Why You Should Love The Goat For Sacrifice In Bakra Eid - Eastern Stylo
Why You Should Love The Goat For Sacrifice In Bakra Eid

Why You Should Love The Goat For Sacrifice In Bakra Eid

  The celebration of Eid Al-Adha is the celebration of sacrifice and that’s why it is called the Feast of Sacrifice all over the world. Sacrificing a domestic animal by any Muslim who holds worth more than the required amount is necessary for the day. This ritual is followed all over the world. In India, other than any other domestic animal, the goat is the most popular one for the sacrifice. For that reason, it is also known as Bakri Eid to the Indian subcontinent.

However, as the system of having domestic animals is rare now, people Buy Bakra Online a few days before the Eid. They select a good looking and healthy goat that they can nurture and love for those days before the sacrifice. It is a way to show that no worldly love is stronger than the love for Allah. For him, we can sacrifice the most loved and favorite thing of ours.   

According to the Holy Quran, it is very important to love the animal you are willing to slaughter. To know the reason, you have to dive deep into the time of the beginning of the Eid Al-Adha or Bakri Eid.

The Eid Al-Adha is the most pious festival in Islam. The reason behind the celebration is itself so pure and holy that it makes the difference. According to Holy Quran, there was a Prophet named Ibrahim who had no child till 80 years of age. In his 80 years, he was blessed with a son named Ismael. When Ismael turned 13 years old, Ibraham had a vision or dream from Allah that said to sacrifice the most favorite thing of him in the name of the Almighty.

Ibrahim said to his some; “Oh my son! I see in vision That I offer thee in sacrifice: Now see what is Thy view!” Ismael said that as it was the will of God, then he should obey it by saying; “Oh my father! Do As thou art commanded: Thou wilt find me, If Allah so wills one Practicing patience and constancy!”  

Finally, with a heavy heart, both of them submitted to the will of Allah and he decided to sacrifice his only son just to prove his obedience and dedication towards the Supreme Lord. So, they went to Mount Mina for the sacrifice.

On their way, the devil tempted them not to sacrifice his only son and disobey Allah but they threw stones at it to fly it away. Finally, when Ibrahim was about to slaughter his son, Allah sent one angel to change Ismael with a ram as he was satisfied with the love and dedication of the Prophet.

To remember this event, every year on the last day of the Islamic Lunar Calendar, Muslims all over the world celebrate Eid Al-Adha. The main event of the day is the sacrifice of the animal. To show respect to Prophet Ibrahim, they must love the animal they are willing to sacrifice. Previous days, it was the most loved domestic animal of the house.

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