Jumma Mubarak 2021 Wishes, in Urdu, Status, Images, (Photos), Shayari, Quotes, Messages, Greetings, and GIF to Share: Alvida Jumma or Jumu’atul-Widaa’ is the last Friday in the period of Ramadan celebrated as a celebration by the Muslims across the world before Eid-Ul-Fitr.
Eid marks the finish of the 10th month of Ramadan starts and finishes with the presence of the new moon. This year Eid al-Fitr is required to fall on May 23 or 24. Subsequently, before Eid Jumu’atul-Widaa’ will be praised. Jumu’atul-Widaa’ comes from Arabic where Jumu’ah signifies “social event” and Widaa’ signifies “goodbye”.
Alvida Jumma meaning Friday of goodbye or the stranded Friday Al-Widaa Juma is viewed as the second holiest day during Ramzan.
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Jumma Mubarak Wishes, Images and Greetings in Urdu
Wishing you a blessed Jumma. May all your prayers be heard today!
Wish you a blessed and pleasant Jummah. May this valuable day bring satisfaction in your heart and fill your life with the endowments of Allah!
Shayari and Messages
Again the day of Rahmat- Jumma is here. May Allah bestow His blessings and mercy upon you and your family!
Along with the countless blessings and the basket of the mercy of Allah Jumma is again here. May Allah keep our Imaan strong in our heart and grant us Forgiveness!
Quotes, Status and GIF
When Friday comes, the angels sit at the doors of the mosque and record who comes to the Jumu`ah prayer. Then, when the imam comes out, the angels roll up their scrolls. – Abu Hurairah (Radi-Allahu Anhu)
On this day there is a time when no Muslim stands and prays, asking Allaah for something, but Allaah will grant him it. And The Prophet Muhammad (Sallallahu Alayhi Wa Sallam) gestured with his hands to indicate how short that time is. – Al-Bukhari