How to want somebody a Happy Eid in 11 various languages|World News

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    After a month-long quickly, Muslims around the world will be joyously commemorating Eid-al Fitr (sometimes written as Eid ul Fitr), as it was announced as being today by many countries (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 translates as ‘have a blessed Eid’ in English, but did you know that there are other ways to wish your friends or family a happy Eid?

    Here is how to send your best wishes for Eid in 11 languages.

    How to wish someone a Happy Eid in different languages

    Arabic

    A Muslim family sitting around a laptop at a table.

    Calling your Muslim friends or family today is a great way to show support (Picture: Getty)

    Bosnian

    Bajram Šerif mubarek olsun – ‘Happy Eid’

    Turkish

    Bayramınız kutlu olsun – ‘May your Eid be blessed’

    Zazaki (eastern Turkey)

    Roşanê Şima Bimbarek Bo – ‘Happy Eid’

    Indonesian

    Selamat Hari Raya Idul Fitri – ‘Happy celebration day of Eid ul Fitr’

    Bengali

    Eider shubheccha – ‘Eid greetings’

    Pashto (Afghani)

    Akhtar de nekmregha sha – ‘Happy Eid’

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

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

    Albanian

    Gëzuar Bajramin – ‘Happy Eid’

    Kurdish

    Cejna we pîroz be – ‘Happy Eid’

    Malay

    Selamat Hari Raya – ‘Happy Festival day’

    Ghanaian

    Ni ti yuun’ palli – ‘Happy new Eid season’


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