Eid 2020: Five Tips to Celebrate Eid-Ul-Fitr Amid the Coronavirus Crisis

Eid al-Fitr 2020 in India will begin in the evening of Saturday, 23 May and ends in the evening ofSunday, 24 May

Eid 2020: Five Tips to Celebrate Eid-Ul-Fitr Amid the Coronavirus Crisis
Eid 2020

Eid 2020: Five Tips to Celebrate Eid-Ul-Fitr Amid Coronavirus Crisis


Eid 2020: onlinenews has brought you five different ways to expand through the Eid festivities this year, hours after the dawn of Eid ends up drowning the festive skies, once you've wished everyone 'Chand Mubarak' one night. before, after all.

This year's holy month of Ramzan is drawing to a close with the long-awaited arrival of the Eid-ul-Fitr festivities, which almost like this year, is overshadowed by the COVID crisis and the measures of social distancing that they remain amid sporadic confinement throughout the country and the rest of the world.

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onlinenews has brought you five different ways to expand through the Eid festivities this year, hours after the dawn of Eid ends up drowning the festive skies, once you've wished everyone 'Chand Mubarak' a night before, after of everything:


1. Eat the heat of the treatment, but be careful


Although we are sure that the best will be prepared in your kitchens on Eid day, and as we write this we can really smell that fabulous aroma of some of those impeccable delicacies, it is important that in the morning and at noon on Eid day, you eat at lighter amounts. Because heavier amounts of food may not be well taken by your body, especially after spending a month observing Ramzan's fasts. Lately, over dinner, you can really eat the party the way you want and the amounts you deserve.


2. Dress up at your best


If the COVID situation at your place of residence allows for non-essential items to be delivered through e-commerce, take the opportunity now. With that, we understand that the possibility that you might not be able to buy your favorite Eid kurta this year and that those pair of COVID lock stitched pajamas is understandable. However, is there any reason why your Eid kurta from last year is not portable with this Eid too? So get your best Eid outfit out of your closet, iron it out and show off your Eid riddle to reflect the affront. The day will come, after weeks of observing Ramzan's fasts after all.


3. Enjoy Eid party with your friends virtually


It will not be possible to meet and greet your friends and family with this Eid, COVID credit, of course. However, in the same way that you've been attending your 'at work' meetings and university classes, through Zoom / Skype / Google Meet / etc., you can simultaneously invite your friends to light up your heart and upload your mutually senses. Eid's enigmatic emotions along with your friends and acquaintances. Of course, they can't taste your delicacies, but feelings are important. They really will, once you see your loved ones.


4. Make COVID Protection your highest priority


Wear a mask, use disinfectant after touching any object, and most importantly - keep social distance. This is difficult, but more than that it is crucial, so avoid making close contact with someone other than your immediate family member who has come from a place other than your residence. We will have next year, and a year later, for that matter.


5. Help the poor


Zakat (donating a portion of the proceeds) is one of the defining pillars of Islam, which Muslims around the world follow at heart. This time, the COVID crisis has in fact ordered to help the poor. You can distribute food, money, or basic clothing to those in need. What could be the best way to close this holy month, if it were not for a satisfied smile on the face of someone who could not smile for months due to this crisis? This Eid, make those in need smile.

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