What is the meaning of Ramadan & Eid al-Fitr? Is it something non-Muslims could be inspired by?
Most people think Ramadan and the Eid celebrations that follow, are just for Muslims. But the Holy Month in Islam encourages many practises of cleaning one’s body, mind & soul that will benefit everyone, Muslims and non-Muslims alike. Learn more about these practises by clicking here and by joining us for our six-day event “The Spirit of Giving & Forgiving” that may enrich your thoughts, create new habits and bring joy to you taste-buts!
If you wish to watch these free public events live or get their recording, then register here
RAMADAN Events – From Monday, the 10th of May to Friday, the 14th of May, each day at 3.00PM:
We will visit homes of Muslims from different cultural backgrounds, where they inform us about their daily routine during Ramadan and what traditional delicacies they prepare for breaking fast after sunset.
If you, your family or community wish to participate, please click here
EID AL-FITR Event – On Saturday, the 15th of May, from 9:00am to 1:00pm
We will start the day at 9:00am with EID TAKBIR (Special Eid Prayer) before the Hon. Ros Spence, Minister for Multicultural Affairs, officially launches the event. We then have a live interview with a representative from the Islamic Council Victoria answering any questions that you may have in regard to the meaning and practise of Ramadan & Eid Mubarak. What follows is a Special Live Eid Open House journey with Muslims from different cultural backgrounds on how they celebrate Eid with their family and friends. We finish the day with Multicultural Live Performances, Dances & Songs.
If you, your family or community wish to participate with showing your home(s), the food you have prepared or by giving us a live performance of your music, dance or songs, then please click here
If you wish to watch any of these free public events live or get their recording, then register here