Eid-ul-Zuha is a major Islamic festival, also known as Bakrid. This is the second major festival of Muslims that they celebrate with pomp. On the occasion of Eid-ul-Zuha, people belonging to the Muslim section offer goats or other animals to "show their faith and loyalty to Allah". Similarly, they celebrate this festival. The festival of Eid-ul-Zuha (Bakried) will be celebrated in India on "12th August 2019". Find out some facts about it.
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Sacrifice on goats
On the occasion of the Festival of Eid, you know that on this day people offer animal sacrifices after Eid prayers and divide the meat into three parts. One is kept by them, the other is given to relatives and friends, and the third is given to the poor. This is how the festival is completed and celebrated. But also know why this is done.
In fact, according to the religious book Hadith of Islam, the Quran is considered to be extremely important on the occasion of Eid-ul-Juha. It is considered a way of expressing love and affection in the heart of Allah. Keeping true spirit and reverence in the mind at the time of the affection ensures that Allah has everything to do, which is Allah itself. The main message of this festival is that man should be prepared to sacrifice anything on the way to the truth.
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