Idul Fitr in India in 2021

Idul Fitr in India in 2021

  How long until Idul Fitr?
There are no upcoming dates for this event
  Dates of Idul Fitr in India
2017 Jun 25, Jun 26, Jun 27
TelanganaTue, Jun 27Regional Holiday
Andhra PradeshMon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Arunachal PradeshMon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
AssamMon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
BiharMon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
ChandigarhMon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
ChhattisgarhMon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
DelhiMon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
GujaratMon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
HaryanaMon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Himachal PradeshMon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Jammu and KashmirMon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
KarnatakaMon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Madhya PradeshMon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
MaharashtraMon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
ManipurMon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
MeghalayaMon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
MizoramMon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
NagalandMon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
OdishaMon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
PuducherryMon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
PunjabMon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
RajasthanMon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
SikkimMon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Tamil NaduMon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
TelanganaMon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
TripuraMon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
Uttar PradeshMon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
UttarakhandMon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
West BengalMon, Jun 26Regional Holiday
KeralaSun, Jun 25Regional Holiday
2016 Jul 6, Jul 7, Jul 8
TelanganaFri, Jul 8Regional Holiday
Andhra PradeshThu, Jul 7Regional Holiday
GoaThu, Jul 7Regional Holiday
KarnatakaThu, Jul 7Regional Holiday
Madhya PradeshThu, Jul 7Regional Holiday
MaharashtraThu, Jul 7Regional Holiday
OdishaThu, Jul 7Regional Holiday
Tamil NaduThu, Jul 7Regional Holiday
TelanganaThu, Jul 7Regional Holiday
TelanganaThu, Jul 7Regional Holiday
UttarakhandThu, Jul 7Regional Holiday
West BengalThu, Jul 7Regional Holiday
Arunachal PradeshWed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
AssamWed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
BiharWed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
ChandigarhWed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
ChhattisgarhWed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
DelhiWed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
GujaratWed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
HaryanaWed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
Himachal PradeshWed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
Jammu and KashmirWed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
KeralaWed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
ManipurWed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
MeghalayaWed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
MizoramWed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
NagalandWed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
PunjabWed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
RajasthanWed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
SikkimWed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
TripuraWed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
Uttar PradeshWed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
UttarakhandWed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
West BengalWed, Jul 6Regional Holiday
2015 Jul 18
Andhra PradeshSat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
Arunachal PradeshSat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
AssamSat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
BiharSat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
ChandigarhSat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
ChhattisgarhSat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
DelhiSat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
GujaratSat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
HaryanaSat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
Himachal PradeshSat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
Jammu and KashmirSat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
KarnatakaSat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
KeralaSat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
Madhya PradeshSat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
MaharashtraSat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
ManipurSat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
MeghalayaSat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
MizoramSat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
NagalandSat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
OdishaSat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
PunjabSat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
RajasthanSat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
SikkimSat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
Tamil NaduSat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
TelanganaSat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
TripuraSat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
UttarakhandSat, Jul 18Regional Holiday
West BengalSat, Jul 18Regional Holiday

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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