Eid ul Adha Wishes and Messages

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Eid ul Adha Wishes and Messages

Eid ul Adha Wishes and Messages: Eid is the biggest festival for Muslims. The Almighty Allah blessed them with two joys eid day each year. The first one is “Eid-Al-Fitr” which comes after one month of fasting during the holy month of “Ramadan“. And “Eid-Al-Adha” which is called the “Sacrifice Feast”, is the second of two biggest Islamic holidays celebrated worldwide each year. Wishing a happy Eid day and saying Eid Mubarak to your dearest and loved ones is not only satisfying but also reflects the significance of this day to you.

El-Kauthar (Bereket)

Bismillaah er-Rahman er-Rahim

Innaa a’atainaakal kauthar

Fasalli li rabbika venhar

Inna shaani’aka huwal ebtar

 

Eid Mubarak! Wish you all a very happy and peaceful Eid.

 

Wishing you a safe and blessed Eid Ul Adha with happiness and health! Eid Mubarak!

May the divine happiness fill our homes and hearts. Wishing you all Eid Mubarak!

 

May Allah(SWA) accept all our sacrifices. Eid Ul Adha Mubarak to you and everyone in your family

 

I hope this Eid brings peace, prosperity, and happiness to everyone’s life. Eid Mubarak!

 

May your sacrifice get answered, and Allah (SWT) bless you with his uncountable blessings! Eid Ul Adha Mubarak!

 

I wish you and your family a very joyful Eid. May Allah accept all your prayers and forgive all your faults. Eid Mubarak!

 

Eid Mubarak to the loveliest family on the earth. May the Almighty Allah keep us safe and healthy in this time of crisis.

I am thankful to Allah because he blesses me with two wonderful days in a year to be with the people I love and care about most in my life!

 

Eid Mubarak to you and your family! May this Eid brings nothing but joy and peace for all. Have a safe and happy Eid day!

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May Allah place mercy upon all the Muslims all around the world on this happy occasion of Eid! Eid Mubarak to everyone celebrating!

 

Eid is a day to cheer and to laugh with all your heart. It’s a day to be grateful to Allah for all of his heavenly blessings on us. Wishing you a happy Eid 2021.

 

Eid Ul Adha is a time for repenting for the past sins and looking forward to the better future days. May Allah (SWT) sanctify you! Eid Mubarak.

 

May the teachings of Allah and his prophet be your companion throughout your life. May this Eid ul Adha bring peace, prosperity, and happiness to you and your family!

 

Dear mom and dad, I feel so lucky to have parents like you to spend the day with. You have been the reason why every Eid day seems like a day I spend in heaven. Eid Mubarak to you!

 

Their reward at their Lord is the gardens of Eden with flowing streams, wherein they abide forever. GOD is pleased with them, and they are pleased with Him. Such is the reward for those who reverence their Lord. [98:8] Eid-ul-Adha Mubarak

 

It isn’t their meat nor their blood, that achieves Allah: It is your devotion that contacts him: he has in this manner made them subject to you, that ye may celebrate Allah for his direction to you and announce the uplifting news to all who do right, Eid-ul-Adha Mubarak

 

Eid-ul-Adha 2021: Rules

 

  • The distribution of meat among people at Eid ul-Adha, as well as reciting the takbir aloud before and after Eid prayers on the first day and throughout the four days of Eid, are regarded key components of this important Islamic festival.

 

  • Eid prayer is performed along with a huge audience in an open waqf (“stopping”) field called Eidgah or mosque. For this, men, women, and children are supposed to wear their nicest apparel.

 

  • As a symbol of Ibrahim’s willingness to sacrifice his only son, affluent Muslims who can afford it offer their best domestic animals (typically a camel, goat, cow, sheep, or ram depending on the location) for halal.

 

  • The sacrificed animals, known as aḍḥiya and also known as qurbani in Perso-Arabic, must meet particular age and quality standards in order to be regarded an acceptable sacrifice.

 

  • It is recommended to divide the slaughtered animal’s meat into three halves. One-third of the share is kept by the family, another third is distributed to relatives, friends and neighbours, and the remaining third is distributed to the destitute and needy.

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