Dr. Nowhera Shaik wishes the entire Heera Group family Happy Eid. An Eid which Dr. Nowhera Shaik is celebrating with her Heera Group family. After a long imprisonment, she is celebrating Eid with Heera Family. Eid ul-Fitr means “the festival of fast-breaking” and marks the end of Ramadan, a month in the Muslim calendar when Muslims fast during daylight hours. The celebration begins with the first sight of the new crescent Moon and a communal Eid prayer takes place at a mosque. We dress up in our best clothes to signify the importance of the occasion and eat all the delicious food they have resisted during their fast. It is a time to be with friends and family, and reflect upon the importance of being with the ones you love. It is also a time to fulfill one of the Five Pillars of Islam known as Zakat. This translates as charitable giving and is a duty of all adult Muslims. People trapped in poverty are given money on Eid ul- Fitr so that everybody can share Allah’s blessing.
Eid with Heera Family.
After spending 810 days on a very beautiful eid with Heera Family. Dr. Shaik is happy to celebrate the festival of happiness. The deeply rooted history and complexity found within many religious traditions, often make them a challenge to teach. This is particularly emphasized when a tradition holds a significant position within a religion. Eid ul-Fitr for example is an extremely important event in the Muslim calendar. It is an essential part of what it means to be part of the Islamic faith, as it allows time for deep reflection and gratitude to Allah. Children are also given money as presents to mark this three-day celebration. The most important aspect of this festival, however, is to form an even closer relationship to Allah. The gratitude for food, water, and self-control, are all strengthened after the achievements of Ramadan.