Is Ramadan Mubarak or Kareem?

As greetings and happiness fill the air with the arrival of a much-celebrated festival Eid-ul-Fitr, Muslims joyously greet everyone with a cheery ‘Ramadan Kareem’ or ‘Ramadan Mubarak. ‘ These are the most common greetings during the holy month of Ramadan that worships the teachings of Allah.

Is it OK to say Ramadan Kareem?

How do you wish someone a Happy Ramadan? You can exchange Ramadan greetings by saying “Ramadan Kareem,” which translates into “Have a generous Ramadan,” or “Ramadan Mubarak,” which roughly translates into “Happy Ramadan.” On the last day of Ramadan, which is Eid-al-fitr, the greeting changes to “Eid Mubarak.”

What is the difference between Ramadan Kareem and Eid Mubarak?

Boudemagh said: “People greet each other when Ramadan has officially been announced the night before starting the fast. Ramadan is a month of generosity, therefore wish Kareem. … At the end of Ramadan, on Eid Al fitr and after morning prayer, we say Eid Mubarak, meaning ‘blessed festival’.

How do you say Happy Ramadan 2021?

Ramadan Kareem! Wishing you a very happy Ramadan 2021!

What do you say to start Ramadan?

What do you say on the first day of Ramadan? It is customary to wish someone a ‘Happy Ramadan’ by saying ‘Ramadan Mubarak’. Alternatively, you can say ‘Ramadan Kareem’ which translates into ‘Have a generous Ramadan’. On the last day of Ramadan, to mark Eid al-Fitr, people will often say ‘Eid Mubarak’.

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What to say after Ramadan ends?

Eid Mubarak



Eid means a Muslim festival or celebration and Mubarak means blessed. Together it means blessed celebration and used as a greeting to mark the end of the month of Ramadan where a three-day festivity follows.

Why is it better to say Ramadan Mubarak?

What do ‘Ramadan Mubarak‘ and ‘Ramadan Kareem‘ mean? The more common of the greetings during the holy month is “Ramadan Mubarak”, which translates from the Arabic word meaning “blessed” – the phrase therefore means “Blessed Ramadan”, often used in the same way as wishing somebody a “Happy Ramadan”.

Is it permissible to say Eid Mubarak?

*Eid Mubarak to you too! May your home be filled with happiness and joy. Well, you can reply to Eid Mubarak greetings by simply thanking them or saying “Jajakallah Khairan” or ”Eid Mubarak to you too.” But, when someone wishes us, Eid Mubarak, we should also use warm and heartfelt words to respond to it.

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