Eid Mubarak quotes: The finest Eid al Adha WhatsApp messages, poems, and photos
The second most important Muslim festival of the year, EID AL ADHA, began on Monday and will end on Friday. Here are the greatest Eid al Adha WhatsApp messages, poems, and photographs.
Eid al Adha is a four-day festival that begins today, July 19, and ends on Friday, July 23. Eid Al Adha, also known as the Festival of Sacrifice, is the second of Islam’s two Eid celebrations. The first is Eid al Fitr, which occurs after Ramadan and marks the end of the fast.
The more solemn Eid al Adha commemorates Ibrahim’s willingness to obey God’s mandate and sacrifice his son Ishmael.
As a sign of trust and obedience, God told Ibrahim to take his son and sacrifice him.
Ibrahim said in the Quran, “Oh son, I keep dreaming that I am slaying you.”
“Father, do what you are told to do,” Ishmael said.
Angel Gabriel replaced Ibrahim’s son Ishmael with a lamb and told Abraham, “O’ Abraham, you have completed the revelations.”
Today, Eid al Adha is commemorated by prayers, an animal sacrifice, and the sharing of the meat.
A lamb is slaughtered, and the flesh is split into three categories: family, relatives and friends, and the poor.
Prayers are spoken, blessings are offered, and family time is spent.
On this auspicious day, I pray to Allah to hear all of your prayers and grant you the strength to achieve your goals. May this EID bring you a great deal of joy. Happy Eid Mubarak!
Instead of separating us over what we believe, let our religions unite us for the sake of human goodness. Hockson Floin wishes you a happy Eid.
Feel the enchantment of Eid all around you and know that God’s grace is with you at all times. You’ll be surrounded by affection and attention at all times. Happy Eid al-Adha, everyone!
This Eid-ul-Adha, may Allah’s blessings shine brightly on you and fill your life with happiness, serenity, joy, and success. Happy Eid Mubarak!
Wishing Allah accepts your good acts and sacrifices, relieves your afflictions, and forgives your transgressions on Eid-ul-Adha.
May your faith in Allah guide you and allow you to shine in his glorious bounties!
Only when you spend Eid ul Adha with your friends and family do you know how magical it is! Have a wonderful day filled with lots of positive things. “Brinkwire News in Condensed Form.”