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How do you celebrate Eid-al-fitr in Pakistan?

Sumi | 12 years ago

How does your typical Eid look like?
I'm also interested in knowing the cultural specific differences: food, dress code etc.

Tags: Eid  Islam 

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i forgot! :P
here! i woke up in coughing, had fever, missed the prayers and now getting better so off to work :/
Ali Iqbal | 12 years ago
how do you do it in suzzzieland (thats how a lil cousin of mine likes to call it, with an emphasis on z :P)
Ali Iqbal | 12 years ago
Aww. Hey, Eid Mubarak. How are you feeling now? Well, sadly not much different here as you don't get a day off and even if I had a day off, most of my friends go to Turkey and otherwise I don't have Muslim friends :( ---so more or less normal routine.
Sumi | 12 years ago
eid mubarak... m feeling good. its an on and off affair and has been for past two months :/... anyhow.. for me it was the same.. due to the condition i missed much of the fun. interstingly, i am always in top notch shape in the evening during volleyball game :P
Ali Iqbal | 12 years ago
 

Asked by: Sumi | 12 years ago | Answers: 5 | Views: 4788

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Nabeha | 12 years ago

Answered by: Nabeha | 12 years ago

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Eidi part :p Oh, I can totally understand - it is not the same if your whole family is not there with you. I think, meeting relatives is good in the sense as you get time to see each other again. I am assuming that otherwise it does get difficult to as you have your own routine and hectic life. :)
Eid Mubarak.
Sumi | 12 years ago
Yeah and things are not that exciting when u don't have any relatives..
Khair Mubarak :)
Nabeha | 12 years ago
Students like us go back home and Isloo becomes vacant:D
Ahmad Hameed | 12 years ago
trueeee
Nabeha | 12 years ago

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Kanwal | 12 years ago

Answered by: Kanwal | 12 years ago

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This is such a cool idea - to gather at your grandparents (RIP) and celebrate it together. No ways, you too (like Nabeha) cannot digest Sheer Khurma? :p ladies oh ladies
Sumi | 12 years ago
and Eid Mubarak to you :) Have a nice time
Sumi | 12 years ago
Thank you and to you too:) I got back home just today, and as always, it was very very exciting and fun time. Didn't eat a single 'meethi' thing though!;p
Kanwal | 12 years ago

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Tahir Ramzan | 12 years ago

Answered by: Tahir Ramzan | 12 years ago

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:) That's nice! I am just trying to picture how Eid in Pakistan looks like :) Eid Mubarak to you!
Sumi | 12 years ago
:)
Fahd Rasheed | 12 years ago

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Ahmad Hameed | 12 years ago

Answered by: Ahmad Hameed | 12 years ago

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Fahd Rasheed | 12 years ago

Answered by: Fahd Rasheed | 12 years ago