All You Need To Know About Eid-Ul-Fitr

A Brief History Of Eid-Ul- Fitr:

The historical backdrop of Eid-Ul-Fitr goes back to 610 A.D, when an Angel called Jibril showed up in Prophet Mohammed’s vision and announced that he was the messenger of Allah. His teachings to him proceeded over the years but Prophet Mohammed was not persuaded by him easily. However, later he realised Jibril’s intentions and surrendered to him, accepting him as his spiritual master.. Holy messenger Jibril all through this time taught Prophet Mohammed the sacred knowledge of what we know as The Holy Quran in several verses. These verses, knowledge shared by Jibril later turned into a set of accepted rules for the adherents of Islam, and are documented as the Quran.

It is accepted that this ancient knowledge was shared amid Ramadan and Prophet Mohammed requested  his devotees to spend this month in fasting, praying and giving charity for honourable reasons, as a sign of admiration to his instructor and end the month in the festivities. Along these lines Eid-Ul-Fitr or the day of breaking the fast of Ramadan started to exist and is commended worldwide by the Muslim community.

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Significance Of This Festival?

Ramadan, the month of fasting lasts for a whole month and Eid is celebrated on the first day of the Shawwal, the tenth month of the Islamic moon calender. As indicated by the historical backdrop of Islam, on the last day of Ramadan, all Muslims try to locate the crescent  moon in the night sky and when the moon is seen in the sky, the festivals for the Eid-Ul-Fitr starts.

Ramadan is said to be a sacred month for the Muslims as it is accepted that the heavenly book Quran was revealed to prophet Muhammad amid this month. It is said in the Holy Quran that during this month the doors of hell are shut and the pathways of paradise are open. It is additionally accepted that Ramadan is Allah’s own particular month. All Muslims, particularly make sure that they don’t eat, drink, smoke or indulge in any kind of sexual activities during this month.

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What Are The Activities Performed?

In the wake of spending a whole month performing pious activities and purifying their soul amid Ramadan, the last sunset until the crescent moon marks the end of Ramadan and the start of Eid. On this day, Muslim families and companions welcome one another by saying “Eid Mubarak”.

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However, if you are inquisitive to know about the significance of the crescent moon, then you will be enchanted to know that the moon implies the start of the month of Shawwal, the tenth month of the lunar Islamic calendar. While the fasting month is an image of penance and purging, the fast breaking service of Eid goes for advancing affection and fraternity, and the start of regular life.

Their day starts with an early hour shower, after which Muslims put on their best garments and eat dates before setting off to the exceptional Eid ceremonies in their nearest mosque.

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Some Fascinating Facts About Eid:

It is a standard to have breakfast before the unique prayers to God before Eid, following the footsteps of Prophet Muhammad as he made sure he ate  something sweet before offering his prayers to God.

  • Staying aware of the Islamic convention, Muslims wake up early in the morning and take a bath.
  • The prayers  to God on the day of Eid are not quite the same as the usual days.
  • Muslims make sure that their prayers on the day of  Eid are done in an open space under the sky and Muslims embrace one another while wishing “Eid Mubarak” to each other.
  • All Muslims give away a large portion of their income as a philanthropy for the poor and homeless.

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Lastly Eid Ul-Fitr, which signifies the breaking of the month long fast, is inadequate without the exceptional gourmet foods required for this extraordinary day. Furthermore, Muslim families serve the best of Eid suppers amid their social gathering and children relish their special gifts which are mostly new clothes, jewellery etc. For that very purpose CashKaro has something exceptional for every individual. Presenting our official Page for Eid where you get all the latest Eid offers and discounts so that you can make your Eid Spectacular and marvellous. Whatever the occasion CashKaro is always dedicated to serve you. Eid-Mubarak to you and your family.

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  2. A1. Jibril
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    • Ans. 1) Angel Jibril #EidWithCashKaro

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  10. A1. Prophet Mohammed #EidWithCashKaro

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  11. Answer 1. An Angel called Jibril showed up in Prophet Mohammed’s vision and announced that he was the messenger of Allah. #EidWithCashKaro

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  12. #EidWithCashkaro
    A2) At the end of Ramadan

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  13. A.2)when the crescent moon is seen in the sky #EidWithCashKaro

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    • A.3)it is accepted that the heavenly book Quran was revealed to prophet Muhammad amid this month. It is said in the Holy Quran that during this month the doors of hell are shut and the pathways of paradise are open :) #EidWithCashKaro

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  14. A2. 610 AD #EidWithCashKaro

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  15. Answer 2. On the last day of Ramadan, all Muslims try to locate the crescent moon in the night sky and when the moon is seen in the sky, the festivals for the Eid-Ul-Fitr starts. #EidWithCashKaro

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  16. #EidWithCashkaro
    A2) at the last day of Ramadan,
    When the moon is seen, the festival starts

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  17. A2) on the last day of ramadan, when crescent moon is seen..

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  18. A2.when the moon is seen in the sky, the festivals for the Eid-Ul-Fitr starts. #EidWithCashKaro

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  19. Ans2) When the crescent moon appears in the night sky. #EidWithCashKaro

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  20. Ans2) At last day of Ramzan and when the crescent moon appears in the night sky. #EidWithCashKaro

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  21. A1.Angel Jibril
    A2. Eid-ul-Fitr is Celebrated on First Day of. End of Ramadan
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  22. A.2) on the last day of ramadan when the crescent moon is seen in the sky #EidWithCashKaro

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  23. @Cashkarocom A.1. Jibril #EidWithCashKaro

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  24. A2) In 610 AD #EidWithCashKaro

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  25. ‏@Cashkarocom A.2. when the moon is seen in the sky, the festivals for the Eid-Ul-Fitr starts. #EidWithCashKaro

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  26. @Cashkarocom A1) Jibril #EidWithCashKaro

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  27. @Cashkarocom #EidWithCashKaro #EidMubarak
    Ramadan is said to be a sacred month for the Muslims as it is accepted that the heavenly book Quran was revealed to prophet Muhammad amid this month.
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  28. A3) As it is accepted that the heavenly book Quran was revealed to prophet Muhammad amid this month.

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  29. #EidWithCashkaro
    A3) Ramadan is said to be a sacred month for the Muslims as it is accepted that the heavenly book Quran was revealed to prophet Muhammad amid this month.)

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  30. Answer 3. Ramadan is said to be a sacred month for the Muslims as it is accepted that the heavenly book Quran was revealed to prophet Muhammad amid this month. It is said in the Holy Quran that during this month the doors of hell are shut and the pathways of paradise are open. It is additionally accepted that Ramadan is Allah’s own particular month. #EidWithCashKaro

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  31. It is said in the Holy Quran that during this month the doors of hell are shut and the pathways of paradise are open. It is additionally accepted that Ramadan is Allah’s own particular month.

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  32. A3. Ramadan is said to be a sacred month for the Muslims as it is accepted that the heavenly book Quran was revealed to prophet Muhammad amid this month #EidWithCashKaro

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  33. Ans2) Because the heavenly book Quran was revealed to prophet Muhammad amid this month of Ramadan #EidWithCashKaro

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  34. #EidWithCashkaro
    A3) Bcoz Quran ( considered heavenly book) was revealed to Prophet Muhammad During the middle of this montg

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  35. A3. Ramadan is considered Sacred Because the Holy Quran was revealed in this Month.

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  36. ancient knowledge was shared amid Ramadan and Prophet Mohammed requested his devotees to spend this month in fasting, praying and giving charity for honourable reasons, as a sign of admiration to his instructor and end the month in the festivities. Along these lines Eid-Ul-Fitr or the day of breaking the fast of Ramadan started to exist and is commended worldwide by the Muslim community. #EidWithCashKaro

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  37. An Angel called Jibril showed up in Prophet Mohammed’s vision and announced that he was the messenger of Allah. #EidWithCashKaro

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  38. Ans 1 :- An Angel called Jibril showed up in Prophet Mohammed’s vision and announced that he was the messenger of Allah. #EidWithCashKaro

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  39. @Cashkarocom A2) Eid is celebrated on the first day of the Shawwal, the tenth month of the Islamic moon calender. As indicated by the historical backdrop of Islam, on the last day of Ramadan. #EidWithCashKaro

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  40. @Cashkarocom A.3. Ramadan is said to be a sacred month for the Muslims as it is accepted that the heavenly book Quran was revealed to prophet Muhammad amid this month #EidWithCashKaro

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  41. Ans 2 :- on the last day of Ramadan, all Muslims try to locate the crescent ” moon in the night sky and when the moon is seen in the sky” , the festivals for the Eid-Ul-Fitr starts. #EidWithCashKaro

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  42. @Cashkarocom A3) Ramadan is said to be a sacred month for the Muslims as it is accepted that the heavenly book Quran was revealed to prophet Muhammad amid this month. It is said in the Holy Quran that during this month the doors of hell are shut and the pathways of paradise are open. #EidWithCashKaro

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  43. Ans 3:- Ramadan is said to be a sacred month for the Muslims as it is accepted that the heavenly book Quran was revealed to prophet Muhammad amid this month #EidWithCashKaro

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  44. @Cashkarocom #EidWithCashKaro #EidMubarak
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    the moon implies the start of the month of Shawwal, the tenth month of the lunar Islamic calendar. While the fasting month is an image of penance and purging, the fast breaking service of Eid goes for advancing affection and fraternity, and the start of regular life.
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  45. A.4) when the moon is seen in the sky, the festivals for the Eid-Ul-Fitr starts.#EidWithCashKaro

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  46. #EidWithCashkaro
    A4) Crescent moon marks thr end of Ramadan

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  47. A4) crescent moon marks the start of. Festival of Eid-ul- Fitr.
    When crescent moon is seen the festival starts

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  48. Answer 4. The crescent moon implies the start of the month of Shawwal, the tenth month of the lunar Islamic calendar. #EidWithCashKaro

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  49. Ans4)Crescent moon implies the start of the month of Shawwal, the tenth month of the lunar Islamic calendar #EidWithCashKaro

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  50. A4. Crescent moon implies the start of the month of Shawwal, the tenth month of the lunar Islamic calendar #EidWithCashKaro

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  51. @Cashkarocom A4) All Muslims try to locate the crescent moon in the night sky and when the moon is seen in the sky, the festivals for the Eid-Ul-Fitr starts. #EidWithCashKaro

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  52. Staying aware of the Islamic convention, Muslims wake up early in the morning and take a bath.
    The prayers to God on the day of Eid are not quite the same as the usual days.
    Muslims make sure that their prayers on the day of Eid are done in an open space under the sky and Muslims embrace one another while wishing “Eid Mubarak” to each other.
    All Muslims give away a large portion of their income as a philanthropy for the poor and homeless.

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  53. A4) crescent moon marks the start of. Festival of Eid-ul- Fitr.
    When crescent moon is seen the festival starts
    #EidWithCashKaro

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  54. Answer 5. Muslims make sure that their prayers on the day of Eid are done in an open space under the sky and Muslims embrace one another while wishing “Eid Mubarak” to each other. #EidWithCashKaro

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  55. A.5) Their day starts with an early hour shower, after which Muslims put on their best garments and eat dates before setting off to the exceptional Eid ceremonies in their nearest mosque. #EidWithCashKaro

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  56. A5) Muslims make sure that their prayers on the day of Eid are done in an open space under the sky and Muslims embrace one another while wishing “Eid Mubarak” to each other.

    #EidWithCashKaro

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  57. Ans5)
    1)Wake up early in the morning and take a bath.
    2)Prayers on the day of Eid are done in an open space under the sky and Muslims embrace one another while wishing “Eid Mubarak” to each other.
    3)They give away a large portion of their income as a philanthropy for the poor and homeless.
    #EidWithCashKaro

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  58. A.5) Muslims make sure that their prayers on the day of Eid are done in an open space under the sky and Muslims embrace one another while wishing “Eid Mubarak” to each other. #EidWithCashKaro

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  59. @Cashkarocom A5) Muslims make sure that their prayers on the day of Eid are done in an open space under the sky and Muslims embrace one another while wishing “Eid Mubarak” to each other. #EidWithCashKaro

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  60. A5. A5) Muslims make sure that their prayers on the day of Eid are done in an open space under the sky and Muslims embrace one another while wishing “Eid Mubarak” to each other. #EidWithCashKaro

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  64. Answer 6
    Muslim families serve the best of Eid suppers amid their social gathering and children relish their special gifts which are mostly new clothes, jewellery etc. :P
    I am rather too fast.

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  65. @Cashkarocom A1) Jibril #EidWithCashKaro 1

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  66. @Cashkarocom A2) Eid is celebrated on the first day of the Shawwal, the tenth month of the Islamic moon calender. As indicated by the historical backdrop of Islam, on the last day of Ramadan. #EidWithCashKaro 1

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  67. @Cashkarocom A3) Ramadan is said to be a sacred month for the Muslims as it is accepted that the heavenly book Quran was revealed to prophet Muhammad amid this month. It is said in the Holy Quran that during this month the doors of hell are shut and the pathways of paradise are open. #EidWithCashKaro 1

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  68. #EidWithCashkaro
    A5) i.Muslim families and companions welcome one another by saying “Eid Mubarak”.
    ii.It is a standard to have breakfast before the unique prayers to God before Eid, following the footsteps of Prophet Muhammad as he made sure he ate  something sweet before offering his prayers to God.
    iii. Muslims make sure that their prayers on the day of  Eid are done in an open space under the sky and Muslims embrace one another while wishing “Eid Mubarak” to each other.

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  69. Ans 4 :- the moon implies the start of the month of Shawwal, the tenth month of the lunar Islamic calendar. While the fasting month is an image of penance and purging, the fast breaking service of Eid goes for advancing affection and fraternity, and the start of regular life. #EidWithCashKaro

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  71. @Cashkarocom A4) All Muslims try to locate the crescent moon in the night sky and when the moon is seen in the sky, the festivals for the Eid-Ul-Fitr starts. #EidWithCashKaro 1

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  72. A5) Muslims make sure that their prayers on the day of Eid are done in an open space under the sky and Muslims embrace one another while wishing “Eid Mubarak” to each other. #EidWithCashKaro

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  73. A1) Angel called Jibril #EidWithCashKaro
    A2) On the last day of ramadan, whrn crescent moon is seen.. #EidWithCashKaro
    A3) it is accepted that the heavenly book Quran was revealed to prophet Muhammad amid this month. #EidWithCashKaro
    A4) Crescent moon marks the start of Eid-ul-Fitr. #EidWithCashKaro
    A5) By puting on their best garments and eat dates before setting off to the exceptional Eid ceremonies in their nearest mosque.#EidWithCashKaro
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  74. Ans 5 :- Muslim families and companions welcome one another by saying “Eid Mubarak”.
    It is a standard to have breakfast before the unique prayers to God before Eid, following the footsteps of Prophet Muhammad as he made sure he ate something sweet before offering his prayers to God.
    Muslims make sure that their prayers on the day of Eid are done in an open space under the sky and Muslims embrace one another while wishing “Eid Mubarak” to each other.
    #EidWithCashkaro

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  75. @Cashkarocom A5) Muslims make sure that their prayers on the day of Eid are done in an open space under the sky and Muslims embrace one another while wishing “Eid Mubarak” to each other. #EidWithCashKaro 1

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  76. @Cashkarocom A1) Jibril #EidWithCashKaro 2

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  77. @Cashkarocom A2) Eid is celebrated on the first day of the Shawwal, the tenth month of the Islamic moon calender. As indicated by the historical backdrop of Islam, on the last day of Ramadan. #EidWithCashKaro 2

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  78. Ans 1 :- An Angel called Jibril showed up in Prophet Mohammed’s vision and announced that he was the messenger of Allah. #EidWithCashKaro

    Ans 2 :- on the last day of Ramadan, all Muslims try to locate the crescent ” moon in the night sky and when the moon is seen in the sky” , the festivals for the Eid-Ul-Fitr starts. #EidWithCashKaro

    Ans 3 :- it is accepted that the heavenly book Quran was revealed to prophet Muhammad amid this month. #EidWithCashKaro
    Ans 4 :- Crescent moon marks the start of Eid-ul-Fitr. #EidWithCashKaro
    Ans 5 :- By puting on their best garments and eat dates before setting off to the exceptional Eid ceremonies in their nearest mosque.#EidWithCashKaro @Cashkarocom

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  79. @Cashkarocom A3) Ramadan is said to be a sacred month for the Muslims as it is accepted that the heavenly book Quran was revealed to prophet Muhammad amid this month. It is said in the Holy Quran that during this month the doors of hell are shut and the pathways of paradise are open. #EidWithCashKaro 2

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  80. @Cashkarocom A4) All Muslims try to locate the crescent moon in the night sky and when the moon is seen in the sky, the festivals for the Eid-Ul-Fitr starts. #EidWithCashKaro 2

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  81. @Cashkarocom A5) Muslims make sure that their prayers on the day of Eid are done in an open space under the sky and Muslims embrace one another while wishing “Eid Mubarak” to each other. #EidWithCashKaro 3

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  82. Given all the answers trice, Hope to win.

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  83. @Cashkarocom A.4. all Muslims try to locate the crescent moon in the night sky and when the moon is seen in the sky, the festivals for the Eid-Ul-Fitr starts. #EidWithCashKaro

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  84. @Cashkarocom A.5. Muslims make sure that their prayers on the day of Eid are done in an open space under the sky and Muslims embrace one another while wishing “Eid Mubarak” to each other. #EidWithCashKaro

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  85. @Cashkarocom Kind of great gift u r giving out team on the holy festive of #Eid #EidMubarak 2 ALL #EidWithCashKaro

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