Eid-ul-Adha is one of the special festivals celebrated by Muslims celebrate the festival of Eid-ul-Adha in remembrance of prophet Abraham’s readiness to sacrifice his son Ishmael to God. On Eid-Ul-Adha Muslims sacrifice their domestic animals, like goat, sheep, cow, camel etc. This sacrifice of animals is made by Muslims to pay a tribute to prophet Abraham, as he was ready to sacrifice his son but God gave him a Sheep to sacrifice.
Islamic month starts at end of the day, on the day when lunar crescent comes into view after the new moon that can be seen with a naked eye. It is seen that the observability depends on a number of factors such as:
So the visibility of moon at any place on earth cannot be predicted in advance and therefore this festival of Eid-Ul-Adha is celebrated on different days in several places all over the world.
Since the lunar calendar depicts the date of Eid-Ul-Adha, it is seen that every year Eid-Ul-Adha occurs eleven days before the previous years Eid-Ul-Adha
|Mon||Oct 6||2014||Eid ul-Adha|
|Fri||Sep 23||2015||Eid ul-Adha|
|Tue||Sep 13||2016||Eid ul-Adha|
|Fri||Sep 1||2017||Eid ul-Adha|
|Tue||Aug 21||2018||Eid ul-Adha|
|Sun||Aug 11||2019||Eid ul-Adha|
|Fri||July 31||2020||Eid ul-Adha|
|Eid-ul-Fitr||5 June 2019|
|Eid-ul-Adha||11 August 2019|
|Eid-ul-Milad||10 November 2019|