The festival of Eid is being celebrated on 12th August this year. The information about it is revealed ten days before Eid. Similarly, the festival of Eid-ul-Juha or Bakriad will be celebrated on 12th August. Two months after Eid-ul-Fitr is celebrated nine days later. This is a special way to set the date and the day is celebrated.
In fact, Sayyed Ahmad Bukhari, Imam of Delhi's Jama Masjid, also said that the moon of the last month of the Islamic calendar had been seen earlier this month. The festival of Eid will be celebrated on 12th August. The moon of Eid-ul-Azha appears 10 days ago. The moon had appeared in different cities of Delhi and Uttar Pradesh, said Maulana Mufti Mukram Ahmed, shahi imam of Fatehpuri Mosque. The festival of Bakra Eid will be celebrated on Monday 12th August.
On this day of Eid, people of Islam offer sacrifices to animals like goats, sheep, camels, etc. The meat of the sacrifice is divided into three parts on the day of the goat. One for self, the other for relatives and the third for the poor. On the day of Bakrid, all people pray cleanly and are dressed in new clothes.