Eid al Adha that is otherwise called to be the Sacrifice Feast is the second important event in the history of the Islamic world. It is celebrated every year and considered the holier of the two Muslim holidays. The day is celebrated in remembrance of the Hazrat Ibrahim Alyh Salam as his willingness to sacrifice his son Hazrat Ismail Alyh Salam as an act of submission to Allah’s command. The day falls on the tenth of Dhul al Hajjah according to Islamic Lunar calendar and lasts for four days until the thirteenth day. Eid al Adha is the second is the latter of the two Eid holidays, the former being Eid al Fitr.
Qurbani is one of the most important parts of Islamic values and Muslims across globe sacrifice animals on first three days of Eid Qurbani. They do so in remembrance of Prophet Ibrahim (PBUH).
This year average price of animals in Pakistan on Eid ul Adha is expected to be:
Bakra/Dumba/Chatra Small – Rs. 25,000, 23 KG
Bakra/Dumba/Chatra Medium – Rs. 33,000, 28 KG
Bakra/Dumba/Chatra Large – Rs. 45,000, 41 KG
Cow or Bull Complete – Rs. 66,500
Cow or Bull Participation – Rs. 9,500
Camel Complete – Rs. 168,000
Camel Participation – Rs. 24,000