Ramadan, the month of fasting, is the ninth month in the Islamic lunar calendar. Muslims believe that during this month, the doors to Heaven are opened while the doors to Hell are closed. Therefore, during Ramadan, Muslims strive for Allah’s forgiveness, practice self-restraint and be charitable. Preparing delicious dishes and drinks for Iftar is quite popular and many Muslims invite other guests over to their home for Iftar. It is a time to rejoice and be thankful to Allah for all His blessings.
Eid-ul-Fitr is the culmination of the month of Ramadan and the beginning of Shawwal, the tenth month of Islamic lunar calendar. Muslims wear new clothes, meet and greet family and friends and give charity on this day. Eid-ul-Adha also called the “Feast of Sacrifice” is another Eid, which is celebrated in the month of Dhul-Hajj. During this Eid, Muslims sacrifice a sheep, goat, bull or camel in remembrance of Prophet Abraham’s willingness to sacrifice his son in an act of obedience to Allah.
Hajj is a pilgrimage to the house of Allah called Kaaba, a black cuboid structure in Mecca, undertaken by a Muslim who is physically and financially able to do so at least once in his or her life. Hajj is performed in the twelfth month of Islamic lunar calendar. Muslims believe that when a Muslim performs Hajj all his previous sins are forgiven.
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