Jumma Mubarak Dua: Sending Jumma Mubarak dua to friends and family is very common in Muslims. On every Friday which is known as Jumma in Arabic, Muslims greet the blessing of Jumma each other. This has been done by sending greeting messages, prayers and Jumma Mubarak dua.
The Muslims send the greetings of Friday to each other in their own styles. For example, some people send text messages with simply greeting text where other sends a graphical message. There are not the animated version of Jumma greetings are available which is called GIF files.
In the past when Smartphone was rare, the Jumma prayers sent in text messages only. Today the Jumma Mubarak Dua messages have been sent in photo versions too.
Jummah dua in Urdu
The Muslims living in Pakistan and India uses their traditional and national languages to send the greeting messages. Instead of sending Jummah Mubarak Dua in the Arabic language which is hard to understand, they send Jummah Mubarak dua in Urdu and Hindi languages.
Jummah Mubarak dua me yaad rakhna is a very common message which has been exchanged by Muslims of Pakistan and India. This message is a request from each other to keep remembers me when you are praying the Jumma prayer or making special dua for yourself and your family. This is why the most greeting messages in the Urdu language related to Friday have this term of Urdu “Dua Me Yaad Rakhna”.
Jummah Mubarak dua in Arabic
Arabic languages messages do not mean that they have been searched in Arabic countries only but other countries too. The Jummah Mubarak dua in Arabic messages usually contain the verse from Quran or hadith in which Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) prayed for the people.
Sending the dua messages in Arabic is equally popular than sending in other languages like Urdu and Hindi.