Hajj and Eid ul Adha Activity:

Hajj is the fifth pillar of Islam. It is a visit to the Ka'ba, the house of Allah (SWT).
It is compulsory for every Muslim to make at least one journey in their lifetime to Makkah for Hajj if they can afford it. The teachings of Hajj are very significant in a Muslim's daily life. During Hajj, we learn to establish our prayers five times a day and stay clean and pure at all times.
Eid-ul-Azha is celebrated on the 10th of Zil-Hajj to commemorate the  incident of Hazart Ibrahim’s sacrifice as well as the event of Hajj. Muslims all over the world sacrifice animals like goat, lamb, cow and camel on this day.
To inform about the importance of Hajj and Eid ul Adha, we organized an activity. Children were informed that when, where and how people perform Hajj and the celebration of Eid ul Adha. Children prepared Eid cards for their parents. They were also given activity worksheets regarding sacrificial animals.
Overall it was a good and an informative activity through which children  learnt about the significance of Hajj and Eid ul Adha.


 



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