Muslims celebrate Ramadan Bayram – Eid al-Fitr

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Islamic believers in North Macedonia and all across the world celebrate Ramadan Bayram – Eid al-Fitr, the end of the holy month of fasting, on Wednesday.

The very day of Bayram celebration begins with a Ramadan-Bayram prayer, followed by a visit to the cemetery, where people pay respect to deceased ancestors and relatives. Congratulations on the holy day begin afterwards, firstly to the eldest (kissing the hand). Younger people always pay the visit to older ones. There are traditional dishes for the festivity (Bayram meat, alanditi and baklava). The celebration lasts for three days. The first day of Ramadan Bayram is a public holiday in Macedonia.

Islamic believers in North Macedonia and all across the world celebrate Ramadan Bayram – Eid al-Fitr, the end of the holy month of fasting, on Wednesday.

The very day of Bayram celebration begins with a Ramadan-Bayram prayer, followed by a visit to the cemetery, where people pay respect to deceased ancestors and relatives. Congratulations on the holy day begin afterwards, firstly to the eldest (kissing the hand). Younger people always pay the visit to older ones. There are traditional dishes for the festivity (Bayram meat, alanditi and baklava). The celebration lasts for three days. The first day of Ramadan Bayram is a public holiday in Macedonia.

 

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