Eid-ul-Adha which is known as Meaty Eid likely to be celebrated on 28th June 2023.
The Met department and Astronomers predicted that, the new moon of the last Islamic month will be born on 18th June, at 8:38 PM after the conjunction. The new moon is likely to remain visible for nearly half an hour, and can also be seen in Cairo on the same day.
In Arab nations, the Dhu al-Hijjah moon is likely to be visible for up to 45 minutes and the final Islamic month will start on 19th June 2023. As per the fresh prediction, Arafat will be observed on 27th June, and the Islamic event of Sacrifice Eid-ul-Adha will be celebrated on Wednesday, 28th June 2023.
Pakistani government, in this regard, has not announced any date as the country’s top moon sighting committee as per the tradition and Islamic law holds meeting to announce the dates for Islamic festivals.
Remember that Eid-ul-Adha is the second of the major Islamic festival which is being celebrated by Muslims across the globe on the 10th day of Dhu al-Hijjah. Muslims traditionally slaughter animals as a symbolic act of sacrifice.
The meat of animals is then divided into family members, friends and neighbours, and among poor and needy as it is time for prayer, reflection, and spending time with family and friends.