How to celebrate Eid in the presence of coronavirus lockdown 2020
Well, Eid-Al-Adha (Bakrid) is a special movement, of all the Muslims irrespective of the sects, Eid-Al-Adha (Bakrid) will be celebrated at the end of the Hajj and will be commended on August 01. Muslims overall observe Bakrid by yielding a healthy full-grown goat or other halal animals as an image of the sacrifice made by Prophet Ibrahim.
Eid-ul-Adha 2020, Bakra Eid or Bakrid will be praised on August 01, Saturday in India. The "celebration of sacrifice" praises the ability of prophet Ibrahim, the prophet in Islam, to forfeit his child as a demonstration of submission to God's order. Muslims overall observe Bakrid by relinquishing a healthy goat as an image of the penance made by prophet Ibrahim. The families devour the goat's meat and furthermore appropriate it to poor people. Fans additionally offer the Eid al-Adha prayers at the mosque, wear new garments and welcome one another.
Eid al-Adha falls on the tenth day of Dhu al-Hijjah, the most recent month of the lunar year. It is likewise when Hajj, a journey where the devotees of Islam are required to finish once in their lives, happens.
Eid Al Adha Significance And History
Bakrid is one of the most significant celebrations for Islamic adherents as it denotes the incomparable sacrifice of Prophet Ibrahim or Abraham. As legend has it, the Prophet was tested by almighty to demonstrate his confidence in Him and to do that, the Prophet needed to forfeit something that he held dear to him. The Prophet's immovable confidence in almighty God had incited him to offer his 13-year-old child, Ismail, for sacrifice.
On Eid-Al-Adha (Bakrid) Muslims celebrate the festival with full enthusiasm and energy, the best part is they great each other in different ways, in olden days they use to send eid greeting cards to friends and relatives if they are in different cities to express they have a special place in the heart and an expression of love.
Then the trend changed after the interdiction of a telegram, they use to exchange greetings with the help of telegram, again after some time the trend changed after the introduction of mobile phone and SMS.
And this SMS has changed the trend in such a way that it totally wiped out the telegram system and then comes the Facebook, this social the platform has changed the communities, people use to get celebrate on Facebook and send gif and some sweet videos and the social gathering increased on the platform and they get friends with the friend's circle.
Now comes the part if the friends and relatives are in the same city then the social gathering and eating the sweets and Biryani has got a special flavour.
And the beauty of the eid festival is that before one day of the eid Muslims buy a healthy animal for sacrifice and after sacrifice it will be distributed to all the people in the need so that every individual should feel the happiness of the eid festival and no one should be left alone and this is a compulsory part of the eid.
How to celebrate Eid al adha (bakrid) in the clouds of COVID 19Now comes the most difficult part of COVID 19, that is the special prayer gathering in the mosque and a special ground dedicated for celebration of Eid day prayer, here every Muslim will visit and pray to god and thank the god for his favour and mercy, now we have to celebrate the festival, but we have to follow the rules of the land we are staying and we have to respect the government’s policies which are always protecting us and made for the protection.
For Eid prayer, we have to maintain the social distancing for the sake of our health and our relatives and friends, we have to consider this act as a sacrifice for the sake of our friends.
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But regarding Salah al Eid ul adha (Bakrid) it is too early to decide how it can be celebrated, well Muslims wear a new dress on this day, most of Muslims will buy every wearing new human accessories from head to the toe and all the sense of the body experience the new flavour and we can watch the smiling faces of each rich or poor.
Bottom line is that we have to live with the coronavirus for a lifetime and hence I hope we can celebrate the Eid with the same method which we normally celebrate respecting the law and order of the land we stay and following the rules strictly.