EId Mubarak


Eid Mubarak

Eid Mubarak Wishes
Time to greet your loved ones for this auspicious day of Eid ul-Fitr 2019. Wish us your wonderful wishes, messages, status and best of luck using Facebook

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Eid-Mubarak-Wishes

Eid-Mubarak-Wishes

Eid-Mubarak-Wishes

Eid-Mubarak-Wishes

Eid-Mubarak-Wishes

Eid-Mubarak-Wishes

Eid-Mubarak-Wishes

Eid-Mubarak-Wishes

Eid-Mubarak-Wishes

Time to greet your loved ones for this auspicious day of Eid ul-Fitr 2019. Wish us your wonderful wishes, messages, status and best of luck using Facebook

 

Eid-Mubarak-Wishes

Eid-Mubarak-Wishes

Eid-Mubarak-Wishes

 

Eid-Mubarak-Wishes

Eid Mubarak Wishes Muslims celebrate two major events a year. Both are called Eid. Eid-ul-Fitr, or “celebration of fasting”, marks the end of Ramadan. And Eid ul Adha, or the “festival of sacrifice,” which is celebrated after the end of Ramadan, occurs in the ninth month of Islamic piety, after about seventeen days. Eid Mubarak wishes

Eid-ul-Fitr is the celebration that comes at the end of Ramadan. Ramadan is a month of fasting, every day from sunrise to sunset. The night before Eid is called moon night, or moon night. At the last moments of Eid shopping, people visit the markets and shopping malls with their families and children. Women, especially young girls, often paint each other’s hands with traditional “henna” and wear colorful bangles.

On the day of the celebration, a typical Muslim family wakes up very early and then after first daily daily prayers, eats a small amount of the symbol of the end of Ramadan. They then attend special collective prayers for the occasion only in mosques, large open areas, stadiums or grounds.

Prayer is usually short and followed by a sermon (pole) in which the Imam (Holy Priest) advises the Muslim community and Muslims are generally encouraged to end the previous dispute.

When the local Imam proclaims Eid al-Fitr, everyone congratulates one another and hugs. Prayers greet each other with a sense of security and love after prayer. It is a day of forgiveness, moral victory, fellowship, brotherhood and unity. Muslims not only celebrate the end of the fast but also thank God for their help and strength which they think has helped them to overcome them in the past months. It’s about time and sharing.

Another Eid is Eid ul Adha, the festival is known by many names all over the world, but Muslims celebrate it traditionally and formally in the most effective manner and wherever they are. The festival is celebrated by the Prophet Abraham’s own son, Ismail, as a reminder of his willingness to surrender to God and is therefore called the “festival of sacrifice.”

Muslims pray loudly and remember God at this festival. Muslims wear new clothes that day and delicious food is prepared after delicious recipes.

During these times, Muslims thank Allah for His mercy and mercy, celebrate holy days, and wish each other good. Although appropriate words are welcome in any language, here are some traditional or common Arabic greetings that anyone can use or meet:

* “Tomorrow ‘s Anta BA Well!” (“Good health every year!”) * “Happy Eid!” (“Happy Eid!”) * “Eid Saeed!” (“Eid Mubarak!”) * “Taqbala-ul-Uh-man-wa-ma’am” (“May Allah accept us and you.”)
Both celebrations ended with great joy, good wishes and blessings. The purpose of both festivals is to thank Allah (God) for giving you the strength and courage to do daily activities. People send sms and greetings to each other wishing them “Eid Mubarak”.

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Time to greet your loved ones for this auspicious day of Eid ul-Fitr 2019. Wish us your wonderful wishes, messages, status and best of luck using Facebook

 

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