Islamic festivals there are two islamic festivals eid al fitr and eid al adha eid al fitr known as the feast of breaking of the fast which marks the end of ramadan it falls on the first day of the next month shawwal and celebration lasts 3 days eid al adha known as the feast of the sacrifice is the 10th day of dhu al hijjah. Islamic holidays and festivals islam has relatively few holidays compared to most other religions nevertheless sacred days and times are very important to muslims when holidays are being observed it is common for routine social activities such as work and commerce to stop temporarily out of respect for the person or event being remembered. Islamic festivals calendar the islamic calendar is a lunar calendar consists of twelve months in a year and 354 days there are either 29 or 30 days in each month but they are not in order it is also called as muslim calendar or hijri calendar islamic festivals or the holidays are celebrated according to islamic calendar. This eid has a direct link to hajj the annual islamic pilgrimage the islamic festival of eid al adha or festival of sacrifice follows close on the heels of the first eid festival of the . The festival is intended to be a festive and joyous occasion special foods and delicacies are prepared for the day and are distributed to neighbours and friends despite its importance it is considered inferior to the eid ul adha and is known as the little feast eid ul adha the feast of sacrifice is the great festival of islam
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