Greeting people on different special days is common among all culture, religion, and nations. For Muslims, Friday is a blessed day and it is not just one Friday or the month or the whole year but every Friday of the week. Friday has been translated as “Jumma” in Arabic. To greet each other Muslims says, Jumma Mubarak.
While the world Jumma Mubarak is the word of Arabic language but it is a universal word for Muslims for Friday. That’s why, it does not matter that at which part of the world the Muslims are living, and they use this same word to greet the blessings of Friday every week.
Examples to greet Jumma:
There are different ways through which one can say Jumma Mubarak to their Muslim fellow. For example, in the past when there was a lack of technology, the Muslims usually say Jumma Mubarak when they meet with other Muslims in the mosque. Today, Muslims are using technology to greet Friday.
There are Jumma Mubarak wishes, photos, gif, videos, Whatsapp status, SMS messages, and quotes. These all have been used to greet Friday with each other.
How to respond when someone says, Jumma Mubarak?
There is no general rule or respond which can be used to reply back when someone says, Jumma Mubarak. Some of the common responses are:
- Thank you
- Same too you
- Jumma Mubarak you too
- Jazak Allah Khair
- Greeting in the same way back.
As I have mentioned above, today, the technology is being used to greet Friday, that’s why it is now become very easy to reply when someone says, Jumma Mubarak. You can download Jumma Mubarak photos, gif and SMS messages and use them to reply back when someone says Jumma Mubarak to you.