance of gift sessions bring Muslims closer to one another and Show how happy they are to exchange affection and mutual respect.

A Day to Try Forgiveness, Healing and Blessings

Every Muslim knows they must draw closer to God and seek forgiveness. They want him to have mercy on them, and guide them through them always. This is the key reason why almost every Muslim would wake up early for prayers and get to the mosque. They hope that Allah Almighty seeks everlasting love, peace and guidance. Besides seeking forgiveness from Allah, people come to seek forgiveness even among themselves. Muslims seek salvation from all the wrong doing they may have done voluntarily or without permission.

A Day of Feeding the Hungry

Eid-ul-fitr is a day that binds and enjoins all the Muslims to come together and share with their poor brothers what they already have. The less fortunate in society, Muslims share food, clothing and money. Sharing is one of the lessons you will know in the Quran and thus Muslims will come together to help their needy brethren. SoftandHost offering discount for all web hosting plans on this Eid days.


SAT August 2020 Study Plan

Muhammad Ali Tariq and Muhammad Bilal Tariq

–Agenda: 1500 score on SAT.

–Hours per day to put by student for practice: 5 hours daily(min)

— All Material is provided by us (Muhammad Ali Tariq and Muhammad Bilal Tariq).

–Deep Analysis of Past Papers is an integral part to score 1500. And I believe I prepare you in a way that you end up having far better understanding of what it takes to cross 1500. Also, this understanding is duly reflected on your performance on SAT also.

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First Phase: 4 weeks Math Intensive

(Instructor: M. Bilal Tariq, and Mahnoor Aftaab)

–First phase is Math Intensive with a bit of discussion on Writing and Reading

–Math Practice Problems: 2000, apart from OFFICIAL Material

1st week: May 18th -24th May

MONDAY:18th May

Lines and slopes

Solving single variable equation

Solving system of linear equations


TUESDAY:19th May

Function notation

Define and interpret linear function

Nonlinear functions

Exponential functions


Homework Assignments


Friday: Test

  2nd week

26th May Tuesday

Solving quadratic equations

System of equations with nonlinear equation

Solving equations with exponents

27th May Wednesday

Manipulating polynomials

Dividing polynomials

Absolute value

Homework Assignments

 Friday: Test

30th May Saturday: Reading Overview

31st May Sunday: Writing Basics and assignment

3rd week

1st June Monday

Lines and angles

Triangles and polygons


2nd June Tuesday


Solid geometry

Homework Assignment

 5th June Friday: Test

6th June Saturday: Reading: Fiction Passages Mastery

 7th June Sunday: Writing

4th week

 Monday 8th June

Complex numbers

Ratios and proportions

Scatterplots and graphs

Tuesday 9th June

Categorical data and probabilities

Experimental interpretations

Mean, median, mode, standard deviation


Home Assignment

12th June Friday:Test

 5 days offà Revision of everything.

  Thursday and Friday: 18th 19th June

  Working Exclusively on weak areas and get to absolute concept mastery and accuracy even in extremely hard questions of that area.

  Math intensive Mock series

Agenda: Absolute perfection in math 800/800

  20th June Saturday: Part I

  • 3 Full Length Math Tests (timed)

Test 1 at 9:00 am

 Test 2 at 11:00 am

 Test 3 at 1:00 am

  •   Detailed Analysis of your performance at 8 pm with Math instructor.

 21st June Sunday: Part II

  • 3 Full Length Math Tests (timed)

Test 1 at 9:00 am

 Test 2 at 11:00 am

 Test 3 at 1:00 am

  •  Detailed Analysis of your performance at 8 pm with Math Instructor.


Second Phase:2 Weeks Writing Intensive

(Instructor M. Ali Tariq)


22nd June Monday

Verb Agreement and Tenses

Word Pairs and Comparisons

23rd June Tuesday

Parallel Structure

Dangling and Misplaced Modifiers

Pronoun Agreements

25th June Thursday:

Shorter is better

Sentences and Fragments

Combining and Separating Sentences

Additional Comma Uses and Misuses

Apostrophes: Plural vs possessive

26th June Friday:

Essential and non Essential Clauses


Colons and dashes

Question marks

 27th June Saturday: Off

Revision of everything up till now on your own.

You yourself analyze your progress.

Reflect. Identify strengths again.

Analyze performance.

No session with instructor.

This is your day.

  28th June Sunday Math Mock Test:

Full Length Math Mock test at 9:00 am

 After the test: You go through the test questions again and analyze which questions you find a little hard to get.

Go to your notes, and try to get these questions again.

General Math revision till 8:00 pm

Meeting with Math instructor at 8:00 pm.

Agenda of meeting:

Discussion on Mock test performance.

Instructor will ask you tricky questions in live discussion with you.

Monday:29th June

Main Topic of a paragraph

Sentence and Paragraph order

Info graphics

And Remaining Topics

Writing Full-Length Mock Series on 4th-5th July:

4th July Saturday: 3 Writing Mocks

5th July Sunday: 3 Writing Mocks

3rd Phase: Reading Intensive

(Instructor: M. Ali Tariq)

11th-12th JULY

Saturday: History Passages MASTERY

Sunday: Social Science Passages MASTERY

 Home Assignments

  18th– 19th JULY

Saturday: Science Passages

Sunday: Essay

Home Assignments

Friday: Test


25th-31st July:

Full-Length Mock Tests

July 25th  Saturday : Complete Mock Test 1 and Complete Mock Test 2

July 26th Sunday: Complete Mock Test 3 Complete Mock Test 4

July 27th : Rest

July 28th: Complete Mock test 5

July 29th: Revision

July 30th: Revision

July 31st: Rest

 AUGUST 1st-28th:

Past Paper Analysis and Revision

  •  AUGUST 1st to August 10th

Comprehensive analysis of OFFICIAL MATERIAL/ Past Papers of Maths, Grammar, Reading

20th August- 25th August-Revision of everything that we have covered:

 26th August-REST.

 27th and 28th August: Light Revision

 29th AUGUST:



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