We left the blessed month of Ramadan, and Muslims received the blessed Eid Al Fitr, in which Muslims celebrate their completion of fasting and worship in the month of Ramadan, while Eid Al Fitr celebrations are very similar in various countries of the world in what they include of joyful celebrations for Muslims on the Eid, and eating early breakfast with the family After Eid Al-Fitr prayer, however, there are several differences for Eid Al-Fitr celebrations in Islamic societies all over the world, especially with regard to foods that are eaten on the first breakfast day after the blessed month of Ramadan, as well as common customs and traditions that are characteristic of the different peoples in the Eid holiday, which is what yen It is applied to Muslims in Russia, whose numbers are estimated at an average of 16 million.
Here is a group of the most famous Muslim customs and traditions in Russia during the Eid Al-Fitr holiday:
- Muslims in Russia begin the first day of the Eid al-Fitr holiday by waking up early and gathering in nearby mosques to perform Eid al-Fitr prayers. After the prayer, the area around the mosques becomes a gathering of Muslims with joy and celebration.
- Russia contains quite a number of major and famous mosques. Muslims living in the Russian capital, Moscow, with an estimated average number of 2 million people, tend to go to the Moscow Grand Mosque and also known as the Moscow Grand Mosque, and crowds and appearances of the celebration of Eid around the mosque after Eid prayers.
- Muslims in Russia, like other Muslims in various parts of the world, used to gather after Eid prayers to eat their first meal in the daylight with family members.
- One of the most famous foods that Muslims in Russia used to eat on Eid al-Fitr in Russia is the Manti dish, also known as Manto, which is one of the popular foods popular among Turks and Caucasians, which is a relatively thin dough stuffed with minced meat cooked with onions, peppers and spices and is often cooked By steam, Russian Muslims also often eat meat dishes, especially lamb, in addition to fish, vegetables, salads and a number of soup dishes, as well as some desserts and pastries.
- Muslims in the Republic of Tatarstan, one of the federal entities in Russia and located on the western slopes of the Ural Mountains separating Asia and Europe, have other favorite foods on Eid al-Fitr, where they prefer to eat pancakes and dumplings on the feast.
- Followers of the Islamic religion in Russia, the religion with the second largest number of followers in Russia, are also used to wearing new clothes on Eid al-Fitr and go for walks with friends to celebrate the holiday.
- Muslim social media users in Russia are also accustomed to posting photos from their Eid al-Fitr holiday, and often include pictures of food and sweets items that they have prepared and eaten on the feast as well as pictures of their new clothes or gifts they received on the feast.
One of the most popular foods that Muslims in Russia are used to eating on Eid al-Fitr in Russia is the Manti plate
The customs of Muslims in Russia on Eid al-Fitr
Russia has a large number of major and famous mosques
After the Eid prayer, Muslims in Russia used to eat their first daylight in the company of family members