How to wish someone Happy Holidays in 11 different languages ​​| world news

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Eid has been officially announced in several countries. (Credit: Getty Images/EyeEm)

After a month-long fast, Muslims around the world will celebrate joyfully Eid-al Fitr (sometimes spelled as Eid ul Fitr) as announced by many countries today (April 21).

Eid al-Fitr is the earlier of the two Eids to be celebrated, followed by Eid-al-Adha in the summer.

You may be familiar with the Arabic expression “Eid Mubarak” which means “a blessed feast” in English, but did you know that there are other ways to wish your friends or family a happy feast?

How to send your best wishes for Eid in 11 languages.

How to wish someone Happy Holidays in different languages


  • عيد مبارك (Eid Mubarak) – “Have a blessed oath”
  • تقبل الله مناومنكم (Taqabalallahu minna wa minkum) – “May Allah accept your and our righteous deeds”
  • عيد سعيد (Eid Saeed) – ‘Happy Eid’

A Muslim family sits around a laptop at a table.

Call your Muslim friends or family today to show your support (Picture: Getty)


Bajram Serif Mubarek Olsun – “Happy Eid”


Bayramınız kutlu olsun – “May your oath be blessed”

Zazaki (Eastern Turkey)

Rosanê Şima Bimbarek Bo – “Happy Eid”


Selamat Hari Raya Idul Fitri – “Happy Festival of Eid ul Fitr”


Eider shubheccha – “Eid greetings”

Pashto (Afghan)

Akhtar de nekmregha sha – “Happy Eid”

Muslims greet each other in Sultanahmet Square after performing the Eid al-Adha prayer at the Hagia Sophia Grand Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey.

Send your good wishes to your Muslim friends wherever they are in the world (Image: Mehmet Murat Onel/Getty)


Gezuar Bajramin – “Happy Eid”


Cejna we pîroz be – “Happy Eid”


Selamat Hari Raya – “Happy Holiday”


Ni ti yuun’ palli – “Happy New Eid Season”

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