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How to Send Wishes in Aqeeqah


Few strands in the Islamic heritage are as colorful and beloved as the celebration of Aqeeqah. This custom, which is rooted in pleasure and respect, marks the welcome of a baby into the family, community, and religious community. The meaningful tradition of conveying wishes is at the center of this festivity. MuslimDuaWazifa site creates a tapestry of blessings, wishes, and aspirations for the priceless soul that has entered our world via the delicate dance of words, prayers, and gestures. We invite you to travel with us through the ageless customs and contemporary interpretations of Aqeeqah wish-giving, as we set out to light the path of love and respect for our newest community member.

Knowing the importance of Aqeeqah

It’s important to know the importance of Aqeeqah in Islam before sending wishes. Aqeeqah is a sunnah, a custom that the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) instituted and promoted. It is a chance to celebrate the happy event with loved ones, friends, and the less fortunate. It also represents thanksgiving to God for the gift of a child.

Customary Prayers and Wishes

  1. Dua for the Newborn: Commence by making sincere requests and prayers for the health, happiness, and well-being of the infant. It is traditional at Aqeeqah to recite passages from the Quran, such as Surah Al-Fatiha or Surah Al-Asr, and to invoke blessings upon the child.
  2. Blessings from Hadith: Gifts from the Hadith Sharing blessings and prayers that are referenced in genuine Hadiths, with inspiration drawn from the teachings of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him). It is a lovely gesture, for example, to recite the dua, “Barakallahu lakuma wa baraka ‘alaikuma wa jama’a baynakuma fi khair” (May Allah bless you both, and may He bless all He has supplied you with, and may He join you both in kindness).

Contemporary Ways to Send Best Wishes

  1. Electronic Cards & Digital Messages: Wishing someone a happy birthday by social media, email, or text message has become customary in today’s digital world. Write a sincere letter wishing the infant and their family all the happiness and blessings you can provide. Sending digital artwork or bespoke e-cards may lend a unique touch to your well-wishes.
  2. Virtual Celebrations: Since virtual meetings are becoming more popular, you may choose to plan a virtual Aqeeqah celebration that friends and family can participate in from a distance. Using internet platforms or video chats, exchange prayers, stories, and well wishes for the baby, creating a virtual community even in places where you are physically apart.


Customized Motions

  1. Presents with Connotation: Complement your well-wishes with considerate presents that are useful and meaningful to the new baby and their family. Think about buying toys, Islamic literature, baby apparel, or educational supplies that support Islamic principles and teachings.
  2. Handwritten Notes: Handwritten notes have a classic appeal. Spend some time writing your well wishes and prayers on a lovely piece of paper or card. A handwritten message gives it a special touch and becomes a treasured memento for the family.


In conclusion, we are in awe of Aqeeqah’s ageless beauty as the sounds of the celebration fade and the aroma of blessings clings to the air. Through hushed prayers, sincere well wishes, and deeds of compassion, we have graced a newborn’s journey with love, hope, and kindness. We have created connections that are beyond place and time, bringing hearts together in a symphony of thankfulness and pleasure, all in the soft beat of tradition and invention. May the blessings given at every Aqeeqah celebration light the way forward and lead the infant and their family with unflinching grace, unbounded love, and unwavering faith along life’s journey. As we say goodbye to this historic event, let us continue to nurture and radiate the light of Aqeeqah in our hearts.