Saying Happy Eid or Eid Mubarak Your Way
Saying Happy Eid or Eid Mubarak Your Way: Eid al-Fitr literally means “festival of breaking the fast” and marks an end to Ramadan. But how best to wish your friends a happy end of Ramadan? Here’s a few greetings to try on your friends, family and colleagues
You can use the same greetings for both this festival and the second Eid – also known as the Greater Eid or Eid al-Adha.
“Eid Mubarak” – meaning blessed celebration – is the most common greeting.
Depending on where you are or where your friends live, you can also use these – in your SMS, whatsapp, facebook.
- Ciid wanaagsan – used in Somalia.
- Mutlu Bayramlar – commonly used in Turkey.
- Selamat Idul Fitri – used in Indonesia.
- Selamat Hari Raya – used in Malaysia, Brunei, and Singapore.
- Barka da Sallah – used in some parts of Nigeria.
- Happy Eid para ti or Feliz Fiesta– used in Spain
- bonne fête —– used in France
You can use the spoken greetings above in cards and text messages. But if you feel like using a fuller greeting, these expressions in English and Arabic should do the trick.
- Blessed Eid to you and your family! – Eid Mubarak lakum wa-li-‘a’ilatakum!
- May God’s blessings be showered on you on this Eid al-Fitr – Litanzil ‘alaykum barakat Allah fi Eid al-Fitr hatha.
- May you celebrate this every year – Blessed Eid! – Kul ‘am wa-antum bi-khayr. Eid Mubarak!
- With all the love, blessings, and peace on this joyous day. Happy Eid al-Fitr – Ma‘ kull al-hubb, al-barakat, wa-l-salam fi hatha al-yawm al-majid. Eid Fitr sa‘id!
- I wish you a very happy Eid, and may all your good deeds be accepted by God – Atamanna lakum Eid sa‘id jiddan! Litakun kul a‘malakum al-khayyira maqbula ‘ind Allah
- May the angels protect you, May the goodness surround you, May the sadness forget you, And may Allah always bless you… Eid Mubarak!
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