In our country, only a housewife has to do the housework. Whether a woman has a job or a housewife, she has to take care of the kitchen.
This is a duty for which she does not get any compensation or leave. On holidays, she spends most of her time here. There is a long list of orders for the holidays that the woman has to fulfil.
Women’s activities on Eid day
In our country, women spend the day of Eid in the kitchen like other days. Most of the time. They just wear a new Eid suit to go for Eid prayers for a while and then come back and put on simple household clothes that are in the kitchen. I find it difficult to cook with new clothes and there is a risk of the clothes getting damaged during cooking.
What to cook on Eid, how much to cook, when to cook, why to cook, how many to cook for which person, what to serve to which guest, how many dishes to make, what will happen in the dessert. All these days It is thought first and the goods are ordered and the women start preparing food for the moonlit night which is often complicated and time-consuming.
Waking up early on the day of Eid and making it sweet, then returning from Eid prayers and making special dishes which include special dishes of Eid. such as Qorma, Biryani, Pulao, masala meat, nuggets, Shami Kebab, Roast, various sauces etc. Are
What do men do on Eid-Ul-Adha?
Men go out of the house to share meat by sacrificing, to meet friends, relatives, to go for walks, or to watch TV at home. But it is women who are the ones who entertain the family and the guests who come to the house.
For the sake of orbits, the head performs the duties, sometimes making tea and sometimes coffee and with them a lot of accessories such as nuggets, chicken rolls, fritters, Samosas, yoghurt Bhalla, Chana Chaat, fruit licks, kachoris and what not to make. The four become light so that the family is happy.
There is no doubt that whether it is Eid-UL-Fitr or Eid-UL-Adha, women’s engagements increase more than usual because it is a festival of happiness in which relatives and loved ones visit each other’s homes. Eid-UL-Adha is exclusively attributed to Qurbani, so women’s kitchens are more busy than usual.
Despite such a busy schedule, women do not forget to prepare for this day. Preparation of clothes and jewelry for the season is already done. This time too, since Eid-UL-Adha is in the summer season, women Beautiful costumes have been prepared and matching jewellery has also been arranged.
It would not be out of place to say that meat dishes are the pride of the table on Eid-UL-Adha.
Ninety per cent of the households offer sacrifices on the first day of Eid. Ten per cent of the households offer sacrifices on the second day of Eid. In both cases, the emphasis is on meeting loved ones and relatives. The tradition of eating meat dishes on the days of Eid-UL-Adha is very old.
How is it possible to have sacrifices at home and not make new dishes? Now the tradition of eating and cooking teak on Eid is very old.
The parties on the second or third day of Eid are not limited to teak but briyani in these parties. Kebab Kofta Roasted Meat Bani Ran Hunter Beef Bihari Buti Silk Kebab Chapli Kebab Plenty of meat dishes are served.
After all the hospitality of the day, the busyness of the women decreases a little and in the evening they go somewhere and get a chance to get ready. There are separate outfits for the day while there are separate pairs for evening and night embellishments.
These days it is usually preferred to wear light colours during the day and in the evening or at night a combination of dark and light colors is introduced. This is how fashion designers have made it easier to choose clothes