Eid al-Fitr, also known as the "Festival of the Breaking of the Fast", is a joyous celebration that marks the end of the holy month of Ramadan. Muslims worldwide gather with family and friends to celebrate this special occasion.

Although Eid al-Fitr has no specific religious obligations, there are some halal things that Muslims can do to celebrate this important holiday. One of the halal things to do on Eid is to attend the Eid prayers at the mosque. Muslims gather in the morning for a special Eid prayer, usually held outside in an ample open space or mosque.

It is an integral part of the celebration and a way to start the day spiritually. Another halal activity on Eid is spending time with family and friends. Eid is a time to get together and celebrate with loved ones. Muslims often visit each other's homes, exchange gifts and eat together. It is a time to strengthen the family bond and show appreciation to each other.

Muslims can also participate in charity and donate on Eid. This can include donating money or food to those in need or visiting and spending time with the elderly or sick. It is a way to spread joy and happiness to others and show gratitude for our blessings. Another halal activity on Eid is wearing new clothes and decorating yourself with henna. Muslims often wear traditional clothing such as a shalwar kameez or thobe to show respect and reverence for the occasion. Henna, a natural dye made from the leaves of the henna plant, is often applied to the hands and feet in intricate patterns for decoration and celebration.

Muslims can also engage in recreational activities during Eid, such as going to the park or playing sports. It is a way to enjoy the day and have fun with friends and family while staying within the boundaries of halal behaviour. Finally, Muslims can express their gratitude to God during Eid by reciting the Takbir, declaring God's greatness.

Muslims can also repeat a unique Dua (prayer) to thank Allah for the blessings of Ramadan and the opportunity to celebrate Eid with loved ones. In conclusion, there are some halal things that Muslims can do to celebrate Eid al-Fitr. These include attending Eid prayers at the mosque, spending time with family and friends, donating charity and gifts, wearing new clothes and applying henna, participating in recreational activities and expressing gratitude to Allah.

By celebrating Eid in a halal way, Muslims can strengthen their faith, strengthen family ties and spread joy and happiness to those around them.