: Ramzan, Id-Ul-Fitr
Muslim Festivals of Ramzan , Id-ul-fitr, Id-ul Zuha and Muharram are celebrated according to the lunar calendar.
Id-ul-fitr is most often celebrated in the wintry weather. It marks the end of Ramzan, the month of fasting for Muslims. This day is also called Meethi Id (sweet id), because of a special sweet called "Sevaiyyan", a kind of vermicelli, which is cooked on this day.
Muharram is observed with processions of emotionally charged devotees wailing and beating their breasts. Others recount the story of Husain and carry detailed paper, pith and tinsel replicas of the tomb at 'Karbala' called "Tazias".