EID AL-FITR 2013

SUNGAI BULOH 06 August 2013. A man use a soft brush to produce sprinkling fireworks for celebrate Eid al-Fitr who will arrive either on August 8 or 9, depending on the sighting of the new moon of Syawal on August 7 at Kampung Paya Jaras. Eid al-Fitr is a festival celebrated by Muslims around the world regardless of race, whether Malays, Indian-Muslim and other Muslim nations to mark the end of Ramadan in which Muslims have undergone fasting diligently. It is one of the two biggest festivals for Muslims, as well as Eid al-Adha. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

SUNGAI BULOH 06 August 2013. A man use a soft brush to produce sprinkling fireworks for celebrate Eid al-Fitr who will arrive either on August 8 or 9, depending on the sighting of the new moon of Syawal on August 7 at Kampung Paya Jaras. Eid al-Fitr is a festival celebrated by Muslims around the world regardless of race, whether Malays, Indian-Muslim and other Muslim nations to mark the end of Ramadan in which Muslims have undergone fasting diligently. It is one of the two biggest festivals for Muslims, as well as Eid al-Adha. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

SUNGAI BULOH 06 August 2013. A man use a soft brush to produce sprinkling fireworks for celebrate Eid al-Fitr who will arrive either on August 8 or 9, depending on the sighting of the new moon of Syawal on August 7 at Kampung Paya Jaras. Eid al-Fitr is a festival celebrated by Muslims around the world regardless of race, whether Malays, Indian-Muslim and other Muslim nations to mark the end of Ramadan in which Muslims have undergone fasting diligently. It is one of the two biggest festivals for Muslims, as well as Eid al-Adha. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

SUNGAI BULOH 06 August 2013. A man use a soft brush to produce sprinkling fireworks for celebrate Eid al-Fitr who will arrive either on August 8 or 9, depending on the sighting of the new moon of Syawal on August 7 at Kampung Paya Jaras. Eid al-Fitr is a festival celebrated by Muslims around the world regardless of race, whether Malays, Indian-Muslim and other Muslim nations to mark the end of Ramadan in which Muslims have undergone fasting diligently. It is one of the two biggest festivals for Muslims, as well as Eid al-Adha. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

SUNGAI BULOH 06 August 2013. A man use a soft brush to produce sprinkling fireworks for celebrate Eid al-Fitr who will arrive either on August 8 or 9, depending on the sighting of the new moon of Syawal on August 7 at Kampung Paya Jaras. Eid al-Fitr is a festival celebrated by Muslims around the world regardless of race, whether Malays, Indian-Muslim and other Muslim nations to mark the end of Ramadan in which Muslims have undergone fasting diligently. It is one of the two biggest festivals for Muslims, as well as Eid al-Adha. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

SUNGAI BULOH 06 August 2013. A man use a soft brush to produce sprinkling fireworks for celebrate Eid al-Fitr who will arrive either on August 8 or 9, depending on the sighting of the new moon of Syawal on August 7 at Kampung Paya Jaras. Eid al-Fitr is a festival celebrated by Muslims around the world regardless of race, whether Malays, Indian-Muslim and other Muslim nations to mark the end of Ramadan in which Muslims have undergone fasting diligently. It is one of the two biggest festivals for Muslims, as well as Eid al-Adha. Photo Adib Rawi Yahya

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