Eid al-Adha in Pakistan
Eid al-Adha in Pakistan is also known as the “Festival of Sacrifice”. It is one of the most important festivals in the Muslim calendar. This Islamic festival remembers the Prophet Hazrat Ibrahim’s (A.S) willingness to sacrifice his son when ALLAH ordered him to.
When is Eid ul-Adha celebrated?
Eid ul-Adha is a public holiday all over Muslim countries. All Schools, Colleges, Universities and some Government Offices will Close during this Islamic festival.
What is the story of Eid ul-Adha?
Eid ul-Adha celebrates the time when Hazrat Ibrahim (A.S) had a dream that he believed was a message from Allah asking him to sacrifice his son Hazrat Ismail (A.S). Then Hazrat Ibrahim (A.S) was the Beloved Prophets of ALLAH.
As Ibrahim was about to kill his son, ALLAH gave him a lamb to sacrifice instead.
How is Eid al-Adha celebrated?
Muslims are very excited about the Eid ul-Adha. They start their day with Prayers in the mosque and open spaces that offer two Ruka of Salah.
It is usually a Tradition to wear New Clothes and Cooked Sweats Dishes. Exchange of Dishes is also happing in every home. Eid is not for Rich People, it is usually for Poor People.
After The Eid Namaz People Greete each other and say “Eid Mubarak”. They Respond to each other “Khair Mubarak”. Parents give hir children Eidi according to their Currency.
Muslims sacrifice a sheep or goat. The meat is shared equally between family, friends and the poor.
On the last day, of Eid ul-Adha Muslims celebrate the Hajj. The Hajj is the pilgrimage to Makkah in Saudi Arabia. It is the Fifth Pillar of Islam.
Eid ul-Adha Quotes 2022
1. May Allah blesses you with peace and prosperity!! Wish you an Eid al-Fitr.
2. May Allah gives you the strength to overcome every difficulty of life and also give patience.
3. May the almighty shower his blessing on you on this Holy day of Eid al-Fitr. May You be Happy All Time
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