Eidya (pronounced [ˈiːdi], Arabic: عيدية, romanized: Eidiyah, Eidiyya is a Middle Eastern Arab tradition of gifting cash to children and families members by older relatives or family friends as part of the celebration of the two Muslim holidays: Eid al-Fitr and Eid al-Adha. Money is most commonly given, but other gifts are also given.
Children line up from youngest to oldest in front of the oldest family member and receive their gift. The gift value increases with the age of the child, with the last child in the line receiving the highest value gift.
It is typically given to: