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Eid ul-Fitr

Eid ul-Fitr 2024, 2025 and 2026

In Bangladesh, the first day of Shawwal that breaks the long fast of Ramadan is a national public holiday known as “Eid ul-Fitr”. It is a time of happiness and feasting as well as of prayer and devotion.

202410 AprWedEid ul-Fitr Holiday
11 AprThuEid ul-Fitr
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202531 MarMonEid ul-Fitr
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202620 MarFriEid ul-Fitr
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In preparation for Eid, people in Bangladesh will be out busily shopping for the new clothes they will wear, for small gifts to exchange with friends and family, and food items for the Eid ul-Fitr feast.

Those living in the cities often travel back to their birth village for Eid ul-Fitr where they can spend it with family. Early on Eid morning, people attend a special mosque service for Eid prayers.

More unique Eid-ul-Fitr traditions of Bangladesh include: women making colourful designs on their hands with pigments derived from hena leaves, going to the graves of deceased relatives to pray for them, and eating Semai, a kind of “sweet coconut noodle” just after returning from Eid prayers.

Previous Years

202321 AprFriEid ul-Fitr Holiday
22 AprSatEid ul-Fitr
23 AprSunEid ul-Fitr Holiday
20222 MayMonEid ul-Fitr Holiday
3 MayTueEid ul-Fitr
4 MayWedEid ul-Fitr Holiday
202113 MayThuEid ul-Fitr Holiday
14 MayFriEid ul-Fitr
15 MaySatEid ul-Fitr Holiday
202024 MaySunEid ul-Fitr Holiday
25 MayMonEid ul-Fitr
26 MayTueEid ul-Fitr Holiday
20195 JunWedEid ul-Fitr
201815 JunFriEid ul-Fitr Holiday
16 JunSatEid ul-Fitr
17 JunSunEid ul-Fitr Holiday
201725 JunSunEid ul-Fitr Holiday
26 JunMonEid ul-Fitr
27 JunTueEid ul-Fitr Holiday