Government Announces Five-Day Holiday for Eidul Fitr Celebrations

Eid al-Fitr celebration in Muslim countries

Get ready to celebrate Eidul Fitr with a long five-day break! The government has announced a public holiday from Friday, April 21, to Tuesday, April 25, giving citizens ample time to observe the holy festival marking the end of the month of Ramazan. 

According to an official notification from the Cabinet Division, the Prime Minister has declared the five-day break for the public. The occasion of Eidul Fitr holds immense significance in the Islamic calendar, as it signifies the end of a month-long period of fasting and self-restraint. 

Muslims all over the world observe Ramazan by fasting from dawn to dusk and engaging in prayers and charitable acts. The Eid celebrations are a culmination of this spiritual journey, with families and friends coming together to share in the festivities. 

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This year, the sighting of the moon will determine whether Eidul Fitr falls on April 21 or April 22. Regardless of the date, the extended holiday will give people plenty of time to relax and enjoy the festivities with their loved ones. 

So, mark your calendars and get ready to celebrate Eidul Fitr in style. With five days off, you can take the time to rejuvenate and reflect on the blessings of the past month. Let’s come together and spread joy and happiness during this auspicious occasion. 

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