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Orang Malaysia ni kreatif dia memang power. Rumah kampung pun boleh dimodenkan macam rekaan barat! Memang betul #MalaysiaBoleh!

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Alhamdulillah.rumah habis raya namanya ni.baru siap. rumah ni di Senaling, Kuala Pilah. Kos untuk buat rumah sahaja rm65k .Cabinet dapur upah tukang yang sama rm2.5k tak termasuk dapur & sinki.

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Celebrating Hari Raya – The Differences between Puasa and Haji

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Hari Raya Puasa and Hari Raya Haji are the two most important festivals celebrated by Muslims in Malaysia and around the world – but how do both these festivals differ? Here’s a look at each celebration’s distinct characteristics!

Hari Raya Puasa and Hari Raya Haji are important Muslim holy days celebrated worldwide, and marked with a public holiday in Malaysia. While both are considered ‘Great Days’ in the Muslim calendar, each are commemorated in different ways.

In conjunction with the upcoming Hari Raya Haji celebrations, we’ve put together a guide to show the distinct differences between both festivals!

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6 things to know about Hari Raya Haji

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One of the great things about living in Malaysia is the opportunity to experience so many different religious and cultural festivals – Hari Raya Haji is just one of them! Besides enjoying the lovely public holiday on 12 August, why not brush up on your knowledge of the festival at the same time?

1. Hari Raya Haji and Hari Raya Puasa are not the same thing.

Hari Raya Puasa marks the end of the fasting month of Ramadan, while Hari Raya Haji marks the end of the Hajj.

2. Hari Raya Haji marks the end of the Hajj, the annual Muslim pilgrimage to the holy city of Mecca.

Each year, millions of worshippers flock to Islam’s most sacred mosque, Al-Masjid Al-Ḥarām. By performing the Hajj, devotees show their commitment to God. Muslims who are physically and financially able to are required to go on the pilgrimage at least once in their lives. The Hajj involves various rituals, including circling the Ka’abah (a building in the middle of the mosque) seven times. The Ka’abah is also where Muslims face for prayer wherever they are in the world. It’s not necessarily a cheap trip – some spend thousands of dollars to make the pilgrimage.

3. Also known as Eid al-Adha – “the feast of the sacrifice” – Hari Raya Haji commemorates the great faith of the Prophet Ibrahim (Abraham).

He obeyed God’s command to sacrifice his son Ismail. As Ibrahim was about to kill his son on the altar, God intervened and provided a sheep for the sacrifice instead.

4. Similar to Hari Raya Puasa, the day starts off bright and early.

Dressed in their finest traditional wear, Muslim worshippers will head to the mosque for sermons and prayers.

5. A korban (sacrifice) is performed in remembrance of Ibrahim’s faith and obedience to God.

Livestock such as sheep, lambs and goats are slaughtered. The meat is usually given to worshippers and donated to the needy.

6. Hari Raya Haji has a more spiritual focus.

It doesn’t have the same concentration on feasting as a main part of the celebrations like Hari Raya Puasa, but you can still expect to see tables lined with traditional foods in Muslim homes. After prayers, Muslims visit family and friends.

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Aznil yakin tak mudah dilupakan.

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Sumber : NSTP

Pengacara terkenal, Datuk Aznil Nawawi, 57, yakin dirinya tidak akan dilupakan begitu sahaja walaupun ramai bakat lebih muda muncul di persada hiburan, seiring perkembangan era digital.

Dia juga berhasrat untuk terus berbakti terhadap dunia penyiaran selagi khidmat dan tenaganya diperlukan.

“Bagi saya, tidak pernah timbul isu orang mengangkat dan kemudian melupakan saya kerana kehadiran era digital mahupun pengacara muda. Pasti orang takkan mudah lupa sejarah yang tercipta dalam hidup saya sebagai pengacara.

“Saya pernah mencipta sejarah sebagai hos paling lama bertahan di negara ini, memenangi trofi pengacara popular Anugerah Bintang Popular BH (10 kali), dilantik sebagai ikon oleh Kementerian Pendidikan dan kemenangan pada peringkat Asia. Semua sejarah itu tidak boleh dipadamkan oleh sesiapa.

“Semuanya juga menjadi harta dan kebanggaan saya yang pernah berada di tempat berkenaan. Nama saya juga pernah diiktiraf oleh Malaysia Book of Records (Kategori Pengacara Paling Lama Berkhidmat),” katanya yang hampir tiga dekad terbabit dalam bidang pengacaraan.

Ujarnya juga, jika dia seorang pengacara yang tidak berilmu, mungkin akan ada yang melupakan dirinya dan dia sendiri pasti berasa hati andainya begitulah permulaannya dalam bidang terbabit.

Bercakap kepada BH Online Aznil berkata, dia tidak berasa goyah mahupun iri hati melihat kebangkitan pengacara generasi baharu di pentas seni.

“Insya-Allah, saya takkan ‘sakit’ ataupun berdepan situasi konon sudah berada pada era kejatuhan. Saya sebaliknya menunggu jika ada antara pengacara masa kini yang boleh melepasi pencapaian saya. Jika ada yang mampu berbuat demikian, saya akan cukup berbangga.

“Pada masa sama, saya takkan berkecil hati andai ada yang membuat provokasi konon saya tidak boleh menerima kenyataan hidup atau dipinggirkan. Semua itu tidak penting. Saya percaya, suatu hari nanti, diri ini mungkin akan dicari lagi bagi berkongsi apa yang pernah dilakar selama ini,” katanya.

Sumber : BH Online

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