For Muslims around the world the month of Ramadan is coming to a close on the 24th May, and to mark the end of this month of fasting and prayer is the celebration called Eid al-Fitr (also called Eid ul-Fitr), which means "Festival of the Breaking of the Fast." As you can imagine after a month of showing restraint from eating, preparing a big feast for the whole family is a big part of Eid al-Fitr!
But what else do Muslims do on this very important day? As well as celebration, it's also a day for reflection and prayer - many Muslims join together for prayer in Mosques, although sadly not this year;
Mehndi henna patterns are also put on hands for this celebration;
What else can you find out about this major Islamic festival? What foods are eaten? What are the traditions? Have a look at the BBC links below and PowerPoint to find out more!
Log on to PurpleMash where you can write an email explaining all about Eid al-Fitr. Once you've finished, you can have some fun decorating hands with Mehndi patterns on Day 33 - Mehndi.