About Eidul Adha eCards
We welcome you to get and use our greetings ecard as your ecard for this upcoming EID Mubarak Eidul Adha festival. Entire family can use this greetings card application.
Eidul Adha Mubarak is coming soon. During the time where everyone is busy preparing themselves for eid, the least you could do is to send nice and lovely wishes to people around you. Eidul Adha is a special occasion predominantly celebrated by Muslims around the globe. Not only Muslims celebrate this occasion but people from other beliefs participate in making the event wonderful. This is the perfect time for giving, receiving and sharing gifts, emotions and good wishes
“Eidul Adha eCards” is a perfect app to wish your relatives, mother, father, sister, brother, friends, in laws and especially your love ones. Celebrate this festival with peaceful and cheerful. Download this app only from Google Play Store.
It’s very easy. First of all you have to download and install the app to your Android device. Then just choose the ecard that you like most from our gallery, insert a message or wishes. Finally, send the “Eidul Adha eCards” via social media such as Facebook, Twitter, WhatsApp, Telegram, Email etc. Send the ecards to every friends and member of your family on this festival. Your recipient will be very happy when they receive the ecards.
“Eidul Adha eCards” feature:
1. Eidul Adha cards that you can type your messages / greetings.
2. Readily ecards that you can send instantly.
3. You can also set the cards as your mobile devices wallpapers or backgrounds.
4. Instructions details are explained in the application.
5. Download it; it’s FREE!
Don’t wait till Eidul Adha is over! Download "Eidul Adha eCards” for FREE! Share and send the ecards NOW!
Download this app and have a wonderful time playing around with it. Wishing all Muslims a Blessed Eidul Adha and Qurban! Let’s make this eid the most cheerful festival in this year!
Why do Muslims celebrate Eidul Adha?
The Greater Eid commemorates the willingness of Ibrahim to sacrifice his son Ishmael as an act of obedience to Allah – and Allah's mercy in putting a lamb in Ishmael's place at the last moment. "Muslims believe that the very moment Ibrahim raised the knife, God told him to stop, that he had passed the test, and to replace Ishmael with a sacrificial ram," explains Al Arabiya. Eid also marks the end of Hajj, the annual pilgrimage to Saudi Arabia.
What does the Hajj involve?
The Hajj is the pilgrimage to Mecca, Islam's holiest site, and is an integral part of the Muslim faith. According to the Koran, all Muslims who can afford to should make the journey to Saudi Arabia at least once in their lifetime. Every year, at least two million Muslims will make the pilgrimage and stand before the Kaaba, a shrine built by Ibrahim, and pray to Allah. The prophet Muhammad said that a person who performs Hajj properly "will return as a newly born baby [free of all sins]"
How is Greater Eid celebrated?
In Muslim countries, Eidul Adha is a public holiday that involves animal sacrifice, prayers and family gatherings. The day begins with morning prayers, followed by visits to family and friends and the exchange of food and gifts. Muslims are obliged to share food and money with the poor so that they can take part in the celebrations.
Worshippers will slaughter an animal, typically a sheep or a goat, during Greater Eid celebrations as a symbol of Ibrahim's sacrifice to Allah. The animals have to meet certain standards in order to qualify for sacrifice, Arab News reports. They cannot be ill, blind, visibly lame and emaciated and minimum age restrictions apply.
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