Idul Fitr, Idul Zuha and Id-i-Milad are the three festive occasions specially and widely celebrated by Muslims in India. Ramzan Id is very famous festival, It celebrated by Muslims communities with much enthusiasm. It is held in the month of September-October every year. It is which month when the “Holy Kuran or Quran” was revealed up from heaven by Allah for human beings in 615 AD. It is a period of auspicious worship.

During this festival of id the people of Muslim communities get together are the major highlights of the celebrations. The month of Ramzan, when Muslims observe fast each day of month and throughout the day and eat only at night Prayers. All family member attired in new clothes, visiting mosques to offer namaz.

The tombs of many Sufi saints attract devotees of all religious persuasions. The best known Ur’s are centred at tombs in towns like Ajmer, Delhi, Manakpur, Nagore and Dongri. Although only the pilgrims in Makkah can participate in the Hajj fully, all the other Muslims in the world join with them by celebrating Id.

During this festival women’s prepare delecious food and specially sivaiya It is very famous dish of Muslim people. On this occasion people organised fair of Id in the big Mela ground mid in the city. people goes with their family and celebrated this festival of Id.

The New year festival or Ugadi comes close on the heels of Holi. The freshness of spring and the colorful blossoms signifies growth, prosperity and well-being. It is said that the creator of the Hindu pantheon the lord Brmha started creation on this day.

Spring is considered the first season of the year. the sunrise on as the beginning of the new year, new month and new day. The onset of spring also marks a beginning of new life. During this season people clean their houses and shopping new cloth & other items etc. Ugadi is celebrated with lot of excitement fervor in Maharashtra, Karnataka and Andhra Pradesh and where it is known as Gudipadava.

Many people wake up early in the morning and after bath they decorated their house with fresh mango leaves. The mango leaves relates to a legend. Many religious people also splash fresh cow dung(Gobar) water on the ground in front of their house and draw colorful floral designs.

People goes to the temple and they perform pooja and they pray for their health, wealth and prosperity and success in business too before they start off with the new year. Ugadi is also the most auspicious time to start new ventures. The special dishes prepare on this occasion. In Andhra Pradesh, eatables such as “pulihora” and “bobbatlu“. In Karnataka too, similar preparations are made but called “puliogure” and “holige“. The Maharashtra’s women makes “puran poli” or sweet roti.

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