Eid ul-Fitr (Id-ul-Fitr) means the Festivity to Break the Fast. It is the first day of the Islamic month Shawwal, and marks the end of the holy Islamic month Ramadan and its required fasting.
On this holiday it is customary to eat a small breakfast, dress in one's best clothes, and perform a variety of prayers.
|Year||Eid ul-Fitr (Id-ul-Fitr)|
|2013||Thursday, August 8th|
|2014||Monday, July 28th|
|2015||Saturday, July 18th|
|2016||Wednesday, July 6th|
|2017||Monday, June 26th|
|2018||Friday, June 15th|
|2019||Wednesday, June 5th|
|2020||Sunday, May 24th|
*Note: these dates are based on astrological mathematical calculations that predict the visibility of the moon. The exact day of the holiday cannot be known for certain until the relevant moon is actually sighted. Predictions could be off by one day.