Happy Ending of Ramadan – Eid Mubarak

Happy Ending of Ramadan – Eid Mubarak

Alhamdulillah Ramadan has come to a happy and peaceful ending in Saudi Arabia and other Gulf Countries and Eid-ul-Fitar is just next morning on Tuesday, 30th September 2008.

We all muslims are happy after the tired schedule of Ramadan, because mostly in work places you have to go in two shifts however no doubt Ramadan brought endless blessings for us and a peaceful night Lailt-ul-Qadar.

Tomorrow morning we will get up early to join the Eid prayer, in Saudi Arabia I didn’t find a big size mosque for eid prayer, normally what they do is, organize the prayer in a big ground, where they place carpets for prayer.

In Pakistan my parents, brothers will celebrate eid with-in next few days. Off course I’ll miss all of them. It is very hard to stay in abroad.

Whatever, thanks to Allah who gave us a nice life and blessings and wisdom and given us chances to celebrate our time. 🙂

About Yasir Imran

Yasir Imran is a Pakistani living in Saudi Arabia. He writes because he want to express his thoughts. It is not necessary you agree what he says, You may express your thoughts in your comments. Once reviewed and approved your comments will appear in the discussion.
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12 Responses to Happy Ending of Ramadan – Eid Mubarak

  1. Alpha Turay says:

    Assalamu Alaykum and Eid ul mubarak.
    Alhamdillah and peace be upon Rasululah.May our fasting be accepted inshallah.
    It is very difficult for my country Sierra Leone to always see the moon in the last day, so as to confirm the day of the Eid ul fitrl prayer.
    In that respect Eid ul fitri prayer is performed a day after Saudi Arabia has performed.

  2. zarnaz Virani says:

    Eid Mubarak Mr Mirza….
    Its by chance and Allah’s blessings that i visited ur blog as its very unritual for me to check blogs.
    Iam a Saudi iqama Holder residing In Abha, KSA. currently Im enrolled as a BBA student at Bahria University karachi campus and in KSA so as to Celebrate Eid with my family. As curerntly in the 3rd year of my bachelors, i was primarily concerned about the career opportunities for females in KSA in the field of management sciences. Im not very sure if the doors are open for females at administrative posts in companies in KSA. kindly guide me and share anything in ur knowledge concering my urge to work in KSA at a respectable post either in a Pharmaceutical company or a processed food company(like Al Marai etc) as im planning my majors in so. feel free to email me at the mentioned address. ur response will be highly appreciated….
    Thank you
    Zarnaz Virani

  3. zarnaz Virani says:

    my email is:


    waiting anxiously!!!

  4. Yasir Imran says:

    Aslam O Alaikum and Eid Mubarak to you

    I hope you will be fine. Nice to know that you are a saudi iqama holder.
    I am surprised to see you are asking consultancy from me, I am just doing my job here & I really don’t know anything special about jobs or saudi companies and also I am not in management field.

    However I can say that there are not much opportunities for female jobs in Saudi Arabia. Still a good qualification may help you in getting good jobs, it would be better if you complete your master degree in your field and during that try to get some internship or a job experience.

    To get a job you must be present here , get some experience and come here in KSA, try to search for a job and I hope you will find a nice job in few months.

    Having strong command in English speaking is a great plus in Saudi Arabia and if you born in KSA I guess you will have a good command in Arabic too, if not then learn Arabic language

    Well these were just basic facts and needs for getting a job, finally co-operation from your family and your luck can play a vital role in getting job

    Please check these websites for jobs


    I am sorry I could not help you much but this is what that I could do

    Thanks for visiting my blog and keep visiting, if you want to ask something else please let me know.

  5. zarnaz Virani says:

    thankyou so much,,,

    ill consider ur suggestions seriously. and plus, i forgot to ask u before, are there any females in the firm u r working with rite now?

  6. zarnaz Virani says:

    also, just felt like telling you, my brother in doing BS in computer sciences from NU-FAST karachi…

    for him you will be a good example 🙂

  7. Yasir Imran says:


    There are no females in my company because we used to sell mobile, pocket pcs & a few accessories, so we don’t need a female here. Also we are small business not corporate.
    Your previous idea was right, like you should go for the institutions like Al-Ahli bank, Al-Rajhi bank, Safi or Marai dairy, jamjoom group etc
    I have seen a few Lebanon females too doing jobs in different organizations, you may try for Pakistan embassy schools, they offer respectable teachers jobs.
    Nice to know about brother, I guess Fast is a great institue, best of luck to him & you both

    Best Regards

  8. Yasir Imran says:

    @Alpha Turay

    Yes, this idea is right, mostly the Eid day in Saudi Arabia is correct & should be followed by other coutries
    Eid Mubarak to all you you
    Thanks for visiting my blog & keep visiting 🙂

  9. zarnaz Virani says:

    Thank You Mr Mirza for your help and concern 🙂


    Zarnaz Virani

  10. meg says:

    Dear Mr Mirza,
    I am an Italian Woman married to a Muslim man.
    I want to send wishes to my husband’s relatives in English for the end of Ramadan. Whato to write?

    GOOD END OF RAMADAN is good?

    Thank you very muche.

    Mrs Meg

  11. prayer for post of manager/director

  12. میری طرف سے بہت بہت عید مبارک قبول کیجئے

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