Friday, September 1, 2017

Happy Eid Ul Azha Post !!!

            



           Hello   precious   Fellows!


     Hope   and   Pray   that   life   is   beautiful   in spite of  all it's   tests  and   tough   times  that   come   to   us  to   bring   out  our   true   strength   and   to   make   us   more   strong.

     Tomorrow   in  our  country  Pakistan  and   in   many   other   islamic   countries   and   communities   muslims   are   celebrating   Eid  Ul  Azha   which   we   call  as   big   Eid   followed   by   our   Eid   ul   Fitar   that   comes  at   the  end  of  Ramadan .

Eid   ul  Azha  comes   after   two   months  and  ten   days  after   Ramadan.  Markets   are   packed   with   people  and   shops   are   shining   with   decorative   lightening . Hubby   and   kids  left   while   ago    for  market  to  purchase   sweets ,cakes,cold   drinks  and  other   grocery  for  the  Eid  day  tomorrow.

My   eldest   son   will   arrive   in   Morning (inshaallah) .and   will  make   our   Eid   day  complete  with   his  presence . Since  week  i   was   totally  busy   in   house   renewal   resolution   and  today   i gave it  final   touch  . 

Though  i  am   terribly   tired   right  now  but  family   reunion  and  Eid   day  excitement  is  blowing  away  my   tiredness  slowly .

I  am  expecting  visitors  too  so  must   be  ready  for  this   too.Eid   Ul  Azha   is  day  of  sacrifice  so   lots  of  mutton  and  beef  is  also   expected  which  since  few   years   we   receive  though  but   distribute  to   others  as  our   stomach   don't  bear   heavy  dishes . 

But   some  portion  i  keep   to   cook   for   my  kids  specially  eldest  one  who  eat   fondly   various   dishes  of  meat. 

Now  i am  leaving you with  some pics (google image help)  to  share  the  sensation  of  this  celebration!



























          May  God  Bless   all  who  suffered  with  storm ,they  are in my  prayers  !!!

It is 8 ;30  pm night ,i have to serve dinner  when they get back so signing off for now with so many heartiest best wishes  for all of  you .
God  Bless  You  All!!!

40 comments:

  1. Your meal looks delicious and it is attractively served. Enjoy your holiday.

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  2. Baili, what a fun celebration! I'm so glad that your son gets to join you all tomorrow. Look at all the delicious food - what a feast! The grilled meat looks amazing. Loved to see all the sweet animals and the colorful hanging lanterns. I think I would enjoy browsing and looking at all that pretty jewelry. Although I don't wear much jewelry, I still like a few unique bracelets and earrings. The girls would love this section. Thanks for sharing with us this exciting day, a tradition that your country celebrates. : )

    ~Sheri

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  3. Your photos are beautiful!!! So full of color and rich in culture! <3

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  4. Happy Eid, have a lovely time with your family☺☺

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  5. interesting photos love from europe

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  6. What a lovely post, your choice of pictures are lovely, so happy and colourful.
    I think it is great that you are going to enjoy a family reunion ...
    Happy Eid.

    My good wishes

    All the best Jan

    PS Yes, my thoughts and prayers to all caught up in the terrible storms and floods.

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  7. Enjoy such a happy occasion. The food looks delicious. I'd love to try it someday.

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  8. What great photos and a nice street scene capturing the essence of life. Greetings.

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  9. Have a wonderful celebration with family and friends, Baili.

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  10. How colourful your special day looks. Enjoy a lovely celebration with family and friends. The celebratory food does look delicious.

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  11. there is nothing quite as special as being together with family!! i hope your last son arrives home safely and you are able to rest and enjoy your celebration!!

    the food looks amazing!!!

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  12. Enjoy your lovely holidays, thanks for sharing these wonderful photos the food looks amazing!

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  13. Enjoy your holiday with your family. Blessings to you all.

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  14. Happy Eid to you and your family. We have many people who celebrate here but they are too quiet about it. Your food looks delicious.

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  15. Happy Eid Holiday to you and yours, baili. Isn't it wonderful to have your whole family home? That is what I most like about holidays - having my loved ones all around. Enjoy!

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  16. Happy Eid Ul Azha!

    I am happy to hear that you are seeing your family.

    The food looks delicious!

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  17. This is the first anyone has told me about Eid Ul Azha. You did a marvelous job. I really enjoyed this.
    Happy Eid to you and your's

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  18. Happy holiday to you and your loved ones! Celebrations are always fun with family. These photos are so beautiful. Full of colour and joy!

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  19. These are beautiful photos, Baili! Are you in any of them? Each and every girl and woman is so pretty! The food - I wish I could taste each one!

    I just came from a blog where an American lives in Kuwait. They were celebrating Eid as well.

    Best wishes and blessings!

    Jane

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  20. Such beautiful images of your lovely celebration, Baili! Wishing you a lovely Eid - enjoy your son's visit, too. Hugs and blessings xo Karen

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  21. Enjoy with your son in your country. This is definitely a great experience. Interesting pics you added to the post. Regards. I am sad that you were so briefly my "observer".

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  22. Beautiful decoration on the palms.

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  23. Its fascinating to read about this holiday. I have heard of it but didn't know anything about it. I hope it was wonderful and you enjoyed your time with your family. The food looks delicious too.

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  24. Happy Eid Ul Azha to you and your family, Baili! I hope that your eldest son had a good trip home and that you all had a wonderful day together. I'm sure that you put your heart into making your home welcoming and preparing favorite dishes for your hubby and sons. I hope after the excitement that you can relax a little. I enjoyed seeing the photos you chose from the internet. It helps me feel the joy and excitement, and I love all the vibrant colors. Sending you hugs and love, my friend!

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  25. Beautiful and colorful celebration with very inviting festival food.

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  26. Enjoy your celebration. The food looks lovely.

    Thank you. Love love, Andrew. Bye.

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  27. Oh how wonderful your food looks (wish I were there!)...and do enjoy your festival. I had never heard of it before...so many thanks for sharing these stunning pictures!

    Big Hugs xoxoxo

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  28. Enjoy your holiday Baili! Don't get too stressed :)

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  29. Was celebrated in Macau by the many Muslims who live here.

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  30. Oh Happy Day
    What beautiful pictures you publish on your blog.
    They are so colorful and tempting to the palate.
    I wish you great happiness.

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  31. Belated wishes for you Eid holiday, Baili, and many thanks for sharing about the traditions and foods. I hope that the time spent with your family was full of joy and happiness. Also, ope you did not over tire yourself with preparations.

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  32. Gostei de saber um pouco sobre Eid ul Azha e de ver as fotografias, cheias de encanto e fartura. Espero que tenha passado um dia excelente com a sua família.
    Um beijo.

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  33. What fabulous celebrations; blessings and good wishes to you. I love the henna hands, your pictures are vibrant and capture the excitement.

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  34. I hope you had a nice Eid festival and celebrations. The food look yummy!

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