A community group is hoping to cross cultures and creeds in Aberdeen to help mark the end of an international religious festival.
Aberdeen Muslims has organised Eid in the Garden, a family fun day, this weekend to celebrate Eid-al Ahda.
The event is the culmination of Hajj, where Muslims around the world make the pilgrimage to Mecca, Islam’s holiest site.
Millions of people make the journey to Saudi Arabia annually with dozens of families from the north-east joining them this year.
The free family fun day is being held at Rublisaw Gardens on Sunday.
Sumon Hoque, who has organised the event on behalf of Aberdeen Muslims, said: “We are keen to continue the success we have built over the last few years by making this year bigger and better. Eid in the Garden is a great opportunity for local Muslims and the wider community to celebrate this great day in a beautiful park in the heart of Aberdeen.
“This event will be a fantastic day for all cultures to join together and showcase the solidarity there is in the north-east.
“The Muslim community in Aberdeen is one of the most diverse in the UK and we want to celebrate the diversity through Eid in the Garden.
“We are expecting a huge turn out and would encourage our fellow Aberdonians to join us in the Eid festivities. It will be a fun-filled event for people of all ages and from all communities to enjoy.”
Among the various attractions on offer will be a bouncy castle and play area, as well as a range of stalls.
There will also be the chance to try food from around the world, including culinary delights from India, Pakistan and Bangladesh, as well as an appearance from a Nasheed singer who will perform traditional Islamic songs.