Eid-ul-Adha is celebrated all over the Muslim world as a remembrance of the willingness of Prophet Abraham to sacrifice everything for Allah.
Eid al-Adha falls in the Islamic calendar on the 10th Day of Dhu al-Hijjah, the twelfth and final month.
The date may vary between countries, as the exact day is dependent on lunar observations.
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Muslims across the world have certain restrictions to follow this Eid-ul-Adha for their own and others’ protection from the virus. The zeal of the Muslims is still the same as before.
However, there are certain ways to celebrate this Eid-ul-Adha in the safest way possible. It can be difficult but will protect you and your family from the virus.
Selecting your favorite clothes for Eid can be enticing and you really want to go to the mall. It’s an obvious fact that the stock is even better and fresher in malls. But it is better to stay at home and shop online.
Check out reputable brands. Brands nowadays also understand that most consumers shop online, so the online stock is excellent too. You should seek to find photos of people who wear your desired outfit to see how it looks. Also, opt for a refund policy for products, so you’re not in trouble later on.
Keep Gathering In An Open Place:
No matter how often one is told, informal gatherings can’t be put a stop. Just getting together with a few family members is fine if you know they were careful too. The easiest way to do this Eid-ul-Adha though is by holding those gatherings out or in an open place. The growing heat is not too practical for this, but it can be helped by a few fans outside.
Risk-Free Charity Distribution
Charity distribution is a major part of Eid-ul-Adha. If you’ve been out on Eid days, you’ll recall seeing many people lined up outside homes, or even opening their gates for food distribution. Try to maintain a distance while distributing the meat to the poor. Follow the SOPs and wear a mask and gloves must.