Summer is in full swing and at Eton, there is no summer break, institutions but also in August again highlights some, Vienna, 15 July 2013, which is summer in full swing, and at Eton there is no Summer Institute but again some August highlights. The international language and further education Institute, with offices in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, New York and Washington, D.C., is engaged in its community and CSR initiatives, to present different areas of culture and languages, and to promote this integration and cultural diversity. The current Muslim fasting month Ramadan goes in the course of the so-called Eid al Fitr”(Festival of breaking the fast) expected to be on the second weekend in August to end. The date for the feast of the breaking of the fast, Eid al-Fitr, every year is different, because it depends on the lunar months, between 29 and 30 days long. Eid is an Arabic word, means the Festival, ceremony, Festival and joy. At the three-day Festival of breaking the fast gather family and friends for good food, many “Gifts and wish Eid Mubarak”, what translates so much like a blessed party means.
“The Muslim month of fasting is either am 08 or 09.August, depending on the Mondkalendar, to end and is celebrated by believers on 08 August 2013! Eton Institute celebrates with and on the last day of Ramadan offers a free evening of culture. Just Vienna, as a multicultural city, offers the opportunity to live out together cultural differences many people and therefore we offer insight into the Arabic language, traditional manners and customs and culinary interested in our cultural evening. We already look forward a comprehensive programme and an interesting evening with helpful cultural tips. Our cultural evenings are a good opportunity to familiarize yourself with the language, the culture, traditions and generally with the people of this culture and to expand his personal horizon,”commented Ines Danzinger, marketing executive at Eton Institute. But how fast the Muslim community in This month at all? Fasting in Islam is a form of God’s service.
In the month of Ramadan, fasting among the so-called five pillars of Islam, so the main duties which performs a Muslim as worship. Ramadan is the ninth month of the Islamic lunar calendar. In contrast to the usual practice of the use of the solar calendar, Muslims use a purely lunar calendar. In this period after sunrise and before sunset not eaten and drunk and release in general all dependencies should, because fasting is realize that it depends in truth only by God. About Eton Institute: the international language and education centre offers language courses in over 100 languages, as well as teacher training, children’s courses, vocational training courses and corporate training. For more information, consult or contact the Institute at or 0800 989889. Note: Ines Danzinger Marketing Executive deep moat 9, mezzanine + 43 43 1 8907997