The common greeting "Eid Mubarak" roughly translates to "Blessed Festival" in English, and varies accordingly in other languages. The term is mostly used as a greeting by Arab Muslims, as well as Muslims all over the world.
Eid al-Fitr - The Festival for end of Ramadan
Fasting in the month of Ramadan is one of the most important part for Muslims. During this month, Muslims are not allowed to eat or drink from dawn until sunset. Eid al-Fitr (also known as the festival of sweets) is the celebration to mark the end of Ramadan. This lasts for 2-3 days. It is a time of happiness where everyone comes together to eat meals with their family and relatives. It is also a very exciting time for children as they receive gifts or money from the elders. Traditionally, everyone gets dressed in the morning to go to the mosque to pray and then meet friends for tea, etc.
Eid al-Adha - The Festival of Sacrifice
This is the second of two holidays celebrated in the Muslim faith worldwide each year, and comes 2 months and 10 days after Eid al-Fitr. It is common to sacrifice an animal (a sheep, cow, goat, buffalo or camel) to celebrate the festival. The meat of the animal is divided into thirds. One third is usually donated to the poor and needy, a third is given to friends and relatives and the last third is kept for yourself and your family. This Eid also marks the end of the pilgrimage done by millions of Muslims every year.
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