Happy Ramadan Eid 2020 Messages: Happy Ramadan Eid Wishes, Greetings, SMS, Images, Facebook, WhatsApp Status Double the joy of this festival!

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Happy Ramadan Eid 2020 Messages: Happy Ramadan Eid Wishes, Greetings, SMS, Images, Facebook, WhatsApp Status Double the joy of this festival!

The most important festival for Muslims is Ramadan Eid  which will be celebrated on 24-25 May this year, this year the month of Ramadan started from 23rd April. During this time, Muslims seek forgiveness from Allah for their unintentional mistakes.

During this month, fasting is of special importance. This month is celebrated by fasting strictly throughout the day and reciting Namaz five times a day. There is a tradition of celebrating Eid with family, relatives and friends on the occasion of Ramadan Eid, but of course, this year it will not be possible to come together due to lockdown on the back of the corona.

You can send your best wishes on Facebook, WhatsApp Status through some of these Messages, Wishes, Greetings, SMS, Images, to double the joy of Ramadan Eid. Click here for Hindi Eid greeting cards.

What is special is that the following Ramadan Eid Mubarak messages are in Marathi. The Muslim brothers can definitely feel more special by reading these greetings in Marathi from their Marathi friends. Be sure to share this greeting card on your social media.

Happy Ramadan Eid 2020 Message

Allah tala aapki zindagi ki har khwaish,
Har tamanna, har arju, har khushi, puri karaye
Amen!

Happy Ramadan Eid to all Muslim brothers
Happy Eid

The bond of twin minds
This day of the festival is special
Happy Eid to you all
Happy Ramadan Eid!

There is the power of humanity …
Hugging each other
Happy Ramadan Eid
Happy Eid

Happy Ramadan! Happy Eid!

Ramadan Eid is also called ‘Eid-ul-Fitr’. The word fitr also means to donate, so on this day grain, clothes etc. are donated on the occasion of Eid. If you can, donate to those in need during this lockdown. Even if it is not possible to go out of the house, stay at home and celebrate the festival with your family, greet your friends and family, chat with relatives or loved ones far away through video calls. This is a difficult time but there is no need to let it down. Happy Eid to you all from the latest family too!

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