What is Eid Al Fitri? When is Eid Al Fitri 2011 Holiday going to be?
Eid al Fitr is the end of fasting month of Ramadan and is a three day holiday in Qatar. Eid al Fitri marks the end of the month long fasting that is Ramadan – not surprisingly it involves a lot of eating. (Eid itself means feast, while Fitri means to break the fast.) This is the biggest holiday of the year for Muslims.
Eid ul-Fitr is decidedly important to the local people of the country, Qataris. This is the time of the year where family comes first. They gather and celebrate. Eid breathes the spirit of community and solidarity in the people of Qatar and puts everyone, even the grumpiest people in an exceptional mood.
The first day of Eid Al Fitri 2011 Holiday should commence on the 31st of August since August 30, 2011 is going to the end of Ramadan 2011 in Qatar. Refer on the Calendar of Holidays in Qatar below:
The number of days that every expatriate will take as a holiday from their work during this season entirely depends on his sponsor. Government employee normally enjoys a longer period of rest and enjoyment compared to those who are employed in the private sector. Some are even required to work due to the needful of their job provided that has an equivalent holiday pay as compensation.
Eid Al Fitri 2011 holiday is again another breathing space and time out of all hardworking individual in the country. Regardless on how you are going to spend the holiday, what matters most is you are free from your workloads. At least for a couple of days, you get to break free from stress!
Eid Mubarak! Make your holiday worthwhile. Spend it with enjoyment. If you aren’t sure of what to do, you may click this link to see what are your options on how to spend your Eid Al Fitri 2011 holiday in Qatar!