People enjoy the firework at Al Majaz Waterfront on Tuesday.
Al Majaz Waterfront, one of Sharjah’s family leisure and tourist destinations celebrated the Eid Al Fitr, with a spectacular 5-minute long fireworks on the first day of this occasion.
The fireworks show lit up the night sky in Sharjah, which was a treat for all shutterbugs.
Staying true to its tradition, visitors of all ages, children and grownups were truly mesmerised by the stunning show and the vibrant energy of the venue, on the joyous occasion of Eid.
After observing the Holy Month of Ramadan, the faithful in the UAE are geared up for the Eid Al Fitr celebrations.
“Barka da sallah,” is most likely the phrase that woke you up today if you are in a Northern Nigerian household. It is the slogan of Eid. However, it does not always mean the same thing to everyone. What it means to a 40-year-old man who has a family is different from how a 5-year-old translates it.
His Highness Dr Sheikh Sultan Bin Muhammad Al Qasimi, Supreme Council Member and Ruler of Sharjah, continued to receive Eid Al Fitr well-wishers on Wednesday.
Ticket holders who have already secured their seats for their favourite performer will also be entered into the draw, for the once-in-a-life opportunity to meet with a star from the world of classical music or ballet.
A plane crashed in eastern Afghanistan's Ghazni province on Monday, officials said, but it was not immediately clear how many people were on board, or if it was a passenger or military jet.
Hosted in partnership with United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (Unesco) and its partners in the UAE, the day will reaffirm education as a fundamental human right and celebrate the multiple ways in which education can preserve the planet, build shared prosperity and foster peace.