Happy Eid Ul Fitr 2018: Eid Mubarak Images, Wishes, Greetings, Messages, Quotes, Whatsapp & Facebook Status

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Happy Eid Ul Fitr 2018: Eid Mubarak! This year Eid-Ul-Fitr is celebrated on June 16, whereas in Kerala the festival was celebrated yesterday, i.e. June 15. Eid-Ul-Fitr is seen as a reward for Muslims across the world who observe a fast in the holy month of Ramadan. This day comes almost a month after people observe Roza during the period of Ramzan.

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Happy Eid Ul Fitr 2018: For the Muslims across the world who observe a fast in the holy month of Ramadan, Eid-Ul-Fitr is seen as a reward. This festival is similar to Eid al Adha, which starts off in the morning and people offer prayer in large number in an open area. The day that marks the end of the sacred month of Ramzan is known as Eid-al-Fitr and is celebrated with a big feast to end the month-long fasting period. Festivities are here and it is the time of the year when people are ready to celebrate Eid. Eid Mubarak!

Celebrated across the world by Muslims as a religious holiday, Eid ul-Fitr is one of the most auspicious festivals for the Muslims that is celebrated among family and friends. The sighting of the crescent moon marks the beginning of Eid.

This day comes almost a month after people observe Roza during the period of Ramzan. It is during Eid that friends and family get together dressed in new clothes to meet and greet each other.  The festival holds utmost importance in Islam religion and is celebrated with zeal and happiness across the world. This year Eid is celebrated on June 16, whereas in Kerala the festival was celebrated on June 15.

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Check the Eid Mubarak Greetings, Wishes, Messages, Quotes

-May Allah send his Love like sunshine
In his warm and gentle ways
To fill every corner of your heart
And fill your life with a lot of happiness
today and always
Eid Mubarak!

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– TodayIi pray that:-
Happiness be at ur door
May it knock early
Stay late & leave the gift of Allah’s
Peace,love,joy & good health behind (sms4smile.com)

– Zindagi ka har pal khushiyon se kam na ho,
ap ka har din Eid se kam na ho,
Yehi dua hain ki aisa Eid ka din aapko hamesha naseeb ho.
Eid- Mubarak! (dgreetings.com)

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– May the auspicious occasion of Eid ,
bless you with peace
and
bring joy to your heart and home.
EID Mubarak!! (sms4smile.com)

– Jaise haste hain phool usi tarah Sada haste raho,
sare gham tumeh jaye bhool,
Charo taraf phalao khushion ka geet,
Eisi umeed ke saath Yaar tumhe…
MUBARAK ho EID! (dgreetings.com)

– I wish you ALL a very happy and peaceful Eid.
May Allah accept your good deeds,
forgive your transgressions and ease
the suffering of all peoples around the globe.
Eid Mubarak! (sms4smile.com)

– On this auspicious occasion of Eid, I wish the prophet always guides you and shows you the right path, now and forever.
Eid Mubarak! (dgreetings.com)

– Some words can be left unsaid,
Some feeling can be left unexpressed,
But person like u can never be forgotten on this day
EID MUBARAK! (sms4smile.com)

– It’s the time of celebrations and a family get-together. May Allah bless everyone.
Amen! Eid Mubarak! (dgreetings.com)

– May Your Plate Of Life Be Always Full Of Sweet Siwaiyan
Topped With The Nuts Of Happiness.
With Best Eid Wishes, May You Have A Happy Eid! (sms4smile.com)

Eid is a day when special prayers are recited, generosity and forgiveness are practised. Once the crescent moon is sighted, people get up early the next morning and offer prayers that are also known as Salat ul-Fajr. They take bath, have breakfast and head to the mosque ar Idgaah. In the evening people exchange mouth-watering sweets and desserts, whereas the youngsters are given gifts in the form of Eidi.

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