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Slicing goat meat into small pieces for Bakr-Eid celebration in Delhi

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Posted on: July 11, 2019
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Butcher chopped meat from the sacrificed goat is preferred to be divided into parts by the family itself. The Muslim family retains some portion of the meat and the rest of the meat will be given to relatives, friends and neighbours.

Bakr-id, to be rightly called Id-ul-Azha, is one of the most important Muslim festivals. This festival is observed and celebrated as a Festival of Sacrifice by Muslims all over the world. It falls on the 10th of Dhul-Hagg, the last month of the lunar year. Bakrid is celebrated in commemoration of Abraham’s willingness to offer his only son as a sacrifice at God’s command. On this day, goats are sacrificed as an offering. Bakrid is celebrated with great enthusiasm and vigor among Muslims. Men and women dress up in new clothes and go to mosques. They offer special prayers or ‘Dua’ for the peace and prosperity of all Muslims. After the prayer, sacrifice is done. Muslims greet one another ‘Eid Mubarak’ and share their warmth. They visit relatives and friends and exchange gifts. Special delicacies and dishes are prepared and served amongst family and friends.

Eid-al-Adha/ Bakrid holds animal sacrifice as one of the most significant aspects in its celebration. In order to honor the event of Ibrahim’s attempt to sacrifice his son, Muslims commence animal sacrifice, so as to conform to Allah’s command, and Allah’s mercy in substituting a lamb for the child. A goat, a sheep or a cow is sacrificed according to the laid down rules. One third of the meat is retained for family, while another third is distributed among friends and relatives and the remaining one third is given in charity for the poor and the needy. People wear new clothes on this occasion. They offer their prayers in a gathering in an open area called Eidgah or a mosque. People engage in animal sacrifice, performed duly in tune with the religious laws. Muslims make it a point to see that everybody becomes a part of the Eid feast. They chant Takbir loudly before and after offering their Eid prayers; the sacrifice is made and distribution of meat takes place. The sacrificed animal needs to meet some certain age and quality standards as otherwise the animal would be considered inappropriate for sacrifice.

Source: http://festivals.indobase.com/bakrid/

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