The	second	Eid	of	the	year,	Eid	al-Adha,	is	all	about	the	spirit	of	giving.	Here	is	a	brief	primer	on	holiday
The	yearly	pilgrimage	 to	Mecca,	Saudi	Arabia,	known	as	Hajj,	 is	 followed	by	Eid	al-Adha,	also	called	 the
Festival	of	Sacrifice.	The	date	varies	annually	by	roughly	11	days	on	the	Gregorian	calendar	since	it	falls	on
the	tenth	day	of	Dhu	al-Hijjahor	Arafat	Day	according	to	the	Islamic	lunar	calendar.	The	anticipated	dates
for	this	year's	Eid	ul-Adha	are	August	20	and	21.
Despite	the	wide	variety	of	Eid	gifts	suggestions	available,	picking	the	ideal	present	for	friends	and	family
can	 be	 difficult.	 Furthermore,	 searching	 for	 a	 practical	 yet	 fascinating	 gift	 can	 take	 hours.	 Overall,	 a
thoughtful	gift	is	required	to	demonstrate	the	care	and	emotional	connection	between	people.	Eid	presents
encourage	happiness	and	camaraderie	amid	regular	routine.
Everyone	 is	 familiar	with	a	passionate	 tea	or	 coffee	user	who	 is	never	 seen	with	enough	mugs.	Keep	 it
personalised	with	 some	excellent	 inscriptions	 to	 be	 remembered.	 Blend	 beautiful	 calligraphy	with	 some
Arabic	 scriptural	 renditions	meant	 for	 the	 occasion.	 Adorn	 them	with	 words	 such	 as	 Al-Ikbal,	 Al-Ishraq,
meaning	‘Prosperity,	Radiance’.
Dates	on	a	platter
Due	 to	 their	 natural	 mix	 of	 macronutrients,	 dates—a	 staple	 food	 in	 the	 Middle	 East—are	 incredibly
nutrient-dense.	 They	 also	 represent	 hospitality	 in	 the	majority	 of	 Islamic	 countries.	 Therefore,	 elegantly
embellished	date	packages	on	a	gift	platter	make	a	wonderful	Eid	present.	Besides,	everyone,	young	and
old,	enjoys	dates,	making	them	the	ideal	present	for	any	family	member.
Gift	baskets	for	Eid	have	grown	to	be	a	popular	present	to	give	to	loved	ones	on	the	occasion.	Anyone	may
easily	personalise	gift	baskets.	The	best	hampers	include	those	filled	with	chocolate,	fruit	baskets,	snacks,
spa	needs,	and	gourmet	foods.
A	 scented	 candle	 has	 a	 purpose	 beyond	 being	 merely	 decorative.	 Aromatic