The Manipuri Muslims observed this festival in the very spirits of joy and festivities as in other Muslim world. During this month the Muslims practice self denial by taking a fast, abstaining from smoke and drink from pre-dawn till sunset.
After the second day of shawwal, when the new moon is noticeable they break fast which is also popularly known as Id-Ul-Fitre. They offer prayers at the mosques, have delicious dishes, exchange greetings and call on the friends and family. Ramjan is the ninth month of the Hijri year.
During this month is spent on prayers. After the month on the second day of shawwal, when the new moon is able to be seen they break speedy and this fast breaking day is called Id-Ul-Fitre. On this day, they go to the mosques to offer prayers and take delectable dishes, swap greetings and call on the friends and relatives.