End of Ramadan marks the beginning of Eid-ul-Fitr all around the world for Muslims. A three-day religious holiday is all about celebrations and festivities with friends and family. Here’s how Eid is celebrated around the world: Saudi Arab is all about celebrations with fireworks, circus performances and folklore. Syria, though it’s just a picture of debris and grief, children find happiness and celebrate Eid their own way. Pakistan…. the country that speaks heritage, represents culture is all about mehndi and food as it celebrates the festivities of Eid-ul-Fitr Turkey is home to one of the most beautiful architectures to its mosques, people gather around in large congregations to perform their Eid Namaz. India, truly home to festive traditions, Eid is all about the desi touch of eating and being together. Mehndi and a grand hug-a-thon!!! Gaza… a picture worth a thousand words…. this is how Eid is in Gaza! Indonesia, Eid is all about large congregations of prayers and sermons before the celebrations kick off. Egypt one of the middle eastern countries that is lit in beautiful lights of colors and sizes… Eid is spectacular especially at night when people enjoy the market’s decorations. Malaysia, Aidil Fitri is all about family, decorations and fireworks!!! Singapore is more traditional on Eid as people dress in their Sarongs full of colors and life. Dubai is all about lighting the tall buildings and that too with a majestic fireworks show on Burj Al-Khalifa African States… Eid is Eid… with shades of various colors and selfies to go with it. After the Eid prayers, the people gather to celebrate Eid to its fullest.