Eid Mubarak Wishes & Greetings In English – Eid Al Fitr 2021: Eid is a special occasion for Muslims which is celebrated by Muslims all over the world by Muslims many countries like India, Pakistan, Bangladesh Australia, Canada, Germany, Kenya, Nepal, New Zealand, South Africa, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States, Yemen and many more, etc. Many countries may speak different languages like people in India who usually speak Hindi or Urdu whereas people in the USA, UK may speak in English, etc, whichever the language is the love they express each other by wishing their family, relatives, or friends in the best way. On the day o Eid, Muslim men can be seen hugging each other to express their happiness on the occasion.
Eid Mubarak 2021 Wishes In English
- May you achieve your good goals – Happy Eid Mubarak
- May ALLAH Ta’ala give you success in your life and give you a lot of happiness. Aameen. Eid Mubarak
- May ALLAH Ta’ala gives you success here (World) and Hereafter (Aakhirah), Aameen. Happy Eid Ul Fitr Mubarak
- May all your good deeds are accepted – Happy Eid Mubarak.
Even in India itself there are many languages are spoken and Muslims may also greet or wish Eid Mubarak in many languages like Malayalam, Telugu, Bengali, Tamil, Sindhi, Kannada, Gujarati, Punjabi, Marathi, Odia, etc. Whatever the language is the greeting usually from the heart. This is the day of Eid when many people feel happy and express it too. Many parents may also buy gifts for their children, Muslims may also donate some money to the needy and poor people as they may also celebrate the happiness of Eid. Muslims do many good deeds on the occasion of Eid including charity etc. But doing good deeds is not only restricted to the day(s) of Eid, but good deeds shall be done throughout life.
Many relatives who may be unhappy with their other relatives due to their personal differences may also ask for forgiveness and tries to clear all misunderstandings and meet on the blessed occasion of Eid. There is a famous quote in Urdu/Hindi we may hear/listen to on the day of Eid which is ‘Eid ka din to Dushman Bhi gale mil hain’ which means ‘even the enemies hug each other on the occasion of eid’. So, if you have any misunderstandings with your relatives, go clear it and meet with your Muslim brothers or sisters. If it’s more time for Eid, then please don’t wait to clear misunderstandings because life has no guarantee. We also wish you a Happy Eid from our side also.
Eid usually celebrated on the 1st day of the month after Ramadan named ‘Shawwal’, which depends on moon sightings. on the 29th of Ramadan many Muslims may look for the moon sightings or announcement of moon sightings, but usually, if the moon not sighted then another day of the month of Ramadan will be continued and Ramadan will be of 30 days total. If you like our website then do share it with your friends and family and please press CTRL+D to bookmark our website to get easy access and you can also leave your good comments here.