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The Eid ul-Adha namaz, or prayer, is a crucial aspect of the day’s religious observance. Typically, it is conducted during the early hours of the morning in mosques or open areas, with a significant number of people gathering to participate.

The Eid ul-Adha namaz comprises two rakats or units of prayer, preceded by a sermon delivered by the Imam, who is the religious leader. The sermon usually emphasizes the importance of the day and the significance of sacrifice, charity, and obedience to God.

Keep reading to learn more about the Eid ul-Adha 2023 namaz timings in Pakistan.

Eid ul-Adha 2023 in Pakistan

For the year 2023, Eid ul-Adha is expected to begin on the evening of Wednesday, 28 June 2023, in Pakistan.

Eid ul-Adha 2023 namaz time in Pakistan

As the official dates for the moon sighting are yet to be announced, the timings for the special prayer or namaz on Eid ul-Adha in Pakistan have not been disclosed. Confirmation of the sighting of the moon is crucial in determining the exact dates of the festival and, subsequently, the prayer timings.

The timing of the Eid ul-Adha prayer in Pakistan may vary depending on the city and the method of calculation used. Typically, the prayer is performed after sunrise on the day of Eid ul-Adha. Some suggest that the prayer should be conducted when the sun rises to a height of approximately two meters from the ground or the equivalent of a spear or a stick height, while others do not specify this criterion.

Moreover, the prayer time generally falls between 15 to 20 minutes after sunrise, but this could be longer or shorter based on the season and the latitude.

We will update this section as soon as the official Eid ul-Adha namaz time in Pakistan has been announced.


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