EID EID EID Mubarak!

by Khanum

 

Eid Mubarak my Readers. I hope my Muslim siblings are having a fabulous day. I just stopped by to drop over some pictures I took earlier in the morning. Mum is as usual in the kitchen, preparing the Great Feast.  I tried my best to take few shots of the food but I was brutally kicked out – and that’s not something new. hehe

The above picture was taken earlier in the morning. I had just woken up and realized I had fallen asleep  without washing off my hand last night. Yes, you’re right. That’s khanum’s hand. I might share a tip here. If you want your Henna to last longer, rub some oil or vicks over your dried henna. It will  Shine out loud. As for my dress, I am wearing color red and white. As you know I don’t post personal pictures but I can assure you, Khanum is looking fabulous. (Such miracles do happen at times)

Let’s have a look at more snapshots. More will be uploaded soon as the day progresses. If my mother doesn’t hide my camera somewhere that is.

And A big round of applause for my successful theft mission in the kitchen. I had to take atleast one shot of something delicious.  “Kheer” or “Sawaiyan” is a sweet dish, often prepared on ‘Chand Raat’ literally translated as Moon Night, ” A night before Eid. My mother prepared it last night too and decorated it with Pistachio , almonds and Dates. The thin silver paper is absolutely must. Yum yum yummy. I will attack on it after finishing this post.

Our lazy silly Cat!

And that’s my cousin. My favorite shot of the day. She may be a devil but her smile is priceless.

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15 Responses to “EID EID EID Mubarak!”

  1. Does this mean that Ramadan is over? I hope you all have a lovely great feast. Mmmm….looked healthy and interesting.

    • Yes, D. Ramadan is over. Muslims celebrate Eid after Ramadan. Another Eid will come after The month of Hajj. You know the pilgrimage to Makkah.
      That Eid is called Eid-ul-Adha. (Azha) This eid celebrated after ramadan is known as Eid-ul-Fitr. 🙂 P.S. Eid means Happiness. These are two annual Grand Celebration occasions for Muslims. That lasts for days.

  2. Ahhhhh ! :~))
    Desserts …..Lookin awesum …. I hope, you must had great time on Eid :~)
    Well Eid Mubarak to you …

  3. Eid Mubarak!:)
    I love Ramzan, though not a Muslim myself but I have Muslim relatives and they treat me to yummyyyy biriyani!!!

  4. Eid Mubarak, Pervisha! Those are lovely photographs, mashaAllah! The mehendi color turned out nice and dark.

  5. Eid Mubarak to you and your family Pervisha! Sorry for the late wish, Ive been hiberanting :p I like your Henna. Did your family do it for you??

  6. I love your photographs! I like the henna a lot! 🙂

  7. Cat is awesome=) What a pretty!

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