Tomorrow (or the day after) would be the last day of Ramadan. The very next day is called ‘Eid-ul-Fitr’ and is the most celebrated day in the Muslim world. ‘Eid’ means ‘festivity’ and ‘Fitr’ means ‘breaking the fast. The normal greetings of the day in Pakistan is

Eid Mubarak

So Eid Mubarak to all the readers. I would be visiting Lahore from tomorrow and probably will not post until I return to Islamabad by Sunday. I will be taking a lot of family pictures though.

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8 comments on “Eid-ul-Fitr
  1. andykidd says:

    Eid Mubarak Dr_IQ

  2. Pratiksha says:

    Eid Mubarak Dr. IQ 🙂

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