1.Know the difference between sweet Eid and Bakrid:
Eid ul-Fitr is celebrated with great pomp throughout the country, but this time everyone will celebrate this festival in their homes in lockdown due to the coronavirus. The festival of Bakrid is celebrated after Eid-ul-Fitr i.e. sweet Eid i.e. about two and a half months after 70 days. It is also known as Eid-ul-Azha. Eid-ul-Fitr and Eid-ul-Azha are the biggest festivals in the Muslim community and both festivals are celebrated with great pomp. Both festivals are called Eid in common language. Today we tell you what is the difference between Eid-ul-Fitr and Eid-ul-Azha i.e. sweet Eid and Bakrid….
2. This is how Eid ul-Fitr is celebrated:
According to the Islamic calendar, the first Eid in the year is also called Eid-ul-Fitr or Eid-ul-Fitr. Eid-ul-Fitr is also called sweet Eid or Eid with servants. This Eid is celebrated as the festival of Roja’s ending. The first Eid ul-Fitr was celebrated by Prophet Muhammad in 624 AD after Jung-e-Badr.
3. Funds have been withdrawn for the poor:
Rojadare thanked Allah on the day of Eid that in summer he gave the power to fast. Every Muslim must remove Zakat on the day of Eid. Zakat is a special amount, in which the poor and the needy are helped. This donation is called Zakat ul-Fitr.
4. Hence it is called sweet Eid:
Namaz is offered to family members after Eid prayers. In which 2 kg is given such a thing, which is used in food every day. It may contain wheat, rice, lentils, flour. It is also called sweet Eid because the first thing that is eaten after the days of Eid ul-Fitr should be sweet. By the way, it is also called sweet Eid due to the transaction of sweets, servants, and sheer khurma.
5. This is how Eid ul-Azha is celebrated:
After two and a half months of sweet Eid, Bakrid i.e. Eid ul-Azha comes. This Eid is also called Eid-e-Qurbani because it is sacrificed under the rules on this day. The sacrifice offered on the day of Bakrid is called Sunnah-e-Ibrahim because the festival started with Hazrat Ibrahim.
6. It is the religious belief:
It is a religious belief that once God came in Ibrahim’s dream and asked for the sacrifice of his most beloved thing. Without consideration, Ibrahim obeyed God and went to sacrifice his son. Before making the sacrifice, Ibrahim blindfolded and sacrificed his son. When Ibrahim opened his eyes, his son became alive, but Dumba (a sheep-like animal) was sacrificed in place of his son. The custom of sacrificing started since then.
7. Even if different, both Eid is the same:
Both the larger Eid (Eid-ul-Azha) and the smaller Eid (Eid-ul-Fitr) are socially similar despite being different. Allah is thanked on both Eid and Namaz is performed. This is followed by zakat (charity), visitation of relatives and relatives, and social causes. But this time due to the coronavirus, this festival will be observed following social distinctions.