Wish you all a very Happy Eid-ul-Adha. The Eid of Sacrifice. Many Muslims go to perform Hajj this month and as we all know there were two incidents which took place in the Holy City – Makkah (Mecca). The first was was very much disturbing as due to the lightning fall on the crane which was near to the Kaaba & the another one which happen commonly at the time of throwing stones on the Shaytan’s (Devil) Statue. Both the incidents have taken lives of the hundreads of people and many people get injured at same time. May Allah grant them all peace and Jannat-ul-Firdous (The Higher level of degree) and those who are alive may Allah bless them with sabr (Patience)… Ameen.
The Eid-ul-Adha was celebrated with peace in India. Some of the minor incidents happened due to Beef Ban, Muslims have been not allowed to do slaughter on cow. Instead, Mostly goats and some other animal’s are left to perform sacrifice. As a result many poor people remained unable to buy them well as in cow 7 person can contribute to make a sacrifice at a time while one goat on behalf of one single person only.
The Eid-ul-Adha is the sunnah of Prophet Ibrahim (May Allah have peace and mercy upon him) and it was followed by the last messenger of Allah Prophet Muhammad (Peace and blessings be upon him). Muslims all around the world greet and meet their family, relatives and friends after offering prayer of Eid-ul-Adha and gives charity, food to the poor people. Alhumdulillah for all the blessings that you bestowed on us, Ya Allah.
The Holy month of Ramazan (or Ramadan) has just came to end where muslims used to keep Fasts to increasing Taqwa, Adopt steadfastness and Seeking forgiveness from Allah Ta’ala. Pray and Worship to the only Lord and Creator of the Universe- Allah Ta’ala.
For Many Muslims the days of Ramadan is of Hadships, Sacrifices, Compremises But it is for to Perfect our Imaan (Faith) and which also helps us to come closer to Allah Ta’ala. This is now what the actual examination starts for everyone of us. Allah Ta’ala is the All knowing and he never forgets. He will check us whether we are able to remember him or not.? & pray to him or not.? like we’ve did in Ramadan & Reads his book (Quran) or not.? & Obey all the things which are made compulsory and stays away from the sins or not.?
May Allah Ta’ala bless us and guide in the rest of the days as he has done in the month of Ramadan and make us pious and perfect in our Imaan (Faith). Ameen.
I want to wish you all a Happy Eid-ul-Fitr and request you to Celebrate this occasion as according to the teachings of Prophet Muhammad (s.a.w). Help the needy people by paying Fitr i.e Zaakat, sadaqa in the way of money or goods for the rest of your life as you have done in this holy month and take care of our beloved parents, friends, relatives and be kind and caring to your neighbours.