It has indeed been a festive season with the biggest festivals coming arms in arms with the other. After Ganpati, the celebrations of Eid are underway in the city. 30 days of fasting period have finally given way to the rewards of patience as Id makes its way for all to enjoy. Let’s take a look at how Eid was celebrated in different nodes with utmost communal harmony. It is true that the Id moon can be seen only once in a year and in the city it has come with blessings and contentment. The end of the holy month of Ramadan is marked by Eid ul Fitr. The following of Ramadan accentuates the fact that Id is celebrated for a reason. The sighting of the new moon opens doors of joys for all and the merriment can be felt in the satellite city as well. Every node of the city had celebrations filled in the atmosphere and people were high on the spirits of forgiving and giving. Id symbolizes a unity, which brings together family and friends who celebrate each other’s company and happiness. Id-ul-Fitr means the ‘festival of breaking the fast’. The fast of Ramadan is broken with special prayers and festivities. The ‘Eid prayer is very important for all Muslims. It has the merits of the daily prayers, the effect of the weekly convention (Jumu’ah) and the characteristics of annual reunions between Muslims. Each ‘Eid is a wholesome celebration of a remarkable achievement of the individual Muslim in the service of Allah. A few believers shared the significance and more about the celebrations on Eid with NMTV News. MP Dr. Sanjeev Naik, MLC Manda Mhatre and Commissioner of Police Gulabrao Pol and DCPs were present at the Vashi mosque to greet Muslims after Eid Namaaz in the morning. MP Dr. Sanjeev Naik also joined Eid celebrations after Eid Namaaz at Ghansoli Durgah. DCP Ashok Dudhe, ACP Purshottam Karad and other Navi Mumbai Police officials were present to greet Muslims at APMC Market. Another stop that adorned the divinity of Eid celebrations was Shahbaaz village at Belapur. We also captured Muslims offering Eid prayers at Nerul Jama Masjid and Palm Beach’s Moraj residency. At Bonkode village, the Koperkhairane police officials distributed roses to Muslims after they offered prayers. NMTV News too wishes all its viewers greetings on Eid.

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