BJP Kupwara Mir Basharat Extended heartfelt, warm Greetings on The Special occasion of Eid – Ul – Fitr.
BJP Youth Leader/ Spokesperson and National Youth President (Global Human Rights) Mir Basharat on behalf of the whole BJP Kupwara extend Eid greeting to all Muslims. May this special day bring peace, happiness, and prosperity to everyone, may Allah blessings be with you today, tomorrow, and always. The Eid-ul-fitr means the festival of the breaking of the fast and takes place when Ramadan ends, signaling that the daily fasting is over and the next month (Shawaal) begins.
How to celebrate Eid ul fitr during Covid -19, 4ways u can celebrate the holy festival of Eid in a healthy & safe way this year. Said Mir Basharat
The holy month of Ramzan is drawing to an end as Muslims around the world. The celebrations are usually earmarked by visiting friends and family, going to the mosque, and other public places. This year, Eid will be celebrated on May 14. With the coronavirus pandemic coming down heavily across the world and strict stay at home orders circulated, there’s no denying that the festivities will be a little dull than usual this year. But that doesn’t mean we can’t usher in the festival spirit.
- Connect Your Loved ones virtual mode
It might not be possible for you to visit your friends and family this Eid, but there’s no need to put a damper on the festivities. Connect to your loved ones online, hold virtual parties, and this way, you can celebrate the festival with the ones all around the world.
- Have something healthy immunity rich for the day.
Eid delights and delicacies are something everybody looks forward to. While we are sure most of us would be busy cooking up a storm in the kitchen, how about you also include something healthy and nutrition-packed in your meals as well? Make sure to include some source of Vitamin C, fruits, antioxidant-rich food items which will also balance our feasting and ensure.
- Follow social distancing.
Even as the lockdown restrictions have eased out in certain parts of the country and movement has been allowed, it is crucial that you follow the rules of social distancing diligently, sanitize and disinfect all surfaces, avoid getting in touch with germy areas and wear a mask all the time.
- Help the poor and needy.
Doing alms and charity is one of the biggest pillars of Islam and many Muslims around the world make it a point to practice social welfare. This year, it can be a good idea to help those in need. Many struck by the unprecedented crisis are finding it hard to manage rations or have protective equipment to stay safe. You can distribute money, grains to those in need right now. Charity.