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Eid Al-Adha (Bakri Id, Idul Juha बकरी ईद), Damodar Dwadashi, Shravan Somvar Vrat

August 12

Indians in NZ wishes all Happy Eid Mubarak

Eid Al-Adha (Bakri Id, Idul Juha बकरी ईद)

Date may vary as per Moon sighting. Please check with your local Mosque for date and prayer timings.

As per South Auckland Muslim Association “New Moon of Dhul Hijjah has been sighted. Eid Salat at Jamia Masjid Mustafa (26 Mangere Road, Otahuhu) will be at 8am on Monday 12 August 2019 In Sha Allah”

Damodar Dwadashi, Fourth Shravan Somvar Vrat

Tithi (as per Auckland time): Dwadashi (Baaras / 12th Lunar day) from 11th Aug 5.22pm (17.22Hrs) to 12th Aug 6.36pm (18.36Hrs)

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