Ramadan ends with a 3-day festival known as “EID” or “Eid ul-Fitr,” which literally means “the feast of violation / break the fast.” The holiday marks the end of Ramadan, the holy month of fasting and is the culmination of a month’s struggle to a higher spiritual state.
Ramadan is a time for spiritual purification achieved through fasting, self-sacrifice and prayer. It is noted in the ninth month of Islamic calendar, is observed to quickly every day from sunrise to sunset. Fasting during Ramadan is one of the five pillars of Islam. Islamic faith, which requires Muslims to observe the five basic duties in order to strengthen their faith, all Muslims are trying to realize these five pillars in his life.