We all agree that the best part of Eid is eidi. And food. But mostly eidi. The amount of eidi you receive every year depends on various factors jaisay keh as your age, marital status and placement in the family. Here’s how your eidi defines you.

> Rs 10,000

If you receive more than 10,000 rupees on Eid, it means that you’re the youngest, and cutest in your family. Everyone likes to pull your cheeks and tease you. And while you hate that, you only tolerate it for all the monies that come in after all the drama is over.

Rs 6,000 – 10,000

You’re an unmarried person between the age of 21 and 26. Practically everyone in the family wants you to get married aur iss baat per taanay bhi bohat parhtay hain but you bear it all because those taanas are followed by some eidi. Ab paison kay liye thora bohat bardasht toh karna parta hai.


Rs 4,000 – 6,000

You’ve recently gotten married or have a new job so you get a meagerly 500 cause tumhain Eidi ki kya zarurat.

Rs 1,000 – 4,000

If you get this much eidi, you are above the age of 30 and possibly jobless or unmarried or you have children. If its the former, then your eidi is definitely sympathy eidi. And if its the latter, you will have to return the eidi to other people’s children which will only leave you in loss. Its a lose-lose situation.

< Rs 1,000

You stayed home and slept the entire day and then stole eidi from someone, such as your younger siblings.