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Muslims celebrates two Eids every year, Eid al-Fitr and Eid Al Adha that is also called as sacrifice feast. Eid al-Fitr signs the end of Ramadan while sacrifice feast signs the end of Hajj. Sacrifice feast falls on the last month of Islamic calendar, Dhul-Hijjah. Precisely, it starts on 10th of Dhul-Hijjah. The celebration of this event is started with the prayer. After the prayer, Muslims will visit and greet each other. They will say greetings to their family, neighbor, friend, and other Muslims. At this event, all Muslims will be happy together. Gathering with family and friends is a very great moment.
Women, men, and children will dress in their best attire. During this event, people who have enough money will sacrifice a halal animal and donate the meat to others. The animals can be goat, sheep or cow. But, in some regions, the people also sacrifice a camel. The meat commonly will be divided into 3 parts. The meat will be delivered to the family, neighbor, and those who are less fortunate.
During Eid al-Adha, there are 2 routine greetings to offer best wishes for family and friend. People commonly say, Eid Mubarak and Eid Saeed. The words are quite simple to say. The first word is easy to articulate. The meaning of Eid is celebration while the meaning of Mubarak is blessed. The meaning is very nice, isn’t it? It literally translates hoping others a blessed day. It is hope to be a blessed day. Sacrifice Feast is a very great festival, so everybody should be happy. Not only among Muslims, but there are also some non-Muslims who give Eid Al Adha greetings to their Muslim friend. This is a sign of solidarity with others. Though there is a difference, solidarity can make a better life.
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