Eid Al Adha is a very important festival for Muslims all over the world. It is celebrated with great joy and enthusiasm around the globe on the fourth Sunday of the Islamic month of Ramadan. In Bangladesh, Eid Al Adha is calling “Taj Mahal” (King’s Day). The event is one of the largest religious gatherings in the world. Over five million devotees from all over the world converge on Dhaka to celebrate this joyous occasion. The following is an explanation of when is Eid Al Adha in Bangladesh.
This day is a joyous festival for Muslims all over the world. They believe that this day marks the end of Ramadan and it is the start of the holy month of Ramadan. Muslims all over the world fast during this month as they commemorate the death of the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) and wish for the forgiveness of their sins. The holy month of Ramadan is a period of peace and happiness. Eid Al Adha is a time of joy and happiness for those who follow the traditions of their religion and community.
On this day, many celebrations take place in Dhaka including the sending away of Muslim girls from home to their homes for marriage and other family obligations. Eid celebrations are also seen in different parts of the country with more fireworks and music being used on Eid Al Adhaday than any other day of the Islamic calendar. A large number of international television networks also broadcast live on Eid Al Adha to keep residents in Dhaka and throughout the country aware of the festive mood.
This day is celebrated with great pomp and circumstance in Dhaka. Thousands of tourists from all over the world visit Dhaka to celebrate Eid Al Adha. Some of the famous landmarks in the city are also decked out with lights and fireworks to mark the occasion. Dhaka sees celebrations even on New Year’s Eve when a firework show takes place on the square. People light fireworks and show them off to visitors sitting along the roads in front of Jama Masjid.
Eid al Adha 2021 Messages, Wishes, Quotes, Greetings, SMS & Messages:
- May Allah open the doors of happiness and prosperity for you. Eid Mubarak to you and your family. Enjoy a blessed time during this Eid.
- May you find a million reasons to make your life more beautiful on this day. May the joy of Eid be multiplied a thousand times and stay with you forever. Eid Mubarak!
- I wish you and your family a very joyful Eid. May Allah accept all your prayers and forgive all your faults. Eid Mubarak!
- Before we ask for happiness and prosperity, we should ask for mercy. May Allah shower his mercy on us. Eid Mubarak!
- May Allah fulfil your all dreams and hopes. May your life become a garden of heaven! Eid Mubarak to you and your lovely family!
- Eid is a day to cheer and to laugh with all your heart. It’s a day to be grateful to Allah for all of his heavenly blessings on us. Wishing you a happy Eid UL Adha.
- As long as you keep faith in Allah, no evil can touch your heart and no sorrow can ruin your day. May your life be filled with joy and happiness on this Eid!
- This blessed day is for saying thank you to the almighty for all he has given to us. May he grant all your prayers and fulfil all your desires. Eid Mubarak
- Accept the blessings of Allah with all your heart and forget the sorrows that burden your soul. Enjoy the moments you share with your family. Happy Eid Day!
The first Islamic century celebration took place on this date in 18aran, during the rule of Sultan Qasim bin Tahir. He began celebrating Eid Al Adha with great fanfare and was followed by his successors. After the collapse of the Mughal Empire, Islam spread its influence across India, making traditional festivals such as Eid Al Adha more prominent. Since then, Eid Al Adha has been seen as a milestone in every Islamic calendar, as well as a major event in a person’s life.
Eid Al Adha in Bangladesh takes place during the month of Ramadan, which is a period of 30 days during which Muslims around the world fast from dawn to sunset. Since Bangladesh is one of the most populated countries in South Asia, Eid Al Adha in Bangladesh can be seen as an important occasion for many of the people living nearby. Thousands take part in the celebrations, which include a massive festival shopping rush, street burning of rubbish and a large gathering of family and friends before breaking fast at sunset. This is also a time when Muslims from all over the country gather their properties together to make the day memorable. They eat, drink, gather together and light fires in their homes. It is also believed that breaking fast at dawn symbolizes the start of a new year and a fresh start for a new journey.