Muslims’ biggest festival Eid-al-Fitr being observed across the nation

KATHMANDU: Muslim communities across the country are celebrating Eid-al-Fitr with zest and zeal on Tuesday.

The day marks the end of monthlong Ramadan.

On the occasion, Muslims throughout the country throng mosques at various places, read namaz, listen to sermons from their religious guru and exchange greetings with each other. Muslims exchange greetings on the occasion of Eid ul-Fitr in Rajbiraj on Tuesday‚ July 29‚ 2014. Photo: ByasShankar Upadhyay

Muslims in Kathmandu are gathering at Jame Mosque in Bagbazaar and celebrating the festival with much gusto.

Muslims around the world show a common goal of unity on this day. Eid ul-Fitr is also called the feast of the breaking the fast.

The day before the festival the government has declared a public holiday to mark the festival. The day marked as the Ramdan, not only the nation but across the world. The Muslim peoples have now gathered in the Muslim Jame Masquez. The crowd has reached in high since the morning.