20 Thoughtful Eid-el-Kabir Messages and Prayers For Your Loved Ones

Eid el-Kabir, also known as Eid al-Adha or Sallah, is one of the most important celebrations in Islam. In English, the Arabic phrase Eid el-Kabir means the Festival of Sacrifice. It commemorates the story of Prophet Ibrahim and his willingness to sacrifice his son, Ismail, to obey Allah. Just as he was about to offer Ismail for sacrifice, Allah stopped Ibrahim and provided a ram to be slaughtered in his place. This event marks a show of faith and total submission to the will of Allah. Muslims celebrate Eid el-Kabir by slaughtering an animal, typically sheep, goat, or cow, and distributing the meat among family, friends, and those in need.

Whether you’re celebrating or know someone who is, here are some thoughtful prayers and messages to show goodwill.

Eid el-Kabir prayers

Nothing beats saying a prayer for your loved ones during a celebration. It’s a great way to show you care for them outside of all the tasty Sallah ram they’ll send your way.

  • May your sacrifices be accepted and your home be showered with blessings.
  • As you offer your sacrifices, I pray that Allah showers his divine blessings on you and fulfills all your dreams on this Eid al-Adha and always.
  • May Allah grant you and your family happiness, good health, and prosperity this Eid al-Adha.
  • During Sallah, Allah replaced a ram with Ishmael for the Prophet Ibrahim. May He replace all your problems and sorrows with abundance and happiness. Eid Mubarak.
  • May you and your family witness more of this celebration in good health and sound mind.
  • May Allah give you the strength to always be willing to sacrifice and submit to His will and command at all times. Happy celebrations.
  • May all your good deeds transform into blessings and make it a beautiful Sallah celebration for you and your family.
  • May the goodness of Allah that abounds in heaven and earth occupy your home with joy and tranquility on this occasion of Eid al-Adha. I pray Allah purifies your heart, protects and favors you, and grants you a long life to experience more celebrations.
  • May Allah accept our Ibadah, ease our affairs, guide our paths, forgive our shortcomings, and grant us all the best in this life and the world to come. May He make our feet steadfast on this path of Al Islam. Eid Mubarak.
  • May the sacrifice of Eid el-Kabir strengthen your faith in Allah and light up your world with uncountable blessings. Eid Mubarak.

Thoughtful Eid el-Kabir messages

Eid is only celebrated once a year, so it’s a big deal that your friends and family have witnessed yet another celebration. Never a bad idea to let them know how glad and happy you are to have them around for another year of celebration. These thoughtful Eid messages will do the trick.

  • Sending you warm wishes for a blessed Eid. May you find joy in the simple things and create lasting memories with your loved ones.
  • The most important message of Eid-al-Kabir is the abolition of individual selfishness. May the teachings of this occasion brighten your life today and always.
  • Each Muslim is welcome to embrace the warmth of Allah’s love on this day, so make sure to share the joy and excitement with your family and neighbors. May Allah bless you with ceaseless happiness and goodwill.
  • Wishing you a day filled with blessings, good vibes, and all the Sallah meat that your teeth can handle. Cheers to a great celebration.
  • Happy Eid. May this Sallah bring you all the joy and deliciousness you deserve. Save some Sallah meat for me, okay?
  • Eid-al-Adha is the day of offering sacrifice, rejoicing, enjoying, and showing our commitment to what Allah orders.
  • Sending you good vibes on this great day. May Allah fill your heart with happiness and love. I love you.
  • Accept the blessings of Allah with all your heart and forget the sorrows that burden your soul. Enjoy the moments you share with your family.
  • Barka da Sallah! May this Eid bring you and your family peace, prosperity, and good health.
  • Thanks to Allah for bringing us together to share the same path. Now, let’s share the same happiness and pleasure as the holy Eid is almost at the door. Happy celebrations.

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