Eid ul Adha is the 2nd most important Eid for Muslims which is mark at the end of Hajj. It is also known the greater Eid. It comes on 10 Dhul-Hijja which is the last month of Islamic calendar. Therefore Eid ul Adha and Hajj are very similar to each other because Eid ul Adha comes after Hajj Mubarak.
Above I mentioned a small introduction of Eid and Hajj. Now lets talk about the detail of both Islamic activities which are performed by Muslims every year for a specific time.
Eid ul Adha and Hajj
Hajj Mubarak is the 5th pillar of Islam therefore its an important part if Islamic faith. All the Muslims who can afford the expenses of Hajj do Hajj for the sake of Allah and Pray to Allah for everyone. According to a research every year around 2 Million Muslims do Hajj. The Saudi Arab filled with happiness every year because of Muslims.
Eid ul Adha is a 3 days Islamic festival and in these 3 days, Muslims celebrate this Eid with full of happiness and excitement. It start with Eid Namaz. For this, Muslims get ready for Happy Eid Mubarak Namaz on the 1st day of Eid. Islam teaches us simplicity therefore Islam orders us to start every Religious day with Prayer to receive the Blessings of Allah. After Offering Prayer, Muslims greet each other the happiness of Eid and come to home.
After coming home they also greet Eid Mubarak to their family and prepare their animal for sacrifice. Then they sacrifice their animal and divide animal’s meal in 3 parts. One for their relatives, neighbors and friends. 2nd for poor people and 3rd for themselves. In this way everyone can celebrate the Mubarak day of Eid. After that, Muslims cook special meal, sweet dishes and much more items for celebrations.