Best Eid Mubarak Wishes 2022 and Greetings to Celebrate

Best Eid Mubarak Wishes 2022: Eid Mubarak to all of you. This is a very important day for Muslims. The happiest days for Muslims are two, one is Eid-ul-Fitr and the other is Eid-ul-Azha. Eid-ul-Fitr marks the end of a long month of fasting. Muslims celebrate eid-ul-Adha in remembrance of the sacrifice of the Prophet Abraham. If you want to keep yourself one step ahead of everyone on Eid then we can send you some good wishes. Which will put you ahead of everyone else and everyone appreciates your greetings. Below we have some greeting ideas that you can share with your Muslim friends family and relatives.

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The festival of Eid al-Adha is observed on the 10th day of the Dhul Hijjah — the 12th month of the Islamic lunar calendar.


The prophet Abraham, known in Christianity and Judaism as Abraham, went through trials and tribulations throughout his life. One of these trials was when Allah (God) instructed him in a dream to sacrifice his son Ishmael. Both the father and the son agreed to do God’s will and set out for Mount Moriah. Ishmael lay on the ground with a sharp knife on his father’s neck. Just as Abraham was about to sacrifice his son, God sent a large ram to be slaughtered in Ishmael’s place, which Abraham had then offered in the glory of God.

This incident is significant because it shows how much Abraham was willing to obey God’s command to please him. After repeated trials, Abraham’s faith was unshakable and he was rewarded by God. Eid al-Adha is one of the biggest Islamic holidays of the year. It is popularly known as the ‘Festival of Sacrifice’, a reminder of God’s mercy and blessing to those who relentlessly do good.

Eid-ul-Adha is also the end of the obligatory pilgrimage Hajj for Muslims in the holy city of Mecca. The main ritual of this day is to slaughter a goat, sheep, or camel, then distribute it. One-third of the meat goes to the poor, one-third is distributed among friends and neighbors, and one-third is enjoyed by one’s family. This law emphasizes the importance of sharing with the less fortunate. The festival of Eid is celebrated with joy and decoration, meeting friends and relatives, making special meat dishes and desserts, gifting children with gifts and money, and organizing barbecue parties.

There are different names for the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha. It is known as ‘Kurban Bayrami’ in Turkey, ‘Hari Ray Haji’ in Malaysia and Singapore, and ‘Tabaski’ in West Africa. Whatever the name, the holiday spirit is firmly entrenched among Muslims around the world.


Eid al-Adha is a day of sacrifice but is celebrated splendidly. Preparations for the holiday began a month ago, with designers launching clothing lines, especially on the occasion of Eid. The houses are thoroughly cleaned and decorated and shopping lists are compiled for the preparation of the festive feast. The biggest preparation is to buy a sacrificial animal. Markets are set up where local vendors sell goats, cows, camels, and sheep. Shopping for animals at the best prices is a tradition in itself. In countries where it is not legal or common, a complete carcass is purchased and divided into portions of meat.

The day of Eid begins when Muslims wake up in the morning, wash, and wear their best clothes to perform Eid prayers, then greet friends, family, and neighbors at the mosque. Everyone is greeted with “Eid Mubarak”, Eid greetings to each other. The rest of the day is spent rationing meat from the sacrificial animal, distributing it, and then preparing it for the evening feast, which involves dressing up and having an outdoor barbecue. It is very common to post your day clothes and Eid selfies on social media.


  1. Dress your best

    On Eid al-Adha, Muslims can gift their children new clothes when adults choose their own clothes to wear on this special day. Wearing your beautiful clothes during Eid prayers in the mosque is a sign of respect for the rituals of the day. All over the world, Muslims respect sacrifices, both large and small, made for their happiness and well-being.

  2. Set aside a few moments of contemplation

    Eid-ul-Azha must be a day of thought. Set aside some time, even a few minutes, to sit quietly. Whether you think of it as prayer, meditation or concentration, it can become a daily practice that will enrich your life.

  3. Eat something festive

    In addition to distributing meat, Muslims prepare various festive dishes for their families and friends on Eid-ul-Adha. There is plenty of spicy stew and vegetable food as well as traditional bread. Or try a popular shortbread cookie mamul filled with pesto or dates. Lokum, another delicious holiday treat, commonly known as Turkish Delight.



  1. Muslims revere three female prophets

    Most Muslim scholars agree that in Islam three women are considered prophets, including Eve, Adam’s wife; Mary, the mother of Jesus; And Asiya, the wife of Pharaoh. Contrary to the Bible, it came, not the daughter of Pharaoh, who rescued baby Moses from the water and adopted him as his son.

  2. Muslims have six main beliefs

    According to the US-based, non-profit, Islamic Network Group (ING), Muslims have six core beliefs. They include a belief in God, angels, and God’s prophets and messengers. Muslims also believe in the revelation of God through the Holy Scriptures, the Qur’an, and both Muslims and Christians believe in the afterlife and in the divine will of God.

  3. The Qu’ran and the Bible share the same stories

    Both Christianity and Islam have common characters – such as the Prophet Abraham and his wife Sarah; The story of Noah and the ark; As well as references to Jesus.

  4. Muslims and modesty

    As a sign of respect due to Islam’s rules of kneeling and prostrating on the ground, it is considered indecent for women to prostrate in front of men.

  5. Muslims and Jesus

    Although Muslims revere Jesus as the son of the Virgin Mary, conceived by God, most Muslims believe that just as He was special, Jesus was still a human being.


  1. It honors faith and sacrifice

    Eid al-Adha, or the Feast of Sacrifice, commemorates Abraham’s unwavering faith, even when God commanded him to sacrifice the most cherished thing in life – his son. This is a good time to think about what we want to do for those we love. Most importantly, we remember that a little act of kindness can have a huge impact on someone else’s life.

  2. It’s an opportunity to share our abundance

    This Muslim tradition, practiced during Eid-ul-Adha, symbolically highlights the ability to share meat for family, friends and the needy to eat. Being aware of expanding what we have outside our own doors is a great way for anyone to take part in this holiday celebration.

  3. It’s a lesson in gratitude

    For Muslims, it is very important to utter the name of Allah before killing the animal shared on Eid al-Adha. In this way, you honor the life of the animal that sacrifices itself to feed man. For all of us who eat meat, Muslim and non-Muslim, this is a good day to be grateful to all animals.

Eid Mubarak Wishes

1. Eid Mubarak!

2. May Allah grants all of your wishes this Eid.

3. May your Eid be as sweet as the sugar you can finally have now!

4. Wishing you joy this Eid.

5. May your feast be abundant this Eid!

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6. Sending you thoughts of prosperity for Eid and forever.

7. May your Eid be full of love, laughter, and light.

8. May the joy and abundance of Eid remind us to practice gratitude.

9. May your Eid be blissful and bright.

10. Show your sparkle this Eid!

11. May your Eid be meaningful and merry.

12. Sending wishes of peace this Eid.

13. Eid Mubarak to you and your loved ones.

14. Eid reminds us of just how delicious life can be.

15. Eid Mubarak to you and your family.

16. Here’s hoping for a fulfilling Eid after a long fast.

17. May your Eid be sweet indeed.

18. Indulge yourself this Eid. You’ve earned it!

19. Treat yourself this Eid.

20. May Eid bring you and your loved ones all the delights you’ve been craving.

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21. Here’s hoping Eid brings you all the goodies you deserve.

22. Honor yourself and your sacrifices this Eid.

23. Don’t forget to honor Allah this Eid.

24. May Allah spoils you with blessings this Eid.

25. May you feel the magic of Eid all year.

26. Savor the joys of Eid.

27. I hope you make many happy memories this Eid.

28. May the memories of this joyous Eid carry you through your trials and tribulations later.

29. Sending you to love and light this Eid.

30. May Allah bless you and your family. Eid Mubarak!

31. May your Eid feast leave you full of faith as well as food.

32. Sending you all my love this Eid.

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33. May Allah fills your heart with joy this Eid.

34. Let Eid fill your heart with love and your belly with deliciousness.

35. Remember to practice gratitude this Eid.

36. Eid reminds us to be grateful for the love in our lives.

Eid Mubarak Greetings

37. Sending you all my love this Eid.

38. Wishing you and your loved ones a heartwarming Eid.

39. May Allah guides you and lights your path always. Eid Mubarak!

40. May Allah blesses you with wisdom, grace, and good humor this Eid.

41. Let the festivities this Eid remind you of all the goodness life has to offer.

42. Wishing you and your family light and joy this Eid.

43. I hope your Eid is as sweet as you are.

44. May your blessings be abundant this Eid.

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45. May you enjoy and savor your most indulgent tastes this Eid.

46. May Allah blesses you with millions of reasons to be happy this Eid and always.

47. Enjoy this day of Allah!

48. May all the light of heaven shine on you and your loved ones this Eid.

49. Wishing you health and wealth this Eid.

50. We are praying for your joy and health this Eid.

51. May Allah answers all of your prayers this Eid.

52. Accept Allah with an open heart and mind this Eid.

53. Remember this Eid that Allah walks beside you always.

54. Your presence is a gift this Eid.

55. When deciding what to wear this Eid, remember that the best garment is the garment of righteousness.

56. Place your trust in Allah this Eid.

57. Eid is a time for sharing and caring.

58. We are so thankful for you this Eid!

59. May your Eid live up to your ideals.

60. May the only tears shed on Eid be those of joy and laughter.

61. Wishing you a vibrant and joyous Eid.

62. May you and your family be blessed with all the gifts of Allah this Eid.

63. Eid reminds us that the greatest treasures aren’t tangible.

64. Eid is a time for hope and grace.

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65. May Allah forgives our sins and acknowledges our sacrifices this Eid.

66. This Eid, I hope you and your family feel Allah’s warm presence bless your home.

67. May Allah opens all doors for you.

68. We hope Allah showers you and your loved ones with blessings.

69. I hope Eid brings you all the fun and festivity you deserve.

70. On Eid, remember that Allah’s presence is a gift.

71. May your Eid be as amazing as Allah.

72. May your bond with Allah grow even stronger this Eid.

73. Let your faith guide you this Eid and always.

74. I wish you an Eid full of smiles and sweet treats.

75. May we all remember this Eid to show forgiveness, speak for justice and avoid the ignorant.

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