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Eid Mubarak 2023 | The biggest festival of the Muslims

 Eid Festival

Eid is a day of joy and happiness for the Muslim Ummah. Eid comes after a month of fasting in the month of Ramadan, which is called Eid-ul-Fitr, and on the 10th day of Zilhaj, animals are sacrificed to please God, which is called Eid-ul-Azha. These two Eids are the main festivals of Muslims. Through the dream of the father of the Muslim Ummah, Hazrat Ibrahim (peace be upon him), Allah instructed Ibrahim to encourage his beloved object, the most beloved object of Abraham was his son Ismail. So Ibrahim tried to slaughter Ismail with a sharp knife at his throat with the consent of his son to obey Allah's command, but Allah accepted Ismail as a dumba sacrifice instead. Every year able-bodied Muslims perform Qurbani to gain Allah's pleasure through the repetition of this event.

Ramadan is a very holy month. The first ten days of this month are mercy, the second ten days are blessings and the third ten days are salvation. Any act of this month is better than any other month. Allah Ta'ala descends to heaven for the first time in this month and bestows mercy, blessings and forgiveness on the servants. In this holy month, the holy book Al-Qur'an was revealed. Moreover, there is a very holy, glorious night in the last 10 odd nights of this month, which is better than the night of a thousand months of waiting. Eid-ul-Fitr is celebrated on the happy day after this fast of Ramadan.

Allah says that the blood or flesh of the animal you sacrifice does not reach the court of Allah, but your piety does. So the main purpose of sacrifice is taqwa or attaining Allah's pleasure. Moreover, after the sacrifice, the meat is usually divided into three parts. The first part is for the poor, the helpless, who cannot buy meat or non-vegetarian food due to lack of money. For the second part of relatives, it strengthens the bond of harmony between neighbors and relatives. A third of the meat is for oneself and for one's family members. Moreover, the sacrifice has economic importance as thousands of crores of animals are bought and sold, the farmers benefit from this. A lot of leather is available, from which we can meet our own needs by producing other leather products including shoes and it is possible to earn foreign exchange by exporting.

During the entire month of Ramadan, consuming food or drink during the day is prohibited, the fasting person starts the fast with Sehri and ends the fast with Iftar. Scientifically it is very beneficial for health. Those who have excess fat in their body will lose their excess fat through fasting. Moreover, fasting teaches people to learn humility, patience, forgiveness and refrain from committing sins, as a result of which, during the month of fasting, murder, rape, theft, robbery, robbery, bribery, corruption etc. are reduced a lot.

On the day of Eid all Muslim families have traditional food like Polao, Biryani, Laccha-Semai, Pies, Beef, Khasir meat, Camel meat with different recipes. Moreover, different types of sweets are made. Everyone from children to old wears new clothes. On this day there is a smile on everyone's face whether rich or poor. The younger members of the family greet the elders and collect salami money. On this day, everyone wears new clothes and comes to the Eidgah Maidan to offer Eid prayers. After the prayer, everyone congratulates everyone on Eid Mubarak and hugs.


  • What does Eid mean?
  • How many Eid festivals are there?
  • What is the name of the Eid that comes after Ramadan?
  • What is the background of Eid-ul-Azha?
  • Why did Ismail allow his father to stab his throat with a knife?
  • What instructions did Allah send to Abraham in a dream?
  • What was Abraham's favorite thing?
  • How many parts is the month of Ramadan divided into and what are they?
  • In which decade is the most significant night of Ramadan and what are its virtues?
  • What does Allah say about Qurbani?
  • How is a fast observed?
  • What are the scientific benefits of fasting?
  • How the poor benefit from the sacrifice of Eid-ul-Azha?
  • What is the economic importance of Qurbani?
  • What is the difference between the dreams of ordinary people and the dreams of the Prophet?
  • What is the reason for the improvement of law and order in the month of Ramadan?
  • What kind of food is cooked on the day of Eid?

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