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Eid-ul-Adha Bakrid Quotes 2021
1. May this festival of sacrifice, faith, and purity abounded your life with joy and good health.
2. Bakrid Mubarak- to a very special person close to my heart! may Allah bless you... and you may have a joyous bakrid celebration.
3. May the blessings of Allah keep your heart and home happy and joyous.
4. May Allah on this occasion flood your life with happiness your heart with love, your soul with spiritual, your mind with wisdom, wishing you a very happy bakrid Mubarak.
5. May Allah bless you with peace and health! wishing you a blessed... Eid-Al-Adha is filled with all the joys you bring into our lives.
6. As long as you have Allah in your heart, you will be prosperous Happy Bakrid.
7. Allah Akbar, Allah Akbar, Allah Akbar...
As you recite your prayers on Eid -ul -Adha, May Allah bless you and all your wishes come true...
8. Today, I pray that happiness stays at your door, may it knock early and stay late and leave the gift of Allah's love peace and joy, and good health behind.
9. On this Bakrid, may Allah accept your good deeds, forgive your disobedience and relieve the sufferings of misery.
10. Eid-ul-Adha is the eid of sacrifice, and commitments of Allah's orders, may Allah bless us.
More About Eid-Ul-Adha (Bakrid)
Id-ul-Adha (Bakrid) is one of the most celebrated festivals of Islam. It is celebrated every year 70 days after the end of id-ul-fitra. It is the festival of sacrifice also known as Qurbani. It is considered that this festival is celebrated in the memory of Hazrat Ibrahim Alay Salam who was the prophet of Allah.
it is considered that on this day Ibrahim Alay Salam was going to sacrifice his son according to the order of Allah. seeing this devotion, Allah became very happy and gave the life of his son, since when this festival is celebrated all around the world.
In 2021, it will be celebrated from 19th July till the end of 20th July in India.
Sheep and goats are sacrificed at the festival.
The meat from the sacrificed animal is divided into three parts. The first part for poor and needy peoples, the second for relatives, friends, and neighbors, and the last third part for themselves.
Even though meat does not reach Allah, He tests the intentions of his devotees.
Such animals cannot be sacrificed in Bakrid which is sick or whose body parts are damaged.
History of Id-al-Adha (bakrid)
Do you know what is the history of this festival, when this festival started, after all, what happened so that this festival is recognized with great pomp?
Thousands of years ago, there was a prophet of Allah, Hazrat Ibrahim Alay Salam He was a great devotee of God.
One day, Allah came in his dream and told him, give the sacrifice of your closest one, when he woke up from sleep. he started thinking that the dream of Allah cannot be a lie. And next day he sacrificed hundreds of camels for making Allah happy. But nothing happened, next day the dream came again, Allah told him to sacrifice his closest one. Again, on the next day, he sacrificed two hundred camels. the dream came again. Now Ibrahim thought that my closest one is nothing but my son "Ismail" and Allah probably wants to sacrifice him.
The next morning, he told his wife to prepare his son for a party at his friend's home. Hazra is the name of his wife. Now Ibrahim Alay Salam started moving from Filastin towards mecca.
As soon as they started going towards the way suddenly, a devil came there and started saying to Hazra that do you know Ibrahim Alay Salam is not going to his friend's home. he is going to sacrifice your son for Allah. After hearing this, she told to the devil that It is a matter of happiness for me and my husband that our son is taking refuge in God.
Then This time he went to Ismail and said that your father is taking you to sacrifice for Allah. Then you know what Ismail said, he said that it is a matter of great luck for me that I will get a chance to take refuge in Allah. The next day the devil went to Ibrahim said how are you the father, you are going to sacrifice your son and you know whether Allah will accept it or not? Hearing this, Ibrahim started hitting him by throwing stones.
since then, the devil is hit by stones in mecca.
Now when Ibrahim was going to sacrifice his son, Ismail told that when sacrificing me, you will put a bandage on your eyes and you will also tie my hands and feet. Because maybe you will feel pity seeing me torment So, Ibrahim did the same.
Seeing all this, Allah was pleased and as Ibrahim was about to sacrifice his son, Allah sent his angel and got a sheep to be kept in place of Ibrahim's son.
When Ibrahim opened his eyes, his son was safe he was very happy and thanked Allah.
Allah said to him this was your test and you passed it.
And since then, this festival started being celebrated in the name of id-ul-Adha (bakrid).
Who can make the sacrifice(Qurbani)
According to the Quran, every man and woman can offer Qurbani who has a minimum of Rs 13000 or its equivalent in form of gold or silver, Even compulsory for hajj travelers. But it is not necessary for those who are in debt. Only those who are capable to make it. If he is capable of offering the sacrifice and if he does not give, then he becomes guilty of sin.
If you are in debt then you have to repay it first then only your sacrifice will be accepted.
When does id-ul-Adha (Bakrid) celebrated?
When Hajj is over then this festival is getting celebrated. According to the Islamic calendar, it falls on the 10th day of dhul-al-hijja and ends after four days.
Id-ul-Adha is celebrated after 70 days ends of holly Ramadan. This year it will be celebrated from 19th July Monday to 23rd July Friday.
In Saudi Arabia, it will be celebrated from 20th July to 23rd July.
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Happy Bakrid Mubarak.