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Which is better: India’s national holiday or the Eid-al-Fitr festival?

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Here’s the full list of national holidays across the globe:Happy National HolidayDay: India’s national day is celebrated on February 17, which falls on the same day as the Eid (Arabic: يَعْلِك‎) festival.

It is one of the most important days of the Islamic calendar.

The date falls on a Monday, when Muslims gather for the annual pilgrimage to Mecca.

A traditional festival, it is celebrated with dancing, music, religious observance, and displays of colourful fabrics and images of animals.

On March 7, Muslims celebrate the birth of Mohammed (Arabian: سِعَمَام‎), who is considered the founder of Islam.

This is also the day that Hindus, Buddhists, Sikhs and Jains observe their national festivals.

Celebrate the birth day of Mohammed, April 5, and observe the Hindu festival of Pancha Chaturthi on the 26th.

Celebrate Eid-ul-Fitrah, the festival of the Resurrection, with the annual Muslim holiday of Eid-Awwal, also known as Eid-l-Fitri.

May the best festival be with you!

Eid-al Fitr (Arabi: اسْلك‍‎‍‍ ال‎‎ي‎‎‏‎’‎‎‎): Celebrating Eid al-Fitra, the Muslim holiday that marks the end of Ramadan, the largest Muslim celebration, the celebration is celebrated in several countries.

In Pakistan, Muslims commemorate the occasion with prayers, feasting and fasting.

In India, Eid-Ul-Fitras are celebrated in the countrys capital, New Delhi, and elsewhere.

The Feast of Eid al Fitra in the United States of America is celebrated every year on June 15.

Muslims celebrate Eid al Azhar, the holiest day of the Muslim faith, by fasting for two weeks.

They then pray for the end to the current year and prepare for the next.

Eid al-Adha (Arabo-Arabic ار‎‌‎ ‎‎ ): A holiday celebrated in various Muslim countries in the Middle East and North Africa, Eid al Adha is observed in several places.

Muslims commemorate Eid alFitra by observing two days of fasting and two days devoted to prayer, the first day of which is the last day of Ramadan.

The Feast begins with a fast day, and continues through the night, with prayers for the coming new year.

Eid al Eid is the second day of Ramadhan, or the fast day for Muslims.

Day of Eid in Saudi Arabia is celebrated by worshippers with the Muslim fasting day of Eid.

Muslims observe Eid al Masrur, the last Friday of the fasting month of Ramadan with a feast of food and drinks.

Eid is a festival for Muslims in which Muslims gather on the day before Ramadan to fast.

Muslims also observe the Friday of Eid by eating meat and alcohol in the mosques.

Muslims commemorate the Eid of Adha with the feast of Eid of Id al Fitr, the Feast of Sacrifice, which marks the culmination of the life of Muhammad.

Eid-Adhan is the first of the four days of Ramadhah, the day of prayer, fasting and pilgrimage to Jerusalem, the location of the Kaaba, where the Quran was revealed.

During Ramadan, Muslims observe the Eid al Hijrah (Islamic fasting), when they fast from dawn until sunset.

Eid falls on Saturday, which is also called Adhan.

There are four days during Ramadan in which a Muslim is required to fast from sunrise until sunset, and all Muslims are required to attend one of four days on this fast day.

Muslims pray for their future lives and seek God’s help for their families.

Muslims believe in the importance of fasting during Ramadan to increase their health and health and longevity, but also for their social life.

They also believe that fasting during the fasting period will strengthen their relationship with God.

Many Muslims celebrate Eid with food and drink on the eve of Ramadan by observing a day of fasting, which lasts for two hours.

Muslims practice several other religious festivals, including the Eid Al-Fitruh, the fast of the Prophet Muhammad.

Muslims also celebrate Eid on the third Friday of Ramadan during which Muslims fast.

The Eid of Ramadan is also a time to gather with family members and friends for social gatherings and religious observances.

Muslims have traditionally celebrated Eid al Al-Adhir, the feast day of Prophet Muhammad, in various ways, including fasting and the offering of Eid prayers

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