Eid al Fitr is celebrated by Muslims worldwide because it marks the end of the month-long dawn-to-sunset fasting of Ramadan. The day starts with performing a special prayer service at the mosque, known as salat al-eid. Afterwards, we visit our friends and family at their homes to wish them a blessed Eid or “Eid Mubarak!”
The Abrahamic House Fellows invited guests to their home for a joyful Eid celebration! Attendees wore their best clothes and together, enjoyed traditional Eid games, music, tea, and sweets!