Here is your short paragraph on Id-ul-Fitr:
It means the feast of the breaking of the fast. This is observed on the first day of the tenth month which follows Ramzan, the month of fasting.
Id-ul-Fitr is celebrated in honour of pleasant ending of Ramzan. Both Shia-Sunni participate and motive behind the celebration is to show companionships and goodness. Muslims offer prayer, i.e. full day namaz, starts in morning, somewhere for 3 days.
Id literally connotes ‘rejoicing’, hence no fasting is allowed on ‘Id-ul-Fitr’. Muslims put on new clothes on this auspicious occasion and give a fixed amount in charity and offer prayers in congregation.
After the prayers, they visit friends and relatives and partake of sweet dishes, particularly vermicelli, sewain, especially prepared for the occasion.
On Id-ul-Fitr, Halua and all types of sweets are made. However, during Mughal period Sewain was initiated and is still relished on this joyful occasion.
On Id-ul-Fitr day, which is an occasion for expression of good-will, even the dead are not excluded from the benefit of Id. There is a ceremony known as Saukan Maura meaning first wife’s crown, where in it is customary in some parts of India for the living wife to offer clothes and other finery to the dead wife.