The second day of Ramadan is the Muslim Eid al-Fitr. Holidays generally take three days off. People go to the mosque for worship. Friends and relatives also have to congratulate each other. Many young men and women also deliberately arrange to hold a grand wedding at this time, adding a festive atmosphere to the festival.
Eid al-Fitr is one of the two most important festivals in Islam. It is the day of the celebration in the entire Muslim world. Everyone exchanges greetings: "Deir Mubarak!" (Happy Holidays!)".
On this day, Muslims dressed in festive costumes, attended holiday ceremonies, and visited each other, praising the grace and mercy of Allaah, and celebrating the successful completion of the second-biggest annual commandment - the end of Ramadan and Ramadan.
On this day, Islam stipulated that every Muslim must perform a social obligation while carrying out religious ceremonies, such as the Hajj donation (that is, the Aidil al-Fitr al-Sharif), so that each Muslim can have a happy and happy holiday. To open up the fast and donate money to the needy to fill the deficiencies of this day, so that they do not run around for the festive life, and cannot share the happiness of the festival with Muslims, so that every Muslim can enjoy the warmth of religion and the love and help between the Muslims. It reflects the civilization of human society.