Id-ul-Zuha or Id-al-Adha which is also known as feast of sacrifice or the festival of sacrifice is one of the major festivals which is celebrated by the Muslims all over the world. Id-ul-Zuha is considered to be holier than the second Eid i.e. Id-ul-Fitr.
Id-ul-Zuha is celebrated to commemorate the wish of Prophet Ibrahim to sacrifice his son on the instructions of Allah, but before Ibrahim could sacrifice his son, god intervened in the last moment and saved his son.
In Arabic, ‘Eid’ is understood as a holiday and ‘Adha’ is referred to sacrifice. Hence Id-ul-Adha means a holiday to sacrifice or in a nutshell, a festival of sacrifice.
Ten Lines on Id ul Zuha Festival in English
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10 Lines on Id-ul-Zuha – Set 1
1) Id-ul-Zuha is a major Islamic festival celebrated by the Muslims across the world.
2) It is celebrated to remember the sacrificial will of Prophet Ibrahim.
3) Id-ul-Zuha is also called as the ‘Greater Eid’ and is most significant of two Eid festivals.
4) Id-ul-Zuha celebrations also mark the end of Hajj pilgrimage in Holy Mecca.
5) The celebrations continue for 2 to 3 days which has get togethers, feasting, charity etc.
6) In Arabic, it is called as ‘Eid-al-Adha’ means a ‘Holiday or Festival of Sacrifice’.
7) On the occasion of Id-ul-Zuha, people offer sacrifice and distribute it among the poor.
8) People gather inside a mosque and offer prayers to the almighty.
9) Participation of women in the Id-al-Zuha celebration differs from section to section.
10) People embrace each other and greet by saying ‘Eid Mubarak’ to them.
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10 Lines on Id-ul-Zuha – Set 2
1) Id-ul-Zuha festival or “Greater Ibrahim” is a religious festival which is celebrated by Muslims across the world and considered holier than Id-ul-Fitr.
2) Id-ul-Zuha is celebrated in the remembrance of sacrificial will of Prophet Ibrahim on the command of Allah who instructed him to sacrifice his son Ishmael.
3) Ibrahim was ready to sacrifice his son on the order of Allah but god intervened at the last moment to save Ishmael from getting sacrificed.
4) Id-ul-Zuha is also known as Eid-ul-Adha, Eid-al-Adha and Bakrid in some countries.
5) In Arabic the word ‘Eid’ refers to holiday and ‘Adha’ refers to sacrifice, therefore ‘Eid-al-Adha’ means a holiday or the festival of sacrifice.
6) The festival of Eid-al-Adha in India is most commonly known as ‘Bakrid’ which relates to the sacrifice of ‘Bakra’- a Hindi word which relates to a male goat.
7) The festival of Id-ul-Zuha is celebrated on the 10th day of the 12th and last month of “Dhu-al-Hijjah” or “Zulhijja” and it depends on the sighting of moon.
8) Id-ul-Zuha is celebrated with much fervour by the Muslims all over the world and people go to the mosques to offer afternoon prayers to Allah.
9) The prayers of Id-ul-Zuha are performed as a gathering on the ‘10th Dhu-al-Hijjah’ and prayers for all the three days are considered mandatory for every Muslim.
10) The significance of celebrating Eid-al-Adha is that one must have firm faith on Allah, the almighty and he will intervene on the last moment to help.
We have provided a new set of Ten Lines on Id-ul-Zuha that will enhance your knowledge on this festival of Muslim community that gives a great message of sacrifice your ego for the well being of the society. Through these points you will know when it is celebrated, how Muslims make sacrifices and what are the activities done on this occasion.
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10 Lines on Id-ul-Zuha – Set 3
1) Eid-ul-Zuha is a very sacred festival of Muslims and it is also known as Bakrid.
2) This festival reminds one of the great sacrifices of the great prophet Abraham.
3) This festival is celebrated from the tenth date of the month of Hijjah.
4) This festival is especially a festival of greeting and meeting people and praying.
5) This festival is celebrated about 70 days after the end of the holy month of Ramadan.
6) Eid-ul-Zuha is an Arabic word and refers to “Qurbani”; that means “Eid of sacrifice”.
7) The sacrifice of a he-goat or other animals is considered a symbol of sacrifice in Islam and behind this, there is the story of the sacrifice of Hazrat Ibrahim and his son Ismail.
8) People pray in the mosque and after the conclusion of prayers and sermons, Muslims embrace and greet each other.
9) Many Muslims invite their non-Muslim friends, neighbours, co-workers and classmates on this occasion to get better acquainted with Islam and Muslim culture.
10) There is an atmosphere of joy and gaiety everywhere.
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10 Lines on Id-ul-Zuha – Set 4
1) Eid-ul-Zuha is a special festival of Muslims, which means the festival of sacrifice, it is also known as Bakrid.
2) On this day a person associated with Muslim religion sacrifices his dearest thing in front of God.
3) A holiday is declared on this day and all the offices, schools, courts, banks and business establishments remain closed.
4) He-goat and other animals are sacrificed on this day in all over the country as well as in many countries of the world with the presence of Muslim community.
5) A person associated with Muslim religion raises an animal and on this day it is sacrificed for Allah, also known as Farz-e-Qurban.
6) On this day people of the Muslim community sacrifice a goat or sheep for their Allah.
7) The meat is divided into three parts, one for the person himself another for his relatives and the last for the poor.
8) On this day, people wear new clothes and go to mosques and Idgah (sacred place) to offer Namaz and thank Allah (the God).
9) This festival teaches us social unity, mutual brotherhood, and gives a message to be ready to sacrifice everything on the path of truth.
10) Muslim people spread in all corners of the world celebrate it with great reverence and gaiety.
Id-ul-Zuha is the most significant festival of the Muslims all over the world, it is also more important than the Eid-ul-Fitr and for this reason Id-ul-Zuha is also known as ‘Greater Eid’. Id-ul-Zuha also denotes that period of annual Hajj pilgrimage is over and it is celebrated as the day of sacrifice. Id-ul-Zuha indicates that one must keep his firm faith on the Allah almighty, he will test him in difficult situations but ultimately Allah will free him from all issues.