Bakrid Mubarak! Eid Al Adha Wishes Quotes SMS Whatsapp Status DP Images


Eid al-Adha, which is also known as Festival of the Sacrifice or “Bakr-Eid” is the Muslim festival which is celebrated all over the world in the second half of the year. Eid al-Adha is considered to be holier one of the two Eids as this festival is celebrated to honour the sacrifice of the son of Abraham, which was stopped before the sacrifice could take place by an angel of god. People sacrifice an animal of their own nowadays in order to fulfil the sacrifice of a dear one.

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Some names of the festival also denote that this festival is after the completion of Hajj, the holy pilgrimage to Mecca. Eid al-Adha is called Hajj Celebration day in some countries like Malaysia and Indonesia. On the day of this holy festival, the meat of an animal that is sacrificed should be divided into 3 parts, one-third for the family, one-third for the relatives and one-third for the poor and needy.


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There are only a few people that know about the origin of the word Bakr-Eid, this hails from an Arabic word al-Baqara meaning “The Cow”. Although, in India, this word is misunderstood with an Urdu word Bakri, which means ‘goat’ because the festival is celebrated by sacrificing a goat in India. There is no fixed date of this festival according to the English calendar but the date varies according to the placement of moon.

Accept my deep heart prayers for you successful life on this day of Eid Al Adha. Wish you a Happy Eid.

Wish you and your family the blessings of Allah, a kindness of Allah and help of Allah on this day of Eid Al-Adha!

May beautiful flowers keep you in smiling frame of happiness on Eid Day! Wish you a very happy Sweet Eid Al-Adha!

On Eid Al-Adha, wish that Allah’s blessings light up the path and lead to happiness, Peace and success. Happy Eid!

May Eid be a special day that’s filled with warmth and love, and may it hold the happiness You’re so deserving of!

People wear new clothes and dress up in their best attires to celebrate these days and meet their relatives. The story of the origin of this festival about Abraham sacrificing his son is believed to be originated in Torah, the first book ever written by Moses and is also known as Akedah in Judaism. This festival will be celebrated in India on Tuesday, 13th September by everyone no matter what his religion is. We wish you and your family a very Happy Eid and Happy Feasting. This is it, for now, stay tuned for more updates and interesting articles.

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