Idul Fitr around the world in 2020

Idul Fitr around the world in 2020

  Dates of Idul Fitr around the world
2017 IndiaJun 25, Jun 26, Jun 27
Telangana Tue, Jun 27Regional Holiday
Andhra Pradesh Mon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Arunachal Pradesh Mon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Assam Mon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Bihar Mon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Chandigarh Mon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Chhattisgarh Mon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Delhi Mon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Gujarat Mon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Haryana Mon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Himachal Pradesh Mon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Jammu and Kashmir Mon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Karnataka Mon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Madhya Pradesh Mon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Maharashtra Mon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Manipur Mon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Meghalaya Mon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Mizoram Mon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Nagaland Mon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Odisha Mon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Puducherry Mon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Punjab Mon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Rajasthan Mon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Sikkim Mon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Tamil Nadu Mon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Telangana Mon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Tripura Mon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Uttar Pradesh Mon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Uttarakhand Mon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
West Bengal Mon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Kerala Sun, Jun 25Regional Holiday
2016 IndiaJul 6, Jul 7, Jul 8
Telangana Fri, Jul 8Regional Holiday
Andhra Pradesh Thu, Jul 7Regional Holiday
Goa Thu, Jul 7Regional Holiday
Karnataka Thu, Jul 7Regional Holiday
Madhya Pradesh Thu, Jul 7Regional Holiday
Maharashtra Thu, Jul 7Regional Holiday
Odisha Thu, Jul 7Regional Holiday
Tamil Nadu Thu, Jul 7Regional Holiday
Telangana Thu, Jul 7Regional Holiday
Telangana Thu, Jul 7Regional Holiday
Uttarakhand Thu, Jul 7Regional Holiday
West Bengal Thu, Jul 7Regional Holiday
Arunachal Pradesh Wed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
Assam Wed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
Bihar Wed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
Chandigarh Wed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
Chhattisgarh Wed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
Delhi Wed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
Gujarat Wed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
Haryana Wed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
Himachal Pradesh Wed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
Jammu and Kashmir Wed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
Kerala Wed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
Manipur Wed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
Meghalaya Wed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
Mizoram Wed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
Nagaland Wed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
Punjab Wed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
Rajasthan Wed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
Sikkim Wed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
Tripura Wed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
Uttar Pradesh Wed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
Uttarakhand Wed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
West Bengal Wed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
2015 IndiaJul 18
Andhra Pradesh Sat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
Arunachal Pradesh Sat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
Assam Sat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
Bihar Sat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
Chandigarh Sat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
Chhattisgarh Sat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
Delhi Sat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
Gujarat Sat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
Haryana Sat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
Himachal Pradesh Sat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
Jammu and Kashmir Sat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
Karnataka Sat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
Kerala Sat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
Madhya Pradesh Sat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
Maharashtra Sat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
Manipur Sat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
Meghalaya Sat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
Mizoram Sat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
Nagaland Sat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
Odisha Sat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
Punjab Sat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
Rajasthan Sat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
Sikkim Sat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
Tamil Nadu Sat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
Telangana Sat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
Tripura Sat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
Uttarakhand Sat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
West Bengal Sat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
  Summary
Marks the end of the fasting period of the Islamic month of Ramadan

In India, this festival is known as Idu’l Fitr and marks the end of the fasting period of the Islamic month of Ramadan.

It is a holiday in all states except Goa, Jharkhand and Uttar Pradesh.

The festival is a time for feasting, rejoicing and thankfulness.

The preparations for the festival start at the beginning of Ramadan.

When the day finally arrives and the period of fasting ends, children receive many gifts, there are fairs with street bazaars selling festive goods and traditional foods.

Many attend religious ceremonies and visit with friends and family.

This is one of the most anticipated holidays on the Muslim calendar.

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