Eid al-Adha is one of the two blessed Eids that we celebrate as Muslims.

What is Eid al-Adha?

On Eid al-Adha we remember the sacrifice made by Prophet Ibrahim (AS).

In remembrance of his sacrifice and to help the poor and needy, we give our own sacrifice: Qurbani

What date is Eid-al Adha 2023? 

The date may vary according to moon sightings in different parts of the world, but Eid-al Adha 2023 is predicted to begin at sunset on Wednesday 28th June 2023.

How many days is Eid-al Adha? 

Eid-al Adha is celebrated for 3 days.


When does Eid al-Adha end?

As the celebration lasts for 3 days, if Eid-al Adha begins at sunset on Wednesday 28th June, it will end on Saturday 1st July 2023.

Sacrifice on Eid al-Adha

Following the Eid prayer on the first day of Eid al-Adha, we stat to offer a sacrifice – Qurbani – to remember the sacrifice made by Prophet Ibrahim (AS) to Allah (SWT).

A portion of this meat (from a sheep, goat, cow or camel) then goes to help our brothers and sisters in need.

Observances on Eid

As with any festival and important occasion, we follow the example of Prophet Muhammad (SAW).

There are various Sunnah acts of worship you can do on the day of Eid. Discover the Sunnah acts of worship here.

Eid prayers

Eid prayer is an important part of the day.

Find out everything you need to know about prayer on Eid here.

Make sure you donate your Qurbani and and not miss out of the blessings of this blessed time!

Donate Qurbani now and make your sacrifice.

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