Eid al Fitr is one of the most important occasions in the Islamic calendar. Signifying and end to a whole month of fasting and prayers, Eid al Fitr is celebrated in every Muslim country, including Dubai and UAE.
It is tipically a time for family gatherings, celebrated in Muslim homes. If you want to experience Eid in Dubai and the Emirati, make sure to go through the events listed under Eid in Dubai, organised every year with several activities across the city.
August, in fact, continues with the Summer is Dubai campaign and the Ramadan spirit. If you haven’t managed to visit the Ramadan Majlis at the Dubai World Trade Center yet, you are in luck as there is still time for you, family and friends to visit the tent and experience the atmosphere. Alternatively, there are plenty of other tents and occasions across the city to choose from.
The last ten days of ramadan have been significant in very sense; bustling with late night prayers at mosques and a frenzy of shopping activity in preparation for Eid al Fitr. The Ramadan Nigh Market was a recommended place to shop for clothesm jewellery, accessories and all that you might need for Eid. It is common use for Muslims, to buy at least one new cloth on the first day of Eid al Fitr.
Don’t forget that Modhesh World is open utile the endo of August, providing and array of exciting activities children can participate in. Other major events for the month include, the Dubai Arabi Comedy Nights and the Cirque Eloize, a Quebec-based contemporary circus troupe.
Eid Mubarak (in Arabic: عيد مبارك) is the traditional Muslim greeting reserved for use on this occasion. Eid means “Feast” and refers to the occasion itself, and Mubarak means “Blessed.”