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Eid is one the festive occasion, Eid-ul-Fitr comes after the holy month of Ramadan. This eid is a gift of Allah, we must celebrate it with great zeal. Eid is one of the auspicious occasion where family and friends meet and spent time together. The celebrations last for three days. Continue reading…

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Eid ul Fitr

Eid is a very festive occasion, woman follow some traditions to enjoy this special day. Women’s wear mehndi on hands and also wear bangles. Other than the Eid dress and shoes these mehndi and bangles holds a great importance, it is the ritual of the day. It is the fashion statement for Eid and without it Eid is dull. Continue reading…

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Folkloric123 After the days of intense sacrifice for the pleasure of Allah in the month of fasting, the Muslim believer is gifted from God Almighty with a day of rejoice. This day is no ordinary day because it actually represents the beginning of beginnings for themselves; such a beginning where they starts their lives afresh, saving their souls from damnation by following to the letter the pure way of life he adopted in the month of Ramadan.

But as the month of Ramazan takes a roll so does the fashion world which relentlessly working day and night to offer the best to the people on the day of Eid. Brands mostly come up with formal collections as the wedding season follows soon after.

We see lots of deep colors like red, maroon, blue, green and orange with heavy embroidery and embellishments. The cuts are eastern and the lengths of the shirts are longer. A-line tops are also part of the season offerings that look stylishly with trousers and dopattas.

Now let us see what our designers have to say about their Eid collection. Continue reading…

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Eid Celebrations Day 1 The word ‘Eid’ is an Arabic word meaning ‘festivity’ while Fiṭr means ‘to break fast’ so the holiday symbolizes the breaking of the fasting period. Eid ul Fitr is celebrated after the end of the Islamic month of Ramadan on the first day of Shawwal.

The Eid-ul-Fitr is a very joyous and a true Thanksgiving Day for muslims as on this day, Muslims show their real joy for the health,  opportunities of life and strength which Allah has given to them to fulfill their obligation of fasting and other good deeds during the blessed month of Ramadan. Continue reading…

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Chand Raat Celebrations

Just a day before the most important festival of Pakistan, The Eid, entire country is immersed in a mood of joy and celebrations. Each nook and corner of the country is decorated in the most extravagant ways as possible. Chaand Raat is a time of celebration when families and friends gather in open areas at the end of the last day of Ramadan to spot the new moon, that signals the arrival of the Islamic month of Shawwal and the day of Eid-ul-Fitr. Continue reading…

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Third Day Festivities of Eid-ul-Azha- The Festival of Sacrifice Eid-ul-Azha symbolize the end of the hajj, commemorates Ibrahim’s Faith and devotion to Allah. Muslims celebrate this festival by sacrifice a cow, lamb or camel and distribute its meat among family, relatives and poor. Food is dominant chapter of the whole celebration and mostly, is in the form of elegant family feasts which mostly includes meat dishes and desserts. People wear new clothes on this Fest. Continue reading…

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The Sacrificing Ritual and Meaty Festivities of Eid-ul-Azha Day 1 The festival season is arriving again with all its bloom, as Muslims all over the world are all set to celebrate the Eid-ul-Azha. This is the one of the two Eids of Muslims which is celebrated on 10th of Zill-Hijj of the Islamic Calendar. Eid-ul-Azha is a total four-day Islamic festival. Continue reading…

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