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Eidul-Fitar in Philippines

Eid-al-Fitr (Eid al-Fitr, Eid ul-Fitr, Id-Ul-Fitr, Eid) is the first day of the Islamic month of Shawwal. It marks the end of Ramadan, which is a month of fasting and prayer. Many Muslims attend communal prayers, listen to a khutba (sermon) and give zakat al-fitr (charity in the form of food) during Eid al-Fitr.

Muslim child and mother expressing joy.
Many Muslims dress in fine clothing and children receive gifts on Eid al-Fitr.
Many Muslims dress in fine clothing and children receive gifts on Eid al-Fitr.

About Eidul-Fitar

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Eidul-Fitar Observances

WeekdayDateYearNameHoliday TypeWhere It is Observed
SatSep 112010Eidul-FitarRegular Holiday 
ThuSep 12011Eidul-FitarRegular Holiday 
MonAug 202012Eidul-FitarRegular Holiday 
FriAug 92013Eidul-FitarRegular Holiday 
TueJul 292014Eidul-FitarRegular Holiday 
FriJul 172015Eidul-FitarRegular Holiday 
FriJul 82016Eidul-FitarRegular Holiday 
TueJun 272017Eidul-FitarRegular Holiday 
FriJun 152018Eidul-FitarRegular Holiday 
ThuJun 62019Eidul-FitarRegular Holiday 
MonMay 252020Eidul-FitarRegular Holiday 

Quick Facts

Eid-al-Fitr is a holiday to mark the end of the Islamic month of Ramadan, during which Muslims fast during the hours of daylight.

Eidul-Fitar 2018

Friday, June 15, 2018

Eidul-Fitar 2019

Thursday, June 6, 2019


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