What is the meaning of Jumma Mubarak?

Jumma Mubarak

As Jumma holds a significant place in the life of a Muslim, the Jumma Mubarak wishes and messages of our collections will help you to wish your closed ones in the best way.

What is the meaning of Jumma Mubarak?
Jummah Mubarak l means Happy Friday. Muslims offers weekly prayers (Namaz) on friday noon which is sacred to their religion and considered holy day according to Islamic beliefs.

What should I say when someone says “#Jummah #Mubarak”?
When someone wishes “Jummah Mubarak”, just reply back with the same sentence “Jummah Mubarak”.

What is the importance of Friday (jumma)in #islamic faith.
#Friday is the sixth day in Islamic week

The literal meaning of Friday is congregation
In #Islam this day is given the most importance than any other days of the week.
Prayer of Jummah is offered every Friday

Jumma holds religious significance’s in every Muslim life


Jumma Mubarak to you and your family.

May Almighty endows His numerous favors on you and your family on every Friday!

May every Jummah prayer brings peace, joy, forgiveness of Allah and strengthen your faith upon Him. Jumma Mubarak!

May Allah pardon all of us on this valuable day and guide us in the right way. Jumma Mubarak to all.

Jumma Mubarak to all of you.
May you be blessed with peace of mind, good health and uncountable favors of Allah!

Again the day of Rahmat- Jumma is here.
May Allah bestow His blessings and mercy upon you and your family! On this auspicious day of Jumma.

Dua is the most precious gift you can give someone.
May Allah acknowledge all your dua in Jumma petition!


Jumma Mubarak 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

Either some people stop neglecting the Friday prayers, or Allah will seal their hearts and they will be among the heedless.
– Abu Hurairah (Radi-Allahu Anhu)

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)

Come to Masjid Early for the Jumu’ah (Friday) Prayer and Earn Bonus Reward of as much as Offering a Camel.
- Sahih Al-Bukhari: 929

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