The festival of Eid is considered the most important for Muslims all over the world. This festival is considered a symbol of the end of the month of Ramadan. In the last month of Ramadan, people break their fast and Eid is announced as soon as the moon is sighted. #EidMubarak is also in the top trend on social media. Users are being congratulated with this.
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Eid is one of the most important festivals of the religion of Islam. This festival is celebrated after the sighting of the moon on the last day of the month of Ramadan. Talking about the Islamic calendar, this festival is celebrated on the first day of the tenth month of Shawwal. The world also knows this festival which gives a special message of brotherhood by the name of Sweet Eid. On this occasion, special types of vermicelli are made in homes and friends and friends hug each other and wish Eid Mubarak.
Ramadan is the holiest month for Muslims. It is said that on this day Allah (God) sent down the first verses of the Quran. #EidMubarak is trending top on all social media platforms including Twitter. Users are wishing their near and dear ones on this special festival through Facebook and WhatsApp. If you also want to wish someone, then you can take the help of these messages and quotes.
Here’s how people are wishing each other
Chand Raat Mubarak 🌙❤️
— Sumra Khan (@sumi_kh)
Eid Al Fitr Mubarak Eid Ul Fitr Mubarak
— Zeeshan Baig (@andbaigzsays)
Eid Mubarak 🤍🌙🤲🏽
May Allah (SWT) accept our fasting and allow us to be better versions of ourselves even after the Holy Month.
— Muslim (@Muslim)
Wishing a happyto everyone celebrating around the world 🙌
— Said Business School (@OxfordSBS)
🌙 Eid Mubarak! May this day bring peace, happiness, and blessings to you and your loved ones. Here’s a great vid for kids that explains the importance of this Muslim celebration:
— Ignite Center for eLearning (@centre_ignite)
We wait for the moon everyday, the wait for Eid is also in our eyes
~ Raghavendra Dwivedi
— Raghvendra Dwivedi (@RaghvendraLive)
Happy Eid Mubarak to you all 🎆🎆
— Omar Saddek (@OmarSaddek)
As Ramadan ends, let’s continue to spread kindness, love, and compassion toward each other. For all those celebrating, may the blessings of this holy month stay with you always.
— Councilmember Will Jawando (@CMJawando)