Eid-Ul-Adha (Festival of Sacrifice), otherwise called Eid-e-Qurban, Bakra Eid, Eid-e-Esaar or Greater Eid, is a celebration celebrated on tenth day of Zilhaja, twelfth Islamic moth. It is the second one of the two religious Festivals celebrated by Muslims worldwide. Muslims start this event with Eid petition to God accompanied by sermon, after the sermon, the Muslims grip and trade welcome (Eid Mubarak) with one other. The principle occasion of the celebration is the reparation of Animals (like goat, sheep or cow and so on.), offer to honor the readiness of Hazrat Ibrahim (peace be upon him) to give up his offspring Ismael (peace be upon him) as a demonstration of compliance to God, before God interceded to furnish him with a ram to yield rather. Ordinarily the meat is isolated in three parts, one is held by the concerned family, the second part is given to relatives and companions and the third part is disseminated around poor and destitute individuals. On the Eid day individuals wear new dresses and visit their relative and companions houses to offer them Eid welcome. They are presented with sweets, products of the soil assortment of different china. The celebration is an extraordinary fun for children. When Eid day they revel in bolstering and improving the Sacrificial creatures. On the Eid day, they dress in their finest garments and visit their relatives and neighbors houses to offer Eid welcome, meet their companions and accept Eidi (Small measure of cash) from their older folks. Here are a few pictures brought in connection with Eid-Ul-Adha (Eid Of Sacrifice).