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  1. شکریہ اور آپکو بھی بہت بہت عید مبارک
    اللہ تعالٰی ہمارے گناہوں سے درگزر فرمائے ، ہمیں شعور عطاء فرمائے اور پوری امت مسلمہ کو دائمی خوشیوں سے نوازے۔ اٰمین

  2. Thanx MR Duffer, Allah Pak hamrey halon pe reham kery.
    @Rashid, janab how r u? Lagda hai k arbai kafi aser kardi pai hai. 🙂
    When are U coming here in Emirates? Waiting for ur aamid. 🙂

  3. Eid Mubarik to you MZ. kaysay ho? Last time you were ill when I left a comment but looking by the colours and theme change, looks like you have fully recovered and enjoying the festive season.

    of all the places in the world, I miss Pakistan and Eid…One feels the need to be there; One feels the need to remain with those who changed your lives…

  4. Eid Mubarak to u Kashkin, Yar Allahamdullillah i’m f9, trying to enjoy eid but away from home its very difficult to enjoy specailly the festive season.
    Same here missing Pakistan, Islamabad, family and friends.

  5. hey mz. I am logging on from a mobile phone from village to wish the blog family. Hope you had fun to bhai. 🙂 very nice theme and very nice pics in post.

  6. Salaams and guzishta eid mubarak!
    Hope you’ve had some lovely time on eid … did you people meet on eid … you and goonga? … am missing you both here .. 😦 wanna catch you people soon ..

  7. umm…why Saeed? Thats a new way to greet Eid…for me at least…Eid Saeed…? is it only because it rhymes…

    belated Eid wishes anyways…at least I wasnt as late as Bakra Eid…so I can be forgiven right?

  8. Muslims observe two major holidays: Eid al-Fitr (at the end of the annual fasting month of Ramadan), and Eid al-Adha (at the end of the annual pilgrimage to Mecca). During these times, Muslims give thanks to Allah for His bounty and mercy, celebrate the holy days, and wish each other well. While appropriate words in any language are welcome, there are some traditional or common Arabic greetings that one may use or come across:

    "Kul ‘am wa enta bi-khair!”
    ("May every year find you in good health!”)

    "Eid Mubarak!”
    ("Blessed Eid!”)

    "Eid Saeed!”
    ("Happy Eid!”)

    "Taqabbala Allahu minna wa minkum.”
    ("May Allah accept from us, and from you.”)

    extract taken from


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