logging in or signing up Hari Raya Puasa Legion16 Download Post to : URL : Related Presentations : Share Add to Flag Embed Email Send to Blogs and Networks Add to Channel Uploaded from authorPOINT lite Insert YouTube videos in PowerPont slides with aS Desktop Copy embed code: Embed: Flash iPad Dynamic Copy Does not support media & animations Automatically changes to Flash or non-Flash embed WordPress Embed Customize Embed URL: Copy Thumbnail: Copy The presentation is successfully added In Your Favorites. Views: 1555 Category: Entertainment License: All Rights Reserved Like it (0) Dislike it (0) Added: September 02, 2010 This Presentation is Public Favorites: 0 Presentation Description No description available. Comments Posting comment... By: sherlysabrina (20 month(s) ago) can i download this slide Saving..... Post Reply Close By: Legion16 (8 month(s) ago) Yes you can. The download button is to your right, having a powerpoint icon next to "PPT". Oh, and sorry for the 11 month late reply. Thank you everyone for all the views. I made this a long time ago when I was in the first years of middle school. I never thought people would find it and use it, although I am very pleased to know. Thanks again for the views :) and have a Selamat Hari Raya! Saving..... Edit Comment Close Premium member Presentation Transcript What is it about? : What is it about? Hari Raya is about forgiveness. That is why people fast during Hari Raya. In addition, they visit their parents and ask for forgiveness. What do they do? : What do they do? Most of you already know that during Hari Raya people will fast and ask their parents for forgiveness. After that they will receive a green packet containing money in it. Which is similar to Chinese new year. They will also pray to their god after the fasting times. Slide 4: Fasting Why do people fast? People fast during Ramadan because fasting is intended to teach them about patience, humility and spirituality. They also fast for the sake of their God (Allah) Slide 5: What do they do? They would avoid having food and water from dawn until sunset. Fasting Slide 6: Fasting Ramadan is also a time of reflecting and also forgiveness. The date for Ramadan is different every year because of the Islamic calender. What is Zakat? : What is Zakat? Zakat is the act of giving a reasonable amount of one’s wealth to charity or the less fortunate Zakat is one of the Five Pillars of Islam and is obligatory to any Muslim who has reached puberty In Hari Raya, zakat is expected to be performed before the special Eid prayer on the first day of the celebration Zakat ul fitr : Zakat ul fitr Zakat-UL-FITR is similar to Zakat and is given before or on the day of Eid ul Fitr It consists of approximately 5.5 pounds of rice, wheat, dates, or similar food items. It is not recommended to give the Zakat ul-Fitr in the form of money, clothes, or any other non-food items. It should be given on behalf of every Muslim, whether male or female, adult or minor. Who receives Zakat? : Who receives Zakat? There are eight categories of people eligible for Zakat: 1. The needy - Fuqara' 2. Extremely poor - Al-Masakin 3. Those employed to collect - Aamileen 4. Those whose hearts are to be won or those who have newly converted to Islam - Muallafatul Quloob 5. To free the captives - Ar-Riqaab 6. Those in debt - Al Ghaarimeen 7. In the path of Allah - Fi sabil Allah 8. Wayfarer or traveler who ran out of money - Ibnus-Sabeel Cleaning : Cleaning About a week before the festival, all families celebrating would spend their time cleaning up their house. This is also usually the time where families start de-cluttering their homes. They start to make space for new purchases. Some donate old items that have not been used for a long time but are still usable. Old electrical items are also recycled at times. A night before, houses are swept clean. Decorations : Decorations As for the decorations, families take the time to buy brand new furniture for the house and other things such as new curtains, carpets and table cloths. Families will then start decorating the inside of their house, especially the living room for open houses, and sometimes, on the outside, with little lamps. This also meant unpacking new plates and cutlery for the big day. Food : Food For Hari Raya people usually eat Nasi lemak (Rice with Sambal), Ketupat (Rice wrapped in coconut leaves, steamed) and also Beef/Chicken Rendang (curry beef/chicken). For dessert they have some homemade cookies to eat. What else do they do? : What else do they do? Visiting friends Receive green packets that contain “duit raya” And, most importantly family Friends : Friends During Hari Raya, open houses are normally held. Friends from far and near come to celebrate. Most of the time, people watch television that satisfies both guest and host alike. Then a feast is served to everybody. Living in Malaysia, any race or religion is welcomed provided they are invited by the host. Green Packets : Green Packets Green packets are normally given out to everybody. The green packets contain money (duit raya). It doesn’t matter how much there is in the green packet, but it is the thought that counts. People over the age of 20 stop receiving the green packets and start being givers. Family : Family Like everybody else they pay a great deal of respect to everyone in their family. But during Hari Raya, forgiveness and mercy is asked and normally earned by the young Muslims to their parents. This also why they fast for an entire month. Games : Games The games they play during Hari Raya festival are usually fire-crackers and oil lamps. Clothes : Clothes During Hari Raya people would wear either the baju kurung (for women) and the baju melayu (for men). Men also wear the songkok (a hat) . You do not have the permission to view this presentation. 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