Eid al AdhA, also known as Eid al AdhA or Eid al AdhA in Arabic, is a festival celebrated by Muslims all over the world. It is called Eid al AdhA in India, and its name comes from the tradition of killing goats or "animals" in Urdu (an Arabic language on the Indian subcontinent). "Id" comes from the Arabic word "IWD", which means "Festival". Eid al AdhA is one of the most important festivals for Muslims. It symbolizes auspiciousness and happiness and advocates dedication.
Eid al AdhA is an auspicious and festive Festival, a festival for the reunion of Muslim brothers. Whenever Eid al AdhA comes, Muslim people put on new clothes, reunite with their relatives and friends, read the Koran, commemorate the prophet, kill cattle and sheep, eat together, share meat with poor Muslim brothers, let everyone share and celebrate the festival. On this day, thousands of Muslims make special "prayers" to pray for peace and prosperity. Muslims in India and around the world celebrate this day with traditional enthusiasm and joy. In a word, Eid al AdhA is a spectacular festival with its own story, which adds color to the colorful Indian festivals. Here, sanbo ceramics also wishes Muslim friends a happy Eid al AdhA! Happiness, well-being and good luck!