Flights for Eid al-Fitr Celebration
Eid-al-Fitr commonly referred to, as Eid is one of the most prominent Islamic festivals celebrated the world over. Also known as, the Festival of Breaking the Fast, this Eid marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan. In some parts of the world, it is known by the names of the Sugar Feast, Bayram (Bajram), the Sweet Festival and the Lesser Eid. Irrespective of the names, the festival echoes similar sentiments and is celebrated with fun and gaiety throughout the globe. In all likelihood, depending upon the moon citing the festival will be celebrated in North America on July 29, 2014.
The festival marks the end of fasting, which devout Muslims follow religiously throughout the 30-days. The dawn to sunset fasting is extremely sentimental for the community and every pious Muslim across the world follows the strict regime for the entire month, and then comes Eid-al-Fitr, marking the end of the fasting. The day is celebrated with much pomp and show. It begins with offering prayers with friends and family at the closest mosques and proceeds towards an endless day of greetings and feasting. The best part about this day is the fact that unlike Ramadan, Muslims are forbidden to fast on this day. The day is meant to indulge into savoring the best of cuisines and delicacies instead!
Muslims worldwide look forward to this particular festival. Besides, indulging into an endless gastronomical spree it is the day to meet friends and extended family, exchange greetings and best wishes. Most families get together to mark the festivities. Children enjoy this day thoroughly as they get to eat numerous delicacies in a single platter.
Muslims prefer to celebrate the day in the company of their loved ones and hence make it a point to be with them. For the ones who are staying away from their families, the best way out is to fly to them and soak in the festivities together. It is a wise idea to book flights for Eid-al-Fitr much in advance. Everyone is aware that last minute flights are expensive. If you are planning to participate in the Eid celebrations, why not book your flights now. It is always better to book flight tickets ahead of time as it helps in fetching incredible cheap tickets deals. You can contact one of our travel experts at fare Buzz for more details.
Though Eid is celebrated worldwide, the scenario is different in the Gulf. Being a Muslim dominated region, the festivities in Saudi Arabia, Oman, UAE, Kuwait, Qatar, Iraq, and Bahrain are a different sight altogether. If you wish to soak in the true spirit of the festival, you might want to book cheap flights for Eid-al-Fitr to one of these countries.