Eid is celebrated twice a year. Eid-ul-Fitr is known as Sweet Eid and Eid-ul-Juha is known as Bakrid.
Eid is a very important festival of the religion of Islam. According to the Islamic calendar, Eid is celebrated twice a year. Eid-ul-Fitr is known as Sweet Eid and Eid-ul-Juha is known as Bakrid. On Saturday August 1, Bakrid will be held, that is, Eid al-Juha. Today we will give you all the information about the Eid festival
Eid-ul-Fitr or sweet Eid is celebrated after seeing the moon on the 30th day of Ramadan. It is believed that 624 AD In Eid-ul-Fitr or sweet Eid was celebrated for the first time. According to Islamic beliefs, Prophet Hazrat Muhammad sahab had a spectacular victory in the Battle of Badr. Eid was celebrated for the first time in the joy of this victory.
Bakid is the most important festival of Islam after Eid-ul-Fitr. Bakrid is celebrated around 70 days after the end of the holy month of Ramadan. According to the Islamic calendar, Bakrid or Eid-ul-Juha is celebrated on the 10th of the 12th month.
According to Islamic beliefs, Hazrat Ibrahim sacrificed his son Hazrat Ismail by order of God on this day in the way of God. It is believed that God gave life to his son after seeing his passion.
Hazrat Ibrahim felt that while giving the sacrifice, his feelings might come in his way. So he tied his blindfold and sacrificed it. When he removed his blindfold, he saw his son alive. There was chopped Dumba (sheep-like animal found in Saudi). For this reason, the practice of sacrificing Bakrid started.
Bakrid is celebrated in memory of the sacrifice of Hazrat Ibrahim. After this, animals were sacrificed on this day.
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