Celebrate Eid al Adha

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Celebrate Eid al Adha 2019 With Designer Childrenswear!

What is Eid-al-Adha?

Eid-al-Adha or ‘Festival of Sacrifice’ is a Muslim holiday with coincides with the end of the Hajj, the annual pilgrimage to Mecca.  It takes place on the 10th day of the Dhul-Hijjah, the last month of the Islamic Calendar.

Ibrahim, a prophet, was commanded by God to sacrifice his adult son, Ishmael.  The devil tried to convince Ibrahim to disobey, but he refused and threw stones at the devil to force him to leave.  Ibrahim took Ishmael to Mount Moriah, but an angel stopped him and gave him a ram to sacrifice instead.  Ibrahim had proven his devotion to Allah, so his son was spared.  These events are remembered and celebrated at Eid al-Adha and because of Ibrahim’s actions, this celebration is also referred to as the Festival of Sacrifice.

How is Eid-al-Adha celebrated?

For Muslims who are performing the Hajj in Saudi Arabia when Eid al-Adha begins, they throw pebbles at three pillars in the city of Mina, the place where they believe Ibrahim threw stones at the devil.  For other Muslims, Eid al Adha is celebrated by dressing nicely in new clothes and visiting the Mosque for special prayers, before spending time with friends and family and feasting on delicious food.  Traditionally, an animal would be sacrificed and its meat would be shared three ways with a third being kept to eat, a third given to the immediate family and the final third donated to the poor.  This tradition still exists in some Muslim countries, however in those where this practice is not allowed, a large piece of meat is purchased and still shared out in the same way.  In the UK, the day may be rounded off by visiting funfairs or festivals held for the occasion, great fun for parents and their children.

When is Eid-al-Adha this year?

Celebrate Eid al Adha 2019 in the UK on the evening of Sunday 11th August through to Thursday 15th August.  The dates of Eid change year-on-year in the UK as they are governed by the sighting of the moon’s crescent following a new moon and because the moon’s visibility depends on clear skies and a number of other factors, the exact date of Muslim holidays cannot be predicted with certainty.  As the moon is visible at different times in different places in the world, dates of Muslim holidays can also vary slightly from country to country.

Top Picks For Eid-al-Adha:

Eid is a time to dress in all of your splendour, so our style team have been busy putting together some amazing looks for baby through to teen, to help celebrate this wonderful occasion.

Baby Boy

Celebrate Eid al Adha 2019

Emile Et Rose Pale Blue & White Two Piece £43.99, Mayoral Onesie £29.99, Mayoral Reversible Coat £30.99, Babyshoes Shoes £30.99, Gucci Trainers £220.99, Versace Pre-Walker Shoes £65.20Versace Two Piece Set £167.99, Sarah Louise Two Piece Set £127.99, Burberry Harry Shirt £99.99

Baby Girl

Celebrate Eid al Adha 2019

Bimbalo Pink Flower Dress £137.99, Dolce & Gabbana Leopard Print Dress Set £126.00, Monnalisa Pale Pink Deer Dress £111.00, Melissa Iridescent Shoes £54.99, Gucci Shoes £179.99, Versace Black Shoes £93.50, Gucci Dress £199.99, Burberry Mini Cynthie £179.99Fendi Dress £284.99



Gucci Polo Shirt £159.99, Fendi Jeans £244.99, Givenchy Jeans £178.99, Balmain T-shirt £128.99, Boss Trainers £101.99, Gucci Belt £109.99, Burberry Boots £209.99, Burberry Shirt £129.99, Dsquared2 £188.99


Celebrate Eid al Adha 2019

Versace T Shirt £155.99, Versace Skirt £193.99,  Gucci Bow Shirt £214.99, Dolce & Gabbana Lily Dress £674.99, Versace bag £335.99, Vivienne Westwood Melissa Shoes £99.99, Navy Gucci Dress £524.99,  Dolce & Gabbana Red Dress £574.99, Navy Gucci Skirt £259.99

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