Eid Al Adha is a special day for Muslims all over the world and has special significance in many different corners of the globe. This special religious festival, which falls on the ninth month of the Islamic calendar, is one of the major feasts of Islam, and commemorates the start of the Muslim religion. It also symbolizes Ramadan, which is a period of Ramadan, from which the believers must abstain from consuming alcoholic beverages and foods, as well as anything spicy. On Eid Al Adha, Muslims all over the world celebrate this religious festival with great gusto!
The name Eid Al Adha actually means “end of Ramadan.” It is believed that this was the first holy celebration in Islam. The story goes that the prophet Muhammad (SAW) gave a golden bowl to his daughter Aisha with the instruction that she should not drink from it or keep any utensils from it. The daughter did as she was told to do, and when the day of Ramadan arrived, she carried the bowl with her, but instead of drinking from it, she placed it on a silk cloth, hung it on a tree, and began to fast. When the sun set, she took the bowl off, washed it in water, and then put it back on the tree. When the Muslims celebrated Eid Al Adha in Algeria, this tradition began!
Eid Al Adha in Algeria is celebrated on the evening of Ramadan, which is a national holiday for Algerian citizens. This is also known as D-Al-Adha, or the festival of Ramadan. Usually, by the end of the fasting period of Ramadan, Muslims all over the country and the world celebrate Eid Al Adha. It is the main religious celebration of Islam in North Africa and takes place in every country that is Muslim majority.
Eid Al Adha celebrations are joyous, festive events in almost all countries of the world where Muslims gather to celebrate this wonderful occasion. There are great excitement and a sense of urgency in these gatherings. They start a month or two before the fasting period of Ramadan and last for a week. Many communities also hold charitable activities in support of the needy and unfortunate, such as food distribution, scholarship funds, etc.
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Happy Eid Mubarak Wishes Messages:
- “May God give you the happiness of heaven above. Happy Eid Mubarak To You All…”
- “Many are the wishes that are being sent your way, but this is a special one for a very Happy Eid Day 2021…”
- “May the divine blessings of Allah fill your home and heart with the spirit of joy and open up newer opportunities for success…Happy Eid Mubarak 2021…”
- “I wish you all a very happy and peaceful Eid. May Allah accept your good deeds, forgive your transgressions and ease the suffering of all peoples around the globe. Eid Mubarak Wishes 2021…”
- “May this day bring peace and smoothness in your life, may it provide you the best time of your life. Happy Eid day Day 2021…”
- “It’s a day of rejoicing and bliss; it’s a day of blessing and peace; it’s a day to reflect and ponder; it’s a day to celebrate together…”
- “As you offer your sacrifices,
I wish that Allah showers his divine blessings and fulfills all your dreams on Eid and always.
Happy EID Mubarak 2021…”
- “May the blessings of Allah fill your life with happiness and open all the doors of success now and always. Eid Mubarak 2021…”
- “May the day delight and the moments measure all the special joys for all of you to treasure. May the year ahead be fruitful too, for your home and family and especially for you. Happy Eid Mubarak To You…”
Some of the more famous cities that have traditionally been a center for Eid celebrations include Antilles, Mauritania, Morocco, Tunisia, Egypt and Algeria. However, there are cities and regions throughout the world that are now becoming prominent Eid destinations. In Canada, Ontario’s Kitchener (Kelowna) boasts of the fastest growing Muslim population. The year 2021 saw an increase of almost thirty thousand Muslims in this region alone. The next biggest city in Ontario is London, Ontario, but there are other municipalities that have seen increases in their Muslim populations in recent years.
The calendar months of April, May and June are considered the high season for Eid celebrations. During this period, you will find that there are more people travelling to these parts of the world to celebrate this holy occasion. The months of September and October to mark the beginning of Ramadan and millions of devotees from around the globe travel to Morocco to take part in this religious festival. And finally, Dubai is the only city on earth where Eid celebrations are celebrated with pomp and glory on the golden sands at a time when the sun is setting.