Eid In Dubai

ramadan in dubai
EID AL FITR

Eid Al Fitr is a celebration which marks the end of Ramadan. It is a time to show kindness to others and love for Allah. Eid Al Fitr means "festival of breaking the fast".

Eid al Fitr is an important celebration on the global calendar, celebrated around the world. The word literally means festival of breaking of the fast and marks the end of the month of Ramadan each year. The festival ends the dawn to dusk fasting that is followed by all Muslims around the world during the month of Ramadan. The festival is accompanied by a number of events happening throughout Dubai.
Date         |  25 June 2017
Please note that that dates mentioned are subject to change based on phases of the moon.



EID AL ADHA

Eid Al Adha translates to the "festival of sacrifice". The holiday honours Ibrahim and his willingness to sacrifice his son Ismail for Allah. Ismail is happy to oblige before Allah sends His angel, Jibra'il, to inform Ibrahim that He has already accepted the sacrifice.

Eid al Adha aims to highlight the true values of Eid including giving and sharing; the event caters to the needs of the multinational residents of Dubai, visitors from the other emirates, GCC countries, Middle East and Levant markets, as well as tourists from Iran, India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and South East Asia. There will be a number of activities and shows during this period and plenty of other exciting things to do this Eid.
Date         |  01 September 2017
Please note that that dates mentioned are subject to change based on phases of the moon.



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