I am leaving my best wishes and Eid Mubarak messages for Aam Olas, their friends, and family.
Let this special occasion of Eid fulfills your life with the colors of heaven. I wish you a wonderful Eid day for you and your family.
Eid Mubarak Messages
May this Eid be the beginning of another successful year in your life. Eid Mubarak to you and your lovely family!
Enjoy like a child and be thankful to Allah for he has bestowed all the Muslims with such a beautiful day. Eid Mubarak to you!
May this beautiful occasion of eid gives you all the reasons to make your life even more beautiful. Wishing you a happy Eid day! Eid Mubarak!
Let this Eid be the occasion of sharing the love and caring for the people who need to be loved and cared. Eid Mubarak to all!
Spending Eid with friends and family with lots of delicious food is a pure blessing; consider yourself lucky if you have them in your life! Eid Mubarak.
As long as you keep faith in Allah, no evil can touch your heart and no sorrow can ruin your day. May your life be filled with joy and happiness on this Eid!
This blessed day is for saying thank you to the almighty for all he has given to us. May he grant all your prayers and fulfill all your desires. Eid Mubarak!
Accept the blessings of Allah with all your heart and forget the sorrows that burden your soul. Enjoy the moments you share with your family. Happy Eid Day!
Detail about Eid
Eid is a significant word in Islam, consequently why it comes up more than once consistently. The word ‘Eid’ in Arabic & translates as ‘Celebration’ or ‘Festivity’ and Allah (SWT) needs just for His kin to be cheerfully celebrating in festivity.
Eid ul-Fitr and Eid ul-Adha fall at two altogether different yet significant occasions inside the Islamic lunar schedule. Despite the fact that there are numerous similitudes between the two arrangements of celebrations regarding the demonstrations to be completed and the ceremonies that must be played out, the two events are centered around totally different parts of Islam.
What is Eid ul-Fitr?
Eid ul-Fitr marks the finish of Ramadan and customarily goes on for around three days. A run of the mill routine of a day that goes in close vicinity to that extraordinary time includes the accompanying:
- Waking up early and greeting the family
- Performing Ghusl (ablution)
- Performing Salah (prayers)
- Preparing clothes
- Sitting down for breakfast with loved ones
- Guaranteeing Zakat-ul-Fitr is paid preceding Eid Salah
- Performing Eid Salah in Masjid
- Welcome all kindred Muslims and wishing them a favored Eid
- Seeing loved ones and celebrating Eid
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The festivities are characterised by thanking Allah (SWT) for his help and blessings through the successful completion of the month, or if a Muslim has not completed the fasting successfully, his mercies in providing Fidya and Kaffarah.
What is Eid ul-Adha?
The festival of Eid ul-Adha comes toward the finish of the time connected to the yearly journey of the Hajj. The motivation behind these merriments is to celebrate, recollect, and revere the dedication and accommodation of the Prophet Ibrahim to Allah (SWT). This comes as Qurbani, the penance of a creature for the sake of Allah (SWT). This penance is directed quickly following Eid Salah.
Although a significant number of the activities for Eid-ul-Fitr above will likewise occur during Eid ul-Adha, there are some key and significant contrasts. Generally remarkable of everything is the demonstration of Qurbani.