The Top 3 Festivals in the Islam Religion

the-top-3-festivals-in-the-arab-religionThe Top 3 Festivals in the Islam Religion
Arab religion, as some in the western world know it, is known by other names in its native lands. On Arabic shores, the main religion is called Islam, assuming that is what is referenced by Arab relegion. It’s one of the largest religions in the world with numerous festivals all year round. Three of those festivals include:The Mawlid an Nabi
The Eid-ul-FitrThe Eid-ul-Adha
Of these three, the bottom two festivals are very important in the Arab Religion. Muslims around the world celebrate these with the purpose of cherishing what the Prophet has left them with. The Eid-ul-Fitr marks the festive last day of Ramadan, the month of fasting. It’s basically a festival of great celebration among most Muslim countries and is held as a public holiday there. The Eid-ul-Adha marks the festival of sacrifice which represents the end of the Hajj or holy pilgrimage, which is considered something a Muslim ought to do in their life. The Mawlid is a festival marking the day of the Prophet’s birth. It’s a day when stories of the prophet’s  (Peace be upon Him) lifetime are told to the younger generations. Prophet Mohammad (PBUH) is the most respected personality for the Muslims.

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2 Responses to “The Top 3 Festivals in the Islam Religion”
  1. SumBuL khan says:

    hi there.nice blog :)

  2. sonia says:

    Hey you spelt the * Eid Milad-un-Nabi *wrong you wrote Mawlid an Nabi its not that you have to change it. But still its a nice blog.ok

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