Eid al-Adha 2021: Bakrid will be celebrated across the country tomorrow, know what is the importance and history of this festival

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The festival of Bakrid will be celebrated across the country tomorrow. Preparations are in full swing regarding this. The day of Bakrid is also remembered as the day of sacrifice. According to the Islamic calendar, Bakrid, the festival of sacrifice, comes two months after Ramadan. In Islam, goat is usually sacrificed on the day of Bakrid. On this day the goat is sacrificed for the sake of Allah. This religious process is called Farz-e-Qurban. 

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this year it is preparation

This year on July 21, the festival of Bakrid will be celebrated across the country. Preparations are being made to offer special Eid-ul-Adha prayers in Idgahs and major mosques from 6 am to 10.30 am. Last year people had to offer Namaz at home due to Corona infection, but this time people are expected to offer Namaz with Jamaat in Idgahs and Mosques.

Know what is the importance of Bakrid 

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