What is Jumma Mubarak?
Jumu’ah means “the gathering of people,” which is derived from jama’a, whereas Mubarak means blessed/happy/good.
Jumu’ah Mubarak translates as “happy Friday” in English and can be interpreted as “blessed Friday.”
In traditional Muslim greetings, Jumu’ah refers to the holiest day of the week when congregational prayers are offered on Fridays.
Islam considers Friday to be a celebration in its own right, so Muslims wear clean clothes, bathe, and eat special food on Friday.
People pray on Fridays in the afternoon and wish Jumu’ah Mubarak to each other as part of Islamic tradition.
What is Jumma Mubarak in Arabic?
جمعة مبارك – The term Jumma is an Urdu word, meaning Friday. It is often used in Pakistan and India. The term ‘mubarak’ in Arabic and Urdu means ‘blessed’ or ‘blessing’.
How to Reply for Jumma Mubarak?
As this day has its own importance in the Islamic religion, Muslims wish each other Jumu’ah Mubarak or Blessed Friday when they go to the Mosque and make a special prayer on that day.
When someone wishes “Jummah Mubarak”, Muslims generally just reply back with the same sentence “Jummah Mubarak”.
Jumma Mubarak Dua
- Wishing you a peaceful and blessed Jumma. May your prayers be answered today!
- May Allah bestow his unconditional blessings on every Muslim. Jumma Mubarak!
- Happy Jummah to you and your family. You may fill this precious day with the blessings of Allah and fill your heart with satisfaction!
- Jumma Mubarak to you! Wishing you peace and harmony on this day.
- Happy Jumma to you! Ask Allah for forgiveness today!
- All I wish is that every Jummah prayer brings you a sense of peace, joy, and forgiveness from Allah, strengthening your faith in Him. Jumma Mubarak.
- God be merciful to you, and may this holy day be a blessing for you. Jumma Mubarak!
- On this day of mercy, may Allah pardon each and every one of us for all of our wrongdoings, no matter how small or how large. Jumma Mubarak to all.
- Jummah Mubarak! Wishing you and your family a blessed and blissful Jumma.
Jumma Mubarak Images & Friday Reminder
Virtues of Friday Prayer
In honor of this blessed day, you should perform the following good deeds:
- One of the good deeds that Allah loves the most is going to the mosque early and waiting for the prayers to begin in the mosque
- Alms, charity, and giving in the name of Allah are considered noble acts.
- Be gracious to your parents.
- Friday is a day of great reward and blessings when one recites Surah Kahf.
- One of the good deeds is listening to Friday Sermon.