Yes to both! Family gather and visit to each other's households and friend's homes are customary as well.
Also sweets and coffee. Lots of sweets and coffee.
Depends on where you live it might be a little different. Usually people put on new clothes, have a family gathering, give money or gifts to their young relatives, have fun together, and give charity/help the poor. Or at least, that's how it should go ideally.
It varies from place to place, think of like Christmas but without all the booze.
Eid Mubarak GAF !
That bein said TIME TO EAT TILL I PASS OUT !
Traditionally, eid morning starts off with special Eid prayers, after that it's upto people. In most cases families get together to spend the day together, all kids (and teenagers or anyone in general who isnt earning yet) gets eid gifts which mostly means money. Also traditionally people eat something sweet before leaving for eid prayers.
Prayers in the morning, first thing. Beyond that, at least in my family, we just get together. It's not a big thing now that my immediate family, and my parents immediate family, are on the older side. We just stay in, play video games. Maybe go to a movie. Nothing crazy.
Kids get money and gifts, yeah. I used to leave with a lot of it. Every older family member would throw us smaller notes. Added up.
It's radicalisation, and it should not be ignored, FB should be flagging these accounts, we cannot allow terrorist threats to go without punishment. Awful.I think it's just that. Threats. All talk and no action. Hopefully the police are there too to keep an eye on things.
Na. Fortunately ours was an empty threat.hopefully not this one? D:
hopefully not this one? D:
Sure you can. My boyfriend did a design on his wrists last year. I see a bunch of men at henna parlors whenever I go as well.
I actually dont like biryani 😶
Like i can eat if i have to or its the only thing to eat but id rather not and at most dawats i wont lol
It cant be biryani if it has raisins or tomatoes :|
Biryani is love, biryani is life.
I dont think I've had it with tomatoes but Bengalis def put raisins on the biryani. Gotta add sweets to EVERYTHING!
I've heard so much about Hyderabadi biryani that I cant imagine it ever living up to the hype
My mum has never put raisins in biryani, nor has she cooked anything sweet... Is sweet supposed to be a Bengali thing?