Festival is the symbols of nations. Although conscious nations are celebrated their festivals in a good manner, according to their religious. It reflects the nation’s culture and religion. Muslims has many festivals but Muslims clear that it has two main festivals in a year.
The meaning of Eid is Happiness or celebration. In the day of Eid-ul-Adha we remember the spirit of sacrifices of Hazrat Ibrahim (AS).
Allah Almighty chooses the Hazrat Ibrahim (AS) to restore the Khan Kabah and Hazrat Ibrahim (AS) took his son Ismail (AS) for his help. It took months in the desert heat, but continue to go to God for his ardent love. Once the Kabah was finally finished, asked Allah Ibrahim (the tenth day of Dhul ‘Hijjah – the day we celebrate Eid) Ismail the killing (scarifies) in one place. Allah asked Ibrahim to sacrifice his son Ismail, and Ibrahim himself once thought “why” or he could say “no” – if that’s what God wanted, he trusts him, no matter what! His faith was rewarded when his son’s life was saved by God at the last minute. Since the knife was there, there was a lamb in place of Ismail Ibrahim, and that’s what really sacrificed.
Secondly, Eid-ul-Adha Hajj ends of period (fifth pillar of Islam). Each year, about 3 million people will go to Mecca and perform the pilgrimage together. Everyone has the same; nobody is better than anyone else. See the Kabah is like coming home – the place on earth where you can get closer to God. This is where they face every day in your house, when you say your prayers – and now really there! You accept what you forgot to do anything in the world at the time. Even people who do not fulfill Hajj, thinking this year about what they symbolize and celebrate that.
We celebrate Eid-ul-Adha with family and a friend is similar to that of Eid-ul-Fitr. Many animals (such as goats or sheep) for this oath, which is also, sacrificed a Sunnah act. When this is done, one third of the meat goes to the needy, one-third is to the neighbors and friends and family where third remains.Publisher: mumu islam