What are the best Eid El Kabir greetings?

Are you looking for original ways tto wish your friends a Happy Eid El Kabir? Here is an extensive list of wishes and text messages you can send your friends.

Eid El Kabir Greetings

Eid El Kabir is a great holiday for all the Muslims. As we have already found out in one of the articles, the holiday is considered to be one of the most important festivities in Islam. They celebrate it every year for several days paying visits to their friends and relatives, sending Eid El Kabir wishes and messages to the ones they love.

Before we present you the most popular Eid El Kabir text messages and greetings, here is what you need to know about the holiday. This holiday is believed to be a reminder of the story when God saved the life of Ibrahim’s son. Ibrahim was told by God that he should go into the mountains and give his son as a pleasing sacrifice to God. Ibrahim, or as Jews and Christians call him Abraham, took his son and went to the place God told him about.

As they reached the destination point and Ibrahim was about to sacrifice his son, God spoke to him and told him not to do this. God said that He appreciated Ibrahim’s desire to obey the Lord even if He asked him to give up the most valuable thing in his life. That is why God showed Ibrahim a ram in the bushes which he took and made a sacrifice of. That is why on this day Muslims slaughter sheep, cows as well as other animals they call halal (or acceptable). The meat of the animal is cooked and shared with their relatives, friends, and people in need. It is a magnificent time when everyone practices being charitable and generous.

Eid El Kabir text messages

There is another story behind Eid El Kabir which is connected to the name of Hagar and Ishmael, her son. As they were abandoned in the desert in Arabia, she prayed, and God provided them with a spring of water in the middles of a dry and hot land. They made a well out of it, and soon Ibrahim constructed a place of worship by it as a reminder of God’s mercy. Later there Ismael was given the gift of prophecy, according to the Islamic teachings.

As you can see, this day is a significant holiday for Muslims. And here is how you can wish them well and send your greetings on Eid El Kabir.

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The first one goes like this: “Let's learn the basic essence of sacrifice,

and let's celebrate this Eid by sacrificing our egos.

Eid-ul-Adha Mubarak !”

Happy Eid El Kabir messages

The second one is as follows: “When My Arms Cannot Reach People Close To My Heart, I Always Hug Them With My Prayers. As We Celebrate Eid-el-Kabir, May ALLAH'S PEACE, and BLESSINGS be with you & your Family. Barka de Sallah.”

You can also send these text messages: “Eid is the combination of 3 meaningful words

E = Embrace with open heart

I = Inspire with impressive attitude

D = Distribute pleasure to all

Happy Eid Kabir”

Or “Sending you warm wishes on Eid-el-Kabir,

May God bring abundant joy and happiness in your life!

I ask Allah 2 make you happy,

make you smile,

guide you safely,

through every mile,

grant you wealth,

give you health

and most of all grant you paradise!

I wish you ALL a very happy and peaceful Eid-el-Kabir.”

Eid El Kabir greeting message

Some people like this saying: “Happy moments- praise Allah.

Difficult moments-seek Allah.

Quiet moments-worship Allah.

Painful moments-trust Allah.

Moment by moment-thank Allah.


This is another good reminder: “True obedience is selflessness and submission to Allah's will. May this festival of sacrifice bring us hope and fulfillment. Happy Eid-el-Kabir”

“It’s a day of rejoicing and bliss; it’s a day of blessing and peace; it’s a day to reflect and ponder; it’s a day to celebrate together!”

“I wish you the gift of faith, the blessing of hope, and the peace of his love at Eid and always.”

“May the day delight and the moments measure all the special joys for all of you to treasure. May the year ahead be fruitful too, for your home and family and especially for you. Happy Eid Mubarak To You!”

And as you read these greeting, we wish a happy holiday as well! We hope you will find these recommendations useful. And we would love to see what wishes you send to your friends on this day. Leave your greetings in the comments below.

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