Trip Holidays

The holiday of Eid-ul-Fitr is now officially a Hindu holiday, and people across the world have joined hands to enjoy the holiday with their loved ones.

A large number of Indian and Pakistani women are currently on holiday, which coincides with the Eid-al-Fitrs, or Muslim holy days, and the holiday is marked by the celebrations of Eid and Eid-il-Adha.

Hindustan Times spoke to three members of the family to understand the significance of this new Muslim holiday and to share their own stories.

The three women, who chose to remain anonymous, are part of a group of Hindu women in the southern state of Karnataka who have been attending Eid and the Eid al-Fitras together for the past six years.

The women are a small group, said one of them.

The majority of the women in our family are Muslims.

We are very happy to celebrate Eid and we want to do our best to help the community, especially the Hindu community.

One of the main reasons they have chosen to do this together is the opportunity to spend more time together and to help with the relief efforts.

“We are all very happy about this Eid-l-Fitri, which is our most important day,” said one woman, adding that they all wanted to help in any way possible.

They are also thankful for the blessings they have received from their families and friends.

“We are in our mid-60s.

Our families have been very supportive of our endeavours to celebrate this Eid, and we have been trying to encourage other people to do the same,” she said.

The group is currently in a very difficult situation, with no family members to accompany them on their travels.

They have decided to go together to help support those who are displaced.

They are planning to spend their Eid-e-Mashrouq together.

“On Eid-Ul-Fitris, we usually eat together in a group, but this year, I wanted to celebrate with my friends,” said another woman.

“I had a lot of fun this time.

There were some other women who also went with us, and I will share their stories with you, as well,” she added.