Makkah, Saudi Arabia: After spending the night in Muzdalifa, pilgrims have returned to Mina where they are performing the Rami al-Jamarat (the stoning of the big Satan) on the morning of first day of Eid-ul-Azha, the 10th Zihaj today.
Then Pilgrims will perform the Tawaf of Kaba (7 rounds) and do the Saee (walk between Safa and Marwa, 7 times).
Thereafter, they will come back to their tents in Mina. Next day, on 11th of Zihaj all pilgrims need to do is the Rami (stoning of all three Satans) and after stoning, then will come back to their tents in Mina.
Last day of Hajj, 12th Zihaj, pilgrims will perform the Rami (stoning of all three Satans). And their Hajj rituals are completed.
Following the symbolic stoning of the devil, Muslim pilgrims also perform the ritual of sacrificing sheep and cattle, marking the first day of Eid al-Adha. The day marks the peak of the Hajj pilgrimage and Muslims around the world celebrate the following three days in honor of the occasion.