Popularly known as the "Festival of braking of the fast", occurs as soon as the new moon is sighted at the end of the month of fasting namely Ramzan. The devoties gather in the mosques to pray frinds and relatives meet & exchange greetings. Fitr is derived from the word â€˜fatarâ€™ meaning breaking. Fitr has another meaning derived from another word fitrah meaning â€˜almsâ€™.Special foods and delicacies are prepared for the day and are distributed among neighbours and friends. Unlike most festivals, Ramadaan doesnâ€™t fall on any particular day. Ramzan is the ninth month of the Islamic year. It is usually a time for increased religious devotion and self-examination.