Bashundhara Group Managing Director Sayem Sobhan Anvir has shared the joy of Eid-ul-Azha with distressed and helpless people and orphans by sacrificing animals and distributing meats in more than 200 places in the country.
He has distributed the meats of the sacrificial animals among the destitute and helpless people and orphans.
Dealers of Bashundhara Cement and Bashundhara Bitumen extended their cooperation in this
It can be mentioned that sacrifice is one of the most ancient acts of worship in the world. From the first Prophet Adam (AS) to the last Prophet Muhammad (SAW), all the prophets and messengers of the world have sacrificed. In the farewell Hajj, the Prophet Muhammad (SAW) sacrificed 100 camels in gratitude to Allah. Of them, he slaughtered some 63 while the rest was slaughtered by Ali (RA). (Sunane Tahabi, Hadith: 6236) The Prophet Muhammad (SAW) used to divide the meat of the sacrificial animal into three parts and distributed it among his relatives and helpless people and had it by himself.
It is narrated from Abdullah ibn Abbas (RA) that Rasulullah (SAW) used to feed his family one-third of the sacrifices, feed his neighbours one-third and rest one-third used to be given among beggars. (Al-Mughni: 9/449)
On the instruction, Bashundhara Group Managing Director Sayem Sobhan Anvir has sacrificed animals in more than 200 places.