Today, the festival of Bakrid is being celebrated across the country. Bakrid festival has importance in Islam. This festival is also known as Eid-ul-Adha or the Festival of Sacrifice. Bakrid is celebrated exactly 70 days after the holy month of Ramadan.
Bakrid is the second major festival of Islam and is celebrated with full enthusiasm by the people of the Muslim community. Bakrid is celebrated in the 12th month of the Islamic calendar. It is celebrated 70 days after the end of the month of Ramadan.
In commemoration of Ibrahim’s sacrifice, Muslims perform special prayers and wear new turbans on this day and sacrifice goats, cows, camels etc. in their homes in the name of God and divide them into three equal shares. It is also known as Ekai Thirunal.
Bakrid is celebrated all over India
Today in India, Bakrid festival is being celebrated all over the country. In all the states of India, Muslims wear new clothes early in the morning and engage in special prayers and greet each other.
Pakreet is celebrated in various places of Tamil Nadu. A large number of students gathered on behalf of Tamil Nadu Tawheed Jamaat on behalf of Tamil Nadu Tawheed Jamaat on behalf of Tamil Nadu Tawheed Jamaat on behalf of the famous Nagor Dargah in Kadayanallur of Tenkasi district in Kaithe Millathidal.
Due to the spread of Corona in India, the festival of Bakrid was held with restrictions for the last 2 years. Currently, the spread of Corona has reduced, and the festival of Bakrid is being celebrated without any restrictions.
Many leaders including Tamil Nadu Governor RN Ravi, Chief Minister Mukh Stalin, AIADMK’s former chiefs O Panneer Selvam, Edappadi Palanichamy, BAMA founder Ramadoss, DMDK leader Vijayakanth, VLT leader Thirumavalavan, Tamil Nadu Congress leader KS Alagiri, BJP leader Annamalai have extended their greetings on the occasion of Bakrid celebration today.
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