Alvida Jumma, also known as Jumma tul Wida will be celebrated all over the world on 7th May this year. In Islam religion, Friday is called the day of jumma. Alvida Jumma is the last jumma of Islam calendar, which is celebrated on the last Friday of the Holy month of Ramadan. On the day of Alvida Jumma, all Muslims have to gather and take the name of Allah. Jumme has special significance in Islam. The day of jumma is considered a day of mercy in the court of Allah. On the day of Alvida Jumma people all over the world wishes each other by sharing Alvida Jumma Mubarak Images (Photos), messages, wishes, Greetings, Shayari, Quotes, Status, DP, and GIF.
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Alvida Jumma Mubarak Wishes, Images and Greetings
On the Jumma, all I pray that may you be blessed with the favors of Allah and your life is filled with good health, joy, love, and peace. Happy Friday.
Happy Jummah. May Almighty endows His numerous favors on you and your family on every Friday!
Shayari, Messages, and Status
Isn’t it amazing that we hand over all our worries to Him and in return, Allah gives us blessings! So just keep praying and keep me in your prayers too.
When you do the Jumma prayer, the Noor of Jumma shines in your life and your Imaan gets stronger. May Allah acknowledge your Jumma petitions!
DP, GIF, and Quotes
Jumma Mubarak. Come to pray on schedule for the Jumma prayer and receive the reward of as much as offering a camel. – Sahih Al Bukhari – 929
Jumma Mubarak! Once on a day of Jumma, the messenger of Allah (Sallallahu Alayhi Wa Sallam) said- “ Allah the Almighty has made Jumma as the day of Eid” – Ibn Majah