How Ramadan was celebrated around the world on Twitter

By ‎@kindaibrahim‎

#EidMubarak to everyone who are celebrating around the world. May you have a blessed celebration with family, friends, and loved ones.

Twitter has always been the platform for live conversations, live connections, and live commentary. And throughout the month of #Ramadan, it has been a significant platform for many around the world to share their spiritual journey every day. In fact, Tweets related to #Ramadan were viewed over 10.7 billion times on Twitter during the Holy Month. Click on the heat map below to see how people shared their #Ramadan conversations on Twitter during #Eid.

How Ramadan was celebrated around the world on Twitter

We also released a special emoji to make Twitter more fun for Muslims around the world as they celebrated #Eid. Just use any of the hashtags below to see a mosque appear next to these terms.

In the Middle East, users flocked to Twitter to have real-time updates on #Ramadan activities and find useful information/content, to connect with other people who share the Islamic faith, to share their well-wishes and special moments during the blessed month and join the conversation around their favorite TV shows. Indonesia, the largest Muslim-populated country, celebrated the Holy Month by sharing the local experience with Twitter’s photo and video features.

In India, Twitter became the chosen platform to share information about the best places to enjoy #iftaar dinner and family celebrations.

On #Eid, celebrities, politicians, singers, writers, and actors, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi Tweeted warm greetings to their fans and followers.

Finally, check out this collection of Tweets to see how people from all across the world celebrated #Eid on Twitter.