CROWDS AT EID-UL-ADHA Introduction Eid-Ul-Adha, an Islamic festival which is also known as ‘Bakri Eid' is celebrated on the 10th of Dhu-al-Hijjah and lasts for three days. During these days one can witness crowds everywhere from marketplaces to the holy places. Let's discuss some of the places that can be seen overloaded with the huge mass during this festival.
Crowd at Mecca It is a wish of every Muslim to do Haj once in a life and celebrate this auspicious day of Eid-Ul- Adha in Mecca. Hence, results into the huge crowds at a place, nearly two to three million from all over the world during these days. The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia appoints around 70,000 security personnel every year for handling these crowds. Also Read: A festival with one of the biggest crowds in India The crowd is like a wave of white robes swinging on the path. A Huge mass of Muslims perform prayers on ‘Mount Arafa' and then move on to have feast with their families and friends. But sometimes due to the occurrence of the stampede, people also suffer from injuries during these ceremonies. Crowd in Mumbai Mumbai is one of the most crowded cities in India, and we find it more crowded on festival occasions, one of the festivals is Eid-Ul-Adha. As during the namaz of Eid, we can see people are even unable to comprise in the mosque due to heavy crowds. Crowds at Restaurants and Recreational Parks On the third day of the Eid, Different Restaurants having different varieties of mutton and the famous dish ‘Mutton Biryani' are over filled with excited and happy people. Also, they take their families out for enjoyment in recreational parks and gardens and have fun there during and after the festival. Conclusion In the end, Q-Manager® would like to say that people grandly celebrate the festival of Eid, and it is agreeable that for some days, it makes cities crowded and mainly their holy place Mecca, but it is the sole responsibility of individuals to be safe and celebrate the festival at peace. Note: Q-Manager Provides Belt Posts/ Rope Posts/ Chain Posts/ Double Belt Posts/ Stand Alone Units/ Cafe Barriers/ Sign Holders/ Merchandising Bowl/ Plastic Wall Clips/ Stainless Steel Chains/ Velvet Ropes/ Printed Belts/ Floor Stands for crowd control at various events and places. Visit http://q-manager.com/ for the details.