Today on the occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr, PHOTO JOURNEY is also celebrating it's next milestone of 15Lac+ views on our blog. Today is a special day and we are celebrating it in a big way. We are trying to catch up with some of the initial supporters of PHOTO JOURNEY who made this journey so beautiful and highly rewarding over last 5 years.
This Photo Journey shares some of the very old photographs we shared on this blog. The very first photograph of Jama Masjid is one of my initial shot which was captured during my formal Photography Training and when it comes to 'Eid', this photograph comes to my mind.
Here is a very old photograph showing a Muslim devotee preying at Jama Masjid in Old Delhi (India). This was published on blog when I was using a free software to organize and export my photographs. You can see that quality is very poor and this blog has helped me gradually figure out such issues with different equipments & sowftwares and keep improving over time. This particular software had a bug in export workflow wherein all exported photographs very badly softened, as you can see above.
Eid Mubarak is basically a traditional Muslim greeting reserved for use on the festivals of Eid ul-Adha and Eid ul-Fitr. Eid means 'Feast' and refers to the occasion itself, and Mubarak means 'Blessed'.
Muslims wish each other Eid Mubarak after performing the Eid prayer. The celebration continues until the end of the day for Eid ul-Fitr & continues a further three days for Eid ul-Adha. However, in the social sense people usually celebrate Eid ul-Fitr at the same time as Eid ul-Adha, visiting family and exchanging greetings such as 'Eid Mubarak'. This exchange of greetings is a cultural tradition and not part of any religious obligation.
EID MUBARAK !!!