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Eid al-Adha 2024 Expected Date in Pakistan: Details

Eid al-Adha 2024 Expected Date in Pakistan: Details

When is Eid al-Adha 2024 in Pakistan? Unveiling the Celestial Secret

Eid al-Adha, the revered “Festival of Sacrifice,” is a highly anticipated event for Muslims worldwide, and Pakistanis are no exception.

As the crescent moon of Zilqad graces the night sky, a thrilling question takes hold: when exactly will Eid al-Adha be celebrated in 2024?

The answer, like the moon itself, remains a beautiful celestial secret until the sighting of the Zilhajj moon.

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However, the Pakistan Meteorological Department (MET) offers a helping hand by providing two possible scenarios based on the lunar cycle.

Two Possible Dates for Eid al-Adha 2024:

  • Scenario 1 (Zilqad: 29 Days): If the current month of Zilqad concludes after 29 days, the Zilhajj moon will be sighted on June 8th, 2024. This joyous occasion would then unfold on June 17th, 2024.
  • Scenario 2 (Zilqad: 30 Days): In the case of Zilqad extending to 30 days, the Zilhajj moon will appear on June 9th, 2024. Consequently, Eid al-Adha celebrations would shift to June 18th, 2024.

The official announcement will be made by the Central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee after the sighting of the Zilhajj moon is confirmed.

Celebrating the Spirit of Sacrifice:

Eid al-Adha, also known as the “Greater Eid,” transcends the excitement of a festive occasion. It commemorates Prophet Ibrahim’s (Abraham) unwavering faith and his willingness to sacrifice his son as an act of obedience to God’s command.

This profound story serves as a potent reminder of the importance of sacrifice, devotion, and unwavering faith.

Traditions of Eid al-Adha:

Traditionally, Eid al-Adha is marked by the ceremonial slaughter of livestock, often sheep, goats, or cows. The meat is then divided into three portions: one for the family, one for relatives and friends, and the final portion distributed amongst the less fortunate. This practice, known as Qurbani, embodies the spirit of communal harmony, compassion, and charity that lies at the heart of Islam.

The Enduring Spirit of Eid al-Adha:

The act of sacrifice extends beyond the first day of Eid. It encompasses the entire three-day celebration, reflecting the spirit of generosity and devotion that defines this auspicious occasion.

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