Showing posts with label EId Fitr. Show all posts
Showing posts with label EId Fitr. Show all posts

Minal Aidin Wal Faidzin


‎ السَّلاَمُ عَلَيْكُمْ وَرَحْمَةُاللهِ وَبَرَكَاتُهُ

Dearest all our friends and families..



Kami sekeluarga mengucapkan 

Selamat Idul Fitri 1 Syawal 1445 H

Mohon ma'af lahir batin

Taqobbalallahu minna wa minkum 

Shiyammana wa shiyammakum

Barakallahu Fiikum

Idul Fitri 1445H
Cheers from the Frakarsas and the extended family

Semoga Allah SWT  melimpahkan rahmat, ampunan dan hidayah-Nya kepada kita serta menerima segala amal ibadah dan budi baik yang kita lakukan. Tentu saja doa kita semua agar kita bisa dipertemukan  kembali dengan Ramadhan berikutnya. 

Aamiin Ya Mujibassailiin 🙏

Bagaimana cerita lebaran teman - teman semua? Nanti aku share di post berikutnya yaaaa

‎وَلسَّلاَمُ  عَلَيْكُمُ وَرَحْمَةُاللَّهِ وَبَرَكَاتُهُ

💜 Indah, Rudi, Bo et Obi  Frakarsa 💜

Eid Mubarak from Aotearoa

Eid Mubarak, everyone!

Happy to send the greetings from Aotearoa for the victorious day of Eid Al Fitr from my family to you all.

This year, we celebrated the Eid for the second time in the land of the long clouds. Ramadhan has been beautifully and solemnly observed and I have to admit that this year, the fasting month went so well. Busy days at the office and schools in the case of my kids didn't dampen our spirits to really enjoy the holy month. It's been colorful and for sure rewarding.

Our colorful days during Ramadhan 1444H

My husband and I even managed to join many ifthar gatherings and taraweh prayer with UMI or Umat Muslim Indonesia in Wellington. Every weekend, we had the ifthar gatherings and every Saturday, in different places that had been arranged with the committee, consisting of ummah living in particular neighborhood in Wellington.

This year has been a blessing and again, I would like to once again extend the warmest Eid greetings to all my moslem sisters and brothers, wherever you are. I trust you all are enjoying this precious time with your loved ones. Mohon maaf lahir dan batin.

By the way, nearing the D-day, about 8 days before lebaran, my hubby got COVID-19. I did the test and mine got back with 2 lines as well although I have no symptoms. Udi had been coughing and having cold, then on the 3rd day he lost the taste. That was when we took the test and it was positive. 

So, we isolated at home and probably it's like the blessing in disguise. Good thing we were not heavily impacted by the symptoms this time. So, we both had time to cook extra.

some of the cookies we made

We really ended up with kastengels, nastar, lidah kucing, and kacang goreng. Plus rendang, opor ayam, sambal goreng udang, acar dan ketupat instan. Sounds like a feast, right! A lot to cook and a lot to share as well. 

Then on the D-day, we all gathered in Karori Normal School Hall which has been rented by UMI for the venue of this year's Eid Al Fitr prayer. Beautiful shermont was given and aroun 300 of us gathered in here and enjoyed Eid. After that, we visited some houses of our seniors and elderies in Wellington. It's great to come and meet them and also keep our silahturahmi. When the time is slightly noon, as we have 5 hours different with Wellington ahead, I have a video call with my family in Indonesia. That completed our day of Eid celebration this year! 

The next day, we had some guests coming and we hiked afterwards! How's your lebaran day? Share with me in the comments ya.

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Eid Mubarak, dear friends

Welcome back!

It has been busy weeks lately after the celebration of Eid al Fitr as well as the Credentials processions of my Ambassador to one of our accredited countries, Cook Islands. 

The celebration of Eid al- Fitri has been fun!
We didn't really have a big celebration like the previous year but it is still very solemn and wonderful. It is great to meet our Indonesian sisters and brothers in this auspicious occasion where we share joy and happiness over the arrival of the victorious day. During the weekend, I had open house session where we met many more people and shared more homey food and drinks with friends and families in Wellington.

Wearing my purple kebaya and Balinese hand woven tenun for the Credential ceremony

After the week of Eid Al Fitr celebration, we went straight to Cook Islands for the procession of Credential of my Ambassador. I spent around 6 days on the road and in Rarotonga for that visit. It was packed with meetings with the Queen's Representative, Prime Minister and the dignitaries. We did have  productive meetings back - to back with members of the cabinet, business community, members of Parliament as well as the Indonesian community in Cook Islands. I was so excited to meet the Indonesian citizens there, where some of them have been in the island for more than 15 years. At this moment, we have around 124 Indonesians and more likely we will have more coming in recent months. Many of them have been working at the hospitality, construction and business area.

I also managed to enjoy the beach and some snorkeling session there. We didn't really have much time but for sure we tried to enjoy our stay in Rarotonga. I will share more stories and photos later on here on my blog for sure.

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Selamat Hari Raya Idul Fitri 1443H

Alhamdulillah, the victory day is here!


Selamat Hari Raya Idul Fitri 1443H 

May your day filled with Allah's endless blessings and  forgiveness.

The Frakarsas is sending warm greetings to those celebrating the Eid Al Fitr, the victorious day, after one month of Ramadhan. We sincerely hope we will be able to meet the next Ramadhan. As for this auspicious day, we trust our sisters and brothers are celebrating it with joy and happiness with their loved ones.

My daughter and I 

It is the first time for my family and I to celebrate this Eid Al Fitr in Wellington, New Zealand. As much as we miss our dearest family in Indonesia, we are happy to celebrate it with our new family in Wellington. Meeting many lovely  friends from different corners of the city (as well as the country), we definitely expand our sisterhood and brotherhood eventhough we are far away from home. 

This Lebaran day festivity is organized by UMI or Umat Muslim Indonesia, the Indonesian Moslem community organization, in Wellington. I will definitely share more stories of our gathering as well as our 'open house' session on the next story.

Kami sekeluarga mengucapkan mohon maaf lahir dan batin.

Semoga kita semua bisa kembali pada fitrah kita dan terus menjaga semangat Ramadhan dalam keseharian dan hidup kita. Hanya pada-Nya kita berserah dan memohon yang terbaik.

Idul Fitri kali ini menjadi  momen pertama  Lebaran yang kami rayakan di Wellington, Selandia Baru, bersama keluarga besar WNI di sini. Ada banyak haru, keceriaan dan kebahagiaan yang ada. Nanti aku share ya dalam cerita berikutnya, termasuk kehebohan open house lebaran yang aku lakukan di Wellington.

Cheers from Wellington

WW: Eid Al-Fitr Family Photos

Cheers from the Frakarsas and our big family!

One of the traditions during Eid Al-Fitr celebration is the family portraits. Well, under ideal and normal circumstances most of us will us this auspicious occasion to gather with the complete big family. That is why the family portrait is pack and parcel with this happy day. It wasn't really a fancy session as we only use our phones to take these pictures. These days we all want to be practical, right!
the feast!

So we took our phones and set it on the tripod. connecting the clicker, we have series of photos taken in seconds. 

We're missing Mrs. C and Kiki hereeee

As you can see, family pictures is fun! Here are some more photos we took during the victorious day, including our feline friends.

Hope you all have great, safe, and happy days ahead!

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