Happy Eid al-Adha Images: Bakrid, the festival of sacrifice and sacred carnival celebrated by Muslims all over the world. This is the second significant festival they celebrate after Ramadan. Bakrid is also called as Eid al–Adha or Id-ul–Adha. It is celebrated on 2nd September this year, 2017.
Muslims wake up early in the morning and wear new clothes. They form Namaz very early as they have to convey their prayers to Allah without having breakfast. After completion of Namaz, they have breakfast as ‘Roti.’ Then they will go for a sacrifice of an animal that is most probably a goat. The name itself defines ‘Bakri’ is the goat.
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According to the Islamic lunar calendar, Bakrid month starts from the 10th day of Dhul-Hajjah and will last for three days. People who perform the sacrifice can go for it on any one of these three days. Share Happy Eid al-Adha Pics with quotes with people you care the most.
The Islamic tradition and one of the five pillars of Islam Hajj pilgrimage turn around the story of Ibrahim and his family. Eid al Adha is a celebration of enthusiastic faith of the devotees towards Allah and his words in “Quran.”
The month of Bakrid is regarded as the sacred month to perform Hajj. People prefer to visit Saudi Arabia and perform Hajj at Mecca. Eid memorializes prophet Ibrahim’s unselfish act of sacrificing his son Ishmael to God. This day is celebrated at the end of Hajj.Every Muslim wears the new dress and performs Namaz to please the god. They present gifts to relatives and celebrate it will all the happiness.
The gracious Allah (God) has ordered his disciple Ibrahim to sacrifice his son Ishmael. Prophet sees in his dream that Allah has asked him to sacrifice his most adorable thing. Ibrahim being a follower of Allah obeys his command and get ready for the sacrifice and his son, Ishmael agreed to be sacrificed for the sake of Allah.
At the final moment, Ishmael gets replaced by a goat. Allah tests the truth and compliance of Ibrahim towards him, and in remembrance of this, it is celebrated as a festival of sacrifice. On this auspicious people exchange Eid al adha greetings and wishes by hugging each other. Those who are distant from each other exchange Happy Eid al-Adha Mubarak Images, Pic and Photos via Facebook and Whatsapp. Here we provide some Bakrid wallpapers and GIFs to make this festival more colorful.