100+ Happy Bakrid Images 2020 Download now

100+ Happy Bakrid Images 2020 Download now | Eid al Adha or Bakra Eid is expected to be celebrated on Friday, 31 July, 2020. This is the tentative date as the actual date is contingent on the sighting of the moon of Dhul Hijjah, 1441, the 12th and last month of Islamic Calendar.

100+ Happy Bakrid Images 2020 Download now
100+ Happy Bakrid Images 2020 Download now
  • This year Eid al Adha day is on July 31, 2020 (Friday)
  • Eid Al Adha 2020: Quotes, Images, and More

If you’re looking for a way to Images your friends and family a Happy Bakrid Day, here is a list of 100+ Happy Bakrid Images 31 July 2020 which can be helpful to you.

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Some thing about Bakrid

At Eid al-Adha, many Muslims make a special effort to pray and listen to a sermon at a mosque. They also wear new clothes, visit family members and friends and may symbolically sacrifice an animal in an act known as qurbani. This represents the animal that Ibrahim sacrificed in the place of his son.

The day of Eid-ul-Adha falls on the tenth day in the final (twelfth) month of the Islamic Lunar Calendar; Dhu-al-Hijjah. The day that celebrations fall on is dependent on a legitimate sighting of the moon, following the completion of the annual Holy Pilgrimage of Hajj – which is an obligation for all Muslim’s who fit specific criteria, one of the important Five Pillars of Islam.

The celebration of Eid-ul-Adha is to commemorate Prophet Ibrahim’s devotion to Allah SWT and his readiness to sacrifice his son, Ismail. At the very point of sacrifice, Allah SWT replaced Ismail with a ram, which was to be slaughtered in place of his son.

This command from Allah SWT was a test of Prophet Ibrahim’s willingness and commitment to obey his Lord’s command, without question. Therefore, Eid-ul-Adha means the festival of sacrifice.