However, Rashi justifies the derash not on the basis of linguistics, but on an aggadah in TB Shabbat 88a (with parallels in Avodah Zarah 2b, Mekhilta Ba-Hodesh 3, etc.), where Rabbi Avdimi (elsewhere called Dimi) bar Hama says: "The Holy One, Blessed be He, lifted the mountain over them like an [inverted] barrel (giggit) and said, 'If you accept the Torah, all will be well: but if not, this will be your burial place'." (3) The biblical text itself lends no explicit support to this tableau, although the Sages read it into the story in order to draw out a religious teaching.
A further note should be added about tahtit and giggit: since both end in it, the Sages--perhaps with a droll sense of humor--may be positing a contrast of opposites (something low with something high).
Islamabad -- Eid-ul-Azha would be celebrated with religious devotion and enthusiasm in four provinces of the country, Azad Kashmir, Giggit
Baltistan and some areas of FATA today (Saturday).