This Eid spread happiness by helping others
Choti Eid, an occasion celebrated by dressed up kids running with anticipation and ‘please eidi me’ smiles.
Meethi Eid, an occasion celebrated by foodies by savouring every sweet-tooth craving.
Eid, an occasion completed as family, relatives and friends come together to celebrate.
Alas, we’re living through the most unique of times as the dynamics of social interactions and celebrations are constantly being redefined.
But that doesn’t mean we can’t celebrate… It is about finding new ways to celebrate!
Eid is a celebration blessed upon Muslims by Allah. It is an opportunity to reflect on Ramadan and all of the wonderful aspects of our lives that we are blessed to have.
In the wake of COVID-19, many are struggling, be it a loss of a loved one, a friend, an opportunity or a job. This Eid spread happiness by helping people.
Let’s all come together to perform acts of kindness with gratitude.
The holy month of Ramadan teaches us things about ourselves, but more importantly, it teaches us to think of others and to celebrate life.
Eid is celebrated by spending time with family and friends. Coronavirus has given us an opportunity to pause in our tracks to see the reasons we have to be grateful.
Thankful that you and your family have been safe amidst coronavirus?
As an act of gratitude, help someone pay their rent, to ease their burden.
Help someone buy clothes for their family to celebrate Eid.
Help someone out by buying grocery and ration bags or distribute food among the less fortunate.
Help someone by covering their school fee.
Everyone deserves to celebrate Eid.
This Eid lets come together as a society to encourage each other to celebrate Eid not for us, but for the more deserving groups of our society.
With this, we must also remember the importance of celebrating Eid responsibly at our homes with our loved ones.
Let’s work together to spread happiness and joy.
Team Graana wishes you and your family a very happy Eid-ul-Fitr.
This year, Eid ul Adha will be different for all the Muslims around the globe. With the ongoing pandemic, it is very difficult and dangerous to perform sacrifices this Eid ul Adha. Muslims are now able to perform this religious obligation with the help of online qurbani websites.