Millions of Muslims are marking the end of the holy month of Ramadan and celebrating Eid al-Fitr.
Around the world, the three-day celebration began with prayers.
For the last month Muslims have been observing a dawn-to-dusk fast.
The start of the festival depends on the sighting of the new moon and can vary regionally and according to sect.
Many Bosnian Muslims mark the occasion by visiting the graves of their relatives.
Following a month of fasting and prayer, Eid al-Fitr is also a time when children celebrate with games and play.
Children are often given new clothes for the festival, and some paint their hands with henna.
Others win sweets and toys in Eid al-Fitr games.
People buy food to mark the festival with family gatherings and meals.
Markets in Delhi were filled with shoppers despite the recent bomb attacks there.
The festival is traditionally a time for Muslims to put problems behind them and look to the future.