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 Bakri Eid will be observed in India on July 21 this year. Here is everything you need to know about Eid-ul-Adha comprising its history, significance, and rules of this pious Islamic festival.

Bakrid History and Significance:

Eid-ul-Adha is known as Bakrid in India. The day honours Prophet Ibrahim's (also known as Abraham) sacrifice. It is believed that he was tested by God to sacrifice his only son. Ibrahim followed the command and was ready to sacrifice his son. However, God intervened during the act and a lamb was sacrificed instead of Ibrahim's son.

To celebrate this act, Muslims acknowledge Ibrahim's devotion and celebrate Eid-ul-Adha annually. It is marked by sacrificing a lamb or an animal, which is later divided into three parts. One share is kept for home and the rest two shares are given to the poor and needy.

Importance of the Festival:

Every year, Muslims celebrate this festival to remember the Prophet's loyalty towards God. And, because of his actions, the festival is also known as the 'Festival of Sacrifice'. The act simply symbolises giving away the dearest and hence it suggests one must be willing to sacrifice what they love the most. Devotees celebrate this festival by sacrificing a lamb or an animal to show their devotion towards God.

This year, Eid festivities will be limited because of the coronavirus pandemic. As per the latest government guidelines, online buying and selling of goats is being encouraged. This is to prevent crowding at animal markets in light of social distancing. Transportation of vehicles is also being curbed, especially in Maharashtra to stop the spread of the virus.

In most of the states, mosques will remain closed and devotees have been asked to celebrate the festival at home. As Maharashtra has maximum Covid-19 cases, the Home Minister has also appealed the citizens to celebrate the festival in a symbolic and low-key manner.

As per the latest Maharashtra government guidelines, devotees have to offer prayers at home and not visit the mosques. For purchasing of goats, people can either buy online or over the phone. Considering the lockdown rules, the government has urged to celebrate the 'sacrifice ritual' symbolically.

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