Eid ul Adha 2020 Moon not sighted in India, Pakistan, and Bangladesh in 2020: Eid ul Adha will be celebrated on Saturday, August 1, 2020. The chairman of the Central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee, Mufti Munib-ur-Rehman, will be found in Pakistan on Friday. Said after the new moon.
The meeting of the Central Ruet-e-Hilal Committee of Pakistan, hosted by Mufti Muni-Ur-Rehman, was held today in Karachi to confirm the discovery of the Eid-ul-Azha satellite.
Pakistan, India, and Bangladesh have decided to celebrate Eid ul adha in these two countries on Saturday, August 1, 2020.
The lunar targeting committees of India and Bangladesh announced on Tuesday that they could see the release of the new moon beginning in the holy month of Dhul Hijjah in all parts of the country.
Imarat e Sharaiyah Hind New Delhi and Markazi Ruyat e Hilal Committee, Jama Masjid Mumbai, also confirmed the sight of the moon today.
Reports on lunar targeting have also been confirmed by the Goalpada district of Assam, the Deoband of Uttar Pradesh, and the Sitamarhi and Bhagalpur areas of Bihar. “The new moon is today, Friday,” said Khurshid Anwer Qasmi, Qazi e Shariat Bhagalpur.
In a statement issued for the media, Arshad Madani of Jamiat e Ulema Malegaon and Dhule of Maharashtra also confirmed the moon on Tuesday.
In Bangladesh, it was also confirmed that the moon was aimed at Eid al-Adha. “Tuesday night (August 1nd) saw the last month of the Islamic Lunar calendar and the new moon of the Hajj month in Khulna,” Kendner Deputy Director (DC) Md.Helal Hossen told Bangladesh News.
In India, Pakistan and Bangladesh see the moon, Saturday, August 1, 2020, and then Muslims from these countries will celebrate Eid al Adha on Friday, July 31, 2020 (also known as Eid ul Azha or Bakra Eid).
Saudi Arabia and other Arab countries have announced that they will celebrate Eid al Adha in these countries on July 31, 2020. The announcement was made after the Saudi Royal Court confirmed.
The celebration of Haj and Eid al Adha (also known as Bakra Eid, Eid ul Azha and Eid uz Zuha in the Indian subcontinent) is to commemorate the Prophet Ibrahim, his noble wife Hagrid and their son Prophet Ismail The sacrifices made (peace to all of them).
Traditionally, festivals last for four days, but public holidays vary from country to country. Although Muslims in Bangladesh, Pakistan and the Middle East celebrate longer holidays in other parts of the world (including India) to celebrate Eid al-Adha, the government announced at least one day off on this day. Banks, schools, colleges, government offices and other institutions are closed on public holidays.
Decisions about Muslim festivals Eid al Fitr and Eid al Adha are based on the lunar system. According to this system, if the moon is seen on the 29th day of the previous month, the first day of the new moon is decided.