Expected Date for Eid-ul-Azha 2023 Revealed

According to astronomical estimates, Eid-ul-Azha would most likely be celebrated on June 28, with Arafat Day falling on June 27.

According to the forecasting, the new moon of Zil Hajj will be born following the conjunction on Sunday, June 18 at 8:38 PM.

Eid-ul-Azha, commonly known as the event of Sacrifice, is a major Islamic event celebrated worldwide. Muslims gather for communal prayers, beneficial activities, and the sacrifice of an animal, usually a sheep.

On the Day of Arafat, Muslim pilgrims gather outside Makkah in the fields of Arafat, an essential component of the Hajj pilgrimage. This day is worth noting because it is believed that Allah forgives the sins of all true repentant travelers.

While the holiday is observed on the 10th of Zil Hajj, the 12th and final month of the Islamic calendar, the exact date varies from year to year because the sighting of the crescent moon determines the exact start of each lunar month.

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