Eid is definitely a festival of observing faith and merrymaking, and therefore should be spent preferably at home in the company of your closed ones.
The Eid-ul-Fitr is celebrated on the first day of the Shawwal, the month that comes after the month of Ramadan (a popular festival of the Muslims) in the Islamic calendar. It marks the end of the Ramadan and allows the Muslims to end their fast which they had started at the beginning of Ramadan. The word Fitr' means to break, which indicates that the Muslims break their fast and evil habits, thus feeling the joy of attaining a sense of spirituality after fasting.
An interesting idea is to celebrate the Eid-ul-Fitr with poor children. The Muslims are actually advised to offer 3 kilograms of one's daily ration or its equivalent cash to the poor on this occasion.
If you're looking for ideas on how to celebrate the Eid-ul-Fitr, check out how the festival is celebrated across various countries. You'll come to know how best you can enjoy the day.
Eid-ul-Fitr is the time when Muslims send their warm wishes to their dear ones, and offer them gifts as a token of their love. So, heres a list of some of the most ideal Eid gift ideas to pick from, for your loved ones.