I had a pretty intimate conversation with my host sister on Eid al-Fitr or also called sugar feast. This is an important religious holiday celebrated by Muslims that marks the end of the Ramadan. Some families celebrated the Salat on Monday, because it was a national holiday, but my family celebrated the Salat on Tuesday. They believed that the sugar feast is the day after they had seen the moon. When people see the moon, they grab a gun and fire into the air to communicate that the moon is visible.
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