In history, Eid is the day of penance and rejuvenation for the muslim community. It is one of the most celebrated occasions for all Muslims, where sacrifices are made to please Allah SWT. It is coupled with the love for mankind, where the sacrificial offerings are distributed evenly amongst relatives and needy.
History of Eid-Ul-Adha
It is important for all Muslims to know the history behind Eid-Ul-Adha in order to celebrate the festival with immense zeal and enthusiasm. Prophet Ibrahim dreamt of sacrificing his son on Allah’s will. His son, Ismail encouraged him to carry it out for Allah, but at the last moment Prophet Ismail was replaced with a sheep. The event reflects upon the ultimate kindness of the Almighty and how he has bestowed his blessings on mankind. In commemoration of this auspicious event, Eid-Ul-Adha is celebrated by Muslims all over the world making sacrifices in the name of the Almighty.
In order to pay homage to the sacrifice of Prophet Ibrahim, the Muslims all over the world make sacrifices of animals such as sheep, goats and cow. Muslims in Pakistans head to dedicated mandis and get their favorite animals to sacrifice in the name of Allah. It is one of the most anticipated events fopr children who not only play and love these animals, but also savor the yummy delicacies post Eid.
Eid is all about colors, festivities and joy. So most people love to shop their favorite wear for Eid. With Online shopping gaining significant momentum, you can now order your favorite Men and Women’s Fashion online on Farjazz.pk. This isn’t it! You can also order barbeque and grilling essentials, appliances, refrigerators and more from the comfort of your home. With online shopping, life has become super comfortable.
Food & Recipes
This Eid is completely meatilicious. People start preparing for this festival by preparing delicacies like barbeque, kalejis, roasts and more. Paired with our sweet dishes like halwa, kheer Eid ul Adha and shahi tukray – the treats are simply divine.
Muslims all over the world make sacrifices and then distribute the meat to the needy. The festival is all about helping those who have been deprived of blessings. The entire Muslim nation together ensures to make those who are financially weak enjoy the blessings of this auspicious month.