Hijri new year 1443 wishes | Islamic Happy New Year 2023
Islamic Happy New Year 2023. The day of love and celebration of true love is the Hijri New Year. This festival is celebrated at the end of Hajj- following the Hajj periods and dawn when Muslims around the globe turn to God for help and solace during this time of hardship. During the course of this period, Muslims all over the world fast from dawn to sunset – a period which is considered to be one of the most sacred periods of their religion. The Hijri Festival commemorates this spiritual dedication and calls upon believers to extend this spiritual fast for a year and a half, and pray for the survival of their faith. The Hijri Festival has its origins in Muzdalfa-ur Rehman, the celebration of God’s compassion and forgiveness, which were held at the site of Hijri Mosque, in the city of Havelis, on the anniversary of Abraham’s arrival in the city of Mecca.
Islamic Happy New Year 2023
To celebrate the auspicious occasion of Eid-ul-Fitr (the day of worship), millions of Muslims all over the world send their best wishes and good wishes to friends and family across the globe on this day. This is the most popular occasion that the followers of Islam around the globe take part in. In fact, this day is considered so auspicious that it is also called “Magh Mela Islamabad”. Some of the best Hijri greeting cards can be found online. The Hijri New Year greeting cards are available in different designs, colours and prices, depending on the quality and number of words that are included in the card.
Hijri new year 1443 wishes
The traditional greeting cards that are printed are beautifully created with very nice colours, designs and fonts. They include verses from the Holy Quran and verses from the traditional Islamic poems. The traditional writings on the cards include the following: “God is Great” “Welcome to Islam” “This month we bow to the majesty of our Lord” “A Muslim is a person with honour” “The Seal of Success” “The Beginning of Paradise” “The Beginning of a Great Time” “You are invited to the paradise of Islam” “You are blessed for what you do.” You will also notice that the traditional greeting cards of Pakistan to send their love and blessings to their friends and loved ones on this very special day. The Hijri New Year greeting cards act as a great way to make people come and visit Pakistan.
May we have another glorious, blissful, and flourishing Islamic New Year ahead! Have a peaceful and blessed Muharram!
Happy Muharram to my brothers and sisters! I Hope Allah’s blessings and Heaven’s fortune will accompany us throughout the year!
Happy Islamic New Year! May this year lead you to live as a pious, faithful, and devoted Muslim!
The Hijri New Year greetings are usually printed on pink paper. These cards bear beautiful written verses from the Holy Quran. Each verse begins with the words “In the name of Allah” and ends with the phrase “And on the day of Judgment all wrongs will be remitted”. The beauty of this traditional greeting card is that it always starts with “In the name of Allah” and finishes with “and on the day of Judgment all wrongs will be remitted’.
How to Wish Hijri Happy New Year 2023?
Your best wishes for the coming year and especially for this hijri year 1443 can be printed in blue ink on green paper. To share your thoughts with friends and family you may write your thoughts on one of two sheets of paper. The first sheet is dedicated to your wish and wishes and the second sheet is dedicated to share your views with family and friends.
Every true Muslim must ensure that he or she sends their blessings, good wishes and most importantly the dreams of happiness to their beloved ones. This is an ultimate test of faith and also an ultimate way to fulfill the wishes of your loved ones. In the name of Allah, the merciful and the compassionate master, please help us in building a better future for you and your family so that they may bless the face of their beloved ones with the prosperity and success that you know is only possible through this blessed time of year 1443.
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