Eid al-Adha falls on the 10th day of Dhu al-Hijjah, and lasts for four days. In the international (Gregorian) calendar, the dates vary from year to year, shifting approximately 11 days earlier each year.
Aside from Iftar dinner parties during Ramadan nights, endless weekend celebrations during EID is another season to wait for. Most Muslims celebrate this special holiday by giving lots of gifts to families and friends as a sign of generosity, showing respect, introspection and to continue pouring the blessings into their lives. For whatever reasons people may have, regardless of nationality or religion, giving a gift with effort and significance is the most important thing do. "It doesn't matter about the price, but it is the thought that counts."
If you cannot think of ideas which one to choose as a special gift to someone, stay with us, continue to scroll down and read our suggestions below.
Tea and coffee time are popular even it is not EID Holidays and that is why people love mugs and cups. Not only that mugs and cups are one of the personal gift ideas, it is also affordable and easy to find in stores and online. Some Muslim people loves geometrical designs of decor with Arabic patterns, that is why it may be an awesome idea if you choose those that are engraved with sophistication to add some intimate touch.
Many Muslims perform Yoga too, with soothing instructions, it helps them to meditate. Yoga mat bags are perfect gift for someone who loves yoga of course, we all know that yoga is a type of exercise that focus on mental health meditation, it will be a good idea to gift it to someone because it'll also shows that you actually care about them mentally and physically. This can be a very thoughtful gift of motivation to someone who are planning to start yoga classes too! 😉
You may think this is a very common gift, but coming to think of it, storage boxes or organizers are very useful gift to your friends or family members. Aside from decorative purposes, its function as a storage is really helpful to keep valuable things into one place, and make every room stay organized. To make it extra special, if you have big budget to spend, you can send a very nice customized decor gift to add more personal touch.
Arabesque Home Decoration is very popular in Middle East countries especially during Ramadan and EID season. Giving such gifts like these designs, are very common but make sure that you will choose the high quality ones. Most Muslims appreciates Arabic design decorations because aside from having beautiful patterns, it also symbolizes their culture and traditions, so it'll be a good idea to gift something like this to your Muslim friends during EID holidays.
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