Eid Mubarak to all readers! It literally means a “Blessed Festival”and can be paraphrased as “May your religious holiday be blessed.” It’s a way of saying “Happy Eid” at the time of the Islamic Eid holidays. It is a phrase of greetings that is said among Muslims to congratulate each other on holidays. The appropriate answer when someone greets you is, “Allah yubarak feek!”(May Allah bless you also!) This phrase can be applied to both Eid al-Fitr (Ramadan/Fasting) and Eid al-Adha (Hajj/Sacrifice).
Today, the whole Islam world celebrates Eid Al Adha. It is one of the special festivals of Muslims and it is also known as the festival of sacrifice.