Celebrating Eid with Family

Eid is the only day we agree to wear matching clothes. Isn’t it?

قال الإمام النسفي رحمه الله في كنـز الدقائق:ويلبس أحسن ثيابه.

Imam an-Nasafi says in Kanz ad-Daqa’iq:
The Sunnah is to wear one’s best clothes on Eid.

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Happy Eid 2

The word Eid in Arabic means: ‘a gathering of a group at any day.’
It is also related to the meaning: ‘to return’ which indicates that this day returns again every year.
From an Islamic perspective, Eid is the day Muslims celebrate finishing the fasting of the month of Ramadan. Eid (El-Fitr) or breaking fast (1st day of Shawwal) comes after finishing fasting during the month of Ramadan.

Source: http://www.islamicity.com/Articles/articles.asp…

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