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Posted On: 5 June 2019 11:00 am
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How to say ‘Eid Mubarak’ in different languages

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How to say ‘Eid Mubarak’ in different languages

Although ‘Eid Mubarak’ is the most popular way to greet friends and family on Eid Al Fitr and Eid Al Adha, some countries do have different phrases they use to greet one another on these special occasions.

The following are some of the different ways Muslims around the world may greet each other on Eid.


  • Akhtar de nekmregha sha = Happy Eid


  • Gëzuar bajramin = Happy Eid

Arab world

  • Eid Saeed = Happy Eid
  • Kul 'aam wa antum bi-khayr = May I find you well and in good health every year
  • Eid Mubarak lakum wa-li-‘a’ilatakum = Blessed Eid to you and your family
  • Atamanna lakum Eid sa‘id jiddan! Litakun kul a‘malakum al-khayyira maqbula ‘ind Allah = I wish you a very happy Eid, and may all your good deeds be accepted by God
  • Aad Eiduk or Aad Eidukum = May your Eid return (again and again)


  • Eider shubheccha = Eid Greetings


  • Kāizhāi jié kuàilè = Happy Eid


  • Ni ti yuun' palli = Happy new Eid season


  • Eid muborak shaved = Eid Mubarak


  • Cejna we pîroz be = Happy Eid

Malaysia, Indonesia, Brunei, and Singapore

  • Selamat Hari Raya = Happy Eid or Eid Mubarak


  • Bayramınız kutlu olsun = have a happy Eid
  • Iyi Bayramlar = Have a good holiday
  • Bayramınız mübarek olsun = Bless your holiday

To know more about what 'Eid Mubarak' actually means, click here.

RELATED: What is Eid Al Adha and how is it celebrated?

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