#EidMubarak celebrations are going agog amongst Muslim worshippers today. The holy month of Ramadan has come to an end and the Muslim community is all geared up to celebrate Eid-ul-Fitr.
The religious festival is celebrated on the first day of the month of Shawwal, on which people do not observe fast on this day. #EidMubarak is usually celebrated a day after the moon is sighted.
It is observed by the Muslim community around the world; on this day, loved ones come together to break the fast. Not only that, on this day people express gratitude and pray to Allah for everything they have. They wake up early in the morning, dress up wearing new clothes, and wish their loved ones.