Eid Al Adha 2020: Muslims across the world celebrate this day with a lot of excitement and grandeur. This festival is also known as Bakrid, the day of sacrifice.
Eid is a grand festival when all the family members, close friends, and dear relatives meet and celebrate together with great food, amazing gifts, and create everlasting memories
- This year Eid Al Adha day is on July 31, 2020 (Friday)
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If you’re looking for a way to Quotes and Images your friends and family a Happy Bakrid Day, here is a list of Quotes, Wishes, and Images for Eid Al Adha 31 July 2020 which can be helpful to you.
Eid Al Adha Quotes 2020
1. “Some words can be left unsaid, Some feeling can be left unexpressed, But person like u can never be forgotten on this day EID MUBARAK”
2. “May this Eid fills your life with the brightest of colours. Here’s wishing you and your family a very happy Eid.”
3. “May Allah almighty bless u with Sehat, Rahat, Nemat, Izzat, Barkat, Dault, Salamti, Hayati, Kamyabi & unlimited khushiyan EID MUBARAK 2020”
4. “May God’s blessings and kindness be with you and your family, always! Eid Mubarak.”
5. “Eid is a day of sharing what we have and caring for others. May you have a wonderful Eid this year!”
6. “May the God Almighty show you on the right path and help you in every step of your life. Eid Mubarak 2020!”
7. “May Allah bring you and your family happiness, peace and prosperity on this auspicious occasion. Eid Mubarak!”
8. “Eid is meant to celebrate the goals and achievements that make you the happiest; the ideals you believe in and the dream that you love the most. Eid Mubarak”
9. “May this special day bring peace, happiness and prosperity to everyone. Eid Mubarak!”
10. “May God give you happiness of heaven above. Happy Eid Mubarak To You All.”
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Do You Know About Eid Al Adha
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.
Known as Eid al-Adha, Eid ul Adha, Id-ul-Azha, Id-ul-Zuha, Hari Raya Haji or Bakr-id; the ‘Feast of Sacrifice’ is the most important feast of the Muslim calendar.
This festival is celebrated throughout the Muslim world as a commemoration of Prophet Abraham’s willingness to sacrifice everything for God.
Traditions of Bakrid
Bakrid concludes the Pilgrimage to Mecca. Eid al-Adha lasts for three days and commemorates Ibrahim’s (Abraham) willingness to obey God by sacrificing his son.
The same story appears in the Bible and is familiar to Jews and Christians. One key difference is that Muslims believe the son was Ishmael rather than Isaac as told in the Old Testament. Eid Al Lahma, which means the ‘meat Eid’
According to the Quran, Ibrahim was about to sacrifice his son when a voice from heaven stopped him and allowed him to make something else as a ‘great sacrifice’. In the Old Testament, it is a ram that is sacrificed instead of the son.