Eid-ul-Azha, Second great celebration of Muslims

Eid-ul-Azha, Second great celebration of Muslims

Muslim are celebrated two Eids every year according to their Islamic calendars. First Eid is called Enid-ul-Fiter which they celebrated after “Ramazan” regarding for thanks to Allah Almighty who blessed them Holly month “Ramazan” and provide them strength for fastening s .Eid-ul-Fiter which also named as “Choti Eid” choti is equal to younger in meaning , is celebrated at first of Shawal ; tenth month of Islamic calendar . second Eid they are celebrated in last month of Islamic calendar in date tenth of Zul-Hejja. This Eid is called “Eid-ul-Azha” often called as Bari Eid, Bari is equal to the meaning of elder Eid or the Eid with feast of the Sacrificed. Eid-ul-Azha is celebrated in the remembrance of Holly Prophet Hazrat Ibrahim’s (A.S) readiness to sacrifice for his son Ismail at God will and for Allah sake, which was the act to send Hazret Ismail (A.S) for Allah command and the acceptance of Hazret Ismail (A.S) for being sacrificed, before of sacrifice Allah send Prophet Ibrahim (A.S) with a Sheep to sacrifice instead of Prophet Ismail (A.S)


While “hajj” is another event which takes place consecutively with Eid-ul-Azha is following other order of Allah other occasion when He ordered Prophet Ibrahim (A.S) to leave his wife Hajira and son Ismail for Allah’s way , so again prophet (A.S) scarified his loved wife and his beloved son for Allah sakes. These all events are summarizing in tradition of an important aspect of Islam in Hajj. Muslim celebrated Eid with sacrificing with sheep, cow or camel for Allah sake in the remembrance of Prophet Ibrahim’s(A.S) sacrifice on 10th of Zul-Hajja, while other who can go for Hajj do Hajj as well for the remembrance of the second sacrifice of Hazret Ibrahim(A.S)

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