Find When is Eid ul Fitr in Pakistan 2021. Discover Expected Date of Eid ul Fitr 2021 in Pakistan with Notification of Eid ul Fitr 2021 Holidays in Pakistan.
Eid 2021 is always a big affair in the Muslim world. Muslim communities from all around the world will be anticipating this joyful festival of Eid ul Fitr 2021 at the end of their Ramadan 2021 fasts. Before we get into Eid in Pakistan 2021 holiday notification and dates, make sure you know all about Eid fitrana 2021 in Pakistan!
When are Eid holidays in Pakistan?
According to the official Eid holidays notification 2021, Pakistan is going to observe a 5-day period of Eid holidays 2021. THe Eid holidays will be from May 10 to May 15, thus reducing national mobility.
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How many Eids are there in 2021?
There are 2 Eids in 2021. In fact, there are 2 Eids every year: Eid ul Fitr and Eid ul Adha. This year, Eid in Pakistan 2021 will also be a 2-event scene which will include Eid ul fitr 2021 in Pakistan and Eid ul Adha 2021 in Pakistan.
Why do we have 2 Eids?
Eid ul Fitr means the festival of breaking of the fast. Eidulfitar in Pakistan 2021 will be celebrated at the end of Ramadan 2021. If you see the Ramadan Calendar 2021 in Pakistan, you should find that Ramadan is starting on 14th April, 2021. Then comes Eid ul Adha 2021 in Pakistan – it takes place after the annual Islamic pilgrimage of Hajj.
Is Eid Al-Fitr 3 days?
If you’re wondering about how many days is Eid Al Fitr 2021, then allow us to help. Eid Al-Fitr is indeed 3 days long, which means that you get 3 full days of Islamic festivities!
Is Eid ul Fitr moon sighted in Pakistan?
The date for Eid ul Fitr 2021 in Pakistan will be decided when the full moon is sighted. Once the Ramadan calendar 2021 comes to an end, the authorities will look into the sky for a full moon sight. Once it is sighted, the final Eid al Fitr 2021 date in Pakistan for 2021 will be announced.
When is Eid ul Fitr 2021 in Pakistan?
Eid ul Fitr 2021 in Pakistan will be observed on Friday, 14 May 2021. Eid ul Fitr moon sighting is expected on the evening of Thursday, 13 May 2021.
Eid 2021 in Pakistan will be in about 30 days. Make sure you know your Ramadan calendar 2021 for Pakistan so that you can keep up with the updated date for Eid-ul-Fitr 2021 in Karachi; in fact this will keep you updated for the date of Eid 2021 in Pakistan.
|1 Jan||Friday||New Year’s Day||Optional Holiday|
|1 Jan||Friday||January 1 Bank Holiday||Bank Holiday|
|5 Feb||Friday||Kashmir Day||Public Holiday|
|16 Feb||Tuesday||Basant Panchami||Optional Holiday|
|11 Mar||Thursday||Shivaratri||Optional Holiday|
|12 Mar||Friday||Shab e-Meraj (Tentative Date)||Optional Holiday|
|20 Mar||Saturday||March Equinox||Season|
|23 Mar||Tuesday||Pakistan Day||Public Holiday|
|28 Mar||Sunday||Holi||Optional Holiday|
|29 Mar||Monday||Dulhandi||Optional Holiday|
|29 Mar||Monday||Shab e-Barat (Tentative Date)||Optional Holiday|
|2 Apr||Friday||Good Friday||Optional Holiday|
|4 Apr||Sunday||Easter Sunday||Optional Holiday|
|5 Apr||Monday||Easter Monday||Optional Holiday|
|14 Apr||Wednesday||Ramazan Bank Holiday||Bank Holiday|
|14 Apr||Wednesday||Baisakhi||Optional Holiday|
|21 Apr||Wednesday||Ridván||Optional Holiday|
|1 May||Saturday||Labour Day||Public Holiday|
|14 May||Friday||Eid-ul-Fitr (Tentative Date)||Public Holiday|
|15 May||Saturday||Eid-ul-Fitr Holiday (Tentative Date)||Public Holiday|
|16 May||Sunday||Eid-ul-Fitr Holiday (Tentative Date)||Public Holiday|
|26 May||Wednesday||Buddha Purnima||Optional Holiday|
|21 Jun||Monday||June Solstice||Season|
|1 Jul||Thursday||July 1 Bank Holiday||Bank Holiday|
|21 Jul||Wednesday||Eid al-Adha (Tentative Date)||Public Holiday|
|22 Jul||Thursday||Eid al-Adha Holiday (Tentative Date)||Public Holiday|
|23 Jul||Friday||Eid al-Adha Holiday (Tentative Date)||Public Holiday|
|14 Aug||Saturday||Independence Day||Public Holiday|
|16 Aug||Monday||Nauroz||Optional Holiday|
|18 Aug||Wednesday||Ashura (Tentative Date)||Public Holiday|
|19 Aug||Thursday||Ashura Holiday (Tentative Date)||Public Holiday|
|21 Aug||Saturday||Birthday of Lord Zoroaster (Khordad Sal)||Optional Holiday|
|22 Aug||Sunday||Raksha Bandhan||Hindu Holiday|
|23 Aug||Monday||Janmashtami||Optional Holiday|
|6 Sep||Monday||Defence Day||Observance|
|10 Sep||Friday||Ganesh Chaturthi||Hindu Holiday|
|23 Sep||Thursday||September Equinox||Season|
|28 Sep||Tuesday||Chelum (Tentative Date)||Optional Holiday|
|7 Oct||Thursday||First Day of Navaratri||Hindu Holiday|
|13 Oct||Wednesday||Durga Puja||Optional Holiday|
|15 Oct||Friday||Dussehra||Optional Holiday|
|18 Oct||Monday||Giarhwin Sharief (Tentative Date)||Optional Holiday|
|19 Oct||Tuesday||Eid Milad un-Nabi (Tentative Date)||Public Holiday|
|20 Oct||Wednesday||Birthday of Guru Balmik Sawami Ji||Optional Holiday|
|4 Nov||Thursday||Diwali/Deepavali||Optional Holiday|
|9 Nov||Tuesday||Iqbal Day||Observance|
|21 Dec||Tuesday||December Solstice||Season|
|24 Dec||Friday||Christmas Eve||Observance|
|25 Dec||Saturday||Christmas Day||Public Holiday|
|25 Dec||Saturday||Quaid-e-Azam Day||Public Holiday|
|26 Dec||Sunday||Day After Christmas (Christians only)||Optional Holiday|
|31 Dec||Friday||New Year’s Eve||Observance|
While you wait for Eid, make the most of Ramadan 2021 and pay zakat nisab 2021 along with Ramadan charity. You can make easy online donations with Daraz by picking a donation package from your preferred NGO. You could also pay your zakat nisab 2021 in Pakistan via Daraz.
For more information, read: Donate and Pay Zakat in Ramadan 2021 with Asaan Donations Daraz Say