When is Uraza Bayram?
In Islam, there is a very important holiday for Muslims Uraza-Bayram. This holiday comes after the end of Ramadan. By itself, Uraza-Bayram means the participation of believers in one faith. On this holiday, it is customary to say goodbye to the blessed days of Ramadan, to tune oneself in a good way in spiritual development and to reconcile one's passions by observing fasting. In this article we will take a closer look at when Uraza Bayram is celebrated and how it passes.
Celebration of Uraza Bairam
The sacred holiday for many Muslims is one of the most important. On the day of Uraza Bairam, it is necessary to pay donations, give alms and visit parents and elders, help the sick and commemorate the departed.
A distinctive feature of the holiday is the opportunity for every Muslim to eat the idle food and drink, whereas during Ramadan one must fast. You can read more about Ramadan in the article When Ramadan ends.
The holiday itself takes its origins from the time of the Prophet Mohammed. The celebration has been going on since 624.
As in those days, the holiday is celebrated for two days.4 days before the holiday, all women must clean the houses, yards, and clean the livestock. After that, all family members take a bath and dress in clean clothes.
Before the holiday, various dishes are prepared, which children distribute to their relatives and friends. The mutual exchange of treats is an important tradition of Uraza-Bairam. On this holiday, no one works, because in essence it is created for fun. The holiday begins with a prayer that is read before the sun rises.
Traditional dishes on the feast are sherbet, couscous, halva, as well as various pies and pancakes. An inalienable attribute is plov.