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Muslim in all over the world will celebrate their holy day, Eid Day, in four or five day later. There is  a different tradition to celebrate that day. Each country has their own way to celebrate it. One of the traditions that we have in my country is "Mudik".

"Mudik" is a mass exodus  of million people from big cities to their villages to celebrate Eid Day with family and friends. 

Million of people are ready to leave big cities to their hometown. News on TV  reported there are around 25 million people who live in big cities  want to get back to their hometown.... Hmmm.. The plane are full, ships, trains and buses are crowded. Thousands of vehicles go out of big cities in a hurry. In the gate of tolls must be happened big traffic jams.

My friends said that hours and hours on the road would drive them nuts, but that is the art of "Mudik". They will spend three times longer or more for their journey. I never be a part of it because I never go back to my hometown on Eid day

Missing our beloved people and hometown can't be replaced by everything. Begging of forgiveness for any transgression in the past is expressed during the visits. That is why they never miss this precious day and  they have no complains when they get into long traffic jam.

I hope the people who want to go back to their hometown, be careful on their journey. Don't get into  Syndrome micro sleep (Sleeping while driving), or you will get into troubles.

I don't know  how the people celebrate  Eid Day in your country. I would love to know it. it must be interesting ....

Have a nice journey and Eid Mubarak for the EC people who celebrate it...

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Comment by Onee-chan on June 13, 2018 at 16:49

The kolak seller is on the way to hometown, MUDIK. lol ...

Comment by Tatu (CC Soccer Team) on June 13, 2018 at 16:02

Onee thanks for your comment and sharing the link. I think you didn't get into a long traffic jam. Lucky you are ..Yes you are right, my city is so quiet. This afternoon I went out to buy "Kolek", but no "kolek" seller left..poor I am ..^_^

Comment by Onee-chan on June 13, 2018 at 7:47

There is no word for 'mudik' in English.

Well, if it is translated in Google Translate, it would be simply 'going home' lol.

Comment by Onee-chan on June 13, 2018 at 7:26

Hi TatuTorus,

Fortunately, I've already been in my hometown since last few days. :))

Mudik is also done in other holidays, but not like Eid Al-Fitr. So, yes. The atmosphere would be so .....significant 

Well, the city must be so quiet without lots of migrants. LOL. 

Thank you for sharing this and greetings. :)

Comment by Tatu (CC Soccer Team) on June 12, 2018 at 15:23

Ousmane and Rosemary...Thanks for liking my blog...

Comment by Tatu (CC Soccer Team) on June 12, 2018 at 15:22

Eid Mubarak , Camel ...Enjoy your time with your family. God bless you ....

Comment by Tatu (CC Soccer Team) on June 12, 2018 at 15:21

Thanks bet, it seems that we have the same way to celebrate Eid Day..thanks for sharing it here. Eid Mubarak for you. Bet, Do you always buy new clothes to celebrate it?

Comment by Tatu (CC Soccer Team) on June 12, 2018 at 15:14

Thanks so much Olga....It is a big event in our country. So,  we have about 12 days holidays for celebrating this day. Lucky we are ^_^

Comment by Tatu (CC Soccer Team) on June 12, 2018 at 15:11

Thanks for your comment zivi, yeah zivi..I think most of them are excited. They bring many things  for their family in the village, money, new clothes, cookies, and love...

Comment by ✾✿♥♠♥ Camel♠♥♠♥✾❁ on June 12, 2018 at 14:33

Eid mubarak   

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