Eid Mubarak - the use of the wish
The feast of the sacrifice, is also Eid al-Adha, is the "fast break" after Ramadan as the most important Festival of the Islamic culture, where Muslims or Arabs often "Eid Mubarak" wishes. The greeting formula in Arabic means something like "blessed." These are the most important festivals, where "Eid Mubarak is used.
- Eid al-Adha: At the "feast of sacrifice" remind believers of the readiness of Abraham to have the son to be sacrificed, in order to prove the love of God.
- Eid al-Fitr translates as "Feast of breaking the fast". It is celebrated every year after the end of Ramadan.
- In Turkey, it referred to the Feast as "sugar".
- Overall, the Festival runs for three days until the following month of Ramadan.
- The end of the visit to a mosque and the cemetery belongs to, to honour the memory of deceased family members. There is the Quran, read the verses and poems up says.
Eid Mubarak: these are the best wishes and congratulations
To her Acquaintances and to show loved ones the sympathy of this celebration, you can use the following wishes and congratulations:
- Assalamu alaikum wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuh. - translates as "peace be with you, dear brothers and sisters, and God's blessings and mercy!" and is also a greeting form.
- Wa 'Aleikum wa Salaam wa rahmatullahi wa barakatuhu. means the same and can be used as a response to the previous given.
- Eid mubarak taqabbal allahu minna wa minkum. - "Happy Feast, may Allah accept the fasting and the worship of me and you."
- Aidkoum mabrouk w snin deyma snin deyma. dates from Tunisia and means "I wish all of you happy holidays".
- "Kurban bayraminiz mübarek olsun." Turkish and means "wish you a blessed feast of the sacrifice."
- "Ramazan bayraminiz mübarek olsun." is also Turkish and is the congratulations at the end of the fasting month of use.
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