Bakra Eid:Danger Qurbani at Bakra Eid
Bakra Eid Names Many, Meaning Single “Eid-Al-Adha”, “Bakra Eid”, “Kurban Bayram” or “Eid-e-Quran” is the major festival celebrated by the Muslims across the world. It occurs in month of Zil-Hajj (according to the Islamic calendar) when an animal is sacrificed in celebration of Abraham’s sacrifice of his son. This occation is incorporate in the very great pilgrimage to Mecca which should properly be made during this month but it is also observe all over the Muslim world at the same time. The underlying very importance of this occation is the spirit of sacrifice (qurbani) in memory of Abraham’s great act of faith many centuries ago.
STORY OF EID-AL-ADHA
STORY OF EID-AL-ADHA According to the “Quran” on an auspicious day Allah Appeared in the Islamic prophet Ibrahim’s dream and asked him to sacrifice his little son Ismail as an act of acquiescence to god. But the devil tempted Ibrahim to disobey Allah and spare his son, but he ignore him and were just about to kill his son, Just then the Allah arrive and gave him a lamb to sacrifice instead. And so the tradition continues to sacrifice a lamb on the day of Eid-Al-Adha.
Eid Ul Adha is celebration not only in India but throughout the world. Celebration varies from the country to country.
Usually it starts with the family going to the mosque for prayers, dressed in their best clothes, joyous to greet the relatives and friends on the Very great day of Eid. Many families offer Sacrifice to the Allah in form of the Lamb (either goat or sheep) and share it among the relatives, families and poor. They don’t eat anything before the sacrifice.
Ramadan Eid (Eid-ul-Fitr) and Bakra Eid(Eid-ul-Adhaa)
The word ‘Eid is an Arabic name to mean a festivity, a celebration, a recurring happiness, and a feast. In Islam, there are two big ‘Eids namely the feast of Ramadhan (‘EId Al-Fitr) and the Feast of Sacrifice (‘Eid Al-Adhha). The first ‘Eid is celebrate by Muslims after fasting the month of Ramadhan as a matter of thanks and gratitude to Almighty Allah. It takes place on the first day of Shawwal, the tenth month of the lunar calendar. The second ‘Eid’ is the Feast of Sacrifice and it is to be celebrate for the memory of prophet Ibrahim trying to sacrifice his son Isma’il(Ishmael). This ‘Eid lasts 4 days between the tenth and the thirteenth day of Zul-Hijjah, the twelfth month of the lunar calendar.
Qurbani – Sacrifice
Sacrifice, as practices by Holy Prophet Muhammad (Pbuh) is an central religious rite in memory of the sacrifice perform by Prophet Abraham. God put Abraham to a most difficult trial, the details of which are describe in the Quran.?O my Lord! Grant me (Abraham) a righteous (son)!? So We gave him the good news of a boy ready to suffer and forbear. ?Then, when the the son reach the age to work with him, he said: ?O my son I watch in a vision that I offer you in sacrifice: Now say what is your view!? (The son) said: ?O My father!
Do as you are command: You will find me if God so wills, one practicing patience and dependability!? So when they had both submitted their wills (to God), and he had made him prostrate on his face (for sacrifice), We called out to him: ?O Abraham! You have already fulfilled the vision!? Thus indeed do we reward those who do right. ?For this was apparently a trial and We ransom him with a momentous sacrifice: and We left (this blessing) for him among generations (to come) in later times: (37:100-109).
The aim of sacrifice, like all other basics of Islam, is to imbibe piety and self righteousness. It also advertise the spirit of sacrifice for a right cause. To explain its purpose, God says in the Quran. ?It is not their meat, nor their blood, that reaches God, It is their piety that reaches God?: (22:37)
Prophet Muhammad (Pbuh) said: ?On the 10th of Zil-Hijjah, there is no better act in the view of Allah than shedding the blood (of butcher animals). And verily sacrifice earns the approbation of Allah even before the drop of blood (of the butcher animal) falls on the ground. Hence you should offer it in good spirit. For every hair of the sacrificial animal, there is a blessing.? Here are the doctrine and practices pertaining to Qurbani, according to Hanafi Fiqh.
Qurbani is Fardh for :
Qurbani, like that Zakat, is essential for one who has the financial means and savings that remain surplus to his own needs over the year. It is essential for one? own self.
However, a slaughter of animal can also be offer for every member of one?s family. It may be offer, though it is not essential, for one?s deceased relations, too, in the faith of benediction and blessings for the parted souls.
What to Sacrifice
All the permissible(halal) naturalize or reared quadrupeds can be offer for Qurbani. Generally, slaughter of goats, sheep, rams, cows, and camels is offer. It is permissible for seven persons to share the sacrifice of a cow or a camel on the condition that no one?s share is less than one seventh and their motive is to offer Qurbani. Age of Sacrificial Animals
Sacrifice of goat or sheep less than one year old (unless the sheep is so strong and fat that it looks to be a full one year old) is not in order. Cow should be at least two years old. Camels should not be less than 5 years old.
Sacrifice of an animal will not be in order if it is one eye, or blind, or has lost one third or more of its eyesight, or one third or more of its tail. Or its ear has been cut off, or it is lame, or its bones have no bottom, or it has no ears by birth or its horns have been broken from their roots, or it has no teeth at all. If the number of teeth intact exceeds the lost ones, it is permissible. If it has no horns by birth, or has less than one third broken horns, it is permissible.
Distribution of meat
One should eat the meat of the sacrifice, give it to relations and friends, (to non-Muslims also) and also to the poor in charity. One third should be given in charity, but if it be less it will not be a sin.
Injunctions on the use of skin
It is not permissible to give a portion of food or the skin of the slaughtered animal as wages. They should instead be given to the needy in charity. Even the rope and cover of the sacrificed animal should be given away as charity.
It is celebration that one who intends to offer a sacrifice should refrain from having a hair cut, a shave, and pruning of nails, from the 1st of Zil-Hijjah (up to the time he has performed the sacrifice).
Intention In the first instance, one who proposes to offer sacrifice must make an intention to that effect.
Method of Sacrifice
The animal for annihilation should be laid on its left side facing Kaabah and its throat cut open with a sharp knife, and its blood allow to drain. In the case of a camel, it should be allowed to remain standing after its left fore leg has been stringed. A sharp spear should then be thrust in its breast and on both sides of its neck, and the blood allow to drain.
How and why is Bakra Eid celebrate? What is the meaning of the celebrations?
During the celebration of Bakra Eid(Bakra Eid Images), Muslims celebrate and remember Abraham’s annihilation an animal such as a sheep, camel, or goat. This action is very often misunderstood by those outside the faith.trials, by themselves
With this in mind, let us start with the position as it was in pre-Islamic Arabia with regard to animal sacrifice. Not only did the pagan Arabs sacrifice to a variety of gods in hope of attaining protection or some favor or material gain. But so, too, did the Jews of that day follow to appease the One True God by blood sacrifice and burnt offerings. The Hindu of sacrificed animals by the name “bali” Bakra Eid Images. Even the Christian community felt Jesus to be the last sacrifice, the final lamb, so to speak. In an otherwise valid tradition of animal sacrifice (where one’s sins are forgive by the blood of another).
Eid ul Adha –A Joyous Feast for the Poor and the Needy
In India there was an advice from a BJP of Indore MLA Usha Thakur. Who advised the Muslim community to either sacrifice their sons or give up the practice of sacrificing animals on the festival of Bakra Eid(NEWS).The sacrifice of animals is very often misunderstood and used as an Armour against religion. In sha Allah this article will answer the people in doubt .
Why do Muslims sacrifice animals on Eid ul Adha?
During the celebration of Eid ul Adha, Muslims celebrate and remember Prophet Abraham’s trials, by themselves slaughtering an animal such as a sheep, camel, or goat. This action is very often misunderstood by those outside the hope.
With this in mind, let us start with the situation as it was in pre-Islamic Arabia with regard to animal sacrifice. Not only did the pagan Arabs sacrifice to a variety of gods in faith of attaining protection. Some favor or material gain. But so, too, did the Jews of that day seek to appease the One True God by blood sacrifice and burnt offerings. The Hindu’s sacrificed animals by the name “bali”. Even the Christian community felt Jesus to be the last sacrifice, the final lamb. So to speak, in an otherwise valid tradition of animal sacrifice (where one’s sins are absolve by the blood of other).
Nothing to do with atoning of our Sins as is the case with slaughter in other faith-
Islam, however, broke away from this longstanding tradition of appeasing an “angry god” and instead require personal sacrifice and submission as the only way to die before death and reach “fana’” or “extinction in Allah”. The notion of “vicarious atonement of sin” is now where to be find in the Qur’an. Neither is the idea of gaining favor by offering the life of another to Allah. In Islam, all that is require as a sacrifice is one’s personal willingness to submit one’s ego and individual will to Allah.
Eid: Etiquette and Rulings
Praise be to Allaah, Lord of the Worlds, and peace and blessings be upon our Prophet Muhammad and upon all his family and companions.
“Eid” is an Arabic word referring to something habitual, that returns and is repeat. Eids or festivals are symbols to be found in each nation, adding those that are base on reveal scriptures. Those that are idolatrous, as well as others, because celebrating occation is something that is an instinctive part of human nature. All people like to have very special occasions to celebrate, where they can come together and express their joy and happiness.
The festivals of the kaafir nations may be connect to worldly matters, such as the beginning of the year. The start of an agricultural season, the changing of the weather, the founding of a state. The enlargement of a ruler, and so on. They may also be connect to religious festival, like many of the occasions belonging exclusively to the Jews and Christians, such as the Thursday on which they claim. The table was sent down to Jesus, Christmas, New Year’s, Thanks giving, and holidays on which gifts are exchange. These are celebrate in all European and North American countries nowadays. In other countries where Christian impact is prevalent, even if the country is not originally Christian. Some so-call Muslims may also join in these holidays, out of ignorance or hypocrisy.
The Magians (Zoroastrians) also have their own occations, such as Mahrajaan, Nowruz and so on.
The Baatinis have their own festivals too, such as “Eid al-Ghadeer”.
Ruling on the Eid prayers
Some of the scholars say that Eid prayers are waajib (obligatory). This is the view of the Hanafi scholars and of Shaykh al-Islam Ibn Taymiyah (may Allaah have mercy on him). They say that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) always pray the Eid prayer and never omit to do it, not even once.
They take as witness the aayah (interpretation of the meaning), “Therefore turn in prayer to your Lord and sacrifice (to Him only)” [al-Kawthar 108:2], i.e., the Bakra Eid prayer and the sacrifice after it, which is an instruction, and the truth that the Prophet (peace and blessings of Allaah be upon him) ordered that the women should be brought out to attend the Bakra Eidprayers, and that a woman who did not have a jilbaab should borrow one from her sister. Some scholars say that Bakra Eid prayer is fard kifaaya. This is the view of the Hanbalis. A third group say that Eid prayer is sunnah mu’akkadah. This is the view of the Maalikis and Shaafa’is.
They take as evidence the hadeeth of the Bedouin which says that Allaah has not imposed any prayers on His slaves other than the five daily prayers. So the Muslim should be keen to attend Eid prayers. Especially since the opinion that it is waajib is base on very strong evidence. The goodness, blessings and very great reward one gets from attending Eid prayers. The fact that one is following the example of the Prophet by doing so, should be acceptable motivation.
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