Pakistan's Official Eid ul Fitr Holiday Schedule Declared
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The official announcement regarding the Eid ul Fitr Holiday schedule in Pakistan has been made by the government. A notification was issued by the Cabinet Division on Thursday, delineating a three-day or four-day holiday, accommodating offices with varying work schedules.

As per the notification from the Cabinet Division, the holidays are scheduled from Wednesday, April 10, to Friday, April 12, for offices operating on a five-day work week. For those on a six-day work week, the holidays extend from Wednesday, April 10, to Saturday, April 13.

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Eid ul Fitr, a significant religious festival observed by Muslims globally, signifies the end of Ramadan, the month of fasting in Islam. Traditionally, it commences with the sighting of the new moon, determining its exact date, falling on the first day of Shawwal, the tenth month in the Islamic lunar calendar, immediately following Ramadan.Pakistan's Official Eid ul Fitr Holiday Schedule Declared

This festival holds great importance in the Islamic calendar, symbolizing the culmination of the month of Ramadan, characterized by fasting and spiritual introspection. The celebratory mood of Eid marks the end of this period of devout observance and self-restraint.

This year, the date for Eid ul Fitr is expected to be either April 10 or April 11, depending on the sighting of the moon, a customary practice in determining Islamic months. With Muslims eagerly anticipating the new moon’s confirmation, preparations for the joyous celebration of Eid are underway nationwide.

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