Eid al-Adha: Meaning, Activities, And How To Wish Someone

Eid al-Adha is a Muslim festival celebrated every year as one of the doctrines of the Islamic community.
All over the world, members of the Islamic faith observe the day which varies from year to year.

The significance of the ceremony is to commemorate Abraham’s willingness to sacrifice his only son in obedience to a command from God and as an end of the annual Hajj pilgrimage to Mecca.

Activities Held To Mark The Day

In Muslim countries, Eid al-Adha is a public holiday that involves animal sacrifice, known as Qurbani, prayers, and family gatherings.

The day begins with morning prayers, followed by visits to family and friends and the exchange of food and gifts.

However, the practice has been adopted by non-muslim countries as every country respects all religions.
The 2021 celebration of the festivals comes off from the 19th day of July to the 20th.

Eid al-Adha Messages

Just like it is common with the celebration of Christmas for the Christians, Muslims also send warm messages to family and friends on the day of Eid with some adding images. Some of these messages are;

  1. Eid Mubarak! May Allah fulfill all your dreams and hopes.
  2. May the blessings of Allah be with you and your family forever and always. Eid Mubarak!
  3. May Allah(SWA) accept all our sacrifices. Eid Ul Adha Mubarak to you and everyone in your family
  4. I hope this Eid brings peace, prosperity, and happiness to everyone’s life. Eid Mubarak!

An Example Of Eid Wishing Images

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