When Should Eid Al Adha 2020 in UK Be Celebrated | Eid Holidays in July
The Eid al Adha 2020 in the UK will be going to celebrate on 31 July his year because the dates are finalized due to the moon sightings of eid al Adha. The Eid al Adha will celebrate on the 10th day of the month of Dhu al hijjah. Moreover, the daily routine and the eid day routine have a major difference between them. This difference will be discussed with you in this post.
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When is Eid Al Adha celebrated
This year 2020 In the United Kingdom, this ‘Eid starts on the evening of Thursday, July 30 and ends on the evening of Monday, August 3. About 2.8 Muslims living in the United Kingdom celebrates ‘Eid al Adha.
How Eid al Adha is celebrated
- As it is a tradition, Muslims first take “ghusl” in which they clean up their body. They wear fine outfits and also use some perfume.
- After that, Muslims offer prayer in the mosque or in any open but clean area. They can offer prayer in any open or wide-field where all the Muslims can gather. In the united kingdom, Muslims often offer their ‘Eid prayer in parks.
- Then, without any wastage of time, they slaughter their animals which they had brought. This method is known as
- They distribute the third part of the meat to poor and needy people third to the relatives and the last third they keep by themselves.
When it comes according to the Gregorian calendar?
According to the Islamic calendar, ‘Eid al Adha is celebrated on the 10th day of Dhu al- hajjah, which is the twelfth and the last month. It usually lasts for four days. It is also called greater ‘Eid and sacrifice feast. The very first days marks the end of the annual hajj pilgrimage to Makkah.
As Islam follows the lunar calendar, so this ‘Eid varies according to the Gregorian calendar. The beginning of the new moth depends upon the sighting of the moon’s crescent which follows the new moon. Moon can be seen when the sky is clear, so the dates of ‘Eid and the beginning of months changes from year to year. Since the visibility of the moon is never clear at once all across the world and the local updates are different from one region to another. Hope you like my article. Wish you the best ever ‘Eid!