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Eid-ul-Adha or 'the feast of the sacrifice', commemorates Prophet Ibrahim's unselfish act of sacrificing his son Ishmael to God. This important holiday is celebrated at the end of Hajj, which is an annual pilgrimage to Mecca. Send free Eid ul Adha Cards to all your  friends and loved ones from our collection.
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Blessings Be With You On Eid ul-Adha! - 2010 Free Eid ul Adha Card
Blessings Be With You On Eid ul-Adha!
Reach out to your near and dear ones on Eid ul-Adha with this beautiful wish.
Joy To You And Your Family On Eid... - 2010 Free Eid ul Adha Card
Joy To You And Your Family On Eid...
Wish Allah's love and blessings on Eid ul-Adha and always.
Warm Wishes On Eid ul-Adha. - 2010 Free Eid ul Adha Card
Warm Wishes On Eid ul-Adha.
On Eid, wish that Allah grants all wishes and answers to all prayers.
Joyous Moments On Eid! - 2010 Free Eid ul Adha Card
Joyous Moments On Eid!
A beautiful thought for your dear one on Eid ul-Adha.
A Blissful Eid ul-Adha. - 2010 Free Eid ul Adha Card
A Blissful Eid ul-Adha.
Wish on Eid that Allah's blessings be showered on your friends.
Peace And Happiness On Eid ul-Adha! - 2010 Free Eid ul Adha Card
Peace And Happiness On Eid ul-Adha!
An elegant ecard to wish everyone happiness on Eid ul-Adha.
Eid ul-Adha Flowers... - 2010 Free Eid ul Adha Card
Eid ul-Adha Flowers...
With these flowers on Eid ul-Adha, wish that Allah brings happiness and smiles.
May Allah Bless You On Eid ul-Adha! - 2010 Free Eid ul Adha Card
May Allah Bless You On Eid ul-Adha!
Send your dear ones the blessings of Allah with this wonderful Eid ul-Adha ecard.
On Eid From Miles Away... - 2010 Free Eid ul Adha Card
On Eid From Miles Away...
Send your warm wishes on Eid ul-Adha praying that Allah blesses your family with happiness and love.

What Is Eid Ul Adha?

This very important Muslim holiday is celebrated at the end of Hajj, which is an annual pilgrimage to Mecca. The ‘Festival of Sacrifice’ is followed by a ‘Feast of Sacrifice’, which pays homage to the Prophet Abraham’s(PBUH) unselfish act of sacrificing his son, Ishmael, to God. In turn, God spared the boy’s life and instead substituted a sheep. Now in remembrance, people sacrifice a lamb, goat, or other animal, and give the meat to family, friends, relatives, and most importantly, the poor.

Eid-Ul-Adha is a four-day holiday and celebration. It commences on the 10th day of Thul Hijjah and is celebrated in a manner similar to Eid-Ul-Fitr. It starts with a special holiday prayer, performed in congregation in the Masjid (Mosque) or other suitable place. It is a time of celebration, of visiting family and friends and of thanking ALLAH (Subhanahu wa ta'ala), for all the blessings bestowed upon us. Fasting is prohibited during these days.

Eid Ul Adha Prayer

Allaho-Akber, Allaho-Akber. La ila-ha ill-lal-lah. Allaho-Akber, Allaho-Akber. Wa-lilahill hamd. 

(Allah is great, Allah is great. There is no god but Allah. Allah is great, Allah is great. And all praises are for Allah). 


The Sacrifice Prayer

Innee waj-jahtu wajhiya lilladhee fataras-samaawaati wal-arda haneefan wa maa ana minal-mushrikeen
Inna salaatee wa nusukee wa mahyaaya wa mamaatee lillaahi rabbil-‘aalameen • Laa shareeka lahu wa bi dhalika umirtu wa ana aw-walul-muslimeen.
Allaahumma minka wa laka 
Bismillaahi Allaahu akbar
(Verily I divert my attention to the Lord Who has created the heavens and the earth: (I do so) as one by nature upright, and I am not of the idolaters. Truly my prayer, my sacrifice, my life and my death are all for Allah the Lord of the Worlds He has no partner and thus am I commanded and I am the first of those who surrender to Him. Oh Allah! (This sacrifice is) from You and for You; In the name of Allah. Allah is the Greatest!)

Allaahumma taqabbalhu minnee kamaa taqabbalta min habeebika Muhammadin wa khaleelika Ibraahima ‘alayhimas-salaatu was-salaam.
(O Allah! Accept this from me as You accepted it from Your beloved Muhammad and Your befriended Ibrahim, peace and blessings be upon them both.)

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