Eid translates into English as “celebration” and Mubarak literally means “blessed”.
Eid Mubarak can therefore be taken to mean “blessed Eid” or “blessed celebration”.
Muslims greet each other with the phrase twice every year. The greeting is used during Eid al-Fitr after Ramadan and during the holy festival of Eid al-Adha.
Arabic speakers might also add “Kul’am wantum bikhair”, which means “Wishing you well every year” in English.
In every shared smile and laughter
In every prayer answered
In every opportunity that comes your way
May Allah bless you greatly