It is very difficult to be aware of the exact Eid al Adha 2020 date in different countries. This problem occurs due to the difference in the sighting and visibility of the moon, as Islam follows the lunar calendar. In this content, we will tell you about the dates of ‘Eid al Adha 2020, ‘Eid al Adha in Muslim countries as well as ‘Eid al Adha’ non-Muslim countries.
What is Eid al Adha date? When it is celebrated?
‘Eid al Adha is one of the two holy events of Muslims. Muslims celebrate this to commemorate the heartbreaking sacrifice of the willingness of Prophet Ibrahim to sacrifice his son to god. But this act was interrupted by god. God was impressed by the sincerity of prophet Ibrahim and he exchanges the place of his son with a ram. For this reason, Muslims celebrate Eid al Adha.
‘Eid al Adha is celebrated on the 10th of Dhu al Hajjah. This is the last month of the Islamic calendar.
Date of Eid al Adha 2020
This year’s Eid al Adha starts on the evening of 31st July and will end on the evening of 3rd August 2020. This ‘Eid usually lasts for three days. Muslims can sacrifice the goats and cows within three days.
In the United Kingdom, France, the USA, and India the celebrations of ‘Eid will starts on 31st July.
Date of Eid al Adha for next years
These days may change due to the visibility of the moon.