Eid al-Fitr 2013 Images, Quotes


Think for all who can not enjoy
Pray for all who can not enjoy
Lend a hand who can not enjoy
GO to just one who can not enjoy
He will think for you
Think for all who can not enjoy
Pray for all who can not enjoy
Lend a hand who can not enjoy
GO to just one who can not enjoy
He will think for you
He will pray for you
He will certainly enjoy
You will indeed enjoy
Think over it, U will enjoy
Believe it, U will enjoy
I swear to GOD, U will enjoy
Just do it today and ahead
Happy Eid!

 

Eid al-Fitr 2013 Images Quotes

 

Do you know what is the meaning of the word EID ?
Eid is the combination of three meaningful words as follows:
E = Embrace with open heart
I = Inspire with impressive attitude
D = Distribute pleasure to all peoples
EID Mubark To ALL.

 

Eid al-Fitr 2013 Images, Quotes

 

Amazing Eid Poem
Eid Mubarak to everyone come on
Let’s have lots of fun!
Eid is fun and great
It is time to celebrate
Everyone’s going to the mosque to pray
People are grateful, it’s a special day.
“Mmmmmm”.. the taste of the delicious food
Really puts you in a good mood.
Children opening their gifts with smiles
On their faces and having fun going
Out to different places.
Everybody’s wearing their posh clothes
And the guys are cruising in their
Flashy cars on the roads.
All of a sudden the day comes to an end
Well what can I say…
Thank you for a beautiful and lovely day!!

 

Eid al-Fitr word In all Different Languages:

  • Acehnese – Uroë Raya Puasa (“Feast of Fasting”)
  • Albanian – Fitër Bajrami, Bajrami i madh (“Greater Feast”)
  • Azerbaijan – Ramazan Bayramı, Orucluq Bayramı
  • Bengali – রোজার ঈদ / Rojar Id
  • Bosnian – Ramazanski bajram (“Ramadan Feast”), Mali Bajram (“Lesser Feast”)
  • Bulgarian – Рамазан Байрам / Ramazan Bayram
  • Chinese – 开斋的盛宴 / Kāizhāi de Shèngyàn
  • Croatian – Ramazanski bajram (“Ramadan Feast”)
  • Dutch – Suikerfeest (“Sugar Feast”)
  • Farsi – عید فطر / Id-e Fitr (“Eid of Fitr”)
  • Filipino – Wakas ng Ramadan, Hari Raya Buka Puasa, Pagtatapos ng Pag-aayuno
  • German – Fest des Fastenbrechens (“Feast of Breaking the Fast”)
  • Hausa – Sallah
  • Hebrew – עיד אל-פיטר
  • Hindi – ईद उल-फ़ित्र
  • Indonesian – Idul Fitri, Hari Lebaran
  • Javanese – Ngaidul Fitri
  • Kazakh – Ораза айт / Oraza ait
  • Kurdish – جێژنی ڕەمەزان / Cejna Remezanê
  • Kyrgyz – Orozo Mayram
  • Macedonian – Рамазан Бајрам
  • Maghrebi Arabic – عيد الصغير / ‘Id as-Saghir (“Lesser Eid”)
  • Malay – Hari Raya Aidilfitri (“Feast of Eid al-Fitr”), Hari Raya Puasa (“Feast of Fasting”), Hari Lebaran
  • Malayalam – Cheriya Perunnal
  • Mali – Korité
  • Minangkabau – Hari Rayo
  • Niger – Karamas’Sallah, Djingar Keyna (“Lesser Feast”)
  • Pashto – کمکی اختر / Kamkay Akhtar (“Lesser Feast”); وړوکی اختر / Warrukay Akhtar
  • Portuguese – Celebração do fim do jejum
  • Russian – Праздник Нарушения Поста
  • Senegalese – Korité
  • Serbian – Рамазански бајрам
  • Sindhi – Id Nimaz
  • Somali – Ciid Yare
  • Spanish – Fiesta de la ruptura del ayuno
  • Sundanese – Boboran Siyam
  • Tamil – Nonbu Perunaal
  • Tatar – Ураза байрам / Uraza bayram
  • Turkish – Ramazan Bayramı (“Ramadan Feast”), Şeker Bayramı (“Sugar Feast”)
  • Turkmen – Oraza baýramy
  • Urdu – چھوٹی عید / Choti Id; میٹھی عید / Meethi Id
  • Uyghur – روزا ھېيت / Rozi Heyt
 

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