Delve into the spiritual practices of Islam as we explore the teachings of Qurbani, the significance of Eid, and the importance of Eid al-Adha in a Muslim’s journey of faith and devotion.
What does Qurbani teach us?
Qurbani is an act of submission to Allah, and it signifies the willingness of a Muslim to give up everything they have for the sake of Allah. It teaches Muslims to be selfless, humble, and obedient to Allah.
What Eid teaches us?
At the end of the month, we experience a great sense of achievement and closeness to Allah. It is the joy of spiritual fulfillment. The day of Eid Al-Fitr is time for celebration. On that day, we should not indulge in insulting or abusing others, as this may detract from the achievements of the month of Ramadan.
Why is Eid al-Adha so important?
The significance of Eid al-Adha is that it commemorates Prophet Abraham, Hagar, and Ismail’s trust in God. Islam teaches that our life on earth is a test of our faith in God — and we’ll find out how we did on the test after death on the Day of Judgement.
What is so special about Eid al-Adha?
Eid al-Adha enjoys special significance because the Day of Sacrifice marks the climax of Hajj or Pilgrimage, the fifth pillar of Islam. This annual pilgrimage to Makkah and Madinah in Saudi Arabia is an obligation only for those men and women who are physically and financially able to perform it once in their lifetime.