India celebrates Bakrid 

Published: 21st August 2018 02:32 PM  |   Last Updated: 22nd August 2018 06:23 PM  

Bakrid is the Muslim festival of sacrifice and marks the end of Haj Pilgrimage. Indians are offering prayers and awaiting the Eid special delicacies of 'Gosht' and 'Biriyani'. IN PIC: New-Delhi Muslims gather to offer 'Eid prayers' on early Wednesday morning. (Photo | PTI)
Coimbatore Muslim women offer prayers on the occasion of Bakrid festival of sacrifice at a school ground in Coimbatore on Wednesday Aug 22 2018. (Photo | PTI)
Chennai Muslims offer their Bakrid prayer at the Triplicane Mosque in Chennai on Wednesday.(Photo | EPS/ Ashwin Prasath)
Sheep for sale at Vyasarpadi in Chennai on ahead of Bakrid celebrations. ( Photo|EPS)
A man takes his goats home ahead of the sacrificial Bakrid festival in New Delhi. (Photo|AFP)
Muslim men dressed in Kurtas enter Delhi's Jama Masjid for offering Bakrid prayers on early Wednesday morning. (Photo | EPS/ Parveen Negi)
Muslims in Kolkata gather on the auspicious occassion of Bakrid to donate for the Kerala Flood victims. (Photo | PTI)
Muslims offering prayers at the Taj Mahal, Agra on Bakrid. (Photo | PTI)
Members of Dawoodi Bohra community offers Bakrid prayers in Bhopal. (Photo | PTI)
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