Eid-al-Fitr 2020: From Nihari to Sheer Khurma, three scrumptious delicacies you can prepare at home for your loved ones
People gorge on scrumptious delicacies as they come together to celebrate the festival of Eid and hold special iftaars.
Eid-ul-Fitr 2020: Video-conferencing iftaar, online gifts and other ways to celebrate the festival amid coronavirus lockdown
Governments across the world and Islamic leaders have urged the Muslim community to offer Eid prayers from home and not congregate in large numbers
Eid-ul-Fitr 2020: A look at festival's history and significance as Muslims gear up to celebrate end of holy Ramadan month
The celebrations of Eid begin with the first sighting of the new moon. It is believed that the first revelation of the Holy Quran was received by Prophet Muhammad during the holy month of Ramadan.
Depending on when the moon is sighted, Eid celebrations will begin either in the evening of 23 May (Saturday), or 24 May (Sunday) in 2020.