Photography: Hari Raya Aidilfitri Montage

Photo: Yaniz Merican Eid Mubarak or 'Hari Raya' as known in Malaysia, is one of the biggest celebrated festival in the country....




Eid Mubarak or 'Hari Raya' as known in Malaysia, is one of the biggest celebrated festival in the country. It marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadhan and is celebrated in the month of Shawwal.

This week, Muslims all over Malaysia celebrated the festival and will continue to do so for a month. In honour of the festival, we've compiled numerous photos which we feel best defines the spirit of Raya.

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Fireworks, or more commonly known as the 'bunga api' is played by children in celebration of Hari Raya; although in present day, it is now illegal.





Photo by: Mohd. Firdaus Ibrahim
Bunga api, as seen from below.


Photo by: Khairul Onggon
To celebrate the coming of Hari Raya, homes will normally be decorated with cascading lights; as seen of this house in the country.


Photo by:
Muhammad Taqiyuddin

The Malay 'pelita', a traditional lantern normally seen decorated on fences in kampung (village) areas.


Photo by:sam4605
Four boys in the traditional Malay clothing (Baju Melayu), are seen waiting outside of the mosque after Raya prayers.


Photo by:Kwee May
Kuih (buscuits) are served to guests who goes to visit relatives at their homes. Other delicacies such as 'ketupat' and 'nasi himpit' are also served.


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