Eid ul-Fitr Idgah
The Idgah is a large place especially set aside for the large congregation who will attend the special Eid prayer early in the morning and can be an open field or flat piece of ground.

On this festival, the people having previously distributed the alms, assemble in the vast Idgah, and, being led by the Imam, recite prayers.

It is only used on festival days for congregational prayers, the proper place always being the mosque on other occasions.
Eid ul-Fitr Eidgah
During the holy month of Ramazan, Allah gave Prophet Muhammad the Holy Quran. One day, Muhammad had a vision in which the angel Jibril told him how Allah wanted people to live.

Allah s words were revealed to Muhammad through the angel over a period of 23 years, and the words were written down to form the Quran. Ramadan is celebrated to remember this very special month.

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