Let us tell you Bakrid will be celebrated on 1 August this year. As we know that Bakrid is known as Eid-ul-Azha, Eid-ul-Juha, Bakra Eid. As per the Islamic calendar, Bakrid is celebrated every year on the 10th of the 12th month. Let us tell you It is celebrated about 70 days after the end of the month of Ramadan. It is customary to sacrifice on Bakrid. As we know that It is one of the major festivals of the Islamic religion.

Let us tell you Bakra Eid, Bakrid, Eid Al Adha or Eid Ul Adha will be celebrated across the country on August 1 this year. As per the Islamic calendar, Bakrid is celebrated on the 10th of the 12th month. Although, Bakrid will be celebrated on 31 July in Saudi Arabia. Let us tell you Bakrid is celebrated about 70 days after the end of the holy month of Ramadan. Let us tell you sacrifice is offered on Bakrid and after sweet Eid, it is the main festival of Islam religion.

Let us tell you Eid al-Adha, also known as the ‘festival of sacrifice’. In Islam religion, this festival is celebrated to show respect to Ibrahim. In keeping with Allah’s command, Abraham agreed to sacrifice his son Ismail. However, before this happened, Allah had given a lamb for the sacrifice. For this reason, this festival is known as Bakrid.

As we know that Eid al-Adha begins on the 10th day of Dhu al-Hijjah (the twelfth and last month) of the Islamic lunar calendar and ends four days later. This year, on 31 July (Friday), the worldwide celebration of Bakrid will begin, as announced by Saudi Arabia. However, the Shahi Imam of Delhi’s Jama Masjid said that Bakrid will be celebrated in India on 1 August (Saturday) after the moon’s moon.


This Is How Bakrid Is Celebrated


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For Bakrid, Muslims sacrifice the goat that they grow up within their home. Those who do not have a goat in their house, buy it from the market a few days before Eid and bring it home and then sacrifice it on the day of Bakrid. The goat meat is then divided into 3 parts. The first part is distributed among poor fakirs and the second part is sent to relatives and the third part is cooked at home and eaten.

This Is The History Of Bakrid

According to the belief of the Islamic religion, it is said that Allah had asked Hazrat Ibrahim to sacrifice his favorite thing in the dream. Hazrat Ibrahim loved his son very much, so he decided to sacrifice his son.  Hazrat Ibrahim, while obeying the orders of Allah gave his son a goat as soon as he wanted to sacrifice his son. It is said that since then the festival of Bakrid started to be celebrated. Therefore,

They Are Sacrificed

The festival of Bakrid also recognizes Hajj, the fifth principle of Islam. On the day of Bakrid, Muslims sacrifice an animal such as goat, sheep, camel. It cannot be sacrificed for an animal whose part of the body is broken, squint or if the animal is ill, the sacrificial meat is divided into three parts on the day of Bakrid. One is for themselves, the other for relatives and the third is to divide the poor among the people.

Importance of Bakrid, Eid-ul-Azha

Bakrid’s day  In these three parts one part is kept for themselves, one part is distributed to neighbors and relatives and one part is distributed to the poor and needy. In this day Muslim people promise that they sacrifice even things close to their heart in the way of Allah for the betterment of others.Why Do Bakrid Celebrate

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Bakrid has special significance in Islam. As per the Islamic belief, Hazrat Ibrahim sacrificed his son Hazrat Ismail on the orders of God on this day in the path of God. After that seeing his passion, God gave life to his son. Let us tell you This festival is celebrated in memory of the sacrifice of Hazrat Ibrahim and as we know that with the command of Allah.

Bakrid is celebrated as Mahaparva to salute the spirit of sacrifice. Bakrid is celebrated to commemorate the sacrifice made by Ibrahim, the ancestor of the Prophet Mohammad, on the road to Allah. It is believed that Khuda, pleased with Ibrahim’s prayer accepted his prayers and after that Allah tested him. In this test, Allah demanded Ibrahim be exonerated of his most precious and beloved thing.

Why Do You Sacrifice?

Let us tell you when Hazrat Ibrahim gave the sacrifice, he felt that his feelings might come in the middle and for this reason, he sacrificed his blindfold. After that, when he removed his blindfold, his son was standing alive in front of him.

On the occasion of Bakrid, the holy religious place of Muslims in Saudi Arabia, Makkah has a tradition of killing Satan. It is believed that when Hazrat Ibrahim went to sacrifice his son for God, this devil tried to divert him from his path. So it is a tradition to stone Satan on the last day of Hajayatra.

No Remnants Of Sacrifice In Non-muslim Places

It has been said in the guidelines that non-Muslim sites and areas should not have any remains of sacrifice, it should also be ensured. Therefore special vigilance is necessary.


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