Bakid (Happy Eid Dul Azha 2020) is one of the major festivals of Muslims. This year, the festival will be celebrated on August 1 in India. This festival is also known as Eid Dul Azha, Eid Dul-Juha or Bakrarad. It is celebrated about 70 days after the end of Ramadan. Eid de goat sacrifice ritual.
Learn the importance of goat sacrifice
According to Islamic beliefs, the ritual of sacrifice began with Hazrat Ibrahim. It is said that God once told Abraham to give up the most beautiful thing to prove his love and faith, and so Abraham decided to sacrifice his only son.
It is said that when Abraham was about to kill his son. At the same time, Allah sent His Messenger and put the goat in place of the son. Since then, Bakra Eid has been celebrated in remembrance of the Prophet Ibrahim’s faith in God.
Men celebrate this festival by sacrificing goats. It is divided into three parts, the first part is given to relatives, friends and neighbors. The second part is for the poor and needy and the third part is for the family.
What is the difference between Eid and goats?
In the Islamic year, two Eids are celebrated, one being Eid Dul Azha and the other Eid Dul Fitr. Eid Dul Fitr is also called sweet. It is celebrated at the end of Ramadan. However, the importance of Bakrid is different. It is celebrated at the end of Hajj.