Eid Ul Adha 2017 Date in Pakistan and Holidays

If you are looking for the Eid Ul Adha 2017 Date In Pakistan And Holidays than you are at right place. Today i’m going to tell you about the date and holidays of Eid Ul Adha in this article. As you all are know that the moon of Zilhaj has been sighted and the Eid Ul Adha is going to held on September 2017 . Eid Ul Adha is the religious obligation for Muslim and Muslim from all over the world use to celebrate their religious occasion of ‘Qurbani” on the 10th day of this well reputed and holy month of Zilhaj ( Dhu-al-Hijjah). Muslims from all over the world celebrates their holy occasion with great devotion every year. For Muslims from all over the world, Eid Ul Adha commemorates the day when Prophet Ibrahim (A.S) was going to sacrifice his son but was instructed by God to offer an animal instead. Muslims sacrifices their animal on this day to memorize that day. In this article i’m going to tell you about the Eid Ul Adha 2017 Date In Pakistan And Holidays.

Eid Ul Adha 2017 Date in Pakistan and Holidays

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Eid Ul Adha 2017 Date In Pakistan:

As the moon of holy month is sighted on September 2017 therefore Eid UL Adha is going to held on 13 September 2017 . This is the happiest occasion for Muslims from all over the world on which they sacrifices their animals and give their meet to the poor and needy people. If you are also looking for the date of Eid Ul Adha 2017 than let me know you that Eid Ul Adha is going to held on 13 September on Tuesday in 2017 .

Eid Ul Adha 2017 Holidays:

Eid Ul Adha is the occasion which brings happiness by every year. There are 4 national holidays in Pakistan for this happy occasion of Muslims. But wait a minute if you are looking for the holidays on Eid Ul Adha 2017 than let me tell you that this happy occasion has bring double happiness with it. There are total 6 Holidays on this Eid. As the Eid is going to held on Tuesday there for the holidays will remain from Saturday to Thursday. Four Holidays are for Eid and there is public holiday on every Saturday and Sunday.

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