Eid Quizzes & Trivia

Prepare to answer questions about the most relaxed festival, hosted by the most fiery people! What is Eid all about? Do you know? Then prepare yourself for a feast of knowledge! Sharing is caring, yes? Well it's time to share your knowledge and share other people's knowledge.

Try and answer questions like "How long is the festival celebrated for?", "What natural occurrence marks the start of this festival?" and "What do people do to each other during this feast?" You'll find that answers may surprise you.

With everything from chocolate, the moon, forgiveness, mealtimes and family in these quizzes...there's something for everyone to share.

Khuddam and Atfal Knowledge of Eid ul Adha

Questions: 5  |  Attempts: 401   |  Last updated: Jan 21, 2013
  • Sample Question
    What does 'Eid ul Adha' mean?



Questions: 10  |  Attempts: 38   |  Last updated: Dec 30, 2016
  • Sample Question
    Qurbani during Eid-ul Adha is an act to commemorate Prophet ……. sacrifice as mentioned in the Quran.




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Eid Questions & Answers


What is Eid al-Adha?
Eid al-Adha is a Muslim festival which marks the conclusion of the annual pilgrimage to Mecca and honoring the sacrifice of Abraham. It is called "The Festival of the Sacrifice." It is the second of two Islamic holidays that are celebrated
Why is Eid al-Adha known as the Festival of the Sacrifice?
Eid al Adha is commemorated in the memory of our beloved Ibrahim. It honors the willingness of Ibrahim (known in the Christian testament as Abraham) to sacrifice his son as a symbol of his obedience to God's command. During the feast, a cow, sheep, o
What is the meaning of Eid al-Adha?
In the religion of Islam, the festival of sacrifice is a significant festival that takes place at the end of Hajj. It denotes the end of hajj (pilgrimage) rites in Saudi Arabia, and it is also performed by Muslims everywhere to commemorate the abidin
Why is Eid al-Adha celebrated?
The festival of Eid al Adha denotes the end of Hajj, which is the yearly journey to Mecca the holy city. Muslims around the world celebrate the festival, which occurs on the 10th day of Dhu al Hijjah. Eid al Adha is the most sacred Muslim festival. I
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