Eid al-Adha on the 10th of Dhul-Hijah is also known as the "Hajj Day". Where Muslims are performing the main hajj. Namely before staying at Arafat. They all wear white and seamless clothes. Called ihram clothes. Symbolizes the rules and outlook on life. Besides Eid al-Adha. It is called the Eid Hajj. Also called "Eid Qurban". Because on that day Allah SWT gave an opportunity to get closer.
Millions of Muslims around the world certainly celebrate this beautiful moment. Eid al-Adha is called giving the opportunity to get closer to Allah. For Muslims who have not been able to do the pilgrimage. Then he is given the opportunity to sacrifice. That is by slaughtering sacrificial animals as a symbol of piety and love of Muslims to Allah SWT. Usually Muslims gather in the morning and do the Eid al-Adha prayer together in a large field or in the mosque. Just like we do the prayer of Eid ul-Fitr. After the prayer is over. It’s time for us to do animal slaughter. Not all animals can be slaughtered. Only allowed include goats, sheep, and the camel.
Eid al-Adha celebrations can be done with various activities. Starting from praying together after that as usual visiting family of course. The goal is to strengthen brotherhood. And don't forget to eat together with big family. Like eating rendang, rawon, gulai kambing. And there are still many other foods that are usually served when Eid al-Adha celebration.